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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
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
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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
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
Arrive for a possible recall on 17 may the regional concern with this unit is the fan blade was wobbling customer authorized replacement of the fan blade and motor but todayâ€™s issue is the sheet-metal on the condenser is still moving in and out but the fan blade is steady no other actions are needed. Customer is now satisfied with the performance of the equipment.
Arrived on 15 May to conduct to a C PMs inspected blower capacitorâ€˜s on the blowers evaporatorâ€˜s flush both drain lines were clear water flowing smoothly upon inspection of condensers found the one condenser the common wire was burned going to the capacitor and the common wire going to the fan motor was also burned found that the capacitor was bad customer authorized replacement with a turbo the other condenser capacitor tested out fine the one with the burn wire after replacement had With a 20Â° superheat both of them are metering fixed orifice metering devices the other one had a 25Â° superheat both are running fine at this time they both at 13 A on the compressor and 1.4 A on the condenser fan motors.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that the AC wasnâ€™t blowing any cool air and doesnâ€™t know what the problem could be. I checked system over and found the Amana system had a trip code. I by passed sensor board to test contactor and still didnâ€™t get anything to come on. I checked power and found that I had no power coming into the disconnect. Checked breaker and tried to reset it. When I did that the breaker sparked and buzzed, but I got it to reset. I rechecked power and was only getting one leg of power. Customer will need to have an electrician out to replace the breaker. I will leave ticket open in case I need to come back.
Arrived on tin me to conducted a CPM found that evaporator blower wheel clean the blower motor is it ECM motor it was too cold to take charge due to the temperatures being 53Â° checked contactor and capacitor capacitor was below manufacture specifications customer authorized replacement with a turbo capacitor changed customers filters that were supplied by the customer flush drain line with Clearwater Ranch or proper flow of drain.
Arrived 28 April to conduct an AC p.m. thereâ€™s a note on the door stating come in she is on a conference call could not contact and talk to the customer directly started the unit out found that the suction side of our 22 is at 30 psi will running indicates definitely somewhere on the unit cannot get a hold of the landlord to get permission for further testing testing.
Silver club AC tune up with previously recommended dryer vent cleaning from last summer tune up. Spoke with customer about hot water tank and they want to have it flushed with next fall service. Inspected HWT and it looks like it can be flushed and is due for it. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked capacitor, contactor, hard start kit, surge protectors, blower, evaporator, drain and changed filters. Cycled system on, checks electrical, refrigerant charge and delta t. System is running well at this time. Removed dryer, opened exhaust flap and vacuumed out dryer from impeller, to exhaust hose to exhaust cap. Cleaned up excess debris, reset dryer and leveled, ensuring it turned in properly.
Ride for an AC p.m. on seven May inspected evaporator and blower motor both were clean flush drain line with water checked capacitor on blower with within tolerance tested contactor capacitor on condenser found that the contactor was pitted and the capacitor was there within tolerance but it read 42 out of 45 customer authorized deluxe compressor saver kit with turbo.
Red club summer ac service. Spoke with customer and they had not had a chance to change filters since the last time we were out, and after inspecting, they were needing to be changed. Changed filters included with Red SPP. Washed condensing unit, checked dual capacitor, contactor and cleaned out area around connections from heavy dirt and spiderweb buildup. Dual capacitor is reading out of range, and needs to be changed. Contactor has some buildup and could also stand to be changed. Checked evaporator, blower, drain line and blower capacitor. Blower capacitor is reading just out of range and I recommend having it changed as well. The drain line has some slimy buildup that a drain pan treatment could remedy and it comes with a 1 year no clog guarantee. Went over issues found with customer and customerâ€™s son, and explained how these issues stem from the returns being under sized and the restriction caused by the filters going too long between changes. With approval, changed the dual
Arrived on six May for a no cool found that the evaporator was frozen over I was able to get it defrosted to find the charge extremely low could hear audible leak on the evaporator customer did not want me to do a leak search at this time and wants a bid for a new evaporator or evaporator and condenser or full system.
Arrived on five April to conduct to a C PMschecked contactors and capacitor washed condensers flushed drain lines nothing elseâ€™s to add.
Arrived on 4 May to conduct to AC PMs systems are brand new everything is clean contactor capacitorâ€™s all within tolerance first drain lines with water no issues were found. Could not check the charge on both units due to the fact the ambient temperature is 54Â°. Customer wants filters changed in the fall filter sizes were 20 x 25 x 4 and 14 x 25 x 4.
Arrive third of May to conduct to a C PMs found the downstairs unit evaporator is 25% clogged customer does not want to clear this time she is selling her home cannot break into the evaporator on the second floor impossible to get into the box checked contactor capacitor on blower motors and condensers always were within tolerance changed for filters cleaned condenser checked charge is always within tolerance.
Arrived 3 may to conduct ac pm found that their is no float switch in the system. Brought it to the customer attention and she didnâ€™t want to have one installed at this time.replaced filters and flushed drain line with water to ensure proper flow inspected evaporator and blower both were clean tested capacitor and contacter both were within tolerances cleaned and tested condenser.
