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The road to comfort in Moore, OK is Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning. Moore residents can count on Interstate heating and cooling to keep them cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Our certified AC technicians are experts at diagnosing AC problems and completing air conditioner repairs. The same goes for heating repairs and furnace repairs. If you are in need of a new HVAC system, we do that too. One of our comfort advisors an talk to you about the best Air conditioner replacement to fit your needs.
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Read our Moore, OK reviews to see why we are the trusted route for reliable heating and air conditioning services.
Homeowners in the Moore, OK area can expect to pay on average between $4,000 – $8,000 to replace an air conditioning unit, depending on the type of unit and the size of the house. For more information on replacing an air conditioning unit, call Interstate at (405) 912-5900. We offer free price estimates and many options on different units!
There are many different ways homeowners in Moore, OK can lower their energy costs. Here are a few examples:
- Consider investing in a programmable thermostat; the temperature can be programmed to adjust when the homeowner is asleep or gone for work or travel.
- Use ceiling fans, as they can make the temperature feel 6 – 7 degrees lower.
- Weatherstrip doors and windows to make sure that cold air is not escaping.
- A clogged filter can increase energy output by between 5 – 15 percent. Therefore, filters should be changed every few months.
- Employ a certified technician to maintain the air conditioning unit annually. Maintenance keeps a system running efficiently, ultimately saving money in energy costs.
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Brandon provided great service
CHRIS - Moore, OK
Brandon was awesome. Very friendly, kind and helpful. Resolved our heating issue, got us up and running quickly!
TRACY - Moore, OK
JEANNE - Moore, OK
Issac James has always been very professional and an awesome technician.
On time, Great service
WILLIAM - Moore, OK
Isaac was polite and efficient
JOSE - Moore, OK
Thanks for all the helpful tips.
CHRISTINA - Moore, OK
Brandon was great! Arrived earlier than expected and answered all our questions.
LOIS - Moore, OK
Jake was polite, efficient and respectful.
Great Service, Very good Serviceman
BILL - Moore, OK
Our system died and the repairman Brandon was very experience and was able to help us with a new system. He listened to what we wanted and took care of everything. Also he lent us a portable heat pump and smaller heater so our house was very comfortable til the new system was in.
Great service and very fast response time!
CHRIS - Moore, OK
Great friendly service
JUDY - Moore, OK
Seasonal Maintenance Check
ROGER - Moore, OK
Issac did a great job in checking our heating units. He was very thorough and very pleasant.
TOM - Moore, OK
Nothing but Professional
JEFFERY - Moore, OK
Lorena - Moore, OK
We were very satisfied with the service from Joseph King on October 19th 2020. He did a real thorough check on our heater. Very nice young man! We will be calling Interstate H&A in the future.
LARRY - Moore, OK
This technician explained it better than anyone we have had.
DARLA - Moore, OK
On time, pleasant, answered all questions, good price.
RETA - Moore, OK
doc - Moore, OK
The person who answered the phone was great. Super friendly and easy to get scheduled. The service person was also friendly and did a good job. AC is still running, so no complaints.
JUDY - Moore, OK
Liam posh is always friendly and able to answer any questions.
ROBERT - Moore, OK
Technician was very professional and courteous. Provided detailed explanation of services
Great Heat and air company
JOSE - Moore, OK
Best in Oklahoma
Great service by Kianoosh
WILLIAM - Moore, OK
The Service Tech was Excellent
JUDY - Moore, OK
Very thorough service with a great smile
ROGER - Moore, OK
CAROLYN - Moore, OK
Never a problem with INTERSTATE
2-22-2021 duct cleaning inspection, building has 3 split systems and has had some add on work done. Some vents are commercial and some are residential. Inspected blower motors and evaporator coils, and Armstrong Air unit could use a cleaning, Carrier units are doing well at this point. Ducts are due for a cleaning after inspection, will have to use a combination of negative pressure and contact cleaning equipment to clean properly. Noted that commercial smoke detectors are situated at the base of the returns, so will only be able to clean that far which is 95% of the duct run. Left estimate to do cleaning in ducts and clean Armstrong air coil and blower in place. Returned 2-26-2021 for dental office duct cleaning project. Layed drop sheets carefully over any and all surfaces that might be contaminated by cleaning. Removed all accessible return and supply grills and vents and cleaned with spinning brush and disinfectant wipes. Used negative pressure machine to clean commercial ductwork
Customer purchased 10 Extended Labor Warranty for equipment.
