They always say that if someone is going to do something, it is important to do it right. If someone is not going to do something right, why should they do it in the first place? When it comes to Ken Goodrich and Goettl Air Conditioning, they are always doing things right and they are always going the extra mile. If by some chance, they make a mistake, which is next to never, they are quick to respond to it and fix the issue at no cost to the customer. They are truly committed to customer satisfaction. That is how a company stays in business for almost eight decades.
It starts at the top with Ken Goodrich, a man with a high moral fiber and a man that is tremendous at doing business. He was born for this job and he was born to be a businessman. He takes pride in a job well done. It also carries on to his employees. When he hires employees, he not only looks for great workers, as those can be easy to find, but he also looks for great people. He wants people that share the same beliefs, ideals, and morals that he has. That way, he knows when he sends someone out for a job, they are going to do it properly and to the best of their abilities.
On their website, they talk about some of the great things they do for their customers. One thing that a lot of people might overlook or forget to do is maintaining their air conditioner. They figure it is working and everything is great, so there is no need to do anything about it. However, it is much like a car. It needs to be looked at, taken care of, and given the proper time and attention.
Speaking of the proper time and attention, Ken Goodrich and his companies Goettl Air Conditioning along with the Sunny Plumber recently helped out a man in his 70’s that is a widow and is suffering from a whole host of problems in his home. Everyone loves their home and wants to stay at their home as long as possible. However, living in Las Vegas, he was dealing with temperatures that were over 120 degrees in his home. However, he was unable to repair them. That is where Ken and his team stepped up and made this man’s house livable again for him.
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