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.
KEN - Choctaw, OK
Really knowledgeable Technician. went above and beyond. Earned my respect without a doubt. Best Company for Heating and Air I have ever had.
Top service and advice
MARCINE - Edmond, OK
Dry good advice, helpful and straight answers to my questions. Will use them from now on for our services.
Great office staff and Service Tech
CLARENDON - Norman, OK
office staff was friendly and professional over the phone, the service tech was polite, informative and professional
MARION - Harrah, OK
Wonderful people to work with.
Great Service, Well Oraganized Team, Very Knowledgeable of Services Provided
ALEXANDRA - Oklahoma City, OK
Wonderdul, On Time, Very Helpful!
Great service ... excellent job
MONICA - Del City, OK
Kianoosh and Jerimiah did a great job on spraying insulation into my attic. I'm very pleased.
Thorough and efficient
ASHLEY - Moore, OK
Kianoosh not only cleaned my vents and inspected everything.. he also educated me on his process so I knew exactly what I was paying for. He was friendly and personable. 5stars!
KAREN - Oklahoma City, OK
JEREMY - Choctaw, OK
I have worked with a lot of contractors in my time and I have never had such a great experience with Kianoosh. He had the best attitude and truly seemed enthusiastic to help and and educate me. He did not try to oversell me in fact he was about as honest as a person could be. We talked about how building relationships are the most important part of the business. Interstate is truly focused on educating the customer so that the customer can make an informed and educated decision. No pressure. An employee like Kianoosh is priceless to an organization and I'm sure that trickles down from great leadership. Make sure you do not let Kianoosh go without making him a sizable offer :)
Handled appointment very professionally
JAMES - Norman, OK
Shelley Myers - Oklahoma City, OK
Great service ... very satisfied.
MONICA - Del City, OK
Kianoosh was great. He explained everything in detail. Work was done in manner described and Kianoosh cleaned up everything before he left.
Great Service as always
PAUL - Choctaw, OK
Courteous and professional. Wish all service companies were like this.
BRETT - Edmond, OK
Great customer service! Kianoosh arrived on time and was very helpful. He didn’t charge us since our dryer vent didn’t need to be cleaned out after all. He discovered an issue with our dryer and even offered repair advice. I will continue to use Interstate!!
TIFFANY - Del City, OK
Great service, provides enough detail and very timely
White shield plan Furnace tune up on 2015 RUUD 80% system. Customer still having an issue of smelling a burning chemical odor like when we were out on Dec 2020. Talked with customer about insulation work done, breaks found in ductwork by another company and our last 2 call outs. The ductwork is strapped and pulled very tightly from original install, and the outer lining has torn in places, but the inner lining seems fine. Checked furnace flue, plenums, blower, blower capacitor, heat exchanger from too and bottom, drain and cleaned flame sensor and burner crossovers. Changed filters included with plan, and sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray with customer approval. Tested gas pressure, motor amps and heat rise. Induced draft motor making a high pitched sound but still in range. Checked flue trap, and found no debris. Let system cool down, Lightly oiled bearings in induced draft motor and whining sound went away after starting back up. Checked amps again and induced motor runn
Dryer vent cleaning attic exhaust and out the roof. Spoke with customer, and they just had their dryer repaired, but it was still not drying clothes well. After inspection, found the lint built up and exhaust point at rooftop and at the first bend below, in the attic. Removed ductwork and pulled out built up lint at these points by hand. Reattached dryer vent. Cleaned with spinning brush with 3 passes and shop vacced excess debris. Cleaned dryer back to impeller by hand sand with shop vac. Set dryer back in place and cleaned surrounding area. Left some items that had fallen behind dryer on top of it for customer to sort through. Tested and verified proper dryer function. Spoke with customer about our heating and air conditioning services and gave them tips on dryer maintenance.
Silver club furnace tune up. Customer just changed filter. Talked about changing humidifier pad as well as flushing hot water tank with service today. Inspected flue, and found a lot of debris and sediment in inducer trap, vacuumed out with shop vac. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked inducer wiring and hoses. Checked evaporator coil, humidifier, and heat exchanger from below. Checked heat exchanger from above, blower and blower cabinet. Checked control board, cleaned burner compartment. Humidifier pad that I had needed to be cut to size, and stunted from below to fit. Spoke with customer about this and that work done would be under warranty, as it is currently draining properly. Finally cleaned all humidifier surfaces from buildup. Also oiled fan blade and set it down shaft a small ways to remove noise. Flushed hwt, after shutting off water and gas valve. Cycled system on and checked gas pressures, heat rise, amps and static pressure. After tank finished draining, reset gas valve, and test
Silver club furnace tune up on 2017 Carrier 80% furnace that we installed. Checked thermostat batteries and filter. Customer recently changed both. Talked about flushing hot water tank with customer. Checked flue, and it had come off on the hwt side. Reattached flue poroperly. Checked drain lines, return plenum and cavity, cleaned flame sensor, checked inducer wiring and tubing and inspected blower. Checked heat exchanger from below, ductwork in attic and cycled system on. Measured gas pressure, tested for carbon monoxide and measured heat rise. Checked amps on motors and dusted off excess buildup on surfaces. Furnace is working well at this time. Also talked to customer about our surge protectors.
