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The road to comfort in Midwest City, OK is Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning. We offer the best service for AC repair and furnace repair. See all of our 5 star reviews as proof. Interstate heating & air is committed to our customers and to being there when you need us. From Air Conditioner Maintenance to AC and furnace replacements, you can count on Interstate Heating and Air.
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Read our Midwest City, OK reviews to see why we are the trusted route for reliable heating and air conditioning services.
A new furnace or AC system in Midwest City should cost anywhere from $2000 – $10,000. It’s a wide range, and there are many factors that are going to influence your specific cost, including:
- Available financing
- The state of your air ducts
If you want to know your specific pricing options, give your local Midwest City HVAC experts a call at (405) 237-4937 or get in touch online.
There are many causes for a noisy heating and AC system. It’s usually an indication that something is wrong, so don’t hesitate to get in touch with a professional HVAC company if you notice any of the following:
- Squealing or Screeching
Give Interstate a call for prompt attention to your heating and AC system at (405) 237-4937.
For a simple tuneup, you can expect to pay in the range of $100 – 200. But you can expect that investment to pay off. HVAC maintenance with the right HVAC company will help you to:
- Avoid premature system replacement
- Raise your energy efficiency
- Lower your overall repair costs
Those aren’t even all the benefits! Call Interstate Heating and Air Conditioning at (405) 237-4937 to talk to a professional about a plan that will provide you with what you need.
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Our Reviews by City
WILLIAM - Midwest City, OK
Thank You for great service
ROY - Midwest City, OK
I found Joseph Kring to be extremely helpful with my A/C problem and was glad he was willing to look up whether or not my A/C was still under warranty.
TED - Midwest City, OK
Jake provided excellent service in diagnosing and repairing my air conditioning unit. He was very professional, knowledgeable, and answered all my questions. The receptionist was pleasant, and kept me up-to-date on the technician arrival time. I recommend calling Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning for your HVAC needs.
Professional and thorough
Dusty - Midwest City, OK
He did a great job
STEVEN - Midwest City, OK
PAM - Midwest City, OK
Always great service
MICHELE - Midwest City, OK
Everything was great
Great friendly professional service!
KERI - Midwest City, OK
JOSEPH - Midwest City, OK
Brandon was one of the nicest service people who has ever come to my house. if I ever have any problems I want Brandon again
CHARLES - Midwest City, OK
Outstanding service, great arrival timing, great communication and professionalism, great price.
Teresa - Midwest City, OK
Was a little late but got a call from dispatch why which was good customer service. Took less time than anticipated told us there was a couple of vents that were not good so while he was working we went to the store to assist in completing the job. Was very knowledgeable about the job and cared for the condition he left it in. Would do business with interstate again!!
Paul - Midwest City, OK
Adam was running ahead of schedule so he gave us a courtesy call and came by early. Adam is very professional and knowledgeable at his craft. He explained all required services in detail. Thank you!
Huntington - Midwest City, OK
Interstate Heating & Air was very professional and helpful throughout our whole experience with them. They got us scheduled in and came out quickly after reaching out to them for duct cleaning. They did a great job on cleaning the ducts. Highly recommend!
he took care of yhe issue good jo
William - Midwest City, OK
price of labor was a bit hi for a club member
Chi - Midwest City, OK
Isaac was great. I had a lot of questions and he made sure everything was answered in detail.
proffessional tech great service
William - Midwest City, OK
Maintenance for heating unit
Alicia - Midwest City, OK
great service awesome price
Alan - Midwest City, OK
brandon is a very good worker an he is honest i very much appreciate his good work
John - Midwest City, OK
Great service and attention to detail
Bobby - Midwest City, OK
Replaced entire heat and air system. The work was done clean and professionally. I had no complaints when everything was finished. The service rep explained everything very well and made sure I was satisfied with everything. I always wish this stuff cost less but I did not feel ripped off.
John - Midwest City, OK
My husband was happy to see that Brandon was the service tec. that came and did the check up for the winter. He feels that he does a good job when he comes.
William - Midwest City, OK
Same tech for last three years
John - Midwest City, OK
Did a good job!! Would like to have him again for service
Honest and awesome company
Tarik - Midwest City, OK
Very courteous and respectful people, I have been using different company for several years, and this is the best company at all levels. They are very competitive and straightforward people. I love these guys.
Thomas & Michele - Midwest City, OK
Tanner and Kenosh were excellent. They were both very friendly and professional. They can come back any time to work on our AC.
