On May 18, 2012, Ganzenmuller, doing business as “Assured Air Conditioning,” entered into a contract with an East Meadow couple. Ganzenmuller was paid $7,800 as a down payment to provide interior and exterior air conditioning units, and other work on their home. Ganzenmuller cashed the check, laid some duct work in the home, but did not provide any of the air conditioning units he had been paid for.
Ganzenmuller, doing business as “Assured Air Conditioning,” entered into a contract on May 25, 2012 with an East Rockaway homeowner. He was paid $5,400 as a down payment on the contract to provide indoor and outdoor cooling units, and other work. After receiving the money, he did no work, and provided no materials.
According to the Nassau County Office of Consumer Affairs, neither Ganzenmuller nor his companies had a valid Home Improvement license at the time he entered into the contracts. Each victim filed a complaint to DCA, which referred the cases to DA Rice’s office for further investigation.
Assistant District Attorney Edward Bradley of DA Rice’s Government and Consumer Frauds Bureau is prosecuting the case. Ganzenmuller is represented by Legal Aid Society.