Goettl Air Conditioning Company Dominance in the Air Conditioning Market Takes Shape

In the recent past, Goettl Air Conditioning Company has been acquiring other air conditioning companies, with an objective of expanding their operations in Las Vegas. The latest companies to merge with Goettl are Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air. These companies were acquired early this year. With these acquisitions, Goettl now stands as the largest player in the Las Vegas air conditioning market. The employees from the two companies were absorbed by Goettl, with the few who commented expressing optimism that the merger would bring mutual benefits for all. Goettl inherited clients from residential houses and rental homes from Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air respectively. Other companies that have merged with Goettl include, among others, Desert Valley Mechanical and The Sunny Plumber.

Merger Benefits

The merger will bring along some unprecedented gains for all the three companies regarding diversification of both skills and services offered. Paradise Air and Las Vegas Air, for example, could only offer HVAC services before the merger since they lacked the necessary equipment and skill to offer plumbing services. With the merger, the two companies will now get the equipment from Goettl. On the other hand, Goettl will now extend their services to the commercial sector. The merger came at a time when the Goettl Las Vegas branch was gaining momentum after reopening mid last year.

About Goettl

Goettl Air Conditioning was established in Phoenix, Arizona about 77 years ago by three Goettl brothers: Adam, John, and Bill. The company specializes in offering HVAC management and installation services as well as selling and repairing air conditioners and heating furnaces. The company is headquartered in Las Vegas and has about 200 employees.

Goettl is also involved in charitable works as a company. The company recently donated tools worth over $100 million to the College of Southern Nevada. Goettl also donates free air conditioners to schools.