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Interstate Heating and Air Conditioning has been the loyal provider of heating and ac repairs services in Edmond, OK since 2002. Our licensed ac technicians are in your neighborhood everyday providing exceptional customer service along with quality air conditioning repair and replacement. When something is wrong with your HVAC system look no further than Interstate Heating and Air. We can fix your ac and have you cool in no time.
If you want to see why Edmond, OK chooses us for heating and cooling when quality is needed, just have a look at our reviews.
The average range of air conditioning replacement costs in Edmond vary from $2,000 – $10,000. Why such a large range? It’s because there are so many variables that you can factor into your overall costs:
- Size of system
- Efficiency of system
- The condition of your air conditioning
- Any available financing plans
You can get a more specific answer about your air conditioning costs by calling an experienced air conditioning expert at Interstate: (405) 237-4937 or by filling out a quick form online.
Your HVAC system should be checked and tuned up if necessary by an HVAC company twice a year: once for heating and once for cooling.
Interstate is here to make sure that your maintenance brings you as many advantages as possible while reducing the stress of keeping up with it. Call (405) 237-4937 to discuss a plan that’s right for you.
There are so many variables that influence air conditioning repair costs that it’s practically impossible to name every one. But that main ones include:
- Where your unit has been maintained
- Extent of damage
- Part that needs repairing
If you would like a specific estimate for your AC repair, give Interstate a call at (405) 237-4937.
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Our Reviews by City
Awesome service came out with lots of snow and got my heater up and running it was 10%
STEVE - Edmond, OK
Excellent service as always
DAN - Edmond, OK
Kianoosh was great. He was very knowledgeable and explained everything to me while being very professional and friendly.
TERRY - Edmond, OK
Winter preventive check
LEONARDO - Edmond, OK
Very professional and courteous
Diagnose Aprilaire problem
DAVID - Edmond, OK
Efficient, fast through diagnostics
TOM - Edmond, OK
Very professional and knowledgable.
Great service very professional.
Eilane - Edmond, OK
I recommend Brandon Nelson. Such a wonderful person. Explained everything when done. Great service.
MELONIE - Edmond, OK
Great work and very friendly!
Steam humidifier install. Quick, efficient arrived on time.
DAVID - Edmond, OK
Humidifier works great, house much more comfortable.
Great technician — Professional and Kind
JAMES - Edmond, OK
Our technician was awesome/through! Great service from him.
Great Customer Service from outlet technician specifically.
Lara/Jim - Edmond, OK
TOM - Edmond, OK
Prompt response, and great followup
GARY - Edmond, OK
ROGER - Edmond, OK
Very conscientious, they are always quick to come out and service us
STEVEN MILLARD - Edmond, OK
Interstate always do a great job.
LYNN - Edmond, OK
Kianesh was very meticulous and thorough!
Great service. Awesome people.
HERSCHEL - Edmond, OK
LYNN - Edmond, OK
Kianoosh was very conscientious, very thorough, explained all that he would be doing, cleaned up after himself. I highly recommend him.
Meticulous quality of work
ROGER - Edmond, OK
Meticulous work, Jason and Jeremiah truly care about quality of their work
ROYDON - Edmond, OK
BETTY - Edmond, OK
My answer will always be the same, excellent service no matter who may come! All of your employees are, very courteous and knowledgeable!
Great service and easy to work with!
LYNN - Edmond, OK
BETTY - Edmond, OK
I have been with Interstate for seven years or more. I was referred by another veteran that I know! Never a complaint! These guys are top notch with me..
BETTY - Edmond, OK
I always get great service with Interstate H&A. whether to fix something or Do a routine check on the air conditioner or furnace. Thank you, ladies, for being so kind and helpful whenever I call🙋🏽♀️😉
LEWIS - Edmond, OK
On time, friendly and thorough!
