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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
BOB - Edmond, OK
Very professional, always on time and very informative!! Thank you!!
DAVID - Edmond, OK
Top service and advice
MARCINE - Edmond, OK
Dry good advice, helpful and straight answers to my questions. Will use them from now on for our services.
EMILY - Edmond, OK
Isaac did an amazing job. He is honest and thorough. Best tech!
Chris was courtesy and very knowledgeable!
BETTY - Edmond, OK
Chris and I are military veterans. We talked a little! He was courteous and explained what he serviced and what I did not understand he explained it. Fantastic young man!
Great timely service!
JACLYNN - Edmond, OK
Annual Furnace Check-Up
STEVEN - Edmond, OK
Service man was very professional and very nice.
BRETT - Edmond, OK
Great customer service! Kianoosh arrived on time and was very helpful. He didn’t charge us since our dryer vent didn’t need to be cleaned out after all. He discovered an issue with our dryer and even offered repair advice. I will continue to use Interstate!!
CHARLOTTE - Edmond, OK
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JOHN - Edmond, OK
I think he was very friendly and worked efficiently! I wanted to get the lint duct work cleaned out, but that was a separate deal that needed to be scheduled. I wish that could have all been done in one visit. Other than that i thought it went really well.
BECKY - Edmond, OK
RUSSELL - Edmond, OK
Maintenance, Service & Communication
LEWIS - Edmond, OK
Chris took good care of my equipment, focusing on a couple things of items that might be a problem down the road. Meets my expectations…every time!
JOHN - Edmond, OK
Chris checked our unit, cleaned our air conditioner, and changed our filters.
GARY - Edmond, OK
JEFF - Edmond, OK
Excellent job as usual
GEORGE - Edmond, OK
Great service by Chris
JONATHAN - Edmond, OK
Punctual, professional and fixed the issue.
HERSCHEL - Edmond, OK
Everyone at Interstate has been courteous and professional. Chris is no exception. He was meticulous in doing his job and I have complete confidence in his work and in Interstate Heating and Air. Highly recommend them to anyone.
APRIL - Edmond, OK
efficient service by tech Isaac
KEN - Edmond, OK
Very knowledgeable and helpful
BRENT - Edmond, OK
I appreciate Jake’s time to explain everything. He came ready to work.
Thorough, knowledgeable, and kind
SHERI - Edmond, OK
I’ve always been happy with the service and products from this company, but I have to give special thanks to Jason who came to do my semi-annual check and was not only professional and thorough, but offered to help with anything else I might need afterward. Not just a good company, but genuinely good people.
KEN - Edmond, OK
KEN - Edmond, OK
representative very efficient
Arrived on 26th of January for a humidifier water leak found that the leak was in the in-line filter customer authorized replacement filter checked for leaks none was found humidifier is operational just as a note need to make sure that in-line filters on humidifiers are changed on an annual basis.
Arrived on 25 January to install a thermostat while going into the attic to unplug the unit to install the thermostat heard leaking coming from the hot water tank closet open the closet door and the hot water tank was leaking from the top of the tank and it overflowed the drain pan provided landlord with estimate to replace hot water tank.
Dryer vent cleaning attic exhaust and out the roof. Spoke with customer, and they just had their dryer repaired, but it was still not drying clothes well. After inspection, found the lint built up and exhaust point at rooftop and at the first bend below, in the attic. Removed ductwork and pulled out built up lint at these points by hand. Reattached dryer vent. Cleaned with spinning brush with 3 passes and shop vacced excess debris. Cleaned dryer back to impeller by hand sand with shop vac. Set dryer back in place and cleaned surrounding area. Left some items that had fallen behind dryer on top of it for customer to sort through. Tested and verified proper dryer function. Spoke with customer about our heating and air conditioning services and gave them tips on dryer maintenance.
Arrived on 24 January for a Furnace tuneup please refer to the performance form for any information thank you Chris
21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for no heat. Spoke with Homeowners about systems performance, everything was working well but the temperature dropped 12 degrees over night, throughout the day it slowly caught up. Inspected air handler and thermostat. Set compressor lockout at 32degrees on both stats. Set south system into aux test mode. Took delta T readings only getting 8 degree temperature rise. Checked amps at heat strips. 26a on blower leg, and 3 a on secondary. Heat strips are failing. Will contact Trane to check for parts and give you a call back As soon as possible.
