Jean Jackson was in a bind, and a potentially deadly one at that. The 94-year-old woman lives in a trailer in Las Vegas, which was cooled by two small window air conditioners. At the height of summer, both units finally gave out. There was no way to replace them, as those air conditioners are so old they are no longer made. Not only that, but her trailer was in desperate need of rewiring, an expensive undertaking for someone living on social security. For the elderly, living without air conditioning during the hottest months of the year can be dangerous.
Enter Goettl Air Conditioning and its sister company, The Sunny Plumber. They came to Jackson’s trailer and set up a system to cool the entire trailer in the summer, and keep it warm in the winter. The trailer’s water line was also fixed.
“I think it’s incumbent on all businesspeople to look after their community, and to give back to people who are less fortunate,” said Ken Goodrich, Goettl’s owner. Your text to link…
Goettl Air Conditioning was established in 1939 and moved the business to Las Vegas in 1968. The company also provides service to Arizona residents in the Phoenix and Tucson areas. Its expert technicians can repair and install a variety of AC systems. In addition, Goettl offers regular maintenance of air conditioners.
Goettl offers many different kinds of AC systems. These include packaged air conditioners, ductless mini split air conditioners, duel fuel ACs, and swamp coolers. Along cooling homes and businesses, Goettl’s technicians can also install systems designed to heat homes, improve indoor air quality, and promote energy efficiency.