Came out to call. Customer has a 90% furnace. I discussed with customer about having a space heater thaw out the unit until this weekend. Told customer we will come back out once it thaws if it doesnâ€™t work at that time. Jake Kring 02-22-2021. I arrived for a no heat silver member. I first spoke with the homeowner and they instructed that both thermostats are calling for heat and their zone control says the heat is running. I inspected the system located in the attic and found that the furnace is losing power from the drain safety on the humidifier side. I then blew the drain line out with nitrogen and found that the drains the furnace, humidifier and air conditioner is clear with no obstructions. I then vacuumed the water out of the drain pan and disassembled the humidifier and checked itâ€™s operation. I ran the humidifier with the heater and found that the drain on the humidifier is working properly with no issues. I then explained that the drain line froze up and the hot water f
I arrived for a non member no heat call. I first inspect the entry way package unit located on the rooftop. I found the far right and middle burners to have had a mud dobber nest built in the manifold not allowing the gas to pass through all wire the system to fire up and run. The gas wouldnâ€™t ignite and trip the role out switches and shut the system down on safety lock out. I remove both nest from inside of the manifold set. I replaced the weak limit switch with the owners approval. I cucumber the system on and for no issues with the system at this time. I then replaced all filters per the owner request and i found a 12â€ duct to be sitting in a 14â€ return grill. This return duct is bringing in attic air and not filtering the air in the building. I brought this up to the owners and we decided to replace the grill with the proper size fittings.
I arrived for a silver member no heat call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the blower motor runs but the heater wonâ€™t heat. I inspected the system and found power to be supplying to the induced motor but the motor is not running. I made the issue aware to the homeowner and we agreed to pick up a motor and replaced the motor today. I picked up the motor and installed the new motor. I cycled the system on by the thermostat and found the system to be running properly at this time.
Arrived to no heat service call and performed system evaluation. Found 90 percent furnace frozen solid. Advised customer the best idea would be to let unit thaw naturaly. Unit frozen all the way to inside induced draft assembly.
Unthawed unit. Made run into bucket for now. Took small supply vent to laundry area off and directed towards furnace. Will return to repair after snow storm.
Arrived to no heat service call and performed system evaluation. Found bad thermostat. Customer chose replace thermostat. Installed new Honeywell thermostat system is running at this time. Thermostat has 5 yr part and labor warranty. System is heating at this time.
Preformed heat preventative maintenance on 80% Lennox furnace cleaned flame sensor checked amps on all motors checked all safeties customer changes filters regularly ðŸ˜. The equipment is operating correctly at this time. Crawled entire attic and found All wyes to be coming apart and three slightly disconnected in sw corner there are too many wyes on the runs and the plenum is duct board and starting to fall apart but has air leaks in it now I recommend replacing the ductwork. This will prolong equipment life and obtain better comfort lower energy cost prevent break down informed customer how bad it has deteriorated and that the air he was half way aware of the issue and told him to let us know when they wanted to do the repairs
New property, silver club furnace tune up on new home system built last June 2020. Spoke with customer about concerns about air quality in home. Inspected 4â€ filter system and showed customer how to change it by gently prying with a screwdriver. Went over details of system air flow and options to help airflow issues to front bedroom and master bedroom, also noted fresh air intake duct and the pros and cons of the fresh air intake system. The ductwork looks to be sealed very well at this time, and the returns and fresh air intake may need to be cleaned periodically. Spoke with customer about our White and Red Shield plans, which come with complimentary duct cleanings every 3 years. Checked flue, evaporator coil, duct work, filter and blower. Checked wiring, hoses and cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure, carbon monoxide levels and delta temperatures. Checked electrical and heat rise. System is working well at this time.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace for customer. Replaced filters inside home, and reminded customer to change them in between services. I inspected the blower assembly, blower motor, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. Checked welds done for past refrigerant leak he had, and verify there arenâ€™t any others. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners and components. Checked thermostat operation, capacitor, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of furnace. Adjusted gas pressure to recommended setting and tested safety and pressure switches. As of right now, there are no issues with how the system is performing for customer. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Recommended duct cleaning to customer to help eliminate built up dust in return duct work and supplies.
