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Stout Heating and Air Conditioning is a locally owned and operated company specializing in residential and commercial HVAC systems since 1984.

Our friendly, experienced and dedicated staff is always ready to serve you.

We offer air conditioning repair, HVAC installation, heating and air service, and much more, with preferential service for Priority Maintenance Customers. And we keep a complete equipment history for every customer.

Take it from us. Your comfort is guaranteed.

We are honored to have received the 2018 Rowan County Gold People’s Choice Award from The Salisbury Post!


Zone Control System Repair in Salisbury, NC 28146

“Very professional and knowledgeable. Have used this company previously and excellent results.”
- John N.

Air Conditioner Maintenance in Salisbury, NC 28144

“Have been with Stout for 5 years. They have never disappointed. GREAT company and customer services.”

- Sandra P.

Heat Pump Maintenance in North Carolina, NC 28025

“I’d just like to say it is always a pleasure to have Richard come to do annual maintenance (and any repairs that might be needed) on both of our heat pumps. He is thorough, professional and always on time. Keep up the good work!”

- Bruce W.
Trane AC
Trane AC

We Service All Brands

We service all brands.
Air scrubber plus.

The Air Scrubber from Aerus

The Air Scrubber Plus by Aerus substantially reduces odors, visible
smoke in the air, and microbial populations on surfaces*, utilizing the
patent pending ActivePure® Technology.

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Father helping daughter learn to walk at home, side view.

How Can Your HVAC Equipment Help Protect Against Coronavirus?

We take great pride in selling indoor air quality products to Salisbury homes and businesses that are energy efficient, environmentally friendly—and extremely effective when it comes to improving your indoor air quality.

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Cartoon woman with a bad look on her face due to an odor.

Why Does My Furnace Smell Like Gas When I Turn it ON?

You turn on your furnace, and you smell gas. What should you do?

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