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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.
An HVAC repair usually costs about $350-$600 in Midwest City, OK. Some things that can cause the price to fluctuate are:
- The kind of HVAC repair required.
- The level of the HVAC repair.
- The cost for any replacement parts.
Regardless of the repair your HVAC system requires, it is always best to have it addressed right away rather than letting the issue persist. Letting the issue go on too long without repair will typically lead to higher repair costs. To get your HVAC system repaired, contact us today.
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DENNIS - Midwest City, OK
Will Be A Repeat Customer
Brett - Midwest City, OK
The technician that visited my house was professional and courteous. He took the time to throughly inspect and diagnose my current system. He was very polite and explained in detail and in layman's terms of what was going on. Never once did my ignorance deterr or discourage him. High quality individual and has earned his company a repeat customer. If this interaction was of any caliber of the work to be done, I'm not sure I would trust anyone else to do it. Finding an honest technician that simply wishes to help and make the end customer happy is an extremely rare occurrence during these times. Will certainly do business with them going forward based on this appointment.
Great service, as usual
RAYE - Midwest City, OK
Called this morning and got appointment for this afternoon. They called me about an hour later because they had a cancellation and could come earlier. Mike was very thorough with his troubleshooting and got the problem fixed quickly, explaining everything along the way.
Extremely friendly and very professional.
RENEE - Midwest City, OK
Issac was wonderful to work with and very informative.
He was fantastic
CINDY - Midwest City, OK
He was fantastic!! I appreciate his knowledge and advice about my system. He was so helpful and was professional yet friendly. Very rare these days. Next time I call for service I would love to have his help again.
PATRICK - Midwest City, OK
Technician should have been wearying a mask for Covid-19 safety when entering the home
Isaac was great
TOM - Midwest City, OK
Isaac was excellent
WILLIAM - Midwest City, OK
two thumps up
Michelle - Midwest City, OK
Recommended by Neighbor
TERESA - Midwest City, OK
Mike was on time, courteous and professional. Even though I kept him busy asking questions, he pressed on and I learned more about my a/c that no-one else told me.
Efficient and easy to use company
TOM - Midwest City, OK
DAVID - Midwest City, OK
Both technicians were very knowledgeable and efficiently replaced my old unit with a new Carrier 3ton system!!!
PHYLLIS - Midwest City, OK
Awesome Service and Customer Service
Tria - Midwest City, OK
Mike was the technician that came out to look at our A/C. He was very thorough and he explained everything to me in terms that I could understand. I also learned a lot from him on A/C maintenance as I am a new homeowner. This was one of the best services I have had. The positive reviews are really legit and if you are on the fence about what A/C company to choose, I'll let you know they are really good, great customer service and also have good pricing. I will be returning to them for all my A/C issues.
TERESA - Midwest City, OK
I called at 4pm and Isaac was done by 7pm!!!
Very informative and right on time.
Alexis - Midwest City, OK
Joseph arrived right on time. He explained the cost to replace our unit and the available ways to pay for it.
Janet - Midwest City, OK
WILLIAM - Midwest City, OK
two thumbs up
Interstate Heat And Air is the best, always professional, and they do a great job.
MICHELE - Midwest City, OK
MARK - Midwest City, OK
Prompt and courteous
DENNIS - Midwest City, OK
RON - Midwest City, OK
Repair man was extremely polite and great to work with.
Very professional and informative
PATRICK - Midwest City, OK
I think the technician should have been wearing a mask for Covid-19 safety reasons.
RITA - Midwest City, OK
Friendly, quick, and polite service. Good explanation of required actions and options.
JOHN - Midwest City, OK
After having four different HVAC businesses provide estimates to replace the AC/heater on a mid-size home I selected Interstate. Turns out to have been a very good decision. Moderately priced for a new Carrier system. Work was scheduled quickly and office kept in contact with me by phone and text to let me know when technicians would arrive. Techs were on time, personable and professional and completed the work in a single day...on the hottest day of the year in OKC. Techs worked efficiently with minimal disruptions to the home and the new system looks great with all of the work appearing tight and clean (the unit itself as well as all the lines and connections). Hauled away all of the old stuff so there was nothing I had to contend with or dispose of myself. A great job all the way around...cannot really think of any improvements. And, of course, the new system is performing superbly.
On October 18, 2021 I arrive to a silver club member for a full tuneup upon arrival agreed the customer and then went to the thermostat turn the system to heat turned it up I think climbed in the attic did amp drawls on the inducer motor check the gas pressure low side was at 1.9 high side was 3.3 I then did amp drawls on the blower motor an ECM so no capacitor checked temp rise everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Inspect home with modified ductwork. 6 ceiling Returns have been split up and connected to a return chase, filtered at side of furnace. It is evident the furnace is low on return air. Recommend disconnecting chase, and cutting a 2 14x24 return filter grills in living area and dining room to provide adequate return for unit. Would also cut in a base under the furnace and seal off the side the chase is connected to. Ductwork in attic is loosely connected and would need to be properly strapped and screeed together before we could attempt a cleaning, otherwise the chance for the ductwork to come apart while cleaning is high, and we would be unable to clean as much of the ductwork in current condition. Left additional estimates to repair and duct clean, as well as replace the supply ductwork.
