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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.
HVAC maintenance should cost around $150-$350 per year in Edmond, OK. HVAC maintenance typically includes:
- A cleaning of your HVAC unit.
- An inspection of your HVAC unit.
- A lubrication of your HVAC unit’s moving parts.
- A replacement of your HVAC unit’s air filter.
If you get your HVAC system on a maintenance plan, you will usually be able to receive additional benefits such as discounts on service calls and repairs. To get your HVAC system maintenanced, call us today.
You should schedule a tune-up for your AC system twice a year (once in the Spring and once in the Fall). AC maintenance typically involves inspection and testing of the system to make sure it’s working as efficiently as possible, including cleaning, lubricating, tightening and calibrating the AC components. Seasonal service appointments are essential in making sure your AC lasts a long time and functions at maximum efficiency.
Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can help make sure that your system continues to supply you with cool air for many years to come. For more information on the AC services we offer, call us today.
Yes, having your AC routinely serviced is vital in making sure your unit continues to run as efficiently as possible and doesn’t run into any problems. It can also help to extend the life of your system, improve your air quality and save you money on your energy bills. You should aim to have your AC serviced at least once a year.
To find out how Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can help you improve your AC system, call us today.
If your AC isn’t cooling, it could be a sign that a number of things have gone wrong with your system. Some of the most common causes of this include:
- Dirty air filter.
- Thermostat set to “on” instead of “auto.”
- Refrigerant leak.
- Blocked condenser unit.
- Damaged compressor.
To find out how Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can help you improve your AC system with maintenance or repair, contact us today.
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Our Reviews by City
BRETT - Edmond, OK
Summer annual tuneup
DAVID - Edmond, OK
Great, efficient service
CHERYL - Edmond, OK
I’ve been impressed with Interstate Heat and Air. This was their second visit to my home. Both times they were here early and worked very hard to make sure both my A/C and heater were functioning properly.
Great Service, Thorough, Fair Price
Lara - Edmond, OK
Eilane - Edmond, OK
Always a pleasure to do business with interstate heating and air. Great customer satisfaction always.
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.
Outstanding as always
GARY - Edmond, OK
Chris did a great job explaining everything to me.
JOHN - Edmond, OK
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
JEFF - Edmond, OK
As usual, Interstate Heating sent a highly qualified technician for the biannual check. Chris did a super job!
Outstanding service very professional
GARY - Edmond, OK
And a military discount
LEWIS - Edmond, OK
Chris, with Interstate Heating & AC take great care of my 3 units. Thorough job. Just right!
Great and fast service!!
MICHELLE - Edmond, OK
Very Knowledgeable and thorough
Ron - Edmond, OK
Isaac was a welcomed change to another company’s representative. He was extremely thorough and very patiently answered all of our questions. When he left we felt we could make an educated decision on what we needed to do. We promptly received an email with all of the options we discussed. It was so nice to work with someone who wasn’t trying to upsell us.
DAVID - Edmond, OK
Superb as always!!
JOHN - Edmond, OK
JACLYNN - Edmond, OK
FRANCIS - Edmond, OK
This gentleman was very professional and extremely pleasant. He really knew what he was doing. He is an asset to your company.
Great as always
DAN - Edmond, OK
I am consistently impressed with interstate. Jake helped me on my most recent call. He knows his stuff.
Great problem solver
KEN - Edmond, OK
He found the problem snd how to solve it.
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
On July 24, 2021 I rode to the silver club member for a spring tuneup upon arrival agree to the customer then went to the thermostat and turned it on and checked system operationâ€˜s after that I went to the furnace did Andros check the blower customer want to go ahead and take a peek at the humidifier checked it itâ€™s not leaking water hair doesnâ€™t look too bad I then went out to the condensing unit jake the components washed the condenser and check the charge unit had 13Â° sub cooling everythingâ€˜s working properly at this timeThank you for your business Mike T
23JUL2021 Jason B Arrived at recent tune up. Spoke with homeowner about issue. Went outside to inspect the condenser. Checked pressures and amp draws capacitor and contactor. Found nothing unusual, and no out-of-ordinary noise other than the fan cover rattling a little bit. Put tape under the fan cover to stop the rattling. Further spoke with the homeowner and they explained that it was definitely not rattling that they heard and that it sounded that the system was just working too hard. I confirmed that the system is not making the noise presently. I spoke with them about a test and verify. I will not be charging for todayâ€™s service. Please let us know if the system is making that noise again.
