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Goettl Expands in An Ethical Way

The Goettl Air Conditioning brand has played a major role in the development of the HVAC industry across the world from its original base in Phoenix, Arizona; the brand has always been at the forefront of HVAC development and as it celebrates its 78th birthday the historic brand can be assured its development looks set to continue with a major expansion planned into Las Vegas. PR Newswire explains the arrival of Adam and Gust Goettl in Arizona in the 1930s saw a shift in the living habits of the residents of the state as people were no longer forced to relocate throughout the hot Summer months.

In 2013, Ken Goodrich became the CEO and owner of Goettl as he made the brand his 16th purchase as a company owner that has since seen the brand become the focus of his business empire. The history of the Goettl brand has become a major part of the work completed by Ken Goodrich as he understands the brand has a long history of success that leads back to the more than 100 patents once held by Goettl in the HVAC industry they helped develop on a global scale with units still seen as some of the most important ever produced.

The Goettl Air Conditioning brand was founded by Adam and Gust Goettl on February 14 1939 in an area of the U.S. that was largely uninhabitable throughout the Summer months and saw the development of many of the top innovations in HVAC design of the 20th century. The company has remained well known and respected for the quality of its units and the customer service of its technicians.

Ken Goodrich has already gained a large level of experience in the HVAC and plumbing industries after spending much of his entrepreneurial career developing a number of impressive brands in this industrial sector. Looking back at the history of the Goettl brand and his own history that is linked to working on the brand gives Ken Goodrich a successful blueprint for making the brand a major success across the southwest and beyond.


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