When one visits the Goettl Air Conditioning website, it is hard not to be impressed by what they have put on their and some of the positive things that one reads. They are currently serving the Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson areas, and they have been doing so since 1939. That is almost eighty years of business. That is something to be proud of, as that does happen every day. Right now, Ken Goodrich is doing a standup job as the owner of Goettl Air Conditioning and The Sunny Plumber. He offers many various services to his customers and he also makes sure his employees provide the best customer service job possible.
He only hires employees that know the job very well and come ready to work. They have to be able to interact with the customer and explain things to them in a way that makes sense. A lot of times, the job can be confusing. He likes Goettl employees to be upfront and honest right from the get-go, so the clients know what they are getting involved in, what to expect when it comes to price, and how the job will be done. They do everything from repairs and check-ups to even putting in a new machine if that is necessary.
There was another great story to come out when it comes to Ken Goodrich and Goettl Air Conditioning, and they seem to have been making the news for the right reasons. A lot of people say there is no such thing as bad press, but this is great press and it shows the customers what kind of company and people they are dealing with when they with work with Goettl Air Conditioning. A man in his 70’s that was recently widowed has been going through a tough time with a broken AC, having to shower outside, and having a whole host of plumbing issues.
The job to fix all of the repairs so the man could stay his house were $8,000. Ken Goodrich’s companies Goettl Air Conditioning and The Sunny Plummer worked with four of Bishop Gorman football teammates and one of them was Ken Goodrich’s son, Duncan, which shows you that goodness runs in the family. They used their time, money, and effort to help this man. This is not the first time they have done something like this and it will certainly not be the last with Ken Goodrich in charge.