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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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Our Reviews by City
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
CHAD - Moore, OK
Isaac is the best! Price is a little steep, but love his customer service!
Fast Professional Service
STEVE - Moore, OK
Very knowledgeable and friendly technician. Had unit up and running efficiently in less than an hour.
JEANNE - Moore, OK
SOFIA - Moore, OK
Brandon was awesome!
MICHELLE - Moore, OK
KAREN - Moore, OK
I appreciate the fast service from the technicians and also their excellent diagnostic skills!
CHAD - Moore, OK
Isaac was fantastic and friendly from start to finish. Price was a littler higher than I’d have liked but I don’t even know if it was fair or not. At the end of the day I have cold air!
Steve - Moore, OK
He was a very appreciated and very refreshing person to deal with. After a few days of horrid dealings with A/C companies. He really set the bar very high, all around great from personality to professionalism. Has my sincere thanks and a very happy job well done.
GILBERT - Moore, OK
It was Jake from Interstate and he was real nice and professional
Knowledgeable and friendly!
Vanessa - Moore, OK
Excellent service! We were kept updated on the arrival time, he knew what he was doing, answered all of our questions, fixed the issue, gave us some advice for the future and was super courteous the entire time! Thanks a ton!
JEFFERY - Moore, OK
I understand cooling operations better now. Topped off coolant. It was better now than later.
Service was great!
CHRIS - Moore, OK
Great service by a great guy
Dr Trent - Moore, OK
GEORGE - Moore, OK
Technician came, took care of business and left. No issues found. Did say plenum was a bit high. Suggested lowering top about 18 inches. Will consider when cool weather comes.
Excellent Service and Communication
MATTHEW - Moore, OK
Kianoosh Moeini did an excellent job and was effectively communicated all work and associated pricing. Great work!
DAVE - Moore, OK
Very professional, great service
JUDY - Moore, OK
LARRY - Moore, OK
Nice & friendly & thorough
Gave customer Quotes for a 4 ton complete System, with or without return ductwork. Will give him a free duct cleaning on estimates without ductwork. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Found bad dual capacitor. Spoke to customer. Customer chose to replace capacitor. Installed new capacitor and tested amp draw. Fan in range. Compressor slightly elevated. System is cooling at this time. Customer wants to see what happens with system before making any further repairs or replacement decisions. System is starting to show age but working at this time.
I arrived for a silver member ac and heat pm. I first inspected the complete system and I found issues with the following parts. Condenser fan motor, blade, capacitor, contactor and the system to be low on refrigerant charge. I made all issues aware to the homeowner and explained how the bearings in the motor had failed causing the condenser fan blade to hit a bracket in the condenser causing the capacitor to weaken and a refrigerant leak in the condenser coil. I strongly recommend to replace this system due to all the failed components. The homeowner only wanted to repair the system at this time. I replaced the condenser fan motor, capacitor, contactor and charged the system with 1 pound 8 ounces of R-22. If you have any questions please contact me and I will do my best to help you any way I can. Jake Kring.
I arrived for a silver member heat and ac pm. I first inspected the furnace and found the furnace to be working with no issues. I then inspected the evaporator coil and condenser. I found the condenser fan motor bearings to have failed allowing the fan blade to drop and hit a bracket that holds the condenser coil. This also made the capacitor weak as it is working harder to start a motor that is has failed. Where the condenser fan motor hit the bracket it created a small leak in the condenser coil. This system is low on R-22 at this time. I also found the contactor to be black and starting to pit. I made the homeowner aware of all the issues with this system. I strongly recommended to have the condenser and evaporator coil replaced. I bid a new system and offered financing and discounts. We decided to just repair this system at this time and keep the system running as long as possible. I did all recommended repairs at this time. I strongly recommend to have this system replaced if any
Clean side access dryer discharge vent with shop vac and spinning brush, clean up base boards and area behind dryer and back of dryer. Reattached dryer and confirmed it is working well.
