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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.
for Moore, OK
Our Reviews by City
Great service and convient
RETA - Moore, OK
SUSAN - Moore, OK
It was good
great, quick service
pmac - Moore, OK
VINCENT - Moore, OK
Joseph did a great job on our winter maintenance. He even took a water heater to dispose of for us.
GARRELL - Moore, OK
think you for fixing my air conddition great job
Fantastic service from tech Jason, very polite and informed me of any issues with my unit… wiouldnt use anyone but Interstate for my air conditioner
BARBARA - Moore, OK
STACY - Moore, OK
Our tech did an excellent job. He quickly diagnosed the problem and quickly fixed it. A+++
Great service, very friendly
RON - Moore, OK
He was great, very friendly, showed how the new testing instruments worked which was very interesting. He is welcomed back to my house anytime!
A real professional!
HENRY - Moore, OK
Great service on time!
CHRISTINA - Moore, OK
Joseph was awesome. Professional, showed up on time, and was fast and efficient.
Great Service and Great Customer Service
TROY - Moore, OK
Jason was great. He was very knowledgeable and willing to explain to me what he was doing and how the system worked. He did a leak check and discussed different repair/replacement options.
Great service, on time, and professionally performed.
GEORGE - Moore, OK
The service performed by Rod was great. AC unit found to be in good working order. I look forward to staying cool the rest of this summer.
LOIS - Moore, OK
Isaac James was Great
KATHY - Moore, OK
He is always professional, courteous and thourough
i’ve only gotten the quote I like Jake
GINNY - Moore, OK
Very personable and very informative
Spring tune up
BARRY - Moore, OK
Jason did a great job. He offered to wash my indoor return duct filters; but since he was pretty busy I did them myself. He also replaced my pan treatment, which was due
PATTY - Moore, OK
Great service, as always!
STACY - Moore, OK
Jason was very professional and arrived in a timely matter! He made sure to wear shoe coverings while inside my house and was very polite! The service was great, as always!
He did a great job
DANNY - Moore, OK
Very thorough. Took pictures of problem and gave options to repair.
JUDY - Moore, OK
Great Service by great people!
R - Moore, OK
BRAD D - Moore, OK
Isaac is a great service tech. Very knowledgeable and extremely customer service driven!
VINCENT - Moore, OK
Isaac was very friendly. He was also thorough with the maintenance.
Reliable company, always available for service of heat/air systems and readily answer any question (s) you may have. Dependable.
SUSAN - Moore, OK
Always professional and knowledgeable about any service you received.
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!
17OCT2021 Jason B Arrived for new customer no cool. Spoke with William about systems performance. Cycled system on at thermostat. Inspected furnace. Found voltage to variable speed indused draft motor, but motor is not coming on, we will have to call for availability on Monday.
14OCT2021 Jason B Arrived for for fall tune up. Spoke with Terry about the systems performance, the furnace has not been ran this season and this is a new home and still within builder warranty period. Cycled system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Inspect blower compartment motor, coil, and heat exchanger. Reinstall blower pull and clean flame sensor. Test all pressure switches, then reconnect power. Cycle system on in heating. Adjust gas pressure to 3.5 IWC. Inspect HSI, burners, and all safeties. Check amp draws, inducer, gas manifold, temperature split, and CO Levels. System is running properly at this time. Checked filter, ductwork, return and supply plenum. 1600rcfm 1990scfm This furnace is designed to move 2000 cfm of air, I recommend increasing some of the return ductwork to accommodate the designed load and reduce stress on the blower motor. This is a brand new system and the ideal time to address this.
On October 14, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer then went to the thermostat turned it to heat and turned it up and then went to the furnace did amp draws on the inducer motor and the blower motor Iâ€™ve been poured and clean the flame sensor and check the gas pressure gas pressure was sitting at 4.1 I just it down to 3.2 I then did amp draw on the hot surface igniter and changed three 12 x 24 x 1 filters everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On October 13, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup upon arrival I agree to the customer I then went to the thermostat can you turn the system to heat and turned it up customer stated that the back light on the thermostat flashes when you touch the button and then goes right back off pour off the wall ask the customer for some batteries install the batteries to see if that will change anything on the thermostat and the back light stayed on when the button was pushed until it shut off like it supposed to I then went to the furnace did Did amp drawls on the blower motor I did amp drawls on the inducer motor pool and clean the flame sensor did amp draw on the hot surface igniter and check the gas pressure it was at 3.8 I regulated down to 3.3 everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Duct cleaning inspection for home with 2 systems upstairs and downstairs with 14 supplies and 3 returns. Inspected ductwork and spoke with homeowner about a quote and they decided to not have work done at this time.
I arrived for a silver member no cool call. They are selling the home and need it cooling. The fan blade was hitting the coil housing causing the condenser to vibrate and putting stress on the condenser fan motor. The motor is leaking oil at this time. The system is also Lea refrigerant and freezing up. We decided to replace the fan blade and charge the system with R22. I added 3 Pounds of R22 and set the systems superheat at 17.2 and the system calls for 18 deg superheat. There is no warranty on refrigerant. This system is in need of replacement.
On October 11, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a fall tuneup upon arrival agree to the customer with the thermostat turn the system on climbed up on the roof check the fan belt it is tight Check the blower wheel it is clean did amp drawâ€™s on that motor 6.7 amp pulled and cleaned the flame sensor your amp drawâ€˜s on the inducer motor did amp draw on the hot surface igniter check the gas pressure it was a little bit high 3.7 dropped it down to 3.4 Tested system operations and everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
This is my neighbor that is having ac issues. The main issue is that the system is freezing up and not cooling. I inspected the system and found the evaporator coil to be rusted but clean. We did donâ€™t the insulation in the plenum to have came loose and was stopping the coil up from the top side. We removed the insulation. And checked the system refrigerant charge and found it to be running at 4.5 deg subcooling and the system calls for 9.0 deg. We decided to add refrigerant to the system and we set the systems subcooling at 10.2.
