For many older people, they feel very alone and as if they have no one in their corner. They might be widowed and they might have children or grandchildren that live out of state. They feel as if they have no one to turn to and they are stuck with trying to figure something out all by themselves and they either don’t have the money or they don’t know where to start. It can be incredibly sad and heartbreaking, especially when reading a story like this on ACHR News. However, like all good stories, this one has a happy ending because Ken Goodrich, Goettl Air Conditioning, The Sunny Plumber, and Ken’s Son’s Bishop Gorman football teammates all helped out this man.
This man, after all, was taking showers outside. His house had gotten to the point where it was almost beyond repair. He was living in 127 degree weather. It was bleak and it was starting to look hopeless. Ken Goodrich heard about this and actually did something about it. He is hands-on and many of his men and his son and his teammates not only came out and provided their time and their effort, they also did it all for free. This is a job that would have cost $8,000 dollars. For a man on a fixed income, that would have been next to impossible and no one wants to even think what would have happened to him or where he would had to move to.
That is why so many people in the Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tuscon areas only rely on one company and that is Goettl Air Conditioning. They know they are giving their money and their business to a truly kind man with a heart and he is also keeping them cool throughout the year with repairs, maintenance, and installations. They can truly do it all and most of all, they are honest about what needs to be done.
They are not looking to rip customers off or pull the wool over their eyes. They want them to feel as though they are getting it straight from the horse’s mouth and there is no foul play involved. They also explain things in a way that makes it easy for them to understand what they are paying for and why they are paying for it. Here is to hoping that more stories like the one mentioned above end up with happy endings.
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