Perform fall service on 80% downflow Lenix furnace clean the flame sensor checked amps on motors performed a safety inspection checked all electrical components the system is operating correctly at this time also inspected the insulation in the attic and found it to be in adequate and informed customer about ogne rebate for bringing insulation up to par. Did a ductwork calculation and found system lacking in return air the system is a four ton which needs 1600cfm and is only being supplied with 1275 CFM system is lacking 325 CFM of air which is almost a whole ton of air customer says master bedroom is too hot/cold increasing return air will also increase the supply air because you can only push the amount of air that is brought back through your return. (If you have a four ton system but arenâ€™t bringing back four tons of air you donâ€™t really have a four ton system. )recommend increasing 14 metal pipe to an 18 inch. Also asked customer about the dryer taking to long and she said ye
Preformed fall service on80% GMC furnace cleaned flame sensor checked all electrical components changed the filter ran system through couple cycles system operating correctly at this time
I arrived for a no heat recall. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the system will blow air but not heat. I inspected air handler and found the heat strips to be glowing bright red and shutting off on high limits. I removed the blower motor and inspected the heat strips. I found the heat strips to sag start to burn in some areas. I then inspected the evaporator coil and the return duct. I noticed when I removed the door to the blower motor and evaporator coil that the return duct moves and starts to sag. When I put the doors back on all the return duct sucks together and you can hear the air stress across the blower motor. I then inspected all filters and found all filters to be dirty. The homeowner puts wedges on the filters to keep them from slamming agents the grill when the blower motor starts. I removed all filters and rechecked the system. I found the heat strips to be running normally and not glowing red when all filters are out. I made this aware to the homeowner a
I arrived for a no heat silver member. I inspected the furnace and found the hot surface igniter to have failed. I also found a crack in the heat exchanger on the top side. I made this aware to the homeowner and we decided to replace the furnace vs repair of the furnace. We are to replace the furnace on Friday Jan 29 2021. We are to install a deluxe 80% furnace. Remove the new hot surface igniter and give it back to Jake. Put back in box.
Came out to call for a heat pump emergency heat not heating properly. System is cycling into defrost mode and the heating elements donâ€™t seem to be running. I checked system over and found the system calling for the emergency heat but only one element is on, the other sequencer is faulting, and not allowing the heating elements to come on in sequence. I replaced the sequencer under warranty for customer. Cycled system on and rechecked elements. All electrical elements are on and operational now.
Arrived and found extreme gas smell in the garage soap bubbled all joints in garage and in the attic and where the pipe terminates into the attic the gas smell got even worse went outside where gas line comes into the home and found gas leak where the foundation and pipe meet has broken and deteriorated the line itself instructed Robert he would have to call a plumber. He asked us to check out his hot water tank hole we where there and found his tank to be extremely full of sediment and the tank also had a thermocouple and was starting to mushroom and crack. Gave customer estimate for new tank and with approval went and got tank and installed. Showed customer how to adjust temp if setting isnâ€™t what they want.
Preformed fall service on upflow 80% Ruud two year old furnace cleaned flame sensor checked amps on motors 4.5A of 7 on the blower motor and .06 of 1.05 on induce draft motor customer changes filters regularly ðŸ˜blower and evaporator where clean did a return ductwork calculation and found it to be adequate when I arrived I asked customer if there where rooms to hot/cold he expressed that his daughter says her room is cold crawled the attic and found ductwork all laying on rafters and the old black out dated duct the integrity of ductwork was ok and not deteriorating but found supply duct to the kitchen supply disconnected daughters room tap location is in the middle not strapped and really should be increased to an eight but strapping duct up correctly may supply enough lost air back to the space but increasing to an 8 inch would be a guarantee and ductwork would still need strapped correctly to prolong equipment life,prevent breakdown and strain on the system. While inspecting ductw
Preformed fall service on 80% furnace cleaned flame sensor checked amps on all motors found the induce draft motor running at 1.6 to 1.7 amps the data plate says motor overheats at 1.7 amps recommended replacement customer wants to see if it will make it through the season the capacitor was within specs. I did notice a good amount of dust inside ducts a well the evaporator was clean the ductwork was adequate for he to age Found where water has been coming in at the flashing showed and got approval. Got on the roof and sealed the flashing ran system through a cycle. The system is operating correctly at this time
Preformed fall service on condensing high efficiency furnace cleaned flame sensor checked amps on all motors the blower motor is running at 7.0 a and over heats at 8.5 blower is running pretty high amps but not out of spec the capacitor read 9.8 of 10uf induce draft motor was within spec watched system drain ran system through a cycle the system is operating correctly at this time the customer changes filters regularly ðŸ˜ asked about hot water shortage and they said there was none asked if dryer took longer than it should to dry laundry and talked about drier vent cleaning and customer wanted info and will call to schedule.
