OKLAHOMA CITY AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR
Interstate Heat and Air Technicians are A/C Experts!
Broken air conditioning unit? Unexplainably high energy bills? If you are looking for a solution to your HVAC woes, Interstate is a simple phone call away.
Don’t get stuck in the heat! Our technicians are ready to diagnose, evaluate, and get the job done right. It’s never a pleasant experience when your HVAC system fails to work properly, but there’s no need to panic; Interstate’s got you covered!
An expertly installed and annually maintained A/C system will:
- Provide lasting comfort for decades
- Be energy-efficient and cost-effective
- Never require costly repairs
No A/C Repair Job Is Too Big or Too Small for Interstate Heat and Air
Sometimes it may be just a minor problem or issue that prevents you from experiencing the luxurious cooling effects of a working air conditioner. When that happens, a quick call to Interstate in Oklahoma City will deliver one of our skilled AC repair technicians to your door swiftly. We work on all makes and models, including ductless mini-split units.
When we perform an air conditioning repair on your system, we do a full round of troubleshooting to find the cause of the problem first; then we’ll walk you through the repair process. You get full understanding of the problem before we begin work so you can make the final decision, and you’ll know the final cost before we start so there are no hidden fees or sudden surprises. We’ll keep you in the loop every step of the way.
Energy-Efficient and Cost-Effective Services
The Interstate team is made up of qualified and enthusiastic HVAC service professionals. From heating and cooling repairs to annual maintenance and indoor air quality solutions, we do it all!
Newly installed or years old, our technicians are specifically trained to work with any and every type of home comfort system. No matter the job, our technicians will find a solution and get the job done right – the first time!
The customer is always first at Interstate. Every decision made on the job is evaluated and discussed with our client—you will never be in the dark about the work we are doing or how much it will cost. Upfront pricing and high-level professionalism are our promise to you. Every time. Guaranteed.
Do I Need AC Repair?
You may be thinking that it’s fairly obvious when your air conditioner is in need of repair. True, if your system has simply stopped working, will no longer blow cold air, or refuses to turn off, then it’s obvious that you have a problem and need an emergency fix. But not all of the warning signs are as clear and evident. Other signs you may need to schedule a repair are:
- Age: It’s a simple fact that things deteriorate as they age. Most people only replace an AC unit once in their lives, but if your unit is really old and you think it’s having trouble keeping up with the demands of a hot summer, you may need a repair or, if the unit is old enough, a full replacement.
- Utility Bill Increases: Fuel prices and the cost of electricity can vary pretty drastically, but not so much between two months of similar weather that you see a substantial difference in price. If you’re seeing an increase in the cost of running your unit, without an increase the cost per kilowatt at your utility, there’s a problem with your HVAC unit or ventilation system that needs to be addressed by a professional.
- High Humidity: Your HVAC system helps mitigate humidity levels in your home. If your home feels muggy or damp, then something is wrong and you should call a service tech straight away!
- Uneven Cooling: While the hot and cold spots in your home can be due to problems with ventilation ducts, home design, and insulation, they could also be caused by an issue with your AC unit. If the rooms furthest from your unit are significantly warmer than the rooms nearby, or they fail to cool off at all, it’s time to call for professional troubleshooting and repair.
- Low Air-Flow: The final sure sign that there’s a problem with your HVAC system is a low amount of air flow. While this is normally caused by blockages and leaks in your ductwork (or a dirty filter), it could also be a problem with the blower fan in your forced air system. If replacing the air filter doesn’t solve your problem, you may be in need of fan repair or replacement. Give an HVAC professional a call to solve your low airflow problems.