I arrived for a no heat non member call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the furnace is not running. I inspect the system and found the plug to be broken and the pig tale to be completely corroded. I also found the capacitor on the blower motor to be completely depleted. I also found the control board to have been burnt and not cycling the system on in correct order. I recommend to replace the furnace bs making multiple repairs on the furnace. I bid to replace a furnace only. This bid is good for 30 days.
10yr part 1yr labor. Return cfm is 780 needs 1200
Blue shield fall service in 2011 Lennox 90% gas furnace. Spoke with customer about filters, thermostat controls and how system has kepnhome warm especially during recent snow storm. Everything has been working well for them. Checked inducer, hoses burners and flame sensor. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked blower, and blower capacitor. Capacitor is reading low at 3.2/5 mfd. checked return ductwork and heat exchangers from below. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, adjusting to 3.5 w.c, replaced gas caps. Checked amps and electrical. Blower starting amps reading high likely due to strain from weakened capacitor. Blower running amps look to be in range at this time. Checked heat rise and delta t. Other than weakened capacitor and blower starting amps, system is running within manufacturer specs at this time. Left 2-14 x 30 and 1 14x14 filter included with blue shield plan with customer. Customer wants to wait till next summer service to have blower capacitor replaced. Also wants to l
Replace bad hot surface igniter. 1yr part and labor warranty.
I arrived for a no heat non member call. I first spoke with the tenants and found that one thermostat controls heat and the other controls the ac. The system is located on the roof top and the building has a 2-3â€™ stem wall. There is ice building on the stem wall and the building is flat on the front and sides. There is no safe place to properly set up a ladder due to the weatherâ€™s and building set up at this time. We are to come back when we have a break in the weather or have a extra service technicians to help set up a ladder and that is if only both technicians feel safe in doing so. I arrived to inspect a package unit located on the roof top. I found the blower relay to have been burnt and the heater relay to have been burnt. I replaced both relays and cycling the system on. I also found the blower motor to be leaking oil and running high amps. I also found just above every wire in the system to start to corroded. This causes the system to not supply power to all components a
300ft iced over impassable driveway
Found bad warranty heat kit gave customer the price got approval then got stuck customer helped me get in stuck and decided to wait on repair the system is not operational at this time.
Arrived to find thermostat unresponsive buttons/screen stuck tried to reset thermostat that did not work with approval replaced thermostat set up thermostat settings checked filters tenant changes them regularly ðŸ˜ðŸ˜. Ran system through a cycle the system is operating correctly at this time
Arrived and found filter plugged took filter out and reset system system fired watched run twenty min the filter was the issue customer said she would get the filter system operating correctly at this time
I arrived for a silver member no heat call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the system started running about 4am. I then inspected the system and found the that the furnace is a 90% fuse and that both secondary drains were frozen. I removed the drain from the induced draft motor and ran hot water through the drain to clear it. I also poured hot water into the main drain to clear the drain line. I emptied a gallon of hot water into the drain and for no issues with the drain clogging up at this time. I suggest to let us come back and install heat tape on the drain line once we get some heat tape back in stock. This system is running at his time. I made the home aware that they need to keep a eye on the systems to check if itâ€™s starting to freeze up.
Came out to call for a furnace not heating properly. Customer stated that it stopped working last night and hasnâ€™t really been working since. I checked the system over and found the heat drain on horizontal 90% furnace partially frozen. I sucked the standing water out of the line to get the system running but it only worked for 5-7 minutes. Unfortunately due to the weather, the line has frozen up, and I have no capability of unthawing the line at this time. Customer is going to buy some heating wrap to wrap the pipe to get it to thaw out.
