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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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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.
MARK - Midwest City, OK
Adam took the time to explain things in detail and shared his insights into proposed solutions. Would very much recommend.
Adam is Awsome!
Jessie - Midwest City, OK
Came early! Friendly and thorough! Took extra care and explained all services. He then went over and beyond what he needed to do! I will call Interstate from now on!!!
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.
Performed preventative maintenance on Carrier furnace. Customer will handle the filters. I inspected the blower assembly, heat exchanger, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, pressure switch, and overall condition and operation of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure. Cycled both heat stages. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Performed silver club furnace maintenance. Replace customer supplied filters. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested igniter. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. Test induced draft motor. Gas pressure in range. Heat rise in range. Visually checked heat exchanger. Found lot of rusting and hot spots was unable to find any failure at this time but informed customer that this could become an issue in future. System is heating at this time. Spoke to customer about servicing air conditioner customer wants wait till spring.
Performed blue shield protection plan furnace maintenance. Taped up some insulation at wye by furnace. Cleaned flame sensor. Test igniter. Test induced draft motor. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. All capacitor and amp motor amp draw in range. Igniter in range. Adjusted gas pressure to 3.4 temperature rise in range. Blower and evaporator are clean. Heat exchanger in good shape. System is heating and cooling properly at this time. Changed filter with service.
Blue shield plan furnace tune up. Spoke with customer about details of how our club memberships work in tandem with the manufacturer warranty for the equipment purchased and installed by us in 2016. Asked about filter and how home has been cooling and heating. Filter was just changed and home has been heating and cooling great. Left fresh 14x30 filter with Blue SPP. Prechecked heating system to make sure it went through all stages. Cleaned hot surface igniter. Checked evap coil and blower and heat exchanger from both sides. Cleaned out return and blower space cavity, as It had some dust build up. Checked burners and cycled system on. Checked flue. Checked amps on blower and inducer motors. Checked flame sensor and hsi. Checked and dialed gas pressure from 3.7 to 3.5. Replaced gas cap. Checked temperature rise and delta t. System is operating great at this time! Recommend having a surge protector installed to protect system from power surges. Customer is going to get a plug in protect
I arrived to inspect and bid a new system replacement on a 2.5 ton system. I spoke with the homeowner and we decided to bid two systems one with a two speed ac and single stage heater. The other is a two stage ac with a two stage heater. The homeowner also had questions on installing a UV light in the system to help prevent any further growth in the system. I gave the homeowner options on a discount on the system replacement OR to get a whole house air purification systems with the purchase of either system at no cost. Both systems will have a 10 year parts warranty and a 1 year labor warranty. Either new system will have a up flow filter base that will make filter replacement extremely easy and hassle free. If you have any questions please contact me and I will answer any questions and do my best to help you in anyway possible. Jake Kring.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Found condenser fan working. Capacitor was bad. Install capacitor and motor started. Amp draw in range. Condenser was slightly dirty. Washed condenser. System is cooling at this time 1 yr capacitor warranty.
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I first spot with the homeowner and found that the system will run but not cool. I first inspected the indoor system located in the garage closest and found no major issues at this time. I then inspected the condenser and found the hard start to have failed and blew apart. I spoke with the homeowner and explained that the system should run without the kit when the compressor is in good condition. When the compressor will not run with out the hard start kit that is a sign that the compressor is failing. I inspected the compressor and checked all other electrical components and found no other issues. I replaced the hard start kit and the systems cycled on. I checked all amps and refrigerant charge at this time. I strongly recommend to start planning to replace this system due to the condition of the compressor and the electrical damage it has received. Over all this system is running and working at this time.
White Shield Plan AC tune up. Asked about filter and how home is cooling and it is doing well. The customer changes filter monthly so I changed it today with the White SPP. Washed condenser thoroughly between coils. Checked dual capacitor. Checked furnace surge protector. Checked blower, and blower capacitor. Checked evaporator coil and it is making water. Checked refrigerant charge and outside delta t. System is operating great at this time. Went over details of surge protectors, and customer wants to wait to have one installed on condenser.
