Goettl Air Conditiioning Is Taking Care of Customers Both Old and New

Goettl Air Conditioning has been in business for over 70 years. Two Goettl brothers started the company in 1939, and they were the first company to introduce the evaporative cooler concept for air cooling as well as the first refrigerated air conditioning system.

 

Today Goettl offers installation, repair, parts, and maintenance of heating and air conditioning, HVAC for businesses, Air Quality Control, and Plumbing services for their clients. The Goettl company is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, and in Corona, California.

 

Kenneth Goodrich, the owner of Goettl, has recently merged with Las Vegas Air and Paradise air to acquire more facilities to meet the up and coming demand. The desert cities are beginning to grow and expand again, and the need for competent air conditioning is a major event already.

 

One of the features that people like about the Goettle Brand is the Goettl Maintenance Program. Over the years, Goettl has discovered that heating and air conditioning systems that are inspected and maintained on a regular basis last longer than those that are not kept in good working order.

 

The Goettl Maintenance Program is a great way for customers to take advantage of Goettl’s fine service and it only costs $12 per month. The plan includes:

 

  • Discounted pricing for installation, replacement, and repair services
  • A two-year warranty on labor and a five-year warranty on parts
  • A 48-hour emergency service where a technician is at your door within 48 hours of any emergency call
  • An annual check-up for a customer’s heating and air conditioning system

 

Customers appreciate this service because they can be assured that their units will be in good working order when the peak seasons of summer and winter come around. They know how difficult it can be to find a technician in the middle of the summer if your air conditioner breaks down.

 

Goodrich plans to add at least 100 new employees in 2017 and will have them trained at a local college in Las Vegas. He sees the need for all of those new technicians to be out in the field installing and servicing new units as the demand continues to grow. He is certainly going to be certain that the company which has worked with several generations of the same families is going to be there for the old customers as well as the new ones. The company’s honesty and reputation are at stake, and he wants it to remain intact.