Goettl Air Conditioning Says What Must Be Done To Keep Your Home Cool

A cool home during the hot times of year doesn’t have to be expensive if you’ve taken the necessary steps to maintain your air conditioner and follow advice for saving on energy. Goettl Air Conditioning offers such advice, and they’re trusted because they’ve repaired and installed residential and commercial air conditioners for nearly 80 years. Goettl (goettlshdm.com) recommends buying and installing new air conditioning systems if you have a very old system, because older models are far less effective and will usually tax your power bill high. But you can do more around your home to assist your air conditioner as well.

In order to make sure your air conditioner doesn’t have to cool your home down more than necessary, you should have heat insulation installed throughout your home and even special film covers on your windows to absorb and prevent less heat from coming through, reveals glassdoor.com. Goettl also says you should have your ducts cleaned out once in a while, and you should also have your outdoor condenser placed where it won’t be exposed to too much sun, but also where debris won’t gather. And if you don’t subscribe to a maintenance plan for your unit, you should consider doing so.

Goettl’s story began back in the 1930s when Adam and Gust Goettl came to Phoenix, AZ from the Midwest, and the company became established as one of the premier residential HVAC service providers of the area. It was not long ago that Ken Goodrich came to be the owner that the company got real serious about going above and beyond the regular HVAC service and educating customers on how they could do more to maintain their systems. One of Goettl’s subsidiaries known as Goettl High Desert Mechanical is still run by Adam Goettl’s grandchildren. Goettl has made news several times for its generosity providing free repairs to people who didn’t have the money to do so. Visit the Goettl Facebook page.



Here’s How U.S. Money Reserve Supported Victims of Hurricane Harvey

U.S. Reserve having partnered with Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) provide relief services to victims of Hurricane Harvey. ADRN is a non-profit organization that provides relief during a crisis. U.S. Money Reserve offered to provide financial support, accommodation, transport, emotional and spiritual healing to the survivors.

The company initiated a donation drive where all donations went to ADRN and matched with YouCaring contributions to meet the needs of the survivors. U.S. Money Reserve matches YouCaring contributions to ADRN to increase the fund drive with a target of $100,000. Read more: US Money Reserve | Twitter and US Money Reserve | Built In Austin

U.S. Money Reserve got into partnership with ADRN to give back to the Houston community as Hurricane Harvey hit close to its home of U.S. Money Reserve; Texas Gulf Coast Region. As a result, some employees and clients of U.S. Money Reserve got affected.

U.S. Money Reserve founded in 2001 in Austin Texas has its headquarters in the regions and has expanded to Beaumont and Lumberton. Houston community assisted U.S. Money Reserve to establish its business in the area when the company was starting.

The heavy Hurricane Harvey rainfall that lasted for four days caused extensive damage in Texas. The rainfall which was about 40 to 65 inches caused enormous flooding in the region. Rivers overflowed, many people lost their homes and property forcing them to relocate, and some lost their lives. The more the hurricane continued, the more the situation got worse. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://chronicleweek.com/2017/10/austin-disaster-relief-network-and-u-s-money-reserve-help-survivors-of-hurricane-harvey/

The hurricane deprived survivors of necessities such as clean water and drugs. The water available was unsafe for human consumption as the rivers got contaminated with toxic chemicals, sewerage, and waste.

Although the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey is deemed to be costly and time-consuming, with a budget estimate of around $180 billion, Texas is ready to move on and rebuild the state. Federal aid and ADRN are assisting with some of the costs. Some of the survivors also provided shelter and food to fellow victims who were adversely affected.

U.S. Reserve serves as the only Gold company run by former U.S. Mint Director, Philip Diehl. The company sells certified and quality U.S. Government coins in gold, silver, and platinum. Business Consumer Alliance rates the company as AAA. With over a decade experience, U.S. Money Reserve has established client loyalty by providing high-quality services. Over 400,000 customers have expressed satisfaction with the company.

U.S. Money Reserve, founded in 2001 in Texas, is a certified seller of U.S. Government coins. Former U.S. Mint Director, Diehl runs the company. U.S. Money Reserve acted fast to support survivors of Hurricane Harvey as a way of giving back to the Houston community. Many clients have expressed satisfaction with their services.