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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
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!
Very pleased with the service
Wendy - Edmond, OK
The problem was quickly diagnosed and taken care of. Adam was very courteous and knowledgeable. I will most likely call again, if not even sign up for the maintenance service. Thanks!
CHARLENE - Edmond, OK
Adam found what was wrong right off. He also installed our unit 5 years ago. We sure would like to have him service our unit from now on if possible.
These guys are awesome!!
S Brown - Edmond, OK
been using them for two different houses we own and they are always prompt, courteuous and i can always trust their work. Would definitely recommend them!!
Brandon is great
JAMES - Edmond, OK
Good service, excellent person
MARCO - Edmond, OK
Technitian spreads a lot of trust. Very nice person too. I enjoyed his accent. Thanks for coming Brandon
Adam was very thorough and explained problem to us
ROGER - Edmond, OK
GARRY - Edmond, OK
Technician, Adam was very knowledgeable, friendly and service was great!
CHARLENE - Edmond, OK
Brandon was great, thanks.
Great company to deal with
Bob - Edmond, OK
I’ve used Interstate for over 3 years now. They’re available 24/7, keep you posted as to the technicians ETA, reasonable prices, and the most courteous and professional technicians in the business.
John - Edmond, OK
Our technician was fantastic. Very friendly.
DAVID - Edmond, OK
Great service, beautiful job,very conscientious servicemen
ROGER - Edmond, OK
Both Jason and Jeremiah were meticulous, hard working, very courteous and caring.
Available at short notice, competent
JAI - Edmond, OK
Was surprised they were available at short notice in the midst of summer to come look at couple AC units, and they came around 5pm as promised and didn’t charge ‘extended hour charges’. Adam also was competent and communicating with him was a breeze.
ABOVE & BEYOND!!
REGINA - Edmond, OK
Adam always goes above and beyond my expectations!! Everything is working great and all areas he works in are cleaner & better than before. He has great work ethics and very trustworthy!!
Great service, very courteous technicians
Bob - Edmond, OK
Very pleased with their service. Highly recommend this company.
ABBI - Edmond, OK
CHARLENE - Edmond, OK
Very professional, love your company is practicing social distancing until this is over.
Rick - Edmond, OK
NOEL - Edmond, OK
Interstate provides excellent customer service. Tech are polite, courteous and qualified.
TOM - Edmond, OK
Very professional and friendly.
Blue shield protection plan heating tune up on American Standard 90% furnace and Fujitsu heat pump mini split system upstairs. Customer recently changed filters. Customer has not had to turn heat on yet. Inspected main blower assembly, heater, burners, flame sensor, electrical components, and ductwork. The overall condition of system is looking good. Inspected and tested thermostat functions, amps, capacitors, temperatures, and gas pressures. Inspected ducted mini split amps and temperature split in heating and cooling modes. Both systems are heating well at this time!
I arrived for a silver member ac pm and heat pm. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the upstairs system will only heat on emergency heat. I inspected both indoor systems located in the attic. I found both pan treatments to be completely depleted. I also found no issues with both blower motors or heat strips at this time. I found both evaporator coils to be extremely rusted but clean. I then inspected both heat pumps units and found all capacitors to be in good condition. I found both contactors to be black and pitted. I also found the the upstairs system to be running low on refegerant charge. I made the homeowner aware of all issues and we decided to try and keep both this system running as long as possible. We agreed to all recommended repairs at this time. I replaced both pan treatments and both contactors on both heat pumps located outside. I then preformed a leak search on the upstairs system and had to pull the evaporator coil out to gain access to the back of the ev
Silver club fall furnace tune up on Lennox high efficiency system. Asked customer about filters, and we were just out for a summer tune up and washable filters are still clean at this time. System has been running well and customer has not had to turn on heat yet. Cycled system through preliminary stages, then checked and cleaned flame sensor. Checked evaporator coil and drain line. Checked blower and heat exchanger from both sides. Checked hoses and connections. Checked flue and dryer exhaust vent. Cycled system on and checked proper sequence of operation. Tested electrical and gas. Replaced gas plugs. Tested heat rise and delta temperatures. System is running great at this time!
