Goettl is a company that specializes in air conditioning and providing some of the highest quality services such as installing as well as quality checks through the routine of taking pictures as well as constantly checking up on the function of the installment. Within the last five years, Goettl has undergone a large turnaround thanks to Ken Goodrich, an entrepreneur who purchased this company as it was slowly becoming less and less competitive. Goettl now offers some of the best quality services and is continuously growing the companies revenue. Within just two years of being involved within the company, Goettl profited double the initial amount.
In recent news, Goettl has proven to be a company that is not only a business, but is also a business that is dedicated to the community. In recent news, Goettl along with its sister plumbing company played the roles as the knights in shining armor who rescued Jean Jackson from the heat. This 94 year old woman currently resides in Las Vegas and has called her small home her home for over 33 years. With the heat of Nevada, Ms. Jackson has only had the comfort of two AC units in her home up until they both suddenly stopped working and exposed Ms. Jackson to the horrendous heat. As stated by many safety organizations, full exposure to the heat is especially dangerous among elderly individuals.
Though Jean Jackson needed a new system for her home, her social security that she has been collecting did not allow her room to make this necessary purchase that would prevent full exposure to the dangerous heat. After hearing this, the Goettl Air Conditioning company teamed up with a plumbing company that is also owned by Ken Goodrich in order to provide a free service that has proven them to be heroes in the eyes of Jean Jackson.
The plumbing company offered a free service of fixing the water pipes within Ms. Jackson’s home while Goettl added a brand new system to her home that would provide fresh and cool air to her stifling hot home. The total worth of all the services that were provided to this individual rounded to be $14,000 that were all on the house on behalf of these two companies.