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    A Wide Service Area

    When You Need Us, We’ll Be There

    Serving the Rogue Valley from the California border to Roseburg, from Brookings to Klamath Falls.

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    We Never Cut Corners

    Our Customers Deserve Better

    Top-notch service and maintenance visits with pictures and documentation.

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    Rock Solid Results

    Residential & Commercial HVAC Replacement, Repair & Maintenance

    Stone Heating and Air offers friendly, knowledgeable and trustworthy service.

Welcome to Stone
Heating and Air!

Stone Heating and Air has seen how some companies cut corners in their service and maintenance contracts. This just didn’t sit well with us, so when we saw the opportunity to provide homes and businesses with the kind of HVAC service they need and deserve, we took it, and here we are today.

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Beyond Cooling & Heating

Based on our experience, your HVAC system goes beyond simply being responsible for your comfort indoors. This is why it’s important to make sure that you invest in the best heating, cooling and ventilation solutions available to you. In Oregon, that means working with one of the top HVAC companies around: Stone Heating and Air.

What We Offer

Friendly, knowledgeable and trustworthy, Stone Heating and Air specializes in residential and commercial AC repair and maintenance, heating repair and maintenance, boilers, gas furnaces, heat pumps, whole-home comfort evaluations, home energy performance assessments, thermostats and duct sealing.

Comfort in Summer & Winter

Serving Rogue Valley from the California border to Roseburg, from Brookings to Klamath Falls, Stone Heating and Air is here to make sure you get the HVAC services you need and deserve. As one of the most trusted HVAC companies around, we take pride in ensuring our customers’ utmost satisfaction, so you can count us to provide you with quality heating and cooling services paired with unbeatable customer service.

To learn more about what we can do for your home or business, simply give us a call at (541) 855-5521. Stone Heating and Air is a proud member of the Oregon Home Builders Association.

The Best Service

You can rely on us to do the job right the first time and to provide you with first-class heating and cooling system

Honest & Fair

We will treat you honestly and fairly. We pay attention to details because it's the little thing that make the difference.

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