21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for non club tune up, spoke with Daniel about the systems performance. Itâ€™s dimming lights and slowing the bedroom fan speed drastically, and will stay like that entire heating cycle. Inspected air handler and found that this is a 5ton air handler on a 980sqft home. Checked amp load at heat strips 20, 24, 23, 25a this is too much for the size of the home. Turned off two heat strips resulting delta T is 27 degrees. Showed Daniel how to turn on extra heat strips at the air handler breaker. This has resolved the fan and light issue. Checked all amps, sequencers relays and electrical connections. Inspected blower and coil. Everything is running properly at this time. It was great meeting you guys stay safe and warm.
21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up, spoke with Cheryl about the systems performance, no complaints. Cycle system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Pull blower and coil door, inspect heat exchanger, capacitor and blower motor. Reinstall blower pull and clean flame sensor. Test all pressure switches, then reconnect power. Cycle system on in heating. Adjust gas pressure to 1.8 and 3.5 IWC. Inspect HSI, burners, and all safeties. Check amp draws, inducer, gas manifold, temperature split, and CO Levels. System is running properly at this time. S=800 cfm needs 1400 R=1100 cfm needs 1400 (400cfm per ton of cooling) 4 ton system. Recommend we increase all existing ductwork and boot, or decide on rooms with the most trouble heating/cooling. This ductwork increase bid is to maximize efficiency of your existing equipment, not an emergency. Please call with any questions.
Silver club furnace tune up on 2020 Comfort Maker 90% split system. Spoke with customer about last issues of smell, etc and that has rectified itself with the UVC lamp. Customer did have an issue with thermostat shutting off even though the furnace had power sporadically. Inspected wiring and found yellow white and green to be poorly cleaned and connected. Properly attached wiring and cleaned up contact points. Inspected thermostat wiring at furnace and it is in good condition. Customer has a T4 pro Honeywell, talked to them about getting a T6 pro which has a battery backup and can just be replaced with the face. Checked blower, control board, 4â€ filter, heat exchanger from below and flue. Checked drain line, UVC lamp, inducer wiring and tubes and cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on and checked heat rise, carbon monoxide, and adjusted gas pressure to 3.5â€ W.C. It is a newer home addition, so gas pressure may need to be adjusted annually. Checked static pressure. System running
Arrived on 20 January for a furnace tuneup check gas pressure and high and low stage checked flame sensor as well as cleaned it checked hot surface igniter flu zone dampers change filter in the home everythingâ€™s within manufacture specifications at this time.
Came out to cal for a no heat. When I arrived, customer stated that the unit was working and that the house was warm again. I went ahead and checked unit over. System was heating properly. Customer mentioned something stated by the last tech that was out that needed to be fixed. It was part of the exhaust tubing. It has a small leak and is causing some rust to form. I let customer know that I would see if that part is replaceable or not.
Duct cleaning estimate for home with 12 supplies and 3 returns. After inspecting ductwork, system and supply vent seals, determined that likely source of dust coming from vents is at the boots where the vents seal them. Likely due to poor Sheetrock work, there are gaps around the boots that need to be sealed with metal tape. There are also 8 supply runs that have ductwork splices with duct tape only, let customer know that if these come apart, we would need to charge $136 to reattach each run, but it is unlikely they will separate. Left estimate for duct cleaning, blower cleaning, and sealing supply boots. When we come back, can use two technicians to make the job go more quickly.
Arrived on 17 January for a furnace tuneup for any information please refer to the furnace performance form.
Silver club fall service. Filter is starting to get dirty, homeowner going to replace today. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, spark ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, manifold pressure is 3.5 in wc, within mfg specs, air temperature rise is 48 degrees, within mfg specs of 25-65 degrees. Cycled system with tstat, tstat and system are operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€” 0ppm. Home does not have carbon monoxide detectors, recommended that some be installed in bedrooms and living room.
