When it gets hot out, you want to make sure your air conditioner is working completely so you can turn it up and cool your home immediately. But you want to make sure it’s always ready to go when those hot days come, and that requires a little bit of care for it on your part so that it has a long life and requires less repair work done. So that’s why Goettl Air Conditioning is telling Arizona, Nevada and Southern California residents what they should do to keep their homes cooled.
First, Goettl says you want to make sure your air conditioner is not doing any more work than it needs to, and one way you can make sure of that is to have your home insulated to make sure no warm air is leaking in. They also say you should place the thermostat in a location where it will stay cool, and you should keep it turned to a moderate temperature so that the air conditioner doesn’t come on too often. Goettl helps customers save more money by installing Energy STAR rated units and making sure they are sized correctly for the home. They also have zone-controlled heating systems for the colder winters.
Goettl Air Conditioning is headquartered in Tempe, AZ and has most frequently served Phoenix and Tucson customers, but they have begun to operate more in the Las Vegas area and also recently bought out a Southern California HVAC company. Goettl was founded in the 1930s by Adam and Gust Goettl, and it was most recently acquired by Ken Goodrich who helped turn around its finances and allowed it to return its manufacturing operations and add more skilled technicians to its team. Goettl often teams up with the Sunny Plumber when they are called to customer homes. You can visit their Facebook page