LAS VEGAS — Ken Goodrich, owner of Goettl Air Conditioning, announced that the company has returned to Las Vegas, opening a new office in the city to service the greater Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada, areas to offer HVAC maintenance, repair, and replacement.

With the arrival of the Goettl brand, new jobs will emerge in the area for local HVAC technicians.

“We plan on hiring 50 new employees in 2016 and expanding to 250 new jobs within the next three years,” said Goodrich, CEO of Goettl. He continued saying, “One of our main initiatives is to hire veterans as well. We really are focused not just on creating jobs, but on creating successful careers. Education and training matter as much as hiring.”

Goettl Air Conditioning was established in 1939. In 2013, Goodrich purchased the brand.

“I grew up in Las Vegas and also was trained by my father, Duncan Goodrich, on a Goettl machine,” said Goodrich. “This was an opportunity to honor dad and continue creating careers in a field that I am very passionate about.”

For more information about Goettl and its new Las Vegas office, visit

Publication date: 6/9/2016

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