“Entire staff were very professional, they were very responsive in setting up appointments and installed furnaces/air conditioning in one day. Good job! “D.K. from Port Matilda, PA
Welcome to Goodco Mechanical! Home of the Good Guys!
Goodco Mechanical Inc., founded in 2008 by owner and president Scott Good, is the premier Commercial and Residential Mechanical Contractor in Central Pennsylvania. With nearly 33 years of experience, Scott Good has greatly expanded his successful business across the Centre Region and surrounding counties to offer the services of Goodco to his loyal customers. In June of 2017, Goodco purchased Bovard Inc of Blair County from 3rd generation owner Jim Bovard. Bovard Heating & Cooling will continue to provide the same quality, customer service it has for the past 57 years. We look forward to many successful years partnering with our customers throughout Central Pennsylvania handling all of their HVAC and plumbing needs.
As one of the fastest growing businesses in State College and Altoona, Goodco offers a wide range of services including:
- Residential and Commercial HVAC and Plumbing
- Installation of automatic temperature control systems
At Goodco, our Mission Statement is “Make the customer’s experience so positive that they have no choice but to use us again and again.”
With a degree in Architectural Engineering from the Penn State University, Scott’s career began at one of the largest mechanical contracting businesses in the Washington, DC area. From there on, Scott worked for various contracting companies before deciding to start his own business in 2008. Now, Goodco Mechanical is one of the fastest growing businesses in State College, servicing residential and commercial clients, including Penn State University. Scott’s passion for his work is visible through his great focus on customer satisfaction, and loyalty to his staff and customers.
“You have my personal guarantee to provide what we promise!” -Scott Good
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