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Since Interstate Heating and Air Conditioning was founded in 2002, Arcadia, OK knew they could rely on us for professional and pleasant service.
For a regular AC tune-up, you can expect to pay between $75-$200. However, some factors that can affect the cost include:
- The age of your unit.
- The condition of your unit.
- When your unit was last serviced.
- If the unit needs any additional repairs or parts replaced.
- Whether or not you’re a member of a maintenance plan.
HVAC maintenance has many benefits to your home and your air. Some of the main benefits include:
- Improved air circulation.
- Improved indoor air quality.
- Increased system efficiency.
- Lower energy bills.
- Fewer repairs needed.
- Longer system lifespan.
Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning offers several HVAC maintenance plan options at low prices so you can get the peace of mind that regular tune-ups provide at a rate you can afford.
Air conditioners can stop cooling for a number of reasons. Typically, the cost to have an AC that is not cooling repaired ranges from $163-$520, with most people paying an average of $336. However, AC repair costs vary based on what kind of unit you have, how damaged the unit is, the parts that will need to be repaired or replaced and the cost for labor. To have your AC repaired near Arcadia, contact the professionals at Interstate today.
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KAREN - Arcadia, OK
We've had some issues with our heat pumps and Jake @ Interstate has been very helpful with explaining and resolving the issues. Jake is always professional and courteous. We particularly appreciate Interstate's efforts to get to our home quickly to resolve the matter during our frigid weather. Thank you!
I arrived for a new customer no heat call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the furnace will not hold a pilot light. I inspected the system and found the gas pressures supplying the pilot light to be barely moving any gas at all. I recommended to replace the gas valve and pilot hot assembly to get the system running. The homeowner wanted to look into financing on their own. I sent the email containing the financing options and explained all financing to the homeowner.
I arrived to inspect a barn to install a mini split. I spoke with the homeowner and found that they are looking to get a mr cool system installed. We compared bids on them purchasing the mr cool system and us installing the system vs us installing a Samsung mini split. They decided to try and find a mr cool system for us to install. They want a 110V mini split installed. The price to install the mini split is with all parts provided to get the system running. If any additional parts are needed we will charged for the extra parts and labor to install what parts are needed to get the system running.
On October 15, 2021 I arrive to Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup upon arrival agree to the customer are then pulled nine washable filters out cleaned on reinstall them are then went to the heaters did Amp draw on the blowerCheck the capacitors checked gas pressure did amp drawâ€™s on the inducer motor pulled and clean the flame sensors Testedoverall system operations everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business mike t
Inspected ductwork for duct cleaning, most supplies are in the slab and returns are running to 5 package units on roof. Supplies are not cleanable with our equipment, after going over further details, I recommended Tri link and Phoenix restoration services to customer.
I arrived for a recall on a air handler. I spoke with the boss and for that the main issue was the indoor system will not run. I inspected the system and found the the 5 amp fuze to have been blown and the transformer to have failed. I replaced both components and traced a short down to the thermostat wire in the thermostat wire that feeds the outdoor condenser. I showed the homeowner the issue and we decided to replace the thermostat wire with the cost of the fuze discounted from the total cost. We also inspected the duct work to the same system and found the duct work to be to small for this system. We compared amps on the block motor with more and less return air and seen the difference reflect in the systems static pressure. The homeowner is going to think about the duct installation for a later date.
Upstairs no cool, found 5A fuse on control board blown, checked all low voltage controlled components for direct short, non found, replaced 5A fuse, unit operating normally, 98 deg. upstairs, recommended to homeowner that surge protectors be installed on air handler and condensing unit. Homeowner declined
No cool upstairs, found bad transformer on high voltage side. Replaced transformer. Washed condenser coil, dual run cap is good, contactor is good. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good, unit operating normally. Homeowner was out of town and does not know when system stopped working. Suspect strong storms caused power surge.
I arrived for a blue member no cool call. I inspire system and found that the system is tripping the low voltage fuze. I inspected the system and found the contactor on the condenser to be shorted. I replaced the contactor under warranty and check the systems operation after. I found the system to come on and run with no issues. The homeowner had a solar panel installed and this could be a issue with the brown outs and the spike of poor when the system comes back on.
arrived on 15 April to conduct to AC PMs to get all filters cleaned and put them back clean condensers checked everything everythingâ€˜s within tolerance nothing else to add at this time.
I arrived for a blue member heat pump issue. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the heatpump will run but it has a lot of ice buildup on the system. I inspected the system and found the timing to have been set at 90 min. I changed it to 30 min defrosted time. I also rechecked the thermostat settings and we set the heatpump lock out at 35 deg. I explained how the system operates and that the outdoor system dose run during defrost mode.
