Kianoosh is our indoor air quality technician. He is a father of 4 children and enjoys spending time with his family. His favorite thing, dare we say passion, is giving his clients clean, healthy air to breathe. He takes great pride in his work. We are blessed to have such a technician. We think you’ll agree.
LINDSAY - Oklahoma City, OK
Tech was very friendly, professional, and provided excellent service.
BELINDA - Oklahoma City, OK
Everyone I have dealt with is awesome
DENISE - Norman, OK
I come back to then time and again always reliable
ANGELA & MICHAEL - Norman, OK
Kianoosh was exceedingly courteous & efficient while working in our home. He made certain that he thoroughly explained everything being done and updated us periodically. Lastly, we were very pleased when he gave us a few pointers for extending the life of our AC system. It is always great when we are able to learn things that will ultimately extend the service life of our home’s systems—as well as saving money in the long run!
BLAINE - Piedmont, OK
Very professiinal and knowegeable.
Always great service!
JRock - Oklahoma City, OK
Interstate has the best technicians, always efficient and always friendly
GEORGE - Moore, OK
Technician came, took care of business and left. No issues found. Did say plenum was a bit high. Suggested lowering top about 18 inches. Will consider when cool weather comes.
Excellent Service and Communication
MATTHEW - Moore, OK
Kianoosh Moeini did an excellent job and was effectively communicated all work and associated pricing. Great work!
CHARLENE - Edmond, OK
Very professional, love your company is practicing social distancing until this is over.
DEBBIE - Oklahoma City, OK
Video duct inspection to see about reattaching or increasing return cfm, as well as having air ducts cleaned. After inspecting extension return, it is 8â€ hard pipe in crawlspace and is open at the end to the crawlspace air. Hard pipe is being held by duct tape only that has been deteriorated over time. Inspect supplies in attic for duct cleaning and they are mostly comprised of loose fit Mylar flex duct that has succumbed to heat damage and will likely not hold up to a cleaning. Recommend options to replace / resize / cut in new returns, and replace supplies. Attic space has poor ventilation and has a shallow roofline, recommend waiting till fall to replace ductwork if possible. If a total replacement is done, will take cost of todayâ€™s inspection Off the total for duct replacement.
Blue SPP AC tune up. Asked about ductwork from previous jobs and filters, ducts are clean and not having to dust as much. Customer uses a 20x25 filter, and we did not have one in stock, so will cut one to size for this visit and note proper size for future PM visits. Inspect 2017 Goodman package unit, wash condenser thoroughly. Water pressure was low, so used a combination of water and compressed nitrogen to clean coil. Checked dual capacitor and evaporator coil. Checked blower wheel. Checked amp draws and volts. Finally checked refrigerant pressure via delta t. System is operating well at this time, with condenser fan side amps reading towards the higher end of manufacturer specifications.
Silver ac maintenance asked about filters and how system cools, customer said system is cooling great. Customer asked about directional placement of filters, and showed customer that it is a downflow system, so the arrows should point downwards in the filter rack. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked dual capacitor. Capacitor reading out of range and with customer approval changed it up for a fresh one. Part is under warranty, but labor is not. Changed 10x20 customer supplied filters. Checked evap coil and blower wheel. Checked drain line and float switch. Checked amp draws inside and out. Checked refrigerant pressures via delta t. System is running well at this time, Amps on the fan side of the condenser are reading on the higher end of the manufacturer range.
Asked customer about hot and cold spots and there have been no problems, filters were recently replaced by customer. Washed condenser thoroughly, cut back some vegetation around condenser and checked dual capacitor. Checked refrigerant pressures via delta t and amp draws. Went in attic and checked evap coil and condensate line. Line had some rolled fabric laying on it, causing a slight uphill fight for the drain, removed fabric and strapped line for proper fall. Line had become slightly backed up, cleaned out line with compressed nitrogen. Checked drain pan and float switch. Checked blower, capacitor and amp draws. System is running great at this time!
Duct cleaning and system tune up. Washed condenser, checked dual capacitor, volts and amp draws. Checked furnace, system has a UVC UVV lamp system air cleaner installed in attic supply plenum. Both lamps currently working. Checked blower and blower capacitor. Checked evap coil and condensate line. Duct cleaning layed drop sheets where needed. Cleaned grill and supply vents With spinning brush and duct cleaned all ducts with 2 to 4 passes each. System had some sawdust in it from construction possibly when ducts were being installed or work done with system unfiltered. Installed fresh 14x30 pleated filter and cleaned up excess debris. Fogged in hospital grade disinfectant spray and cycled system on to check refrigerant charge. Charge looks good with 10 degrees of sub cooling via delta t readings. Customer mentioned that they struggle to keep cool in master suite 8n summer time. System is low on return air. System calls for 1100 cfm of return air and currently is running with 600. Re
Spoke with customer and she is concerned with ants being on the rooftop unit from last contactor replacement on condensing unit. Attached extension ladder to stairwell and secured to guttering. Cleaned out condensing coil dirt with compressed nitrogen. Checked dual capacitor and contactor, and no ants found on rooftop area around customers condenser or neighbors condenser at this time. Cycled system on and checked amps and refrigerant pressure. Went inside and changed fresh 20x20 pleated filters, checked air handler blower, evap coil and condensate line checked amp draws and system is operating well at this time. Talked to customer about benefits of our UVC lamps and polarized media air cleaners. Sent customer an informational video via email.