Blue shield plan fall service on 2018 Carrier 80% gas furnace. Gave customer fresh 14x24 and 14x30 filters with SPP to change out. Asked about hot and cold spots in home, and home is cooling and heating well. Customer did have an issue with a noise above bathroom, and after inspecting found high side line is vibrating and rubbing against a piece of metal above bathroom at the entry point. I insulated this line at this point and wedged it in to ensure it would stay in place and greatly reduce any noise. Checked and cleaned flame sensor. Inspected flue. Checked plenums, evap coil, blower wheel and heat exchanger from both sides. Cycled system through all stages and checked gas pressure and replaced cap. Checked electrical and took delta t measurements. System is running well at this time. Recommend surge protectors to help protect system investment from intermittent power surges. Customer renewed Blue SPP.
Red shield protection plan furnace tune up on 2020 80% gas Comfort Maker system. Changed filters included with red SPP and asked customer about dust levels and they are much less. Asked about return sucking sound in home when system turns in, and customer has gotten used to it. Checked and cleaned flame sensor. Checked blower, heat exchanger from both sides, evaporator coil and drain line. Cycled system on and checked proper order of operation. Checked gas pressure, replaced cap. Checked carbon monoxide levels in supply plenum and verified at zero. Checked amps and system is operating in manufacturer specifications. Talked more about our UVC lights and customer wants to hold off still.
Blue shield protection plan fall tune up on 2016 Carrier split system. Asked customer about home is cooling and heating and it is doing great. Changed 4 10x20 filters included with blue SPP. Cleaned and sealed some insulation coming off filter cabinet side panel. Checked heat exchanger, blower and cleaned flame sensor. Blower wheel is lightly dirty and could use a cleaning. Customer has a grandson who is coming to visit and will have him clean it out. Checked evaporator coil and drain line. Checked hsi and crossover ports. Replaced cabinet doors and flue, ensured flue was properly set through attic and roof. Cycled system on and checked electrical. Checked gas pressure and replaced plug. System cycled up through all stages properly and is working great at this time.
Silver club dual maintenance visit for heating and cooling systems. Asked customer about filters and they were just changed. Customer is no longer using electronic air cleaner over the return plenum. Checked furnace blower, heat exchanger and cleaned hot surface igniter. Washed out condensing unit and checked contactor, hard start lint and dual capacitor. Dual capacitor on condenser had failed, and compressor was starting from hard start kit only. HSK and contactor still functional. With approval, I changed the dual capacitor. Cycled system on heat and checked electrical and gas components. Checked evaporator coil, drain and float switch. Switched to cooling mode and checked amps bolts and refrigerant pressure. System is operating well at this time. Customer asked about having had some water in ducts from a recent plumbing issue that was fixed. As a courtesy for peace of mind, I scoped the back bedroom supply vents to show that there were no standing water issues, and explained how t
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 AC systems. Inspected filters, blower assemblies, electrical components, evaporator coils, drains, and overall condition and operation of equipment in closet spaces. Customer stated that he had troubles with the upstairs unit leaking water last week and has shut it off since. While doing the inspection I went ahead and tested the drain with nitrogen to make sure there were no clogs. Drain didnâ€™t seem to be backup. Everything was pretty much dry from not running this week, so itâ€™s hard to say what happened. Customer had me replace the pan treatment to help keep drain pan and drain clean on both systems. Checked and tested thermostat operation, wiring, capacitors, contactors, compressors, fan motors, amps temperatures and pressures. When I cycled on the upstairs unit the first time, the compressor wasnâ€™t on. I pulled disconnect and reinserted it. Compressor kicked on and my pressures were still equaling out for a few seconds at 250, before st
Silver club AC service. Asked customer about how home is cooling, if the room with the collapsed duct had been addressed and about filters. Home is cooling well, and customer purchased a portable room AC for the room with the collapsed duct for the time being. Filters were also recently changed. Customer had an animal chew on the line set insulation, so I patched and retapped the damaged sections. Washed condenser, checked dual capacitor and contactor. Checked dryer vent and customer is using a garage discharge system. Checked hot water tank and customer is looking to switch to a tankless system. Both surge protectors are working well. Checked evaporator coil, drain line and float switch. Checked blower and tested amps. Tested condenser amps, outside delta t and refrigerant pressure. System is operating great at this time. Talked about and left estimates for our washable Merv 13 filters and our UVV UVC lamps. Also emailed a video regarding lamps.
