Family owned and operated since 1938, STOKLEY'S SERVICES has been working to keep the Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake and other surrounding areas of Hampton Roads, Virginia comfortable and secure with professional air conditioning and heating services. Using quality products, factory trained technicians and installers, and standing behind our work is what STOKLEY'S is all about. At STOKLEY'S SERVICES, we are proud of the fact that we use the best possible products and people in our quest to look for new ways to improve our service to the Tidewater area.
John Stokley founded STOKLEY'S SERVICES in 1938 to meet the growing need for mechanical refrigeration in the Tidewater area. The fledgling Norfolk Company quickly developed a reputation for professionalism and reliability. When WWII started, STOKLEY'S SERVICES was utilized to provide around the clock service to preserve large quantities of food for our troops in the European battlefields. John and his family even opened their home to servicemen enroute to the front. Oddly enough, John was working on the Norfolk Naval Base in 1942 when a small military air craft crashed into his house at the foot of the Hampton Blvd.
STOKLEY'S SERVICES can custom design and install a cooling and heating system designed to keep you comfortable all year round. Since 1938, STOKLEY'S has been keeping Tidewater comfortable with quality products and services. We can install any brand that we want. With our reputation in the area and within the HVAC industry, we are able to choose what brand(s) of equipment that we want to install; not many companies can say that. We will not install inferior products. We feel that to do a job right, you need more than just quality people, you need quality products.
In many cases, the air that you are breathing can be dirtier inside than it is outside. High levels of pollutants such as viruses, bacteria, spores, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, smoke, and dust inside your home and office can manifest itself through symptoms such as allergies, difficulty breathing, headaches, drowsiness, nausea and red eyes. Low levels of oxygen can also develop because of poor ventilation. In some cases, high levels of indoor pollutants and/or low levels of oxygen have resulted in death.