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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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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.
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
Arrived to no heat service call and performed system evaluation. Unit was in need of maintenance. Spoke options with customer. Customer could only have basic tune ups at this time and will call in to join club when in a position to join. Performed tune up. Changed filter. Cleaned flame. Tested amp draw. Amp draw in range. Gas pressure and temperature rise in range. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. System is heating at this time.
I arrived to perform a blue member furnace tuneup. I checked all amp draws voltages gas pressure resurfaced flame sensor igniters within manufacture specs blower wheel is clean no leaks coming from blower motor blower motor is amping properly capacitor is within spec delta T is within manufacture specs as well I cycled the system several times all operations being normal. I did recommend to the customer to add a surge protector to the system they asked me to send a quote.
I arrived to perform a blue member furnace tuneup. I checked all amp draws voltages gas pressures resurfaced flame sensor igniter is within spec capacitor is reading 7.6 out of 7.5 ÂµF blower wheel is clean blower motor is not leaking any oil delta T is within spec customer just recently changed your filters informed the customer two points at the arrow at the furnace that is on the filters. Cycled the system several times with all operations being normal.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace. Changed filter for customer. Inspected the blower assembly, blower motor, capacitor, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor and overall condition of furnace. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners and components. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of furnace. System overall is heating properly within manufactured specifications.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace and AC for customer. Customer is selling home and the inspector suggested the system have maintenance done on it. I started with the equipment in the attic. I inspected the blower assembly, blower motor, capacitor, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor, evaporator coil and overall condition of equipment. System would benefit from a duct cleaning and blower cleaning. The heat exchanger is still in good shape. There are noticeable signs of wear, but no sign of any cracks. Blower motor and capacitor were replaced recently, and are working properly. I cleaned the flame sensor and dust off the burners and components. Checked amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of furnace. Tested pressure and safety switches. Furnace is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time. I cleaned the AC coil, and also cleaned out some dust from electrical panel. Checked capacitor, contac
Arrived to no heat service call and performed system evaluation. Found bad induced draft motor. System is 16 years old. Spoke options with customer. Customer chose to replace furnace. I will get availability from carrier in morning and follow up with customer. Waived diagnostics fee if customer has us replace system. I collected 89.00 but will apply towards total with replacement. Quoted 2050.00 minus 89.00 1961.00 will be payed after install.
Performed preventative maintenance on 4 year old Lennox High Efficiency 2 stage furnace. I first discussed with customer about filters and system operation. Customer recently changed the filters and stated that the system has been running fine with no issues. I inspected the blower assembly, blower motor, electrical components, flame sensor, burners, inducer chamber, furnace drain, gas valve, and overall condition and operation of furnace. Cycled furnace on from thermostat. Checked amps, temperature rise and 2 stage sequence. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
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Arrived to service call system running as designed. Customer has had a lot of power issues due to ice storm. Believe system was in lock out due to power flashes then reset itself after time period for lock out timed out. Amp draws in range. System is working as designed at this time. Showed customer how to reset unit if power flash happens again.
On arrival found customer and no heat that is intermittent. During inspection found that the pressure switch is getting stuck open after the heat cycle is off or it will open up during the heat cycle. Replaced the pressure switch with a universal pressure switch and cycled the system several times with all operations being normal. Also noticed that the venting for the furnace is not redone properly and should be done for the safety of the home. The customer has been sent an estimate to redo the venting also the customer did decline a blue membership as of today.
I arrived to perform a silver membership furnace tuneup. Checked all amp drawls voltages gas pressure resurface flame sensor igniter is within manufacture specs blower wheel is clean evap coil is clean. Cycled system several times with all operations being normal.
I arrived to perform a silver silver membership furnace tuneup. I checked all amp draws voltages gas pressure resurfaced flame sensor igniter is within manufacture specs blower wheel is clean capacitor is within spec replaced homeowner supplied filter cycled the system several times with all operations being normal.
I arrived to a home that is up for sale to check the systems operation. I found the heat exchanger to be rusted and has multiple cracks in the heat exchanger. This is a bid to replace a furnace only.
I arrived to inspect a furnace that is not operating correctly. I found this system to be a 38 year old natural draft furnace. I inspected the furnace and found the heat exchanger to have major cracks in all three of the heat exchanger tubes. I pulled all burners and took pictures and had the tenets sign for the heat exchanger failure forms. I turned the gas valve in the off position per the tenets request. This furnace in non repairable and will have to be replaced to run and operate safety. This can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning and can cause the flame to role out of the furnaces cabinet and cause fire hazards. I strongly recommend to have this furnace replaced at this time.
Blue shield plan fall service. Filters were just changed and home has been doing a good job keeping cool this summer. Left fresh 12x24 filters with customer, included with blue shield plan. Checked flue, filter cabinet and ductwork. Checked thermostat controls. Checked blower. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested system in heat mode and checked gas pressure. Dialed pressure down to 3.5 in w.c. Checked amps and temperature split. System is operating well and ready to warm home this winter season.