Two systems in two story home, performing tune ups for AC systems and air duct cleanings. Upstairs system has a Payne 2011 Condenser attached to a Carrier 1999 evap coil and Furnace. Upstairs flue was broken at elbow joint. Did not have the part in stock on truck to make repair, but did offer to schedule to come back out to make repair. As a temporary fix, I sealed broken joint with some metal tape. The heat exchanger has no obvious cracks but is heavily rusted throughout. Highly recommend having a carbon monoxide detector installed upstairs by the return to make sure the system does not emit Carbon monoxide into living space. Customer is aware and will have one installed soon. System is also undersized in return air. System calls for 1100 CFM and system only getting 250 cfm from 12â€ flex duct. Downstairs system is a 2016 Goodman split system. The filter location is next to blower compartment. Recommend turning flat grills into filtered grills in the living room. System is also lo
Dual system white shield protection plan AC services. Both systems needed filters to be changed badly, recommend monitoring filters and check them at least every 3 months for change out. Washed both condensers thoroughly from cottonwood fiber buildup. Checked both dual capacitors and both are out of range, south 2.5 ton cap is highly recommended to replace, north system cap is okay on compressor side but fan side is below range. Checked blowers and evap coils and condensate lines. Both blowers are reading amp draws toward the high end of manufacturer specifications, but are in range. This is likely due to undersized return air for both systems. Cycled systems on and checked refrigerant pressures. South side system reading in range at 12 degrees of sub cooling, north system reading a little high at 15 degrees of sub cooling. Spoke with customer about changing our dual capacitors or going ahead and getting deluxe compressor saver kits to increase longevity of the systems and customer
Use negative pressure machine and contact cleaner to clean ductwork in office, replace 3 flat grills with 5 filtered grills, replace 4 supply vent covers with 12x12 filtered grills for rooftop powered exhaust Units. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Remove covers for contact cleaning and clean supplies with 3 passes each and returns with over 12 passes each. Use negative pressure machine to create suction from louvres supplies and clean one at a time with cobra spinning brush, using 5 to 7 passes per run. Set new filtered grills and installed fresh 20x20 and 12x12 pleated filters. Wiped down excess dirt and debris in louvres vents from negative pressure cleaning. Vacuum and sweep up additional excess debris in floors. Fogged in hospital grade disinfectant spray. New filtered grill returns now allow for rooftop systems to be filtered in office space down below instead of the rooftop units. There are now 8 20x20 filtered grills and 4 12x12 filtered grills. Per customer request, will
Asked customer about filters and hot and cold spots. Filters need to be changed and bedroom furthest from furnace is having trouble getting air out of vent. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked dual capacitor, checked amps and contactor on condenser. Contactor showing signs of putting, and line set could use new insulation. Checked airflow in room that is struggling, and it is currently getting 42fpm. Checked in attic and the duct is the furthest and smallest run in the home, so most of the airflow has gone to other ducts in home. Due to hip joints and hard piping in the way it would be very difficult to fix this design issue. Checked blower evap coil and condensate line. Checked amp draws inside. Changed 16x25 filter. Checked outside refrigerant pressure via delta t. System operating well at this time. Spoke with customer about a deluxe compressor saver kit to help ensure smooth operation on 8 year old system. Also explained ductwork design and went over options therein.
Came out and checked under home where crossover duct had been tied in. On one side the start collar only protrudes 2â€ and the zip ties were not enough to hold it in place. Resealed duct in place in BOTH sides with duct on start collar, duct tape, zip tie and screws to ensure a solid hold that will not come loose. Checked fpm in supply vent and airflow is back to normal!
Summer AC tune up asked customer about filters and how system was cooling and heating since last install in Dec 2019. Everything has been running great. Customer asked me to double check refrigerant charge since unit was installed in winter. Will practice social distancing tune up in this call since unit was installed last December, will save indoor checks for Fall tune up. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked dual capacitor. Checked compressor and fan amp draws. Checked refrigerant pressure via outdoor delta t. Unit calls for 10 degrees of sub cooling and currently reads at 12, and is well within range. System is operating great at this time!
Inspect home for duct cleaning, HVAC system manufactured in 2017. Ductwork is old grey Mylar and has deteriorated, and can push a finger through it. will leave quote to replace ductwork and supply plenum. System currently has 3 -8â€ runs, 4 -6â€ runs and 2 -4â€ runs, will increase living room and upstairs duct runs to 10â€ and run ductwork directly without any wyes and ductwork will be dampered and will also install new supply vents and clean return plenum. Also left customer with 2 fresh 12x24 pleated filters. Customer also asked for number if the Plumbing co. 4053677388
Install backordered attic ventilation dampers in both 14 inch whirlybirds on 9/26/2020.