I arrived for a silver member ac and heat pm. I first inspected the furnace and found the induce draft motor to be running at high amps and the bearings are noisy. I also found the capacitor on the blower motor to be reading extremely high. I inspected the condenser and found all capacitors and electrical components to be in good condition. I made all issues aware to the homeowner and we decided to replace the capacitor on the blower motor to help prevent a breakdown in the future. The homeowner ad a $25.00 coupon to go towards the repair.
Silver club jewel tuneup for heating and cooling system on 2008 American Standard equipment. The filter needs to be changed, will come back on Monday, 9/21/20 to replace 4x16x25 filter. Left a 1â€ filter in place for the weekend. Washed condenser. Checked capacitors. Checked flame sensor, flue, contactor, evap coil and blower. Cleaned flame sensor and crossover points. Cleaned out blower cabinet. Cycled system in cooling and heating. Checked inside delta temps, and heat rise. Checked outside delta temps and refrigerant charge. System is working well at this time. Arrived Monday, 9/21/2020 and replaced fresh 16x25x1 filter. Customer would like to be direct billed for filter.
Performed preventative maintenance on Carrier/York AC system. I inspected the blower assembly, evaporator coil, drain, electrical components and overall condition. We will be replacing the ez flex filter next service. I checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, hard start kit, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. Cleaned condenser coil thoroughly. System is still cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Customer is aware system is getting old, and is wanting it to fail completely before replacing it.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t cooling and wasnâ€™t coming on outside. All he heard was a humming sound. System is a Ruud from 1997. When I initially checked the system over I found the condenser coil completely covered with debris. I checked the high pressure switch but it wasnâ€™t that. I checked power and had no power to the contactor. I checked the disconnect box and pulled the fuses to check them. The fuses were good and the breaker wasnâ€™t tripped. I plugged the disconnect back in and the system came on. Disconnect terminals seem to be dropping power somewhere. I shut the system off and on multiple times to test and verify that it was the issue. System worked fine each time. I went ahead and cleaned the condenser coil thoroughly. Customer changed filter while I was there. He also stated that the thermostat was off on the temperature and he would have to set it way lower than what itâ€™s reading to kick on. I discussed replacement and pricing. Customer
Came out to call. Customer said the system wasnâ€™t keeping up and he just changed the filter a day ago. I checked thermostat and system was off. I turned it back on and checked AC. The systems lines were freezing up. I checked evaporator coil area and found it froze up. Let customer know that Iâ€™ll have to leave the system off for now and just run the fan overnight to get the system to thaw out. We will schedule to come back out between 1 and 3 pm. Returned after thaw out. We were here a little over a month ago. Motor was replaced and refrigerant checked. Refrigerant levels were recorded as good. I found suction pressure inlet valve under pressure when took cap off found slight leak on Schroeder valve. Replace valve. Unit was slightly low on refrigerant. Charged with small amount of refrigerant. System is cooling at this time. Performed work free of charge. System is cooling but will take along time to pull down house temperature.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Found same problem as last time. 3 phase 30 amp breaker tripped. Fuses in working order. Tested amp draw machine running at 19.4 amps. Machine running under amp draw. Breaker and panel with wiring will need looked at by licensed electrician to find root of problem wire sizing is at borderline for amps needed. Only charge service fee with strong recommendations to have electrician look at panel. Was unable to reach customer to discuss issues or collect payment.
I arrived for a blue member no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner and I found that they are remodeling the home. I also found that they had someone cut some wires while they were doing sheet rock work. I found the power coming into the disconnect that controls the condenser to be pulling 98 volts between L1 and L2. I found L2 to ground to be reading 128 volts and L1 to ground to be reading 8 volts. I collected a test and verify at this time. Once the power is properly supply to the system we are to come back and checked the systems operation and make sure that the system is getting proper power and runs correctly.