I came out for a not cooling well. She said yesterday during the heat of the day, the system kept running but the temperature in the house kept climbing. But in the evening and last night is started cooling again. I checked the system over.. it looks like the heavy storm we had washed hail of the condenser coils on 3 sides of the ac. The cooled temps and cleaner coils allowed the ac to cool properly. I also noticed the P-trap in the evaporator coil was clogged. With approval, I washed the condenser coil and cut out the clogged P-trap, since itâ€™s not needed on that coil, and reconnected the drain. The return ducts for that system are also undersized. I checked all operations after completing the work and the system is working well.
I came out for a no cool. I checked the system over and found the transformer blown in the furnace and not sending 24v to the thermostat. I installed a new transformer with an in-line 3A fuse. I cycled the ac and the fuse blew. The contactor was shorted as well. I installed a new contactor. Checked the rest of the system over and cycled the unit. The system is working properly. The furnace and coil are very old and in poor condition. The drain in the evaporator coil has rusted off and the system is draining under the house. She will look into replacement when she gets back from deployment.
I arrived on a non member no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner and four the main issues to be the outdoor systems is not running on this 1 1/2 year old system we installed. I inspected the system and found 5e fuse in the disconnect to have been blown. I replaced the fuse and check the whole condensers start up amps. I found the system to be pulling 29 inrush amps upon start up. I recommend to install a hard start kit to help lessen the amount of amps the system pulls upon start up. The homeowners agreed to the installation of the kit. I installed the kit and check the systems inrush amps and found the system to be pulling 17 amps upon startup. This system is running to manufacture specifications at this time.
I came out for a not cooling well on the coil we just installed. The system is working as well as it can. The ductwork in the attic is in fairly poor condition and the attic has very limited ventilation. It currently has 3-8â€ pot vents. The nearest vent is gaining 5Â° From plenum to supply grill. I recommend we replace the existing vents with the 3-12â€ whirley bird vents. Then look into replacing the ducts in the fall or winter due to the small attic space and heat of the summer. System is doing all it can right now.
Performed non club tune up special. Changed filter. Washed condenser. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. Amp draw in range. Compressor amp draw in range. Found unit slightly low on r410a refrigerant. With customer approval I added 1lb to system. Subcooling at 7 per Lennox specifications. System is cooling at this time.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation on 2 yr old system found defective contactor switch. Part under warranty however labor is not. Spoke to customer. Customer chose to replace. Tested amp draw it is in range. System is cooling at this time.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Found bad contactor switch. Customer chose to replace switch. Washed condenser so refrigerant could be Checked. Refrigerant in range. System is cooling at this time. 1 yr contactor warranty. It is very hot in house system will run along time before catching up. Attic could use more insulation.
I came out for a not cooling well and a condensate leak. I checked the system over and found the system running with an EXTREMELY high head pressure. The condenser coil was completely plugged. The condensate leak was from a section on the suction line in the attic I insulated and dripping on the ceiling. They said theyâ€™d insulate the line themselves. With approval, I pulled the top off the AC and thoroughly washed the condenser coil. I changed the filter, they supplied and cycled the ac again. I checked all operations and charge. All working at this time. The system running with such a high head pressure for however long itâ€™s been could have done damage to the compressor.
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I inspected the system and found the compressor to be bypassing on high head pressures. I also found the condenser coils to be completely stopped up. I remove the frame of the condenser and cleaned the condenser coils free of any debris. I rechecked the systems refrigerant charge and found the head pressures to have dropped from 568 psi to 189 psi. And the super heat was runny at 30 deg out of 25 deg. This is in random or normal operation. I inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil to be clean and in fair condition. I inspected the block motor and found no issues. This system has no data plate and I guess this system to be around 20 years old. This system is running to the best of its abilities at this time.
I came out for a no cool. I checked the system over and found the condenser fan not running. The bull capacitor is reading 0 on the fan side. The condenser fan spins freely, so the bearing arenâ€™t locked up. Got approval from home warranty company to replace the bad dual capacitor. I installed a new capacitor, washed the condenser coil off and cycled the system. I checked all operations. Condenser fan running at 1.1a. Max = 1.7a. all working properly.
Performed preventative maintenance on AC system. Changed filters for customer. Inspected blower assembly, electrical components, wiring, evaporator coil, drain and overall condition of equipment in garage closet. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, compressor, contactor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser unit. Cleaned condenser coil thoroughly. System is cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Recommended duct cleaning on system.
I came out for a no cool. We were out the other day to do the AC maintenance. I checked the system over and found a wire loose in the contactor, which kept the ac from coming on. I fixed the wire and checked all others. I cycled the ac and checked all operations. All working well.