On October 13, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup upon arrival agreed the customer then turn the thermostat to heat and turn the temperature up I climbed in the attic did amp drawâ€˜s on the inducer motor I didnâ€™t didnâ€™t rolls on the blower motor pulled and cleaned the flame sensor itâ€™s got a spark igniter I checked the gas pressure it was at 3.4 I checked the capacitor is good checked the temp raise everythingâ€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On October 13, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer now member upon arrival agree to the customer and she stated that the furnace was making a banging sound so I started the system to see if I could hear it I didnâ€™t hear anything to begin with so I completely disassembled the furnace put the blower out with the board off found a weak capacitor let the customer know that the capacitor is weak that that could be the issue and then I reassembled everything and had the system running when I disconnected the pressure switch from the system the blower went from high-speed to Low speed you could hear it jarring but it was not anything that was major when I put the pressure switch back into play you could hear switch from low-speed to high-speed same thing just a slight thump you could barely hear explain to the customer that they have a multi stage furnace and thatâ€™s the blower switching from low-speed the high speed with the gas valve everythingâ€˜s working properly at this time thank yo
Silver club fall service. Replaced electrostatic filters(2) filter media. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, hot surface ignitor checked good, clean and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, all limits and safeties checked good, manifold pressure is 3.5 in wc, within mfg limits. Cycled system with thermostat, system is operating normally. Carbon monoxide 0ppm. Checked humidifier operation. Humidifier operating normally. Water pad looks like new.
Dryer vent cleaning, attic discharge. Inspected dryer exhaust vent inside, in the attic and on the roof. Rooftop Cap exhaust is heavily impacted and clogged. Roof pitch is too steep to climb and remove by hand. Inspected with camera and found most of vent to be about 29% clogged and the majority at the cap. Used spinning brush to break impacted portions and removed lint from exhaust with 3 passes. Vacuumed excess debris and gave customer tips on ways to prevent the exhaust from getting as clogged in the future.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t cooling properly. He said the unit would come on but there was no cool air coming out of the vents. The outside condenser stopped working as well so he shut it off. I checked the system over and found the capacitor to be working order, but the condenser fan motor wasnâ€™t operating. Discussed with customer about repair needed and what he was wanting to do. He wanted to move forward with the fan motor replacement. I replaced the condenser fan motor and capacitor on unit. Washed the condenser coil thoroughly and checked systems operation, amps, and pressures. System is cooling properly. Went over maintenance plan with customer. They just wanted to do repair at this time.
Silver club fall service. Inspected filters and changed customer supplied filters, checked uv lamps, blower, heat exchanger from both sides and cleaned out blower cavity. Checked wiring and hoses. Cleaned flame sensor. Set thermostat high temp point to 78 from 74 degrees so I could test heat. Cycled system on and checked gas pressures, heat rise, amps and order of operation. System working well at this time.
On October 6, 2021 arrive to a new customer nonmember upon arrival I agree to the customer and she explained what was going on I went ahead and ask the customer to turn the thermostat one so I could be at the condensing unit when it started and see whatâ€™s going on right then and there yeah started up compressor start running fan tonight I checked the fan bearings thereâ€™s not seized up I accessed the service panel I checked capacitor and the fan side was dead inform the customer installed a new capacitorAnd tested the system the fan motor start spinning immediately I did amp drawls itâ€™s pulling 1 A per leg To the fan motor did Amp draw on the compressor and itâ€™s Pulling 14 A per legI cleaned out the service panel and check the charge everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Performed preventative maintenance on Furnace. Changed filter for customer. Inspected the blower assembly, motor, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, igniter, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, capacitor, amps, temperatures and gas pressure. Tested all safeties on the furnace. System is heating properly.
Duct cleaning inspection for supplies of home being renovated. Supplies are hard pipe but not screwed together, judging by looseness of ducts, there is a chance they can come apart during cleaning. Spoke with homeowner and they do not want to proceed at this time.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that the outside unit was running, but it didnâ€™t seem like it was getting cool inside the home. I checked system over and found the condenser operating properly, but the blower not moving air. Checked blower blower assembly, motor and capacitor. Found capacitor bad, and the blower wheel in need of some cleaning. Went over repair needed and what I recommended. Customer wanted to replace the capacitor for now and revisit the blower cleaning next service. I replaced the capacitor in the furnace and tested the blower. It came on with no issues, and amps were still in range. Double checked outdoor operation as well. System is now cooling properly.
Came out to give estimate for replacement of systems in home. Gave customer options based on what was discussed. Price match guarantee on carrier equipment. Went over recommendations and options.
Silver club furnace tune up on 80% Carrier gas furnace. Checked filters and customer just changed them at beginning of month. Checked and changed customer supplied batteries. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked blower, blower capacitor, heat exchanger and coil. Cleaned out debris from flue base. Checked inducer wiring and hoses, and tightened connections. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, heat rise from coil to filter base and amp draws. System working well at this time.