Silver club summer service. Blower motor capacitor is good,blower motor and wheel are clean, condensate is clear. Washed condenser coil, dual run cap and contactor are good. Checked operation and found system low on R-410A. Added 1lb R-410A. All amps and pressures are good. System operating normally.
Silver club summer service x 2. Both blower motor run caps are good, both indoor coils are clean, both condensates are clear. Washed both condenser coils. Downstairs unit- dual run cap and contactor are good. Checked operation and found system low on R-410A. Added 2 lbs R-410A. All amps and pressures are good on downstairs system. Upstairs unit- replaced weak dual run cap, contactor is good. Checked operation and found system low on R-410A. Added 2lbs R-410A. All amps and pressures are good on upstairs system. Both units operating normally at this time.
Blue shield summer service x2. Replaced all filters (5). Blower motor run caps are good, blower motors and wheels are clean, condensate drains are clear. Downstairs unit- replaced bad condenser fan motor run cap, compressor run cap is good, contactor is good, washed condenser coil, checked operation and found unit low on R-22. Added 1lb R-22. All amps and pressures are good. Upstairs unit- washed condenser coil, dual run cap is good, contactor is good, checked operation, all amps and pressures are good. Both systems are operating normally at this time.
Performed summer service. Replaced filter, blower motor capacitor is weak, rated 7.5uf, actual 6.1uf. Washed condenser coil, dual run capacitor is good, contactor points starting to get burned and pitted, slight vibration in unit. Suspect condenser fan blade slightly bent, found system low on R-22. Homeowner declined all repairs, except R-22. Added 1lb R-22. Unit operating normally at this time.
Performed summer service, blower motor capacitor is good, blower motor and wheel are clean, washed condenser coil, dual run capacitor and contactor are good. Checked operation. All amps and pressures are good, unit operating normally.
Came out to call for a condensation leak in the utility closet. Customer stated that it started a day or so ago and has now started to create a water puddle in the garage. I checked system over and found the drain line clogged and also the system needing to be serviced. Customer was scheduled later in the week for maintenance, but wanted to go ahead and get it taken care of today. I cleaned out the drain and recommended a pan treatment to keep this from happening, and customer approved. I installed the pan treatment, replaced the over due filter in the home. Cleaned condenser coil. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is now cooling properly without anymore leaking. Pan treatment comes with a no clog guarantee for a year.
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.
Summer service, replaced 3 filters that homeowner provided, blower motor capacitor is good, motor and wheel are clean, condensate drain is clear. Washed condenser coil, compressor capacitor is good, contactor is good. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good, system operating normally.
Homeowner maintains washable filters. Blower motor capacitor is good, blower motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, condensate drain line is clear.washed condenser coil, dual run capacitor and contactor are good. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good, unit operating normally. Homeowner said that small addition was not cooling. Found supply register closed, homeowner opened register, addition should cool now.
No cool, found system low on refrigerant R-410A, added 3lbs R-410A. Homeowner does know that there is leak. Advised homeowner that if system goes low again, we will need to to an electronic leak check, unit operating normally at this time.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated the AC at his shop quit working suddenly and he couldnâ€™t get it to come back on. I checked the system over and found the fuse on the disconnect bad, and the capacitor out of range. Went over needed and recommended repairs with customer. Customer has me replace the fuse and the capacitor. I replaced the fuses and changed out the capacitor in the system. Plugged disconnect back in and system came on with no issues. I checked amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. Found system just out of range on my temperature chart. Recommended adding a little refrigerant to get it back to where it needs to be. I added .8lbs of R22 to get system back in range. Went over some options for replacement as well since the system is 15 years old, and customer was curious about it. Customer will look into replacement next year.