White shield fall service. Replaced filter. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, roll out switches (2) checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressure is 3.5 in wc, within mfg limits, air temperature rise is 44 degrees, within mfg specs. Cycled system with tstat, tstat and system are operating normally. At homeowners request I installed new programmable T6 Tstat. Tstat operating normally in all modes.
Where ever 14 January for a furnace tuneup or blower and heat exchanger tested flame sensor hot surface igniter induced draft motor change filters in the home inspected humidifier everythingâ€™s within manufacture specifications at this time.
14JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for for fall tune up. Spoke with Jim about systems performance. Cycle system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Pull blower and coil door, inspect heat exchanger, capacitor and blower motor. Reinstall blower pull and clean flame sensor. Test all pressure switches, then reconnect power. Cycle system on in heating. Adjust gas pressure to 3.5 IWC. Inspect HSI, burners, and all safeties. Check amp draws, inducer, gas manifold, temperature split, and CO Levels. System is running properly at this time. Filters, ductwork and plenums all sealed and in good shape.
XXYYY2022 Jason B Arrived for for fall tune up. Spoke with Andrew about systems performance. Cycle system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Pull blower and coil door, inspect heat exchanger, capacitor and blower motor. Reinstall blower pull and clean flame sensor. Test all pressure switches, then reconnect power. Cycle system on in heating. Adjust gas pressure to 3.5 IWC. Inspect HSI, burners, and all safeties. Check amp draws, inducer, gas manifold, temperature split, and CO Levels. Run Capacitor is at 6.7/7.5 we decided to leave it be for now. Change out 3 14x30 filters. Attached are quotes for the run capacitor w/1 yr warranty, and run capacitor with 5yr warranty. Please give us a call if thereâ€™s anything else we can help you with.
Blue shield fall service. Replaced filters. Blower motor is ECM, run capacitor not required, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switches (2) checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, roll out switches (2) checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressures are within mfg specs ( low fire 1.6 in wc, high fire 3.48 in wc), air temperature rise was 52 in high fire, within mfg specs. Cycled system with tstat, tstat and system are operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€”0ppm.
Arrived in length of January for two furnace tuneupâ€˜s please refer to the system performance forms for any information.
Arrived on January 10 for a furnace tuneup for any information please refer to the performance form. Thank you for your business Chris you have a blessed day.
08JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up, spoke with Sheri about systems performance. It struggles in the negative temperatures, otherwise itâ€™s fantastic. Cycled system on at thermostat. Checked amps at heat strips and blower. Inspected coil and blower cabinet both are clean. This is an Airhandler and AC. inspected floor registers, and return ductwork. Everything is in good condition and working properly. New number (405) 496-0515 Thunder ducts
Arrive on 5 January for two fall tuneupâ€™s inspected blowerâ€™s tested gas pressures inspected heat exchanger tested flame sensors and Iâ€™ll pluggable circuitry everythingâ€™s within manufacture specifications at this time also change the filters in the home will have to return there was one filter that I did not have a ladder to reach
Arrived and found them that they do a pressure stack switch for the furnace is out need to replace with OEM that supply house not open until 4 January so weâ€™ll have to return tomorrow once my house opens as of now the system is operational. Arrived on 4 January install part tested system for 20 to 30 minutes everythingâ€™s within manufacture specifications.
I arrived for a no heat call. I spoke with the go and found that the thermostat went blank some time in the night. I inspected the system and found the secondary drain pan to be full of water and the safety switch was keeping the system from running. I ran water in the systems drain line and found the male pvc fitting to be leaking. I remove the fittings and applied pvc glue and pipe dope on the fittings. I then ran water into the furnace P trap and down the ac drain and furnace drain line. I then found the spit cup in the attic to be full of insulation and this was clogging up the spit cup in the attic. I used my shop vac and cleaned the spit cup out along with removal about 6 gallons of water from the secondary drain pan. I then reassemble the system and set the thermostat per the homeowners preference.
Where are 3 January for a no heat found that the shop gas valve was off turn on gas valve everything is operational also help customer fix settings on thermostats.