You may have lost faith in Goettl Air Conditioning back in 2012, but let me assure you that you can trust and count on them again. A lot has been done to repair the damage caused by the previous owners and the people who were in charge. Ken Goodrich purchased Goettl Air Conditioning in December 2012, at the time, the company lacked vision and was headed the wrong direction. Since purchasing the company, Goodrich has dedicated his time to fix the company’s image.
In just 18 months, Goodrich has the company back on track. In 2014, the company earned $20 million in revenue, a big increase from the $11 million the company earned in 2012. Mr. Goodrich brought excitement back into the company and fired all the employees that were not pushing towards the company’s vision. For a company to function, you need a dedicated team pushing towards the same direction – realizing the organization’s goal.
Goettl Air Conditioning has regained its place among the top providers of HVAC services. The company has earned their lost trust once again as many people are seeking for their superior services. Mr. Goodrich says that it was not an easy process regaining the public’s trust. Even though customer service is a lost art, Goodrich has made it a top priority. They add an individual touch to their business, something that lacks in most businesses.
Goettl Air Conditioning and The Sunny Plumber donates $14,000 of work to a woman in Las Vegas
Jean Jackson, a 94-year-old Las Vegan woman, has so much to be thankful for. Jackson had been relying on two small window air conditioners to keep her one bedroom trailer cool. This can be devastating especially during summer. Her troubles began when they wore out.
Her air conditioners were sold old and could not be replaced as they are not manufactured anymore. Even worse, her home required rewiring to support a newer HVAC system. Jackson was living off Social Security and could not afford to put in a new system.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, older adults can’t adjust easily to changes in temperatures like young people. They are predisposed to developing chronic medical conditions that alter normal body responses to heat. When Jackson’s air conditioning system died, paramedics recommended she move to a nursing home as she was at a risk of developing heatstroke.
To her aid, Goettl Air Conditioning and The Sunny Plumber, reached out to her through the Clark County Social Service Department. They fixed Jackson’s water line and also installed a custom mini-split unit that will cool her house during summer and keep it warm in the winter.