I arrived to a previous customer no cool call. I inspected the system and found the condenser fan motor to be pulling high amps and spinning extremely slow. I recommended to replace the motor at this time then check how the system runs after. We agreed to replace the motor. After I installed the new motor I checked the systems refrigerant charge and found it to be running within the data plates specifications.
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that they have had a previous company come out and charged the upstairs system and said that they need new systems. I inspected the downstairs system with the homeowner and showed all my findings to the homeowner. I found the downstairs systems evaporator coil to be leaking oil and refrigerant in the evaporator coil. The coil is fairly clean but it is rusted. I then inspected the condenser with the homeowner and found the capacitor to be non readable and will not run the compressor or condenser fan motor. I showed the homeowner the capacitor readings of the old capacitor and the new capacitor before we put the component on. We agreed to install the new capacitor. Once the new capacitor was installed we cycled the condenser on and we found the subcooling to be running at 3.3 deg and it needs to read between 11 deg and 15 deg subcooling. I found the condenser fan motor to be running at 1.1 amps and it is not to
I arrived Friday 5:44 called and left messages and a card on the door. No one answered. When I get a call back I will come back and inspected system. I arrived Friday 9:06 for a club member no cool call. I inspected the system and found the capacitor on the condenser to have failed and will not let the compressor run. I replaced the capacitor that is under warranty and found the system to come on and operate with no other issues.
Arrived on July for an air conditioning no cool put my gauges on it found that the sub cooling was 7.3 in the superheat was 1.5 social separation between 9Â° went up to the attic to verify text me doesnâ€™t seem to be working properly but also had some insulation pulled away and was sucked up against the evaporator secure that.
Ride July 8 to conduct to AC PMs found the upstairs unit was low on charge due to the Schrader valve tightened up the Schrader stop the leak customer authorized additional 3 pounds of 410 A system checked contactors capacitors evaporator blowerâ€™s everything else was intolerance customer change their own filters flushed drain lines clean condensers
Arrived on eight July for a noise complaint found is a sheet metal on the condenser was rattling tighten it up everything as well.
Arrived on a 8 July for two air conditioning maintenance inspected both evaporators blower contactors and capacitors all was with in tolerance. Checked charge on both they were within tolerance customer changes there own filters. Upstairs unit had clogged drain line cleared line all is well.
Arrive six July for air-conditioning tuneup spec blower drain line evaporator contactor and capacitor on the condenser clean coil on condenser checked charge had 22Â° superheat and 3.6Â° of sub cooling to fix office system change filters customer supplied no issues at this time.
04JUL2021 Jason B Arrived for non club no cool. Spoke with Jeff about the system condenser is coming on but not fan. Fan capacitor reading 6.7 of 7.5 fan amps reading 2.2 of 1.2 tried running system with new capacitor. Still no action from fan. Will have to reschedule as Iâ€™m out of 825 rpm fans at the moment. Replace original capacitor, and and left disconnect in off position. Install new fan motor and run cap.
I arrived to bid a system flip that we recently installed for a club member that just moved into the home. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the first time it rained the ducts filled up with water. I inspected the attic and found it to have a small attic space and the only issue is that the entry way is taller than the rest of the house and I cannot see that area of the attic. I suggest to have thunder ducts come out and see if they can seal the duct in the ground vs having a carpenter relocate the attic studs to fit the new system in the attic.
Arrive second of July for air conditioning no cool found a bug in the contactor cleared but tested verify the system everything checked out fine.
Arrived on second of July for an air conditioning preventative maintenance times two she was due for her complementary evaporator cleaning so clean to evaporators checked blowers checked contactor and capacitorâ€˜s everythingâ€™s within tolerance checked charge on both units a Goodman unit was a pound low add a pound covered under service plan changed filters 10 by 20s by onesÃ—6. Flush drain lines with water to ensure proper flow.