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.
MIKE - Oklahoma City, OK
LAZETTE - Oklahoma City, OK
Great experience as always.
JAY - Nichols Hills, OK
Friendly and knowledgable service!
CATHRINE - Oklahoma City, OK
Conscientious, very thorough service
NANCY - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh answered every question, went above and beyond to give me pointers and tips on how to more efficiently and effectively use my heating and air conditioning units. Dryer vent clean turned into a bigger project than I anticipated, but Kianoosh skillfully took care of my issues. Great service!
A/C Check up & Dryer Vent Cleaning
STEVEN MILLARD - Edmond, OK
Absolutely GREAT! Your employee is very good and very informative when I had questions.
MARC - Oklahoma City, OK
Our tech was great! He was very personalable, friendly and professional. He gave great advice on caring for our system and explained why certain things needed to be done. He actually watered some of our outdoor plants from excess water in the hose he used to clean our ac unit..."rather than wasting it in the grass." It was an awesome experience! Thank you!!!
Fantastic service. He not only took care of our air conditioner he helped to prepare and serve our dinner. Truly a man of God.
KATHY - Edmond, OK
Great service, Fabulous technician
BECKY - Norman, OK
This gentleman was considerate and professional. He understood my need to clean the vents in specific rooms first so that I could move our 2 dogs and cat around. He explained the duct cleaning process and gave me tips on cleaning the dryer vent. I thoroughly enjoyed discussing San Diego with him. Highly recommend Interstate Heating and Air for all your duct cleaning needs.
Liz - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh was amazing and professional. He took care of everything. I am grateful for this company and it’s service provider.
Duct cleaning inspection, checked home ductwork for cleaning and found the return okay to clean but not the supplies. The supplies are composed of an older grey Mylar material that eventually deteriorated in the attic heat. At this point, the only way that I can think to proceed is to hav the supply ductwork and the supply plenum replaced with newer material that comes with a lifetime warranty on the craftsmanship and the material. Ductwork includes a new 6 ft metal plenum, dampers and 1 free air balancing. Went over details with customer and they will consider the estimate and get back with us.
Silver club 2 system tune up. Checked filters and thermostats, and upstairs has rarely been run so filters are still fresh. Changed downstairs filters. Washed condensers thoroughly, cleaning between coils of downstairs unit. Checked contactors, capacitors and wiring as well as hard start kit in upstairs unit. Checked drain lines and evaporator coils. Cycled both systems on and checked checked super heat. Both systems running in range at this time.
Silver club summer AC service, checked thermostat, washed condenser thoroughly, washing between both coils. Checked dual capacitor, tightened wire fittings, and cleaned contactor connect points from dust buildup. Checked evap coil, drain and filter. Checked blower. Cycled system on and checked electrical, delta t and refrigerant pressure. System is working well at this time!
Inspect ductwork and went over options with customer, as existing hard pipe ductwork is somewhat loose and is letting in some attic air due to the insulation around it being deteriorated and the joints not being sealed. Customer is interested in having ductwork replaced in the future, but will just have duct cleaning done for today. Noted that if the ductwork happens to come loose, we will have to charge to repair it and then have to stop the cleaning process. Duct clean 8 supplies and 1 return cavity, add extra to remove over paint on vents and grills. No warranty on duct cleaning, as existing ductwork has gaps letting attic air and insulation in ductwork is deteriorating. Removed vents and grills, and cleaned with dry spinning brush. Carefully Cleaned supplies and return cavities, noting that the central joints seemed to be the most loose on the duct runs. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray and replaced vents and grills. Also put in fresh 16x25 filter with todayâ€™s cleani
Summer AC tune up and duct cleaning on home with 2 systems, both down flow. Inspected ductwork with video camera and found heavy debris in ducts that needs to be shop vacced out before preforming duct cleaning. Layed drop sheets where needed. Removed vents and grills and cleaned dust off them with dry spinning brush and micro fiber cloth. Shop vacced out heavy debris from all ducts and duct cleaned supplies with 2-4 passes each. Duct cleaned returns with 7 passes each. Wiped out return cavities. Vacuumed out excess debris and sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray. Sealed bottom of supply boots with mastic air sealant where needed. Added fresh filters to system. Preformed AC tune up on both systems, verified proper thermostat function, changed out both sets of UVV / UVC air cleaner bulbs and verified proper operation. Checked evaporator coils, blower wheels, blower capacitors and drain lines. Washed condensers. Checked condenser capacitors, contactors and tightened wiring con
