Goettl Air Conditioning was started in 1939 by the Goettle brothers. The primary function of the firm was to assist in regulating the severe climate in the southwest, and it was based in Phoenix. In 2003, the company relocated to Tempe, and it has been offering high-quality air conditioner installation and maintenance services. It has competent technicians who deliver solutions that are beyond the expectations of the clients. They offer comprehensive residential and commercial air conditioning solutions in Phoenix and other areas. These services include heat pumps, humidifiers, air cleaners, ductless mini splits, radiant heating units, central air units, furnaces, and UV germicidal lights. The company also provides 24/7 repair response to its customers, and its services guarantee 100 percent satisfaction.
The Goettle Air Conditioning Company was recently acquired by ARS/Rescue Rooter, which an air conditioning and plumbing firm that is based in Memphis. ARS/Rescue Rooter offers various services, which are managed locally in different units that are base in 25 states and the District of Columbia. The company is a branch of the American Residential Services LLC, which is also headquartered in Memphis. ARS plans to uphold the reputable Goettl brand and its administration team who were its proprietors. The staff of the company will be retained, and they will be headed by Dan Burke, who formerly served as its president.
American Residential Services LLC has various units that operate in the Tucson and Phoenix regions. However, it plans to increase its presence in the area through Goettl Air Conditioning’s acquisition. According to Mr. Ken Goodrich, who is the vice president of the ARS/Rescue Rooter southwest unit, Goettl’s staff will offer new elements of engineering and vision in the sector. The company appreciates their presence at ARS/Rescue Rooter, and they anticipate to expand their market in Arizona.
ARS acquired four firms, which are located in different states in the past year. The administration of the company is currently trying to revive the production of various air conditioning equipment for the Goettl brand. John Ryan, who is the vice president of Goettl, said that the company stopped the manufacturing business about 15 months ago due to the stiff competition from imported products. The firm has been selling goods from other manufacturers. The ARS marketing director, Elizabeth Young, believes that the company intends to restart the production of the Goettl’s products for it to take advantage of the well-recognized brand.