I arrived for a non member no heat call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the system will run then go out on a fault code. I first checked the systems temperature rise and filters. I found the filters to be in good condition but I found the temperature rise to be 50+ deg. I then inspected the evaporator coil and furnace and found the insulation in the evaporator coil to have come completely loose and was completely stopping up the evaporator coil. This is making the furnace back up with heat and fault out on a high limit switch. I removed the loose insulation from the evaporator coil and cycled the furnace back on. I rechecked the systems temperature difference and found it to be running between 26 and 29 deg temperature rise. We want to be around 30 deg in heating mode. The homeowner inspected the air flow and found the air velocity to have been increased. It will take some time before the furnace heats up the house properly. I recommend to keep replacing your air filte
Repair under warranty float switch. System is heating at this time.
Preformed heat preventative maintenance on 80%up flow furnace customer has high static media filter which she provided(customer has one filter left will need to order more after next visit) Checked all electrical components and safeties inspected blower wheel and evaporator customer is well insulated did a safety inspection and found no concerns. The system is operating g correctly at this time
Arrived to not heating well service call. Found maintenance to be the issue. Gas pressure and temperature rise is high. Flame sensor is dirty to. Performed tune up to unit. Customer recently replaced filters. Cleaned flame sensor and tested igniter. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. Test induced draft motor. All capacitor and motor amp draw in range. Adjust gas pressure to 3.2 temperature rise is now in range. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. System is heating at this time. Customer joined blue shield protection plan. Performed first tune up today. We will return in summer to service air conditioning.
Piece of tape came loose. Retapped return plenum.
Came out to call for a furnace not heating properly. Customer stated that the furnace has worked on and off for the past couple of days, but as of today, itâ€™s not heating at all. I checked furnace over and found it reading a pressure switch failure code. I restarted the control board and the furnace started the heating sequence, but the inducer motor wasnâ€™t operating. It had power to it, but the motor itself was inoperable. I discussed with customer about the repair needed and recommended going over repair vs replace options, but customer wanted to just repair the furnace for now. I was able to pick up the motor and come back to install it. After taking out the existing motor and installing the new one, I went through the furnace operations and condition of furnace. Customer has a 3 ton system and only has about 960 cfm in return ductwork and needs at least 1200 cfm. With the returns undersized and the ductwork and blower wheel in need of some extensive cleaning, I made some recomm
Found system giving code 13 limit fault after further inspection I found the wires off the capacitor ran system through cycle system operating correctly at this time
Preformed fall service on 80% up flow furnace customer has 16x25x1 ez-flex filter that was due for replacement with approval replaced filter cleaned the flame sensor checked amps on all motors they where good the evaporator and blower wheel where clean asked customer about clothes taking longer to dry he said they do not ran system through a cycle. The system is operating correctly at this time.
Blue shield plan furnace tune up. Checked thermostat controls and changed 20x20 and 14x24 filters included with SPP. Inspected flue, drain line and evaporator coil. Checked burner crossovers and cleaned flame sensor. Checked blower, blower capacitor and heat exchanger. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, heat rise and inside delta t. System is operating well at this time. Recommend having surge protectors installed to further protect equipment from power surges.
White club furnace tune up. Talked about filtration and uv lamps. Inspected micro power guard polarized filters and UVC UVC lamps. The lamps are due to be changed, but still functional at this time. Customer opted to wait on ordering them till they go out. I replaced the last polarized filter and customer would like to order a new set. Inspected flue, inducer, burner cavity, heat exchanger, blower and blower capacitor. Cleaned off control board, wiring connections, crossover mounts and flame sensor. The evaporator coil could use an in place cleaning and will be up for the cleaning this next AC tune up with the White Shield Plan. The ductwork will also be up for a cleaning this next Furnace tune up. Cycled system on and checked amp draws, gas pressure, heat rise and delta temps. System is working well at this time.
Performed tune up on Amana Furnace for customer. Customer will take care of filters. I inspected the blower assembly, blower motor, electrical components, secondary heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor, condensation drains and overall condition of equipment. I cleaned flame sensor and made sure tubes were clean for heater condensation lines. I checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure of furnace. System overall is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Arrived to find a code 13 limit fault reset system and heat fired but not the fan. Troubleshot and determined that the brain in the ecm electronically controlled motor had faulted. Motor is under warranty got motor and installed and ran system through a cycle customer said he will cut in another return system operating correctly at this time