I arrived for a new location no cool call on a previous customer. I first spoke with one of the tenants and found the condenser to be located on the rooftop and the furnace to be on the attic. I inspected the rooftop system first and found the capacitor to have been left on its original package and hanging freely in the electrical cabinet of the condenser. This is why the part failed and shorted the component out. I replaced the capacitor and installed a new bracket and replaced the burnt wires in the electrical cabinet. I then inspected the indoor system and found the filter to be a 14X24 filter in a 14X30 filter grill. This is letting return air bypass the filter and can cause the evaporator coil to stop up with debris and can cause other issues. I went to inspect the evaporator coil and found the flue in front of the coil to be put together with tape, screws, single wall and double wall pipe and sheets of metal. I did not gain access to the evaporator coil due to the condition of th
On September 27, 2021 I arrive to a silver club member for furnace tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer and then went to the thermostat turn the system to heat and turn the temperature up and then went to the furnace did amp drawls on the blower motor and the inducer motor I didnâ€™t pulled and cleaned the flame sensor to check the gas pressure low side 1.9 high side 3.4 I changed a 20 x 24 x 1 filter everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike tea
Inspected home for duct cleaning. Found hard pipe ducts in attic for supplies to be loosely put together, and found no screws in them. The duct tape in the seams has deteriorated over time since they were installed in the 1960s. Inspected ductwork inside supply in dining room and it was also loose and no screws found. Due to ducts being loose, I recommend having ductwork screwed properly then duct cleaned or having ductwork with fresh ductwork which comes with a lifetime warranty. I also found attic insulation levels to be low and left a quote to raise insulation levels to an r-38 value. As a temporary reprieve, I sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray while customer decides which option to move forward with. See attached photos.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that they noticed it wasnâ€™t cooling last night and said that the outside unit wasnâ€™t coming on. I checked system over and found the condenser unit had power but the contactor wasnâ€™t engaged. Customer had mowed the day before and had cut the two wire to the unit. Showed customer and explained what needed to be fixed. I did a minor rewiring of the condenser wire. Ran it up the wall and off the ground. Attached wires to the condenser unit and cycled system on. Unit came on with no other issues. I did recommend condenser fan replacement due to the amp rating and the noise it was making. Customer will wait on repair for now.
Oh September 23, 2021 I arrive to a new customer nonmember upon arrival I entered the house turn the thermostat to call and turn the temperature down so the system will check on our then went to the package unit after removing the screws on the service panel with an Extraction kit found the capacitor is a 50 and it was reading 50 I had a brand new contactor in there the fan side was a 7.5 and it was reading 7.5 Iâ€™ll check the charge head 10Â° of superheat the system is r22 I did and rolls of the compressor both legs are pulling 12 A the condenser fan motor is pull in 4.5 A the condenser motor mounting guard is sagging on one side were the world of broke are they called the customer to let them know what I had found and done and they wanted to check the ductwork underneath the house that needs a smaller guy I didChecked Delta T add 20Â° the house is cool they wanted to check the bonus room which was a converted garage and figure out whatâ€™s going on with the ductwork there and have a
Silver club summer service. Blower motor run capacitor is good, motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, condensate drain is clear. Washed condenser coil, replaced weak dual run capacitor with homeowners ok, contactor is good. Checked operation, all amps and pressure are good. System operating normally. Replaced filter that homeowner provided.
On September 21 2021 I arrived to a previous customer non member upon arrival I greeted the customer I then went to the thermostat and turned it to heat I informed the customer that they will smell burning and it the oil being burned off from being a new unit I then turned the thermostat up so I can test the unit we just installed I then went to furnace and watched it start I then checked gas pressure and it was at 3.7 set to 3.3 did amp draw on idm 1.5 and blower amp were 5.6 everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business. Mike t
On September 20, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I agree to the customer they stated that they evaporator coil was freezing up I went to check the charge charge is low probably about 2 to 3 pounds I informed the customer they declined any repairs they said they couldnâ€™t afford it and he was going to go to just pick up a window unit I also gave the option to talk to Jake or Isaac about replacement and possibly financing they declined that as well thank you for your business Mike
On September 20, 2021 I arrive to a silver club member for a furnace tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer then went to the thermostat turn the system over to heat and turn the temperature up I informed the customer that he will be smelling a burnt smell thatâ€™s just the dust being burned off the heat exchanger I then went to the furnace clean the flame sensor did amp drawls on the blower I checked the The gas pressure low is 1.7 high is 3.4 Tim price was 50Â° inducer amps were 1.6 hot surface igniter amps .6Everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Arrived on the 23rd September for an air-conditioning maintenance inspected blower evaporator drain line contactor capacitor compressor had 8.9 A while the condenser fan motor had 1.7 and it is rated at 1.9 check charge on unit 5Â° of superheat was 5.5Â° of sub cooling is a TXV system clean condenser system is running well at this time.
No cool. Found and replaced bad blower motor and cap. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good. System operating normally. Enrolled homeowner in blue shield agreement.