Fall tune up on 2011 Carrier split system. This system has a known coil leak issue, and the
Silver club furnace tune up on 2020 Comfort Maker 90% split system. Spoke with customer about last issues of smell, etc and that has rectified itself with the UVC lamp. Customer did have an issue with thermostat shutting off even though the furnace had power sporadically. Inspected wiring and found yellow white and green to be poorly cleaned and connected. Properly attached wiring and cleaned up contact points. Inspected thermostat wiring at furnace and it is in good condition. Customer has a T4 pro Honeywell, talked to them about getting a T6 pro which has a battery backup and can just be replaced with the face. Checked blower, control board, 4â€ filter, heat exchanger from below and flue. Checked drain line, UVC lamp, inducer wiring and tubes and cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on and checked heat rise, carbon monoxide, and adjusted gas pressure to 3.5â€ W.C. It is a newer home addition, so gas pressure may need to be adjusted annually. Checked static pressure. System running
Silver club heat pump and air handler tune up on 2013 Amana system. Filters were changed recently, and customer uses space heaters in the winter to help zone heat certain rooms. Tested heat pump and reversing valve operation. Cleaned contactor points from spider webs and bug parts. Tested hard start kit and capacitor. All 3 surge protectors are good. Checked drain line and condensate pump, ran some water through it to verify proper function. Cycled system in heat, cooling and emergency heat. Tested electrical and heat rise in heating and emergency heating. System is working well at this time.
Duct cleaning estimate for home with 12 supplies and 3 returns. After inspecting ductwork, system and supply vent seals, determined that likely source of dust coming from vents is at the boots where the vents seal them. Likely due to poor Sheetrock work, there are gaps around the boots that need to be sealed with metal tape. There are also 8 supply runs that have ductwork splices with duct tape only, let customer know that if these come apart, we would need to charge $136 to reattach each run, but it is unlikely they will separate. Left estimate for duct cleaning, blower cleaning, and sealing supply boots. When we come back, can use two technicians to make the job go more quickly.
Silver club furnace tune up. Checked filter and changed with fresh filter for customer. Checked flue, evap coil, drain and heat exchanger from above. Checked blower, blower capacitor, control board and heat exchanger from below. Checked hot surface igniter, flame sensor and inducer. Cycled system on and tested / measured amp draws, heat rise, gas pressure, and static pressure. System working within manufacturer specs at this time. Talked to customer about blown insulation rebates and surge protectors.
Duct cleaning for home built in 1945. Supplies and returns run under home in a crawl space and connect to a newly installed package unit outside. Home is being heavily remodeled at this time. Supplies are hard pipe and returns trunk lines are composed of plywood between floor joists. Went over options with customer and since home has limited power, will run an extra leg of power from homeowners house next door. Cleaned return cavities, grills and trunk lines to package unit connection piece. Cleaned supply vents and trunk lines to package unit connection piece. Cleaned supply vents as best as possible, as they are old and rusted. Placed fresh filters, and sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray. Debriefed with customer on filter sizes and made recommendations on upgrading thermostat and replacing supply vents.
Silver club tune up on 2021 system that we installed last August. Spoke with homeowner abo it airflow issues to master bedroom that has been an ongoing issue, and it is still not ideal, but much better than it had been before the install. Changed 3- 10x20 filters, inspected flue, blower, inducer, cleaned flame sensor, and inspected hoses and wiring. Tested gas pressure, amps, ohms and heat rise. System is running great and very efficiently at this time!
Clean 2 returns and 6 supplies between 2 units 11&12. Unit 12 return will need a level 2 cleaning.
Duct cleaning estimate for side by side town homes units 11&12. Unit 11 is vacant and unit 12 is occupied. Can clean mat if the units with level 1 cleaning. Will need to clean occupied unit 12 return cavity with a level 2 cleaning. Will include hospital grade disinfectant spray with cleanings. Left estimate with office manager to send up the line for approval, will schedule with office to come back once work is approved.
Duct cleaning inspection. Inspected supplies below and in the attic, and determined that 4 out of 5 supplies are old and deteriorated, and a duct cleaning will only tear up the old Mylar ductwork. Went over options with homeowner and tenant and will come back Friday 1/15/22 to replace 4 of the duct runs with fresh flex ductwork. Replace 8â€ in living area, and 6â€ in each of the 3 bedrooms. Will also cut in and increase return grill to 20x24â€ to to provide more airflow to system. Included 5% Educator appreciation discount. Ductwork includes lifetime warranty on craftsmanship.
