"Your service technicians arrive on time, clean up when they’re finished, and that they take the time to explain the work that was performed."
Wanda H.
Laconia, NH

Complete Commercial HVAC Services Central New Hampshire

commercial_placeholder.pngThe best heating and cooling company in Central New Hampshire is also the best commercial HVAC company in Central New Hampshire!

Manufacturers, farms, warehouses, multi-family buildings, schools, houses of worship, hospitals and businesses of all sizes trust Stafford Oil & Propane for their commercial heating and air conditioning systems.

Stafford Oil & Propane works with general contractors for new and existing properties to design, purchase, install and maintain complete HVAC systems. Our expert recommendations and buying power can often result in savings on initial installation costs as well as standard maintenance and repairs, and new high efficiency equipment can deliver substantial reductions to the property’s energy expenses.

We understand that your business needs to continue operating while undergoing HVAC repairs or installations, and do everything in our power to keep disruptions to a minimum. Our professional, manufacturer-certified technicians work quietly and discreetly, so your commercial heating or air conditioning system is installed, updated or serviced with as few interruptions to your operations as possible.

Stafford Oil & Propane is proud to provide high-quality bulk heating oil, fuels and lubricants at wholesale prices.

For new HVAC installations, updates to heating or cooling units, or annual maintenance and mechanical services for commercial buildings in Belknap Counties or neighboring towns in Grafton, Strafford and Merrimack, call or contact Stafford Oil & Propane and ask to speak with our commercial services manager.

"I want to thank you and all of your staff and delivery people for all the help and kindness you’ve shown us thru the years we have been dealing with you. You are a credit to the business world and community. My pleasure to write this note."
Richard M.
Gilford, NH