Arrived to no heat service call and performed system evaluation. Thermostat improperly configured. Configured thermostat. Found bad defrost control board at condenser. Unit was only running in cool mode due to bad board. Spoke to customer. Customer chose to replace control board. Install new control board with defrost sensor. Tested unit. Heat pump is working correctly and unit will now run dual fuel as needed. System is heating at this time. Customer will replace filter. Spoke to customer about maintenance plans.
Preformed fall service on 80% furnace checked all electrical components cleaned flame sensor checked system in high and low fire. Amps on all motors where good visually inspected hot water tank that was installed on Halloween of 2006 when I arrived customer voiced a concern about pipes nocking when I inspected hot water tank it did seem to have sediment inside and explained to customer that this was due to sediment in the tank/lines causing pressure build up making pipes nock inside the walls the system is operating correctly at this time
Arrived to service call performed system evaluation. Customer had thermostat installed by us recently. Thermostat was off on temperature. Adjusted offset on thermostat to better match temperature. Thermostat was under warranty. No charges to customer.
Preformed fall service on 80% trane furnace all duck work was strapped and neat cleaned flame sensor checked capacitor 14.2 of 15uf capacitor is weak at 14.1uf capacitor may need replaced come the spring. Blower amps where good as where amps on induce draft motor evaporator and blower wheel where clean visually inspected hot water tank it was in good working order it is recommended to flush hot water tank once a year to prolong life of the tank due to less mineral deposits. Inspected the dryer vent and found it not connect to a pipe but to separate trap asked customer about it and they are considering having it re ran looked in the attic and found old exhaust for dryer made from guttering needs about ten feet of pipe and a new flashing the flashing on the roof is incorrect and doesnâ€™t correctly dispose of lint enlisted is an estimate to clean dryer vent and run new pipe to a new flashing this will stop the fire hazard that it is creating by venting incorrectly. The system is operati
Arrived to steam humidifier warranty call. Found pressure hose had slipped of boiler tank. Slack on hose was a little bit tight. Removed humidifier from wall and raised it about 4 inches to put more slack on hose. Tightened hose connections as tight as possible. Turned humidifier on and tested it. No leaks or issues with humidifier at this time. No charges to customer all above work performed under warranty.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t working at all. I checked system over and found the control board faulting. Discussed with customer about repair vs replace. Customer chose to replace furnace, instead of making the costly repair.
I arrived to inspect two water heaters for replacement and a evaporator coil that is leaking. I inspected the system and preformed a leak search with a electronic leak detector and found the evaporator coil to be leaking in at least two locations. I bid to replace the evaporator coil only and I bid to replace the complete system with a premier condenser and a premier 95% gas furnace. I also bid one price for one water heater replacement with a stand to bring it up to code. The water heater price will need to be doubled to replace both heaters. Both heaters will be a 50Gal water heater. The main concern was the bath tub is not staying hot enough long enough. I inspect the tub and found it to only be partially insulated. I recommended to have the bottom side of the tub and the top side of the tub insulated to keep the water at a hotter temperature longer. I also contacted Jetta manufacturers and found that the tub is raited for 50 gallon for one person. We would be removing a 65 gal wate