You all know Goettl by now right? That’s the company that owns Sunny Plumber, well-known for its catchy commercial song jingle on local radio. Goettl has even followed that jingle ad with possibly even more annoying ‘regular guy’ radio commercials that have followed. But don’t let their sense of humor fool you. Goettl is a fast-growing HVAC company that has recently announced an expansion into Las Vegas.
Named the “Best HVAC” company by Arizona Foothills magazine readers in its “Best of Our Valley 2017“, Goettl has long made its presence known in the Phoenix market. And now it’s moving to Las Vegas, where the company has closed on a new 53,000 sq. ft. building to become a new corporate headquarters and state-of-the-art technician training center.
Scheduled to open in January 2018, the new Goettl facility will have 120 employees there, as well as Goettl University, a premium hands-on training center for HVAC technicians. CEO Dave Goodrich said “Our new building will add to the vibrancy and success of the region’s economy creating on-going job growth.”
Without Gust and Adam Goettl, Phoenix might not have had air conditioning as early as it did. In 1939, the Goettl brothers developed the earliest evaporative cooler and refrigerated AC unit in the Phoenix area. This development was essential to living in the severe desert heat and helped to launch Phoenix as a livable habitat for (later) millions of residents. Since then, Goettl has built up its brand and presence in the Phoenix market.
Since buying the company in 2015, Goodrich has expanded Goettl operations to Phoenix, Tucson, Southern California and Las Vegas. In these markets, Goettl technicians do more than just service air conditioners. They are professionals who understand the entire heating and cooling system of your home, and can manage the operations of a home’s full HVAC system.
Through this hard work, Goettl has grown quickly in recent years. The company foresees additional expansion throughout the U.S. in 2018. Learn more about Goettl’s efforts in the community in recent years in the video clip below.