Today, Goettl Good Guys Air Conditioning Repair Services is a growing and profitable business, but it wasn’t always so according to PR Newswire.
Ken Goodrich, now owner of Goettl bought the company when it was in deplorable conditions back in December of 2012. The company had no idea where its future was. Employees lacked confidence in the company and competitors threatened legal action against them.
Today, almost 3 years later, Goettl is on trach and earning more than $20 million in revenue. Goodrich states that he had a hard time with this company. It was different from the other HVAC companies he had bought and sold.
Goettl Building off Rock-solid Foundation
The Re-beginnings of Goettle
The company needed restructuring and it all started with a vision for everyone. The purpose was to get employees and customers excited about doing business. The point was to deal with the criticism and answer the comments.
Gaining a Reputation
The arrival of Goodrich let to some restructuring of the management team and employees. Today Goettle HVAC repair service has almost 100 employees and a fleet of more than 58 vehicles. Goodrich returned to completed installations and performed inspections to correct mistakes.
Today Goettle uses new installation methods that make a real difference. There are stringent quality control processes. And it is the caring for quality that makes the company a remarkable one. The new methods have transformed morale and customers have regained faith in the services. Goettle is quickly becoming the Go-To company when it comes to HVAC service and repair.
“Goettl has overhauled all service and management areas. The biggest issue of the changeover was getting people to adapt to the changes,” says former owner Dan Burke, who was retained to help stabilize the company.