Goettle Air Conditioning Growing In The Las Vegas Area With Buyout Of Moore Air Conditioning

Goettl Air Conditioning is one of the most well-known air conditioning service and manufacturing companies in the Phoenix and Tucson areas of Arizona, but they also service the greater Las Vegas area as well. Recently, they acquired Moore Air Conditioning, a company that has serviced the Las Vegas area for over 50 years. Ken Goodrich, Goettl’s CEO is excited about the acquisition not only because it adds even more experts to their service team, but also will offer more jobs to people entering the HVAC field. Moore Air Conditioning CEO Bill Moore is also pleased with the acquisition and looks forward to working with Goodrich to service the area.

Goettl Air Conditioning was founded back in 1939 by the Goettl brothers Adam and Gust, and has been a major HVAC service company in Arizona for over 70 years. Goettl has vetted and hired some of the best trained and most knowledgeable technicians in the area, and has received a great reputation for their prompt and around the clock service. The services they offer range from air conditioning and heating unit installation and duct work, air conditioner repair, and replacement and restructuring. Goettl also has been commended for their environmentally safe practices, and energy efficiency achievements.

Goettl has designed systems that are built to accommodate homes of various sizes, instead of simply trying to install the largest unit in each home. Goettl also installs units that maintain clean and healthy air for humans and animals, and are always on call for maintenance services to check on filters and to make sure all units are running smoothly. Goettl services both residential and commercial buildings and can be easily reached whenever there’s a problem.

Goettl doesn’t just care about making profits, they are active in the community looking to serve where they can. At one time, they even repaired an elderly man’s air conditioning unit for free when he was unable to afford repairs. They’ve also given back to local charities and sponsored HVAC technician scholarship programs for veterans entering the workforce.