Ken Goodrich, the owner of Goettl Air Conditioning, has embarked on a journey to make the company a nationwide brand. Recently, the company acquired a family-owned HVAC company based in Southern California, Walton’s Heating and Air. Although the acquisition was completed two years ago, Ken Goodrich held off announcing the success of the deal officially. This is because they were dealing with operational issues within Walton’s and finalizing on marketing agreements. Ken Goodrich, a shrewd entrepreneur, was patient to handle all the issues due to the value that Walton’s was offering them. The owner of Walton’s, Todd Longbrake, said that Goettl Air Conditioning came to their rescue because they had been stagnating for a while. In the new arrangement, Todd was retained to serve as the field supervisor and marketing manager. Mr. Goodrich said that Walton’s would strengthen their capability to serve their new customers in Southern California. He added that the acquired company would offer them a platform to achieve their continued business growth. This information was originally mentioned on reviewbuzz.com.
Goettl Air Conditioning is an HVAC company operating in Phoenix, Las Vegas, Tucson, and Southern California areas. The company offers exceptional solutions, including air conditioning, heating, repair, commercial HVAC and indoor air quality services. They also partner with The Sunny Plumber to offer plumbing and drain services. Since its establishment in 1939, Goettl has maintained its record of offering quality AC and heating products with a full range of services like maintenance and replacement. Being driven by the mission to offer their clients with conducive home environments, they focus on installing the right sized AC that match the customer’s cost. They also recommend the appropriate combination of air cleaners and humidifiers to their clients. To ensure safety of their clients’ properties, they thoroughly vet their employees’ and train them efficiently.
Ken Goodrich has extensive experience in the heating and air conditioning field. At the age of 10, he started helping his father in their family-owned air-conditioning company in Las Vegas. According to AZ Central, before acquiring Goettl at the age of 25, Ken had gained adequate knowledge in purchasing, repairing and selling distressed businesses. When he acquired Goettl, it was in a poor state. However, he was determined to revive the company due to its great potential. The company’s public perception had been ruined, but Goodrich took time to mend each problem professionally to ensure that it runs as a going concern and maintains its reputation. He has successfully led the company to its current leadership position in the highly competitive industry.
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