Blue shield fall service. Replaced all filters (3). Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, clean and checked flame sensor, inducer run load amps within mfg limits, manifold pressure at 3.5 in wc, pressure switch checked good, all limits and safeties checked good, checked gas piping for leaks, none found. Carbon monoxide 0ppm. System operating normally.
Red Shield Protection Plan fall tune up on 2014 Lennox 90% furnace. Changed customer supplied 12x30x1 filter. Cleaned flame sensor, checked drain, inducer wiring and hoses and flue connections. Checked blower capacitor, blower and heat exchanger from blower side. Cleaned blower cavity with microfiber cloth and cycled system on. Checked start up sequence, gas pressure, inducer and blower amps and heat rise from return vent to supply plenum. Checked carbon monoxide levels, and asked about batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Customer just changed them 9 months prior. System is working well at this time.
Came out to give estimate for replacement of existing system with a new 3 ton system. Went over all upgrades to pass code.
Silver club fall service. Blower motor is ECM, no run capacitor required, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface igniter checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure checked good, all limits and safeties checked good, manifold pressure at 3.5 in wc, within mfg specs, inducer motor run load amps are within mfg specs. Checked gas piping for leaks, none found. Carbon monoxide 0ppm. System operating normally.
On October 6, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival customer stated that thereâ€™s oil underneath his condensing coil what checked it it was oil did a quick leak check Malik detector did go off indicating a leak I informed the customer he said letâ€™s get it fixed order the condenser coil will be in in 7 to 10 days
Performed preventative maintenance on Furnace. Changed customer supplied air filter. Inspected the blower assembly, motor, capacitor, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, igniter, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, amps, temperatures and pressures. Customer and I discussed replacing the furnace along with the ductwork. Customer is short on return and the supply ductwork should be redone for better airflow efficiency. Customer wanted an estimate and will discuss it over with husband.
Came out to fix panel issue. Customer was worried things would get into the electrical panel of the AC unit through a gap at the bottom. I fixed the gap on the panel and it is no longer visible.
Blue shield fall service. Replaced filter. Blower motor run capacitor is good, motor and wheel are clean. Hot surface igniter checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, all limits and safeties checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, manifold pressure is 3.5 in wc, within mfg specs. Air temp rise is 51 deg, within mfg specs. Checked gas piping for leaks. None found. Carbon monoxide at 0ppm. System operating normally.
Arrived October 3 for a callback initial problem was the system was frozen over previous tech added 2 pounds of our 22 and the system froze over again and on this day in October 3 offered customer of the check customer wants to talk about the new system at this time.Chris
Arrived on 3 of October For a air-conditioning no cool found that the capacitor on the compressor side had failed customer authorized replacement with a standard capacitor. Checked charge on unit it had 11Â° of sub cooling with 12Â° of superheat amps on the compressor were 8.6 and the condenser fan motor had 1.3 A system is running as it should at this time but customer would like an estimate for a new system due to its age and the fact that it takes r22. Thank you for your business Chris.
Blue shield fall service. Dual fuel. Replaced filter. Furnace- blower motor run capacitor is good, motor and wheel are clean. Hot surface igniter is good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch is good, manifold pressure 3.5 in wc. Within mfg specs. Inducer motor amps are within specs. All limits and safeties are good. Heat pump- washed condenser coil, dual run capacitor is good, contactor is good. Initiated defrost, defrost control board operating correctly. All amps are good. System operating normally. System not set up for dual fuel. There is no Bill Porter board and tstat is not dual fuel. If gas heat is desired, tstat will need to be switched to emergency heat. Explained this to homeowner.
3 1/2 Ton 16 Seer AC unit 3 1/2 Ton high efficiency aluminum coil Warranties: 10 year parts 10 year coil 10 year compressor 1 year labor
White shield fall service. Blower motor run capacitor is good, motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, condensate drain is clear. Inducer motor run capacitor is good, inducer motor run load amps are good, .85A. Cleaned and checked flame sensor, have good flame sense light on control board. Pressure switch checked good, all safeties and limits check good. Manifold pressures, high and low within mfg. specs. Carbon monoxide was 0ppm. 40 deg air temp rise within mfg specs. Checked all gas piping for leaks. None found. System operating normally.
Performed preventative maintenance on the furnace. 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 and components. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressure. System is heating properly within manufacture specifications.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that the outdoor unit wasnâ€™t coming on like it should, and that the fan motor wasnâ€™t spinning. I checked the system over and found the fan motor and compressor actually working, but the amps were high, and the fan motor wasnâ€™t spinning that fast. I checked the capacitor and found it depleted. System is still under 10 year part warranty till 2023. I replaced the capacitor under warranty. Customer only owes for the labor and the service fee. I recommended maintenance plan to help limit breakdowns and catch parts failing sooner.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace for customer today. Customer changed filter within the last week. I inspected the blower assembly, motor, electrical components, capacitor, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, hot surface igniter, and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressures of furnace. Inducer motor amps are close to max and the bearings are slightly loose and making noise on start up. This is a sign that the inducer motor is wearing out. Made homeowner aware and gave them pricing of the component. System is heating properly within manufacturing specifications at this time. Customer will discuss recommendations with husband.
Came out to give customer an estimate for replacement of an AC unit. After discussing with customer about the system and what I recommended, I gave customer a couple of options based on what was discussed.