Customer had power surge blew indoor x13 motor. Part under warranty however labor is not. Will get availability thru carrier tomorrow morning. Gave customer pricing will collect on completion. Spoke to customer surge protector gave discount priced at 124.00 installed will install at same time as motor. 6-16-2020 Came out to install new X-13 motor on Air handler. Took blower assembly out of air handler and took out old motor. Installed new X-13 motor and reassembled blower assembly. Reinstalled the blower into air handler and wired in existing wires. Discussed with customer about surge protection. I added a surge protector to air handler to protect electrical components. System is cooling properly.
Came out to call. Customer said system was trying to come outside, but was only making a buzzing sound. I inspected the condenser components and found the capacitor depleted and swollen. Discussed with customer about repair needed, and offered to clean the condenser. I replaced the capacitor under warranty. Customer will clean the condenser coil. System is cooling properly.
Came out to call. Customer said outside unit wasnâ€™t cooling properly like it usually does. The outside system wasnâ€™t coming on. I checked system over and found the capacitor had depleted and wasnâ€™t allowing the system to come on, and the condenser coil to be severely clogged. I discussed with customer about repair needed and I suggested maintenance plan as well. Customer agreed to both. I replaced capacitor and washed the condenser coil thoroughly. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures of system. Signed customer up for blue maintenance plan. System is cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Blue SPP summer AC tune up. Asked about filters and customer is using filtered grills inside, gave 2 12 x 24 pleated filters to change at a later time, as they have been changed recently. Washed condenser thoroughly. Checked amp draws, volts, drain, float switch and capacitor mfd. checked refrigerant pressure and outdoor delta t. System is operating great at this time. Talked about duct cleaning services with customer.
Arrived to no cool service call performed system evaluation. Found unit not getting 240 volts. Tested system and found no 240v available at any breaker on panel. Meter is blacked out reading nothing. Believe house lost a leg of power informed customer to call OG&E customer will call back if needs us after electric repair. Collected diagnostics fee.
Came out to call. Customer said system wasnâ€™t cooling like it usually does and was running constantly. Customer recently changed the filter and washed the condenser. I checked system over thoroughly and found the system low on refrigerant. I discussed with customer about what I found and what could be the issue. System is leaking refrigerant. Not a lot, but enough to cause the system to not run efficiently. Customer had me add 1lb of R22 to get system within range of data plate. System is cooling properly. Recommended maintenance plan, customer declined at this time.
Perform non club tuneup to minisplit system in server room. Cleaned coils and brushed off indoor coils and wiped off unit cover. Refrigerant levels are in range. System is operating as designed at this time. We are to bill customer.
Performed preventative maintenance on system. Changed out filter for customer. Inspected all equipment. Washed condenser coil thoroughly. Customer said system is cooling but not as well. I checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, pressures and temperatures. System is a little low on refrigerant. I added 1.1lbs to get system back in range. Last tech made suggestions to change evaporator coil. Went over that with customer. Coil may have a possible leak. As of now system is cooling properly.
Ductwork repair call. While inspecting, found that flue connection through roof needs 1â€ clearance. Checked ductwork Wye that had become disjointed and repaired with customer approval, also talked in depth about repairing or replacing additional ductwork, and installing customer supplied bathroom exhaust vent. Also went over benefits of our service agreements. Will call back in morning to schedule a morning time slot to install bathroom fan.
I came out for a no cool. I checked the system over and found the condenser not running. Caused by the condenser coil being completely plugged. With approval, I washed the condenser coil. I checked the surest of the system over. After washing it I cycled the ac and checked all operations and charge. All working properly at this time.
I arrived for a non member tune up. I first inspected the system and found the mini split remote to be corroded and in able to operate. I suggested to have the thermostat replaced to get the system running again and we can see how the system is operating at that time. This system is 12 years old and may have other issues once itâ€™s running. We are to come back Tuesday 06-11-2020 and find out if they want to order the thermostat for this system.
Condenser and coil. 10yr parts
Came out to call. Initially customer said system wasnâ€™t cooling. He said the thermostat wasnâ€™t working properly. It kept shutting the system off and on, but wasnâ€™t allowing it to cool the home. I checked system over and found that the condenser was dirty, but everything was working. I checked temperatures and pressures, and also verified proper charge. I discussed with customer about what I found, and that everything was working how it should. I recommended replacing the thermostat to rule malfunctioning out. He had me replace thermostat for him. I also went ahead and cleaned the condenser coil thoroughly, and double checked charge. System is cooling properly at this time.