Blue shield plan fall tune up on 90% Condensing Amanda Furnace. Changed filter included with Blue SPP. inspected flue, evap coil, drain pan, condensing drain line, and heat exchanger from above. Checked blower, blower capacitor, filter base, control board and heat exchanger from below. Cleaned flame sensor, check surge protector, inducer hoses and wiring. Found some blockages that I cleaned out from inducer hoses. Cycled system on and checked gas pressures, heat rise and amps on inducer and blower. System is operating in manufacturer specifications at this time.
Filter check up, it has been a few extra months since we were due to come out, so filters were about 90% full. Checked HEPA filters and they are in great shape, so are UVC UVV lamps. I did dual the lamps up a 1/4 notch, and explained the function to customer. Cleaned off polarized metal screens and grills and replaced filters. Verified proper function of media filters.
Duct cleaning inspection. Spoke with homeowner and there is an odor she is looking to alleviate. Inspected supplies in wall chases and returns, went in at tic and under house and discovered the chase for the returns under the house is made of wood paneling, which lets air and odors in from under home. Went over options with customer and today we will disinfect the return chase under home and replace 1 supply vent. Vacuumed up initial debris in return boot and sprayed in disinfectant spray throughout system. Replaced supply vent and cleaned up excess debris.
Silver club ac tune up on condo air handler and heat pump. Customer just changed filter, takes about different filter types with customer. Checked air handler, electrical and capacitor. Tested unit in emergency heat, tested heat strips and blower amps. Tested in cooling and heat pump modes. Tested reversing valve operation, outside board, outside capacitor and fan and compressor amps. Capacitor is just barely reading in range on the compressor side. Attached gauges, but struggled to get an accurate reading in the low ambient temps. Inside delta t was 15 degrees in heating heat pump mode and 23 degrees with electrical heat strips. Everything is functioning well at this time!
Silver club Fall furnace tune up. Spoke with customer and they recently changed their access ladder. Fresh filters were left in attic for us to change. Checked filter cabinet and filter in the unit still has plenty of life in it. Checked flue, evap coil, heat exchanger, blower, blower capacitor, cleaned flame sensor and cycled system on. Checked amps, heat rise, static pressure and gas pressure. System is working great at this time. Helped customer change batteries and went over thermostat controls with them. KianooshM
Duct cleaning estimate for home with 12 supplies and 2 returns. Ductwork is in tact, but is laying loose over the attic studs. Spoke with homeowner and will clean ductwork today.
Blue shield protection plan furnace tune up and dryer vent cleaning. Inspected ductwork, evap coil, reme halo UVC air purifier and heat exchanger from above. Inspected flue, drain line and drain pan. Checked blower, heat exchanger from below and wiring. Cycled system in, checked gas pressure, amps, heat rise, and order of operation. System is running well at this time. Left extra filters with customer. Checked dryer vent. Went on roof and removed a good amount of clogged debris from rooftop by hand. Cleaned from below with 4 passes and cleaned up surrounding area. Set washer and dryer back in place and ensured they turn in properly.
Duct cleaning inspection for home with sand in the ducts and boots. After inspecting floor supplies, found that the boots are rusted, as are some of the visible galvanized joints. The upstairs return ductwork is composed of older Grey Mylar and has deteriorated as well. Went over options with customer, including leaving system and building sand traps, having ductwork sealed and flipping system upstairs. Customer is interested in having a senior tech out to give an estimate on a new system with ductwork in the attic.
Duct cleaning inspection for home with 17 supplies and 4 returns. Home has 2 systems upstairs and downstairs. Home is 2 years old but has a lot of dust and debris from new construction in the area. Went over options with customer and got approval to proceed with work. Layed drop sheets where needed. Removed vents and grills. Duct cleaned supplies with 1-3 passes each and returns with 7-9 passes each. Cleaned vents and grills with microfiber cloth and spinning brush. Replaced customer supplied 4â€ 1 year MERV 11 filters and sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray. Set thermostat back to customer preferred settings. Ductwork is good and clean at this time, recommend having air ducts cleaned about every 5 years.
Blown in insulation. Prep equipment and attic for job. Attic starting R-Value is between R0 and R8. Inspected soffits and whirlybird vents. Increased insulation with fiber glass pink panther blown in insulation to R-38-R42 throughout. Cleaned up excess debris and debriefed with customer on energy savings. Reset HVAC system to customer customer preferred settings. See attached before and after photos.
Duct cleaning inspection for home with floor supply ducts. Performing CDC social distancing courtesy guidelines today. Customer had ductwork cleaned recently in the last 3 years and was wanting to have them cleaned again. After initial inspection, found that several supplies had light amounts of sand in the boots. Explained the high water table issues we can have in Oklahoma to customer and went over options. For. It will perform a video inspection. After inspection of all supplies, found that no major rust points are present. 1) The supply in the entry is showing signs of stress as it is egg shaped about 8 feet in. No break points were detected and the duct is still functional. 2) The office and bedroom supplies in NW corner of home both have small openings at the joint connecting the boots. With customer approval, will seal both of these with mastic air sealant. 3) The central living area supply has some light sand around the joint about 4 feet in, but not enough to cause major con