Blue SPP AC maintenance visit. Asked customer about hot water tank that was recently installed, air filters and hot and cold spots. Filters were recently changed on 5/20/2020, so will leave 4 fresh filters for next change out with blue SPP. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked dual capacitor. Fan side of capacitor reading slightly under range at 6.95 Mrs, min recommended range is 7.05 mfd. checked evap coil and drain line. Checked plenum and blower wheel. Cycled system in and checked amp draws, condensing fan amps are still within range. Both surge protectors still working. Checked refrigerant charge and reading optimal sub cool of 13. Customer will wait till next summer tune up to replace dual capacitor
Silver club AC service. Asked about air filters and how home is heating and cooling. Filters were recently replaced and that was what reminded customer to call us out for tune up. Washed condenser thoroughly. Checked blower, evap coil, drain pan, float switch and condensate line. There wats sign of water having filled drain pan at one time, so flushed drain line with compressed nitrogen for 30 seconds, and it is clear. Evaporator coil is still in great shape. Attic is very hot, and recommend installing whirlybird turbine vents to help cool attic space and save on energy bills. Checked blower capacitor and dual capacitor. Condensing Fan side of dual capacitor is reading weak. It is rated at 7.5 mfd and is reading 6.5 mfd, more than a 6% difference. Cycled system in and checked amp draws and condensing fan running amps are within range at 1.02 amps but starting amps are high at 2.4. Compressor and blower amps are within range as well. Tested refrigerant charge and outdoor delta t tempera
Silver club AC tune up. Asked customer about filters, hot and cold spots, and previous repair visit. Everything is going well on their end at this time. Washed condenser thoroughly. Removed about 2 inches of cut grass from bottom if condensing unit as well. Checked dual capacitor surge protector and blower. Checked evap coil and drain line. Checked ductwork and insulation. Cycled system on and checked amp draws and refrigerant charge via delta t. Condensing fan running amps are within range, but towards high end of range. Rated at 1.2 running amps and running at 1.12 amps at this time. Everything is working well at this time.
Silver club AC maintenance. Asked customer about filters and hot / cold spots. Filters have been changed recently. Customer mentioned the condenser making a loud banging noise when it turns off, and that this had been the case since it was installed. The condenser is right outside the bedroom window. I told customer I would inspect unit and make sure all bolts are properly secured. Washed unit thoroughly. Tightened down all bolts, including compressor bolts. Checked dual capacitor and blower capacitor. Blower capacitor is 15 mfd and is still reading low at 12 mfd. checked blower, fan and compressor amps. Checked heat exchangers. Checked evap coil, condensate line drain pan and float switch. Checked refrigerant pressure via delta t. So far system not making any unusual noises. Had customer turn off unit at thermostat and let me know if the powering down sound was what he was hearing, and it was. I explained that the clack was the contactor opening and the secondary noise was the fan mo
Summer AC tune up on 2006 Trane system. Asked about filter, and washed condenser thoroughly. Trane unit needs all panels removed to properly remove cottonwood buildup in coils. Tested dual capacitor. Filter was recently changed. Contactor is in good condition. Cycled system on and tested blower. Checked evap coil and condensate drain. Amp draws are well within range. Checked refrigerant charge via delta t. Reading properly at 12 degrees of subcool it. Schrader core got dislodged while removing, reset core in proper alignment to keep valve from leaking. System is operating well at this time. Left a brochure and talked about our air duct cleaning services.
Summer AC $79 Tune up special. Asked customer about filters and hot and cold spots, she mentioned needing help with changing filters. Washed condenser thoroughly and checked dual capacitor. Checked blower and evap coil and both are clean. Checked condensate line and float switch. Checked amp draws inside and outside. Checked refrigerant pressure via delta t and it looks to be good, reading 9 degrees of subcool. System is in good condition for the summer. As an extra safety measure, talked about the benefits of surge protectors as well as our duct cleaning services.
Replace supply junction and seal ductwork
Summer AC tune up on 1 year old system that we installed 6/27/2019. Wash condenser thoroughly, change customer supplied 20x25 filter. Checked dual capacitor. Cycled system on and checked amp draws and volt drop. Checked evap coil, blower wheel and condensate line. Checked outside pressures via delta T and system is operating great! Customer mentioned unit sounds a little loud outside the bedroom window at night. Checked hail guard screen and it was loose in 3 spots. After tightening screen, the vibration sound was greatly reduced.
Install 2 dampered attic whirlybirds
Blue SPP AC tune up. Asked about home comfort levels, and changed out 20x24 pleated filter. Inspected evap coil and blower wheel. Checked drain line and cycled system on to check indoor amp draws. Washed condenser, checked dual capacitor and contactor. Capacitor showing signs of leaking oil, but still working in proper ranges. Cycled system on and checked amp draws and refrigerant pressures via delta t. System working great at this time.