Las Vegas doesn’t get cold too much, but when it does it can be pretty tough for those who can’t afford to heat their homes. That was a dilemma facing the Stephenson family who were going through some very difficult financial times this last year, and Mrs. Stephenson even said the children had been sleeping in the main living room of the home because their rooms were just too cold for them. But someone told one of the area’s top HVAC companies, Goettl Air Conditioning about the Stephenson’s needs, and they came to the home and gave them a gift of a new zone-controlled heating system. Goettl said they were very happy to help the Stephensons because they said it was what their company was about, and it seemed like the right thing to do.
Goettl Air Conditioning not only heats homes in the short winter months, indeed, they keep homes cool when the heat of Arizona, California and Nevada strikes at its worst. Goettl specializes in many air conditioner types from central air systems to heat pumps and ductless mini-split systems. They have mastered the design and structuring of air conditioning systems based on home size, air conditioner rating and being environmentally-friendly. Their service trucks visit homes around the clock, and many customers have reviewed Goettl highly for their speed and efficiency.
Goettl Air Conditioning originated around 1926 when Adam and Gust Goettl were looking to establish a new business venture due to the Great Depression hitting hard. After relocating from the Midwest to Arizona, they officially started their family-owned company in 1939. The main Goettl Air Conditioning company is now owned by Ken Goodrich, but there are still members of the Goettl family who run its subsidiary, Goettl’s High Desert Mechanical company. Goettl is also affiliated with Air Conditioning Contractors of America. Follow Goettl on Twitter.