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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
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.
Brandon did a great job and provided me with answers t all my questions.
STEPHEN - Edmond, OK
KARYN - Edmond, OK
Very happy with the service!
Kathy Smith - Edmond, OK
So glad to have this done. Air ducts are clean and breathing will better.
Mr Edmond - Edmond, OK
Patrick came to do my contacted biannual service maintenance; he was great; arrived on time, went right to work and performed all the checks in no time; informed me I should have a surge protector on the system; good price, installed in less than 10 minutes; perfect in every way
Safe and efficient service
Kelli - Edmond, OK
We called, and Interstate was there the same day to clean our ducts. They were professional.
”Wonderful Service and very Knowledgeable of Questions”
Ms Betty - Edmond, OK
I can never say enough great things about the folks that work for Interstate! The ladies make my day when they answer the phone! The gentlemen that come to do the work are knowledgeable and courteous!
Judy - Edmond, OK
Todd - Edmond, OK
My clothes dryer had been reporting air flow issues so I asked if Interstate could help. Kianoosh came out the same day, gave my dryer and vents a thorough cleaning - including removing a birds nest! - and things are running great now. Professional and friendly service, highly recommend.
GiGi - Edmond, OK
Isaac and Jordan are absolutely the best technicians I've worked with at Interstate Heating and Air. They are very thorough and explained everything in easy to understand language. Very honest and dependable. I would not hesitate to use these technicians for every service need!
Heater went our!
Linda - Edmond, OK
Our heater went out last night, so I called Interstate at 7:45 and Jirdan arrived ariubd 9:30! He did a fantastic job getting our heat vack on! He is very courteous and knowledgeable. He quickly diagnosed the problem, thourghly explained how to repair and quoted the price. I highly recommend Interstate Heat and Air!
Always ask for Isaac
Dan - Edmond, OK
Isaac is always thorough and professional.
Maintenance service call
John - Edmond, OK
Personable and knowledgeable
Lewis Post - Edmond, OK
I came out for a no cool. I checked the system over and found the condenser fan capacitor had popped and the unit was tripped on high head pressure. Their AC maintenance was due, so I waved the diagnostic charge. With approval I installed a new dual capacitor and completed the AC maintenance. I washed the condenser coil and checked the rest of the system over. I cycled the ac and checked all operations. I also added a new pan treatment in the evaporator coil. All working well.
Silver Club AC maintenance, asked customer about hot /cold spots and filter. Will change out customer supplied filters with tuneup. wash Goodman condenser thoroughly, it had clogged up fairly heavily with cottonwood fibers. Checked dual capacitor. Changed customer supplied filter. Checked blower motor, blower capacitor and blower amp draws. Checked evap coil and condensate line. Cycled system in and checked volt drop, amp draws and refrigerant pressure via superheat. System reading 24 degrees. Fan amps reading at the high end of manufacturer specs at 17.2 running amps. System is running well at this time.
Need 2- 10â€ dampers 1- 6â€ damper 1-8â€ elbow 10x10 sheet metal (insulated)
I came out for a condensate leak on the office system. He had already vacuumed out the drain pan and drainline. I tested the drain and it was running ok. There is a P-trap the isnâ€™t needed. With approval, I cut out the P-trap, blew out the rest of the drain line and reconnected the drain, without a P-trap. I ran about a gallon of water through the line and it drained without any issue. The insulation on the coil box has gotten wet, which is dripping and causing the coil box to sweat. I recommend leaving the fan in the on position for a few days to help dry everything out. I washed the ac coil, cycled the AC and checked all operations. All working properly.
I came out to call. Customer said they are selling the house and the buyers had an inspector out to inspect the house. He wrote several things down. I went over each listing to verify any problems. I washed the condenser coil thoroughly. System is operating at a 17 degree subcooling and suggests 15, which has a 3 degree swing. The air leak by the condensation line has been filled with silicone. Delta T air temps are averaging 10-11 on farthest runs and 12-13 on the closer runs. The air vents closest to the furnace closet are going to have cooler air than some of the longer runs, but the system overall is cooling and operating properly within manufactured specifications.