Silver club AC service on home with 3 systems. Spoke with customer and new system has been cooling well. All three systems do need filters to be changed though. 1 system providing air upstairs is in the back yard and the two systems providing air downstairs are on the roof. Gained rooftop access with 24 ft ladder Off of the garage. Washed 3 condensers thoroughly, checked capacitors contacted wiring and line sets. Cleaned contactors on roof and found both rooftop unit capacitors to be out of range. Went inside and changed filters, checked blowers, evaporator coils and drain lines. Cleaned out drain line on downstairs unit on north side. Cycled systems on and checked refrigerant charge via super heat on Lennox units and got 20 degrees in north side unit and 21 degrees in south unit. Checked subcooling on carrier unit we installed in March and got 11 degrees. Checked amps and delta t. With customer permission I replaced both rooftop capacitors, and tested and verified amps and refrigerant
Blue Shield plan ac tune up on 2005 furnace and 2011 AC split system. Spoke with customer and noticed we were out a month prior to add refrigerant. Will double check refrigerant pressures today and check line set and coils for signs of leaks during tune up. Left fresh filters with customer included with blue spp. Wrote down equipment info as best as possible, data plate in AC has worn out, so my best guess is it was replaced the same time as the evaporator coil. Washed condenser thoroughly, and checked inside of coil for signs of oil. Cleaned contactor form excessive mud and dirt buildup. Checked dual capacitor. Went in attic and checked evaporator coil, and mine set and found no signs of oil or leaks. Checked reme halo UVC lamp and it is still functional. Checked blower. Checked ductwork. Some ductwork near supply plenum had come loose on the outer lining. Restrapped it with silver duct tape. Checked drain line which has 2 clean outs on the primary line and confirmed it has proper dra
Summer AC tune up on 26 year old furnace / 8 year old AC split system. Asked about filters and how home has been cooling. Filters were recently changed and home has been cooling well, customer looking to have system maintained today. Washed condenser thoroughly, and threw away / removed a lot of plastic bags and debris that could inhibit proper airflow. Checked dual capacitor, wiring connections and contactor. Checked furnace blower, evaporator, and drain. The evaporator coil has some light dirt in it and could use a cleaning. The blower has some old caked on debris, that a standard in place cleaning would not get rid of. Due to age of furnace, I recommend waiting till the time comes to replace the furnace. Cycled system on and checked amps, refrigerant pressure and delta t. Amps on the outside fan motor are reading high at 1.6/1.7 FLA, but still in range. Blower amps are reading 10.1/8.9 and compressor amps reading 17.1/24.1. The blower is reading out of range, and the squirrel cage h
Silver club summer AC service on 2015 Carrier split system, asked about filters and they were recently changed. Washed condenser thoroughly, taking care to clean between coils. Cleaned contactor connection points and checked dual capacitor. Went in attic and inspected drain line. Evaporator, blower and ductwork. Drain line appears to have a back up at the 90 degree joint before it turns down into the hot water closet drain. Used compressed air to blow out from below and tested it was draining properly. Tested amps, refrigerant sub cooling and delta t. System working well at this time.
15JUL2021 Kianoosh went out to preform for duct cleaning, after testing ductwork, determined that a duct cleaning can be done. The 3 ducts in the master bedroom area will need a level 2 cleaning due to difficulty of navigating them, they will take more time to clean. Also spoke with senior tech Isaac about adding more return air with the upcoming furnace and coil install. There is enough room to build up a platform to provide more air to the system. The return grills on each side are 16x26â€. Left estimate for duct cleaning.
Blue shield plan AC service. Spoke with customer and they said home has been cooling okay. Changed filters included with Blue SPP. Washed condenser thoroughly, opening coils and inspecting them, since we had to add refrigerant last Summer AC service. I did not see any obvious spots with a refrigerant leak. Checked dual capacitor, cleaned contactor points and went in attic for inspection. Checked Evaporator coil in place, checked drain line and blower. Cycled system on and checked refrigerant pressure and amp draws. R-22 System is reading 9 degrees of sub cooling and calls for 15. Spoke with customer about refrigerant and doing a major leak search. Customer just wants to add refrigerant for now. Added 1 lb. R-22 to get to 16 degrees of sub cooling. Checked amp draws again and outside delta t. System is working within manufacturer specifications at this time.
