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Avoid HVAC Emergencies with Regular Maintenance

Mechanical problems always seem to crop up at the worst possible moments. And you don’t want your heating and cooling system in your Oklahoma City area home to fail on the coldest or hottest day of the year. That’s why you should have Interstate Heating and Cooling perform regular HVAC maintenance on your home’s system.

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There Are Many Reasons to Give Your System Scheduled Maintenance

  • Peace of mind – Find and correct problems before the system shuts down.

  • Save money – HVAC Maintenance keeps your system running at optimum efficiency.

  • Increased system life — Regular service results in a system that lives up to the warranty.

  • Better air quality— A clean, smoothly running system will help your indoor air quality.

You can trust the certified pros at Interstate to keep your system tuned up and running great. Interstate, founded by a former HVAC technician, has been in business since 2002. Our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau comes as a result of our satisfaction guarantee — “If we mess up, we’ll make it right!”

We Recommend Twice-Yearly Maintenance, Which Includes:

  • Clearing drains — Clogged drains can cause water to back up into your home, which can lead to mold.

  • Cleaning coils — Dirty coils are a leading cause of sub-optimal HVAC performance, and can cause mechanical failures later.

  • Inspecting insulation & ventilation — Usually located in hard-to-reach areas of your home, insulation and ventilation are critical parts of your HVAC system and require regular inspection.

Avoid HVAC Emergencies by Calling Interstate Heating and Air today!

Call Interstate Heating and Air today at 409-912-5900 to schedule HVAC maintenance so that you can avoid the emergency. Our experts will keep your system running so that you don’t have to worry about another mechanical failure at the worst possible moment.