The HVAC company, Goettl Air Conditioning is continuing its expansion in the Las Vegas metro area with two new acquisitions. The latest companies to be acquired by Goettl include Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air. With these two new acquisitions, Goettl has gained 20 new employees and an even stronger grip on the residential HVAC market of Las Vegas.
Goettl also states that it plans to acquire even more HVAC companies in the future. The two recent acquisitions are also not the first companies the firm has already acquired in the Las Vegas region. Paradise Air serviced mostly rental homes in the Las Vegas area. Goettl will now be taking over the clients and rental home base of Paradise Air. Las Vegas Air mostly serviced residential homes, and their client base will now be added to Goettl’s.
The manager of Las Vegas Air, Stephen Gamst, says that he looks forward to working with Ken Goodrich of Goettl Air Conditioning. He states that he has known Mr. Goodrich for many years and that he has no doubt that Las Vegas Air customers and employees are in good hands. Gamst also said that the merger will be beneficial for his employees and the local market. One of these benefits includes now being able to offer plumbing services in addition HVAC installation and repair. Goettl Air Conditioning recently acquired the Sunny Plumber, a major plumbing company with a presence in the Las Vegas area.
Goettl is now also going to serve the commercial sector thanks to the recent acquisition of other HVAC companies such as Las Vegas Air and Paradise air. The company will now begin to service multi-family units and strip malls that were serviced by the firms it has acquired. After leaving in 2008, due to the economic downfall, Goettl is now back and is stronger than ever in its presence in the Las Vegas market.