Duct cleaning for home with 12 supplies And 1 return. Homeowner is in the process of selling house and wants to provide new homeowner with fresh ducts. Inspected system and it can be cleaned with a level 1 cleaning. Removed vents and grills and cleaned with spinning brush and microfiber cloth. Cleaned return cavity with disinfectant spray and microfiber cloth. Duct cleaned 12 supplies with 3 passes each. Duct cleaned return with 5 passes. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray and replaced vents and grills. Installed fresh customer supplied filter. Cleaned up excess debris and verified proper thermostat operation. See attached before and after photos of ductwork cleaned.
Dropped off 3 fresh 10x20x1 filters that we missed on last service call, customer had replaced old filters that needed to be changed with a fresh set earlier today.
Summer AC tuneup on 2009 split system. Spoke with customer and filters weee just changed. Asked her system was working, and customers just looking to have a tuneup today. Washed condenser thoroughly, removing all panels and cleaning excess debris out from the base of the condensing unit. Checked to capacitor, hard start kit, search protectors, evaporator coil, condensate pump, condensate line, blower and ductwork. Surge protector on condenser took a hit and is out. Cycled system on and checked electrical and refrigerant pressures. Condenser fan motor reading 1.8/1.5 amps, compressor reading 12.8/17.9 amps and blower motor reading 6.2/6.9 amps. The condenser fan motor is starting to wear out at the bearings as noted by attached video, causing it to rock and sway as it runs. Recommend having it replaced, as it is a matter of time before it goes out. Customer wants to have a surge protector installed today and will look into having the condenser fan replaced in the near future. Recommend
Silver club AC tune up on 2019 4 ton Carrier split system. Spoke with customer and installed fresh filters supplied by us to make up for a scheduling misunderstanding in our end. Checked evaporator coil, drain line and blower. Found some buildup in drain line that I flushed out with 2 gallons of water. Washed condenser outside thoroughly, taking care to clean between the doubled coils. Checked dual capacitor, contactor and wiring connections. Cycled system on and checked refrigerant pressure, amp draws and temperature split. System is running well at this time. Spoke with customer about our drain pan treatments and surge protectors.
Duct cleaning inspection on home with 2 stories. After initial consultation, I explained to customer that a duct cleaning would not help with improving airflow or make the airflow cooler, it is done primarily to remove dust and allergens from the air ducts. Customer agreed to have an air balance analysis performed instead to determine the cause of poor air temperatures, especially upstairs. After inspecting system, discovered several underlying issues: 1) System is undersized for home. Home has 1,577 sq feet of living space with a 3 ton system that is designed to cool and heat 1,200 sq ft of living space. A 4 ton system is recommended for this home. 2) Return air is undersized. A 3 ton system is designed to move 1200 cfm of air and is currently moving between 500 and 600 sq ft. 3) supply ducts downstairs have had water and sand come in them due to high water table, and some ducts have a lot of sand buildup at the boots. 4) supply ducts upstairs are made of an older grey Mylar mater
Non club AC service on 2002 Arcoair /2006 Rheem split system. Spoke with customer, and system has been working well, they are just looking to have system thoroughly cleaned and inspected today. Changed customer supplied 10x20x1 filters, and inspected evaporator, drain, blower and blower capacitor. Noticed a gas smell in furnace closet and found a small leak at the union, which I tightened. Closed closet door to inspect for continued leak later. Washed outside condenser thoroughly, carefully cleaning between the coils, and cleaning out a lot of dirt and cobwebs in the electrical access, capacitor and contactor. Checked dual capacitor, tightened wire nuts and cleaned contactor connection points from dirt buildup. Cycled system on and checked r-22 pressures, delta t and electrical. System is running within ranges, but the outside unit is a 3.5 ton and the size of home calls for a 4 ton system. System also looks to be low on return air. Spoke with customer that whenever a replacement syste
Came out to inspect ductwork due to water having come in floor ducts. Spoke with tenant and the water had filled one duct 2 inches when we had a week of heavy rains last week. The ductwork boots have been sealed and the ductwork itself shows signs of water having gone in it in the past. The water has now completely drained back out. I explained to tenant that the water filling the ducts is a high water table issue, when the topsoil layer under the home gets overly saturated, it comes into the ductwork during times of high rains, but drains back out when the water table dries back up. Tenant also had an issue with thermostat not working on the fan setting. After checking the wiring, I discovered it was not wired into fan, and the wiring was not properly connected. Reconnected thermostat wiring to function properly, and properly anchored and leveled thermostat to wall. Tested and verified proper operation and explained to tenant how to change batteries and gave tips on changing filters
Duct cleaning inspection for home with 6 supplies and 2 returns, inspected ductwork and it can be cleaned. Layed drop sheets where needed, removed vents and grills and cleaned with dry spinning brush. Duct cleaned supplies with 2-3 passes each. Duct cleaned return cavity and remote return in wall studs with combination contact cleaner and shop vac. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray. Replaced vents and grills, cleaned up excess debris and changed fresh 14x25 filter. Set thermostat back to customer preferred settings recommended checking filters monthly due to low available amount of return air space.
