The Goettl Air Conditioning brand has recently been building close links to the communities the company serves across Nevada and Arizona, which has included a growing presence in Arizona for the company in terms of its community based donations. Alongside partner The Sunny Plumber, Goettl came to the front of the attempts to protect the homeless and those in need during the burning hot summer in Phoenix, Arizona for the third year on the run. Contractor reports Goettl and The Sunny Plumber donated 10,000 bottles of water to the Phoenix Rescue Mission to help them complete their role as the main hydration center for the city.
Goettl has been at the heart of the attempts of the Phoenix Rescue Mission since 2014 and has been one of the major donors of bottled water each Summer when temperatures can reach 115F. The homeless are reported to be at major risk of being harmed by the scorching temperatures seen in Phoenix that are thought to cause more than 2,000 people per year to be hospitalized through dehydration; Ken Goodrich is committed to ensuring the Goettl brand becomes an integral part of the local community in terms of providing the highest quality HVAC and plumbing services and assisting with major charitable donations throughout the company’s service area.
Not only does the Goettl brand look to develop its charitable contributions across Arizona and Nevada, the company is also looking to use its success to aid those who wish to become the next generation of HVAC professionals; Ken Goodrich has developed a close working relationship with the College of Southern Nevada where an HVAC legacy and military veteran are rewarded with a financial scholarship each year.
Ken Goodrich has a long history of working with Goettl brand HVAC units after spending a large amount of his childhood assisting his father on repair and service calls that would include those completed on Goettl brand units. The return of Goettl to Las Vegas has come after the company left Nevada in 2007 to focus on its business in Arizona before Ken Goodrich took ownership of the brand he believes has a spiritual home in Las Vegas.