10yr part 1 yr warranty
Came out to call. Customer stated that her upstairs unit wasnâ€™t working properly and it was causing the downstairs more, and caused it to freeze up a little during the day. I checked upstairs system over. Itâ€™s a Rheem/Ruud unit that has no data on it. Itâ€™s either late 90â€™s or early 2000. System wasnâ€™t cooling because it was low on refrigerant. Found a leak on the liquid line king valve stem. I discussed with customer about the leak found. We discussed pricing and she approved. I replace valve stem core with a new one. Cycled system back on and checked pressures. System was running at a 48 degree superheat and needed to be at 22. I added 1.7lbs of R-22 to system to get proper superheat. Filters on both systems are very dirty. Customer is going to take care of that. Systems were cleaned by customers husband recently. Did a courtesy check on package unit for downstairs. System is in poor shape and I recommended it needs to be replaced soon. Customer wanted a quote to just replac
10yr parts and 1 yr labor
Came out to do a full HVAC inspection on the home. I first started my inspection in the attic then the utility closet, and finished with the ac condenser. I checked ductwork, insulation and ventilation in attic. Duct work is still intact, there is hardly any insulation (less than 3â€). The only ventilation is through the eves and on a 100 degree day, the attic can reach 140+. Could affect run time of the system. I did a thorough inspection of the furnace and evaporator coil. Inspected the blower assembly, wiring, electrical components, gas pressure, evaporator coil condition, drain, and overall operation of equipment. Furnace is 2 years old and is in great condition. All electrical components are operational and functioning properly. Evaporator coil is the oldest out of the equipment and is showing its age, but still working. I washed condenser coil thoroughly. AC was installed in 2009. I checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperat
Came out to call, customer said they keep hearing a noise in the master bedroom in the wall, and already had plumbers out to inspect it and found no issues. Customer said it could be the duct work that has fallen. I inspected the ductwork and found no issues, duct work is properly strapped and connected. Itâ€™s also flex duct not hard pipe so it wouldnâ€™t make a hard thud noise if it fell. They are also hearing it more than once. I have no explanation for the noise in the wall, other than it might be a pipe. After checking over duct work I found the return by the master bedroom needs to be expanded from a 14â€ to an 18â€ to get adequate return air. Also suggested an air balancing due to the customer having issues with a couple rooms. System already has dampers, we just need to do the analysis.
I arrived for a non member water leak. I first inspect the system and found the the second and primary drain lines to be clear and water free. I then inspected the complete system and found the supply and return duct to be undersized and the bypass damper to be open at all times. This is causing the system to move cold air through the bypass duct at all times causing the duct to sweat and produce water. Without recalculating and revamping all supply and return ducts all adjustments to this system will not be a complete fix. I recommend to size all ducts correctly per the systems requirements that is the true fix to this system. We can add a supply air dump to remove the cold air in the system and prevent the air from recirculating as much to prevent the system from dropping below dew point. I would also strongly recommend to add a return duct to help increase the total cfm of the air needed to help run the system. This will help the system from condensation and leaking water. The only
I arrived for a silver member ac pm. I first inspected the package unit and found the the filters to be dirty. I replaced the filters with some the home owner provided. I then cleaned the drain pan and drain line. I checked the conditioner coils and found them to be completely stopped up with heavy debris. I cleaned the condenser coils and the hail guards. I cycled the heat on and check the systems electric components and cycle of operation. I then inspected all electric components on the ac side and found the run capacitor to be expanded and leaking oil. I recommended to have this component to be replaced before it fails further out of manufacture range of operation and create other issues in the future. The homeowners agreed to the repair. I replaced the capacitor and check the systems refrigerant charge and found no other issues with this system at this time.
Came out for an estimate for a 3 ton system. Gave 3 options and discussed financing Plan #4129 no interest if paid in full in 12mo. Term total 108 months (all options) Plan #4188 18 mo no interest w/ payments. Term 84 months (full system or ac&coil) Plan #1164 4.99% interest over 60 months. (Full system only)
Blue shield protection plan summer AC tune up. Asked customer about hot and cold spots and filters. Replaced filters with blue SPP. Home is cooling well at this time, customer did talk about the known issue of the returns being too small and causing added noise. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked dual capacitor and contactor. Cleaned contactor from dirt and bug debris. Went in attic and checked evap coil, drain line and drain pan. Drain line had become a little disjointed about 8 feet from furnace, reset, anchored and leveled for proper water flow. Tested to ensure condensate drain was draining properly to slab drain. Cycled system on and tested all electrical; blower amp draws are at the high end of manufacturer specs at 13.4 amps, but still in range. This may be due to undersized returns, but the equipment s also 8 years old and still has another 2 years under warranty. Checked refrigerant pressure And outside delta t. System is cooling well at this time. Recommend having dryer ven
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation on 2011 Armstrong condenser. Customer replaced capacitor one of the wires to contactor loose wasnâ€™t making contact and compressor was overheated. Put wire on correct. Unit started. Condenser was dirty. Spoke to customer about tune up. Performed tune up instead of service fee. Refrigerant levels are in range. System is cooling at this time. Customer is military thank you for