Silver club AC service on 2012 Amana split system. Spoke with customer, and they are in need of a filter change today. Changed 14 x 25 x 1 pleated filter. Washed condenser thoroughly. Checked capacitors, blower, evaporator coil, drain line, contactor and wiring connections. Cycled system. Checked refrigerant pressure, amp draws and delta T. System is running well at this time.
Silver club AC tune up. Spoke with customer and they had an issue with condensation on nearest manuufactured home ducts in the floor on really hot days, I explained that this was due to the higher than normal temps vs the cold air flowing across that closest duct. They have also always struggled to get airflow to the furthest duct. We talked about looking into sealing the ductwork or adding a secondary crossover duct to add air to that far bedroom more quickly see attached estimates. Washed condenser thoroughly. Checked washable air filters and blower. Checked blower capacitor, evaporator and drain line. Checked dual capacitor, hard start kit and amp draws. Checked refrigerant pressure and delta t. System is working well at this time.
Technician Kianoosh spoke with property management representative Alicia on the phone and explained how our high water table issues work in Oklahoma. Property was built in 1981 and likely has floor ducts that are filling with water due to current heavy thunderstorms we have been having over the last week here. Explained that while total solution may be converting the system to run ductwork in the ceiling, the temporary solution is to wait out the rain. Even the water had a way to get into the ducts, it will also have a way to get out once the water table dries up. If a more severe issue is needed to be addressed that what is presumed over the phone, we are more than happy to send a technician out to assess the situation.
Duct cleaning inspection. Spoke with customer, and they would like to have their air-conditioning system tuned up and sign up with a blue shield protection plan today. Checked ductwork and it can all be cleaned with a level one cleaning. Customer would also like more information on our IAQ products. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked and tightened wiring on condenser, checked dual capacitor and contactor. Changed filter included with blue shield plan. Checked blower, blower capacitor, evaporator coil and drain line. Cycled system on and checked refrigerant pressure. Customer has another company repair a refrigerant leak a few years back. Refrigerant pressures are still in range. Checked amps and delta t. AC system is working well, but the return air is undersized by 300 cfm. Duct cleaned 11 supplies and 1 return with 3 to 4 passes each. Cleaned grants and grill and cleaned up excess debris. Sprayed in disinfectant spray and spoke with customer about our IAQ products and left them
AC tune up on split system with 20 year old condense and coil and 9 year old furnace. Spoke with customer and they are aware their AC system is older and are hopeful it makes it through another season. Washed filters and condenser thoroughly. Checked capacitor contractor and wiring connections. Capacitor is reading at the edge of a good range at 47/50 mfd. checked coil, drain and blower. The secondary drain has been open and a small amount of water has come out of it into the floor, I spoke with customer about this and they were not aware of this but said they would call if a large amount of water showed up kn the garage floor. Cycled system on and checked amps. Compressor running amps are reading high at 20.1/16.0 amps. Checked refrigerant pressure and they look to be in range. System is still running at this time, and customer will call is if any issues arise.
Silver club AC service on 2001 split system. Spoke with customer and filters need to be changed, washed condenser from plant debris and scraped out heavy buildup of leaves around base and back side of condenser. Checked dual capacitor and it is depleted in compressor side, it was starting with the hard start kit only. Checked hard start kit, contactor and wiring connections. Checked inside blower, evap coil and drain. Changed filters. Changed capacitor. Cycled system on and checked compressor, fan, refrigerant pressures, and blower. System is working in manufacturer specifications at this time. ** I did mention to customer that when we see compressor capacitors get depleted, sometimes there may be untestable causes that result in compressor failure days or years afterward.