Came out to call. Customer said water was dripping from drain on back porch. I had to check drain and emergency drain pan. System is hard to access, so I had to access it through garage. I vacuumed out drain pan of system. Cleaned out drain, and vacuumed out remaining water. Evaporator coil has a lot of air leaks, and wasnâ€™t sealed off that well. I recommended replacing the coil to get a better fit and less air leaks. The air leaks are also creating moisture. Customer will get back to me about it.
Arrived to service call performed system evaluation. Found drain slowly draining and float switch intermittently tripping. Cleaned drain line. Condenser was very dirty. Cleaned condenser. System is cooling at this time time. Suggest yearly maintenance to system to keep running as designed.
Came out to call. Customer said upstairs unit wasnâ€™t cooling a room properly. I checked system over and came to the conclusion that the system needs an air balancing done. I went over recommendations with customer. They agreed to have it done. I also checked AC system and found it a tad low on refrigerant. I added .7lbs of refrigerant to system to get it back in range. We are coming back out Friday to do the air balancing.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Float switch was tripped. Cleared drain with nitrogen. Washed drain pan. Drain is draining at this time. System is cooling at this time.
I came out for a no cool. He said the ac wasnâ€™t running. I checked the system over and found the condenser fan motor locked up. With approval, I installed a new universal condenser fan motor and new dual capacitor. I cycled the ac and checked all operations. His AC maintenance is due, so we waved the diagnostic charge. The office will call to schedule the maintenance soon.
I arrived for a sill member ac pm. I first spowith the homeowner and she mentioned that she had a new roof installed not to long ago. I first inspected the indoor system and found the flue to be in good shape and intact. I then checked the furnace and evaporator and found the coil to be clean but rusted. I checked the condenser and of the system to be clean and all electrical components to be in good condition. I checked the systems refrigerant charge and found the system to be low on R22.i made this aware to the homeowner and we decided to top off the systems refrigerant charge. I charged the system and set the systems superheat at 16 and the system called for 18 deg superheat. Overall this system is running to the best of its abilities at this time.
Dual system white shield protection plan AC services. Both systems needed filters to be changed badly, recommend monitoring filters and check them at least every 3 months for change out. Washed both condensers thoroughly from cottonwood fiber buildup. Checked both dual capacitors and both are out of range, south 2.5 ton cap is highly recommended to replace, north system cap is okay on compressor side but fan side is below range. Checked blowers and evap coils and condensate lines. Both blowers are reading amp draws toward the high end of manufacturer specifications, but are in range. This is likely due to undersized return air for both systems. Cycled systems on and checked refrigerant pressures. South side system reading in range at 12 degrees of sub cooling, north system reading a little high at 15 degrees of sub cooling. Spoke with customer about changing our dual capacitors or going ahead and getting deluxe compressor saver kits to increase longevity of the systems and customer
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Found bad condenser fan motor. System is getting older and showing signs of age. Spoke options with customer. Customer chose to replace motor. Installed new condenser fan motor with capacitor. Tested amp draw they are in range. Refrigerant levels appear to be pretty close in range. Super heat slightly elevated but believe that to be due to house being warm. As house starts to cool superheat should be in range. System is cooling at this time. Suggest replacement be considered in future only due to age.
Carrier 16 seer 80%percent furnace please call Brandon Nelson at 405-439-1755 with any questions or concerns. Thank you for the opportunity to bid this system.
I came out for a no cool I checked the system over and found the compressor terminals blown out and the system with. I refrigerant. Iâ€™ll have to call the manufacturer in the morning to get a price and availability of the compressor. The system holds just 5.5lbs of r22.