Came out to call. Customer stated AC wasnâ€™t cooling properly and he said he didnâ€™t feel much air out of the vents. He turned system off for a day and cycled it back on and it was working after that. He wanted to go ahead and get it checked out anyways. System is a 14 year old 4 ton Trane system. Customer moved into the home a few years ago and hasnâ€™t had any issues with it since he moved in. He said he would change out the filters. I checked over the entire HVAC system, and inspected all major components. AC cycled on with no issues and my pressures, temperatures and amp readings were within range. I washed the outside condenser for customer. When I was checking the equipment in the attic. I noticed the blower motor was squeaking a little. I took panels off and ran the blower. The blower was overheating and cutting out. I discussed with customer about what I found and the repair needed. After discussing pricing and motor I had available, customer approved repair. I took out blowe
Came out to do maintenance on 2 Carrier Systems and a tune up on an Armstrong system. Changed filters for customer in main area. Inspected blower assemblies, electrical components, wiring, evaporator coils, heat exchangers, flame sensor, hsi, safety switches and overall condition and operation of Furnaces. Cleaned flame sensors and brushed dust off the burners. Armstrong system is the oldest and has noticeably weakened heat exchanger cells, and a weak blower capacitor. I was not able to find any cracks or compromises in the heat exchanger, but advised customer system should be replaced soon before it becomes an issue. Customer is planning on remodeling some of the building and wants to wait till thatâ€™s done to discuss system replacement. I got approval to replace capacitor on blower motor to keep it running. All systems are heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
This bid is for replacing a Lennox 3 ton with a matched price from a presented bid from a different company. We will match the pricing with a Payne system. This systems will come with a complete 10 year parts warranty and a one year labor warranty. We will replace the line set furnace and coil with a new thermostat.
I arrived for a red member no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the system runs for a short time but the condenser motor stops working. I inspected the system and found that the condenser fan motor to have failed. I recommend to have the system replaced at this time. The homeowner wanted to wait until next year to replace the system to gain all benefits from their rem member discounts. I pro rated the discount as if the homeowner is on the red plan from mar 2017. The only major issue I see with replacing the the system is that the evaporator coil is higher than the door frame of the closet. To pas inspection we might have to cut the door frame and make the evaporator coil accessible for maintenance. If you have any questions please call me and I will do all I can to help you out. Jake Kring.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated AC cools sometimes and then sometimes it doesnâ€™t. He also explained that the fan motor on AC doesnâ€™t spin all the time and he has to spin it to get it to start. The AC is a 5 year old 3 1/2 ton. I checked system over and found the capacitor to be depleted and not allowing the system to operate properly. I discussed with customer about what I found and repair needed. Customer had me replace the capacitor. I checked amps temperatures and pressures of condenser as well. System was running at a 5 degree subcooling and needed to be at a 9. Customer also approved adding some refrigerant. I added 1.3lbs of 410a to system to get proper subcooling. I went ahead and did a complimentary check on upstairs AC as well. Recommended maintenance plan for systems. Customer wanted to just sign up downstairs system for now, seeing he doesnâ€™t use the upstairs as often. Both systems are cooling properly within manufactured specificati
Blue SPP on one year old system that we installed. This is the downstairs system, we gave a quote for the upstairs system in 2017 and it had a bad txv, and customer does not really use upstairs so they wanted to hold off on having it maintained. Both systems are in garage closet. Changed 12x24 filter with SPP. Checked copacitor and contactor. Checked drain, indoor coil and float switch. Checked amps and volts. Checked outside delta t and refrigerant charge. Downstairs system is working at this time, recommend looking at filter monthly and change every 1 to 3 months as needed. Spoke with customer about having a Senior tech out to look at upstairs system again, and possibly just do a repair instead of change the whole system. Also recommended surge protectors to protect the system from intermittent power surges. Customer wants us to call to have a tech out in a month to install both surge protectors on the downstairs system and evaluate the upstairs system at the same time.