Performed preventative maintenance on Armstrong furnace. Supplied customer new polarized filter media. Inspected blower assembly, motor, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer, evaporator coil and overall condition of equipment. I checked the humidifier filter and operation. Humidifier pad needs to be replaced. I showed customer and recommended it. Customer approved replacement. I installed new humidifier pad and cycled system on. Checked amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of system. Tested pressure and safety switches. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Came out to call. Customer stated heater wouldnâ€™t work, but she felt it kick on before I had arrived. I checked system over and found the fan to be on, but the thermostat set to off. I checked system over and checked wiring. Wires were spliced in two different places. From the thermostat to a wire splice above the ceiling tiles, and then to a splice in a junction box on the roof. Then those wires went to the unit. After going through all the wiring and troubleshooting, I found the W wire and G wire were switched at the splice above the ceiling tiles. So the heat was coming on when the fan mode was turned to on from the thermostat, and only the fan would engage when calling for heat from the thermostat. After fixing the mismatched junctions, I cycled all functions of the package unit to make sure the system was operating properly. System will now heat and cool correctly. Customer had no recollection of the system being worked on recently, so my guess is that itâ€™s been operating inco
Performed preventative maintenance on Carrier High Efficiency Furnace. Inspected EZ flex filter, blower assembly, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, inducer motor, drains, and overall condition of equipment in closet. Filter doesnâ€™t need to be changed yet. Customer will replace it when itâ€™s time. I did suggest a duct cleaning be done soon, due to the amount of dust build up in return plenum. I cleaned the flame sensor and dust off the components. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of furnace. Tested pressure and safety switches. Surge protector is still green. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
I arrived to sign up a customer for a Blue Shield membership. I performed the furnace tuneup. Checked all amp draws voltages igniter resurfaced the flame sensor all gas pressures are within the manufacture specs the blower is a ECM so no capacitor to check the coil is clean changed the filter for the homeowner cycled the same system several times with all operations being normal. Customer has purchased a new blue membership but has declined the perpetual.
Dryer exhaust vent cleaning through the roof. Came out from previous technician recommendation. After inspecting dryer exhaust vent, discovered that the main trunk line is actually a gutter drain downspout that is 2 1/2 x 4â€œ rectangle. Inspected dryer vent with camera and found that it is a straight run and we can clean it but replacing the downspout with an actual 4 inch hard pipe would be very difficult. Remove dryer and attachments, and began dryer vent cleaning from below with five passengers. Went on roof and accessed exhaust vent from rooftop cover and removed as much lint by hand as possible. Went in attic again and remove the rest of the lint at the exhaust point. Customer had roofers out so I spoke with them about putting in a proper dryer exhaust vent when they redo the roof. Cleaned out the rest of the dryer vent lint from below and cleaned the dryer area including the back of the dryer, the exhaust hose, and the dryer exhaust up to the impeller motor. Turn dryer on and te
I arrived for a non member fall maintenance. I first spoke with the homeowner and found no issues with the system and how itâ€™s operating. We inspected the system together and we found the evaporator coil to be clean but rusted due to age. We also found the filter to be in fair condition and the homeowner will replace when their scheduled to replace it every three months. The system looks like they change the filters regularly. We checked the capacitor and and hot surface igniter and I explained what they do. Both components are in good working condition. We then inspected the systems components in order in heat operation and we checked all amps gas pressures and temperatures of the furnace. I explained all findings with the homeowner as I found them. The furnace itâ€™s self is in good condition. We found the start caller on the flue to be the wrong type for this furnace. The caller is sitting on top of the induce draft housing and the 90 flue fitting is not properly seated into the f
I arrived for a silver member fall pm. I first spoke with Scott and found no issues with the home and how the system is running. I first inspected the filters and replaced them with ones the homeowner provides. I then inspected the furnace and found no issues with its operation. I also found a excessive amount of dryer lint in the attic and on top of the water heater. I made this aware to Scott and we decided to get a dryer vent cleaning scheduled for the following Monday. I vacuumed the top of the water heater and found dryer lent has melted and stuck to the top of the water heater. I scraped the lint aware and dusted the remainder lent off of the watch heater and furnace. We agreed to have a dryer vent cleaned. At that time I made the home aware that If the dryer vent itâ€™s self needs replacement or if the dryer cap needs replacement Kianoosh will address that issue at that time. We also spoke about air filtration. I offered to have a UV light only kit install and expand that this w
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace. Inspected filters, blower assembly, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, hsi, gas valve, evaporator coil and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners and components. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of furnace. Tested pressure and safety switches. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications. I did let customer know that the adapter plug for outlet needs to be replace. It has a small short in it and when the plug is moved at all, the furnace could lose power. He had an extra and I replaced it for him.
I arrived to bid a system replacement. I bid three carrier 3.0 ton systems with 70,000 BTU heat. I bid a system with a select condenser with a select furnace. I bid a system with a deluxe condenser and a deluxe furnace. I bid a system with a premier condenser and deluxe furnace. I also bid the duct for all three systems separately. The existing plenum will need a plenum extension to allow all ducts to have a damper on every run. All runs will be within 25â€™. This also includes replacing the 12 return duct and making it a 14â€ in the furnace closet. We are to cut the back of the closet to allow air to pass through the closet to increase the intake air to allow the system to accept the air that is needed to properly run. We are to replace all boots and grills except the existing return boot and grill. If you have any questions please contact me and I will do my best to help you out in anyway possible. Jake Kring.
Arrived to no heat service call and performed system evaluation. Found bad thermocouple and clogged pilot assembly. Replace thermocouple and cleaned pilot assembly. Replace very clogged filter. Lit pilot and tested system. System is heating at this time. System is getting older and showing signs of age furnace may have issues in future due to age and condition if system fails in near future replacement may need be considered. Customer active military gave discount.suggest regular maintenance be performed to system.