Blue SPP AC maintenance visit. Asked customer about hot water tank that was recently installed, air filters and hot and cold spots. Filters were recently changed on 5/20/2020, so will leave 4 fresh filters for next change out with blue SPP. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked dual capacitor. Fan side of capacitor reading slightly under range at 6.95 Mrs, min recommended range is 7.05 mfd. checked evap coil and drain line. Checked plenum and blower wheel. Cycled system in and checked amp draws, condensing fan amps are still within range. Both surge protectors still working. Checked refrigerant charge and reading optimal sub cool of 13. Customer will wait till next summer tune up to replace dual capacitor
I arrived for a silver member ac PM X3. I replaced all filters with ones super by the homeowner. I checked all indoor systems and found no issues with any electrical components at this time. I inspected and cleaned all condenser units and checked there operation. I found the master bedroom system to be running low on R22. I recommend to have the system charged or to have the system replaced. We decided to have the system charged at this time. I added 2LBS 10OZ of R22 to the system and set the systems subcooling at 11.5 deg and the systems calls for 12 deg subcooling. This is well in normal range of operation. Overall all systems are working to the best of there abilities at this time.
Silver club AC tune up. Asked customer about filters, hot and cold spots, and previous repair visit. Everything is going well on their end at this time. Washed condenser thoroughly. Removed about 2 inches of cut grass from bottom if condensing unit as well. Checked dual capacitor surge protector and blower. Checked evap coil and drain line. Checked ductwork and insulation. Cycled system on and checked amp draws and refrigerant charge via delta t. Condensing fan running amps are within range, but towards high end of range. Rated at 1.2 running amps and running at 1.12 amps at this time. Everything is working well at this time.
I came out for an airflow issue in the SW bedroom. The room has a 6â€ duct and it has a 6â€ coming off the plenum and running to a 6x6x4 wye and split with the bathroom. The house also has an undersized system. Itâ€™s a 25p0+ sq ft house and only has a 3t system. To fix the airflow issue I recommended increasing the duct to a 10â€ to a 10x8x4 wye amd the 8â€ to the bedroom. Scheduled the spductwork for Friday 26JUN first call.
Gave pricing for coil only, ac and coil or complete system. Warranties. Coil-10 year, compressor-10 year, heat exchanger-20 year, parts-10 year, labor 1-year
I arrived for a blue member ac pm. I spoke with the homeowner and found no issues with the systems operation. I inspected the indoor system and replaced the filters with ones provided with the service plan. I checked the evaporator coil and furnace and found issues. I inspected the condenser and the coils to be stopped up with cotton wood and heavy debris. I cleaned the system checked all electrical components and found no issues. I checked the systems refrigerant charge and found the system to be running at 12 deg subcooling. Overall this system is running to manufacture specifications.
I came out for a 2 system silver ac maintenance. I washed both condenser coils. I checked the filters, blowers, evap coils, capacitors, drains, contactors and all wiring. I cycled both systems and checked all temps, amps and charges. The downstairs system was a bit undercharged. With approval I added 1lb of r22 and got the SH within the required range. All working properly.
I came out for a no cool on the west system. The system was running when I arrived, so I checked the unit over. I found the ac a little undercharged. With approval I dialed in the refrigerant charge. I added 2lbs of r410a and set the SC to 13 and it was calling for 15. I washed the condenser coil as well. I checked temp splits on the remaining systems. All working properly.
Red SPP AC tune ups in home with 2 systems that are downflow. South system is a carrier and north system is an Amana. Asked about filters, how home was cooling and how dryer vent was doing from previous visit. Customer mentioned having master bedroom feeling warmer than usual in summer and bedroom closest to Amana plenum feeling colder than usual. Talked about dampening vents to help this. Washed condenser thoroughly. Amana condenser had about 4 inches of leaf debris, so I shop vacced out the excess debris. Changed out 10x20 filters on both systems. Tested surge protectors, capacitors, and hard start kit. Talked to customer about bush on Carrier condenser being a bit overgrown and to have landscaper trim it back about a foot from unit the next time they are out. Surge protector in Carrier condenser needs to be replaced. Checked both system blower wheels, evap coils, pan treatments, float switches and condensate drains. Both pan treatments are due to be replaced. Cycled systems on and c
I mad out for a 2 system blue plan AC maintenance. I washed both condenser coils. I changed the 4 filters. I checked both blowers, evap coils, drains, capacitors, contactors and all wiring both systems and checked all temps, amps and charges. The west system was a little undercharged. I added 0.9lbs of r22 and set the SH to the required 19. All working properly.