Goettl’s High Desert Mechanical is a company that specializes in heating and cooling. Located in Camp Verde, Arizona, their primary energy source is geothermal heat using heat pumps. The geothermal heat pump both absorbs heat to project warmth into the home and rejects heat to generate cooler temperatures.
Keeping your HVAC system maintained in good condition insures that when you need heat it will generate heat and when you need to cool down, it cools the area sufficiently. By replacing your filter every 90 days and making sure there are not refrigerant leaks in the lines, your AC will work optimally. By keeping at least two feet of space between the HVAC unit or the AC and any plant growth, the system will have less debris interfering with its mechanical functions. To improve the cooling effect of your AC, try adding a ceiling fan. It is very effective in circulating the cool air without increasing the energy bills drastically.
There are many ways to save money on energy consumption. One of the smartest ways is to trade your manual thermostat for a programmable one. Instead, of keeping your home one temperature all day long, even when no one is there to enjoy it, set the temperature higher when you leave the house and program it to be cooler when someone is at home.
Another way to keep a cool home is to consider how sitting in the hot sun is affecting your cooling unit. If it’s hot when it starts pumping out cooler air, it will take a while before the air cools down. Instead, keep you cooling unit under shade with trees or bushes that are planted to allow at least two feet of vacant space between them and the unit.
Goettl’s was started in 1926 in Mansfield, Ohio by three brothers, Adam, John and Bill Goettl. They moved to Phoenix, Arizona and began filing for patents on evaporative cooling systems. Eventually, their business in Arizona grew and they relocated to central Arizona at Camp Verde. They are Arizona’s most trusted company working with both residential and commercial cooling and heating systems. Visit the Goettl Facebook page.