Came out to call. Tenant said that there was a leak coming from closet and water was all over the floor. I checked system over and found the main drain from evaporator coil was draining into a drain attached to the house plumbing. The main drain in utility closet tying into the plumbing is back up and I tried to unclog it, but it didnâ€™t do anything. Customer will need to call a plumber out to clear the line. Shut ac off for now and turned the fan on to circulate air. Let tenant know that the system will need to stay off until issue is fixed, to prevent any damage.
Came out to call. Customer stated we were out less than a month ago to do the service on both systems, and now the downstairs system wasnâ€™t working. I checked AC over and found the system not on outside. I checked power and AC didnâ€™t have voltage to it. I also found the capacitor bulging out. Checked capacitor and it was bad. I discussed with customer about what I found and the repair needed. Customer approved me installing a new capacitor to check system. I replaced capacitor, reset breaker, and cycled unit back on. System came on properly, but compressor was pulling high LRAâ€™s and sounded like it was struggling. I informed customer about the compressor starting to weaken and recommended a hard start kit to keep it running. Customer is aware that the system will need to be replaced soon and will like to hold off on the hard start kit for now, and will possibly have it added next AC service if it lasts till then. System is now cooling properly, given its condition. I did not cha
Came out to call. Customer stated AC wasnâ€™t cooling and temperature in home wasnâ€™t dropping. AC is a 14 year old Carrier unit. Customer recently replaced filters. I checked system over and found the capacitor depleted, and not allowing the system to run. I also noticed the contactor severely pitted and burned. I brought both issues to customers attention and went over pricing with customer. Customer approved both repairs for the discounted price we agreed upon. Changed out the capacitor and contactor on system. Fastened and connected existing wiring to both components. Cleaned condenser coil thoroughly, and cycled system on. System is now cooling properly. Recommended maintenance plan to keep unit running.
Came out to call. Customer stated system wasnâ€™t cooling properly and the system outside wasnâ€™t coming on like it usually does. I checked system over and found the run capacitor for the system was out. System was also dirty and needed cleaned. System is still under warranty, but labor isnâ€™t. I replaced the capacitor under warranty and washed the unit. After replacing the capacitor, I checked amps on electrical components to ensure nothing else was malfunctioning. System is now cooling properly.
Came out to call. Property is of an elderly community of homes. Tenant stated that the system wasnâ€™t cooling below 76. He says he usually keeps it around that temperature, but he turns it down when he has guests over and today the temperature rose to 78. Filters are changed regularly by a maintenance crew. I checked system over and found it to be running but needing to be cleaned. I cleaned the condenser coil. Tested and checked amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System was running a tad under recommended temperature. I added 13.5 Ozâ€™s of 410a to get correct charge. HVAC equipment was installed late of last year, so the charge couldâ€™ve been off from the start. System is cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Came out to call. Customer said AC wasnâ€™t cooling properly and the system outside shut off. I checked system over and found it operating but temps were high. Checked condenser coil and found it completely covered in cotton wood, which isnâ€™t allowing the system to breathe and shutting off on high limit. I cleaned condenser coil, checked components, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Recommended customer have routine maintenance done on system to keep the system clean and running efficiently.
I came back out for a noise in one of the new increased return grills. There was a thudding sound. I cycled the system and checked airflow. The noise was the filter being sucked up against the frame of the filter grill. I bet he the filter tabs on the filter grill so it holds the filter in place. I cycled the system again and there was no more this coming from that grill.
Came out to perform a tune up on a 4 year old Lennox AC system. I inspected and changed the filters for customer. Customer stated system didnâ€™t seem to be cooling like it usually does and wanted it to be checked out. I inspected the blower assembly, electrical components, drain, ductwork, and overall operation of equipment. I cleaned the condenser coil thoroughly. Checked and tested thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System was low on refrigerant. I did a complimentary minor leak search and checked all the welds, and could find anything at this time. I discussed with customer about the system being low on refrigerant and his options. Recommended a major leak search. Customer wants to hold off on leak search for now and just charge it. He will call in next spring to have the leak search done and have it fixed at that time. I added 2.1lbs of 410a to get system within range. Ac is cooling properly wit
Came out to call. Customer stated system supplying east side of home wasnâ€™t cooling and the condenser fan wasnâ€™t spinning. I checked system over and found the condenser fan motor no longer operational. It had gone out. I discussed with customer