Arrived on third of May to conduct to see preventative maintenance this check both evaporator blowers for us both drain lines were clear water changed six filters checked contactors capacitors in both units both were within tolerance cleaned both condensers found on the ADP coil bottom left front of coil has a pretty significant corrosion spot informed customer of the situation. Picture of spot is in notes..
I arrived for a blue member ac pm on a new home. I first inspected the system and found the evaporator coil and blower wheel to be completely stopped up. I also found the heat exchanger to have extreme heat stress. I also found both capacitors to be weak and out of manufacture range of operation. I suggested to have the system replacement vs doing multiple expensive repairs on this older system we decided to bid a new system at this time.
Arrived at 30 April to finish the service added 2 pounds of 407CI informed the customer that was probably a week she does not want to do a leak check it this time.
Arrive 30 April to conduct to AC PMs on arrival customer complained that the upstairs was not cooling I went up in the attic checked out the evaporator furnace everything was in order and working found that the breaker to the upstairs was off but the tenant said she had some electrical work done and they mustâ€™ve shut it off turn breaker on system fired up as normal check the contact capacitors checked refrigerant charge is all of it was within tolerance flush drain with Clearwater the ACs are old but in fair condition and the furnaces are three years old. Change downstairs filter customer said they just recently changed the upstairs and did not want us to do it.
Arrived 30 April to conductAC p.m. inspected evaporator blower drain line everythingâ€™s working no issues checked contactor capacitor on the condenser everythingâ€™s within tolerance checked charge had a principle and systems a TXV customer wanna replace filters them selves left an extra set of filters for them and replaced pan treatment tab.
I have 30 April to conduct an AC p.m. check blower motor checked evaporator flush drain line water checked contactor capacitor and hard start kit in the condenser all within tolerance cleaned condenser changed three filters dusted grills could not accurately check the charge due to the ambient temperature being 62 in the indoor temperature being 66.
I arrived to bid a air conditioner replacement and a water heater replacement. I spoke with the tenants and found that the furnace was recently installed about one year ago. I inspected the system and found the that the system was out of refrigerant at this time. I bid to replace the 5 ton system with a carrier select 5 ton system. This will come with a new outdoor system with disconnect and whip. This will also come with a new case located undersized the evaporator coil in the closet. We will flush and pressure test the lineset that is ran underneath the house if the old lineset dose not hold pressure we will need to replace the lineset at this time. The new lineset will run overheat through the attic and down the side of the house to the outdoor condenser. The new system will have a 10 year parts warm and a 1 year labor warranty. I matched the 10% discount for replacement of the system to the replacement of the water heater if both systems are replaced at the same time. If you have a
Arrived on 29 April check it out and AC p.m. inspected blower evaporator was clean checked amperage on blower five tolerance checked contactor and capacitor on the condenser both of you were within tolerance check the charge on the system at 14Â° superheat with 8Â° of sub cooling charger within tolerance system had an 18Â° temperature split answers customer to change their own filters nothing else to add.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t cooling very well and wasnâ€™t dropping in temperature. System was set to 71 but was reading 75 at the thermostat. I found the evaporator coil to completely frozen over and through the line set, out to the compressor. Tried to run furnace to thaw it out, but furnace would short cycle due to how frozen the coil is. Explained to customer what has happened and what to do in the mean time. I left the blower running and told customer it needs to thaw out naturally, and then we can come back and recheck it. Office will call customer to reschedule. Arrive the next day after another tech came out to for a no cool he said it was frozen up the fan was on when I arrived system was not on hooked up my gauges system was 2 pounds low customer authorized the 2 pounds but did not want to afford a leak search at this time I advised her she does have a leak somewhere with it being 2 pounds low she acknowledged t
Arrived on 27 April to conduct to a C PMs found that the upstairs unit was low on 407C refrigerant the downstairs was operating normally both an old and in fair condition would recommend replacing check evaporatorâ€˜s on both of them capacitors on both contactors customer said they would change filters on their own.
Arrived on 27 April to conduct an AC p.m. on a spectrum of the evaporator evaporator is clean but did notice that the system does not have a float switch for the wet protection advise the customer but she cannot afford it at this time.Tested and verified capacitor on condenser fan condenser compressor checked voltage drop across contactor there was no voltage drop flush drain line with Clearwater replaced two 14 x 24 filters.
Duct cleaning estimate for new home purchase. Home was recently built and customer moved in March 2021. Inspected system and it is a single 4 ton Lennox system zoned separately for upstairs and downstairs. After inspecting system, ductwork and supplies, determined that system had been run for a time during construction, pulling in construction debris (mostly paint) into ductwork. The blower wheel has residue in it but the evaporator coil and heat exchanger do not have anything visible in them. The customer recently changed 5â€ 16x25 filter due to excessive residue in ductwork. Recommend a level 1 cleaning on ductwork and an in place blower cleaning. Will also set customer up on Blue shield protection plan and install a whole house air cleaner uvv UVC lamp system. Layed drop sheets where necessary. Removed vents and grills. Cleaned ducts with 3-4 passes each. Sprayed in disinfectant spray and replaced vents and grills. Installed whole house germicidal air purifier. Air cleaner has a l