I arrived for a blue member no heat call. I first inspected the system and found the heat pump to have a refrigerant leak at the outdoor system. This was locking the compressor out and preventing the system from running. The condenser fan motor is also showing signs of overheating and the motor is over amping. I recommend to replace the outdoor system to avoid future breakdowns with this system. We discussed the differences in all systems and we decided to install a two stage as/heat pump. This outdoor system will come with a 10 year parts warranty and a one year labor warranty. We will clean up the wiring inside the furnace cabinet and in the thermostat housing. We will also replace the thermostat so that we can control the system in all modes.
I arrived for a blue member system not running. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the outdoor heat pump will not run. I checked the systems operation and found that the thermostat was set to not operate the heat pump below 35 deg. I then explained the systems operation to the homeowner and how a heatpump system operates. They mentioned that the lights do dim when the heat pump kicks on. I offered to install a hard start kit on this system to help the system fight the start up amps. We decided to install the hard start kit on this system. I then cycled the system in heatpump mode and emergency mode and found no issues with the systems operation at this time.
I arrived to perform a non-member tuneup on a furnace. After speaking with the customer found out that they have three furnaces in the home. All three furnaces were located and I did my tuneup on all three. The east furnace is in good operating condition the attic furnace needs a capacitor it is 3.1 out of 5 ÂµF the garage furnace is in condition. I checked all amp draws voltages all blower wheels are clean gas pressures are within spec only one capacitor out of the three furnaces and that is out of spec resurfaced all flame sensors all igniters are within spec as well. The customer has declined the capacitor replacement and she will give us a call when she figures out if her warranty company will cover the capacitor and have us perform the work. The customer also declined all three memberships due to the fact that they are selling the home.
Dual system Blue shield protectiion plans for fall maintenance. Both systems have 90% propane gas furnaces and heat pumps. Pulled all washable filters. Filter in upstairs sun deck is still. A pleated 12x12 and replaced. Washed out all filters and set in sun to dry. Downstairs; checked and cleaned flame sensor on American Standard. Opened blower cavity and checked capacitors. Checked and inspected drain and flue. Checked evaporator coil and float switch. Cycled system on and off between emergency heat to check propane and heat to check heat pump in reverse mode. Replaced gas cap after checking propane gas pressure. Heat pump fan motor capacitor reading low at 3.7/5 mfd, with customer permission I replaced it. Checked amp draws inside and outside at starting, high and low speeds. Replaced filters after they were dried. Upstairs; checked and cleaned flame sensor on Amana 90% gas furnace. Opened blower cavity and checked insulation. Checked and inspected drain and flue. Checked evapor
Came out to call. I was out to do the maintenance recently on the units. Customer said East unit had stopped working and was making a noise. I checked system over and found the system had locked itself out. I reset condenser and cooled down the compressor. System came back on but was freezing up quickly. I checked equipment in attic and found the variable speed motor not ramping up like its supposed to and was barely blowing any air. I reset module plugs and cycled it on again. Motor started and was operating properly. Discussed with customer about the module on the motor possibly malfunctioning, but it was operating after I reset the plugs. We talked over options, and customer wants to wait and see how it operates over the weekend. I will keep ticket open and have the model number on file in case I need to order it. Return to install previously recommended ecm motor replacement recommended by Isaac. Install new motor tested amp draw and verified motor is ramping up to correct speed.
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 AC systems. Took out and washed customers electrostatic filters. While I let those dry I inspected the blower assemblies, electrical components, wiring, evaporator coils, drains, ducting, and overall condition of equipment in home. Reinstalled filters. Checked and tested thermostat operation, amps, temperatures and pressures of condensers. Checked capacitor, compressor, contactor, fan motor, and control boards. Cleaned condenser coils thoroughly. Both systems are cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Arrived to not cooling well service call performed system evaluation. Found system slightly low refrigerant. Spoke with customer. Customer chose to add refrigerant. With customer approval added 14oz r22 to system. System cooling at this time. Washed condenser. Customer will replace filters. System running as designed. If system becomes low on refrigerant in near future I suggest leak repair be performed.
Preventative Maintenance Service on American Standard, Carrier, and Goodman HVAC Systems
Duct cleaning home with upstairs and downstairs systems.
Lennox AC not cooling. Dual capacitor swollen and bad. Install new dual capacitor
Change out Carrier 14 Seer heat pump.
Perform free second opinion. Test all capacitors, motors. Performed leak check to amana system. Found leak at condenser unit. Customer has decided to replace condenser with 16 seer carrier condenser.
Diagnostics on AC system. Compressor failed. Capacitor replacement
Trane AC maintenance. Replace contactor, filters and hard start kit