Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air have merged with Goettl Air Conditioning recently. Goettl has acquired more than 20 new team members because of the merger, which gives the company an even stronger presence in the residential air conditioning industry.
Goettl has also acquired other companies in addition to Las Vegas Air Paradise Air, and intends to continue expanding in the southwest region of Nevada. Goettl will take over the residential clients that once belonged to Las Vegas Air, as well as the rental homes that were previously tended to by Paradise Air.
Las Vegas Air was particularly excited to work with Goettl, and Stephen Gamst, who worked with Ken Goodrich for years, stated that he trusted Goettl and the merge. Gamst says that the partnership will bring about great things for Las Vegas Air employees and the local market.
The merger also gives these companies a chance to learn new services and skills. Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air were previously only able to provide HVAC services to clients. Now, these companies can offer plumbing skills to consumers, and Goettl will benefit by offering services to commercial clients.
Goettl Air Conditioning has been in business for more than 70 years, and was founded in 1939. The company started in Phoenix, Arizona before moving to Las Vegas. The Goettl brothers started the business, and the current Goettl team has been extensively trained to deal with the harsh weather that is often specific to the southwestern United States.
On January 10th, Geottl was recognized as the Best HVAC Company in the state of Arizona. Arizona Foothills magazine also classified Goettl Air Conditioning as the best HVAC company for 2017.