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Goettl Air Conditioning announced a merged with two other HVAC companies, Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air. The merger expands Goettl by 20 employees and 15 trucks. Las Vegas Air primarily serves residential customers. Paradise Air brings with it a foothold in the condo, townhome and rental markets. Las Vegas Air and Paradise Air bring a sizable portfolio with them that will help increase the company’s market share in Arizona.


Goettl owner Ken Goodrich said that the merger brings together two family-run businesses that should complement one another. Goodrich stated that the company’s mission to provide quality service with integrity would be furthered by the merger and would act as a boon for its customers in the Las Vegas Valley.


Stephen Gamst, of Las Vegas Air, stated the merger with Goettl allowed for synergies and cost savings that benefited Las Vegas Air’s employees. Goodrich and Gamst have a long association. Gamst remembered Goodrich and his father coming into a local parts, while Gamst was shopping with his own father. Gamst said that both men grew up around the family businesses and had HVAC in their DNA.


Goettl Air Conditioning was founded in Arizona in 1939. Goodrich bought the company in 2013 and moved the business to Las Vegas in 2016. Through a series of mergers, Goettl has recorded 500 percent growth since 2015. Goettl also bought The Sunny Plumber to expand their service offering to customers. The new Goettl has been able to expand from residential services to light commercial, including multi-family residences and strip malls.


Goettl Air Conditioning provides professional HVAC services for both residential and commercial customers, offering expertise in heating and cooling systems, air cleaners and humidifiers, and geothermal technology.


Goettl’s Central and Northern Arizona offices and mobile vehicles provide heating and cooling services and geothermal heating and cooling solutions to customers throughout Arizona. They offer in-home evaluations to determine the best heating and cooling systems for each homeowner.