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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
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
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.
I arrived to a customer no heat. During inspection of the furnace I found a cracked igniter. I informed the customer of the crack in the igniter and recommended a new one. The customer has purchased a new igniter I did mention that we have a membership that would give him a discount. Customer has declined the membership but he did have me install the igniter. I installed the igniter cycled the system several times with all operations being normal. also found a crack in the draft inducer housing showed the customer he has declined the repair as of today. The furnace is in operating condition. One year part and labor warranty.
Silver club furnace tune up. Customer supplied replacement filters. Last filters were changed during our last call out in May, 6 months ago. Recommend changing filters every 1-3 months. Inspected ductwork, attic insulation, hot water tank and plenum. Return ductwork is starting to deteriorate and may be letting attic dust into the system. Recommend having air ducts cleaned, plenum sealed from previous recommendation and return ducts replaced. Cleaned flame sensor, inspected flue, coil, blower and supply plenum. Blower wheel could use a cleaning as well. Cleaned burners. Inspected evap coil, and heat exchanger. Cycled system on and tested amps. Induced draft motor has bad bearings and is amping high. It was reading 1.7/1.2 last fall and is now reading 2.5/1.2 amps and could fail at any point in time. Checked gas pressure, replacing gas caps and checked delta t. System is operating at this time. Went over recommendations with customer and they are going to wait on repairs at this
Customer wants to move forward with furnace replacement. Will get availability from carrier in morning. Waived service fee with install
Arrived to service call and performed system evaluation. Found walk in cooler low on refrigerant. Charged unit with 1lb r22 refrigerant. Sight glass is clear fan is cycling as it should in current ambient temperatures. System is cooling at this time. System has known leak customer is aware of condition of system unable to give any guarantees on refrigerant. Cooler is working as designed at this time.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t heating properly. Nothing would come on. I checked thermostat and it was set to 71 but reading 69. I went up in the attic to inspect system and found that the float switch on secondary drain had fallen over and was cutting off 24 volt power to run system. I had to cut the main drain to tighten the secondary float switch. Put primary drain back together and tested system. Heater worked properly and completed a full cycle before I left. The float switch shouldnâ€™t fall over anymore. Was installed loose. No charge, covered under first year warranty.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace that was installed in August of this year. Inspected filter, blower assembly, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor, ductwork and overall condition and operation of equipment in closet. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure. Adjusted gas pressure to 3.5 recommended for furnace. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Performed fall service on 80% furnace checked gas pressure cleaned flame sensor blower amps where 1.6 of 7.7 inducer motor was 1.3 of 1.4 system operating correctly at this time. Changed filter 16x25 filter.
Heating and cooling full system turn up on 2014 Lennox split system. Asked about filter and hot and cold spots. Changed customer supplied 12x30 filter. Home has had a lot of hot and cold spot issues but customer wants to wait for room mates before addressing issues. Washed outside condenser. Checked flue, evap coil, blower, blower capacitor, return ductwork, insulation, supply ductwork and burners. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked condenser capacitor, contactor and disconnect wiring. Tightened disconnect wiring, and contactor wiring. Tested all amp draws, volts, ohms and electrical. Checked refrigerant pressure, temperature rise, and delta t in heating and cooling mode. The ductwork, blower wheel and evap coil have light construction dust in them that will get cleaned out with the red plan duct cleaning and coil cleaning coming up in 2 years. The system is suffering from low return air, recommend having another filter grill installed in office area at return cavity to increase return air
I arrived to perform a silver member heat tuneup. I checked all amp drawls voltages capacitor cycled both emergency heat and the heat pump tested the defrost delta T is within spec cycle both systems several times at all operations being normal.
I arrive to perform a blue member furnace tuneup. I checked all amp draws voltages gas pressures resurfaced flame sensor igniter is within spec blower wheel is clean capacitor is within spec cycled the system several times to all operations being normal replaced filters for the customer.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the heater was having the same issue it was before. We installed a new return duct on system because the system was tripping on high limit, and lack of return cfm. I checked system over and found that it was tripped on high limit again. I went through all the limits on the furnace and found none of them to be open. I shut system down and cycled it back on. System started its sequence, but the control board was dropping out in the sequence. Had trouble with the float switch before, so I took it out of the circuit to see if it was the float switch malfunctioning. Furnace was still not completing the heating cycle. The furnace control board is faulty, and is causing the system to not complete a full cycle then bringing the fan on and saying that a limit is open, which is not the case. I discussed with customer about options. Customer wanted to move forward with the repair option. I installed a new universal control board, along with a hot surface ign
I arrived to perform a red member furnace tuneup. I checked all amp drawls voltages gas pressure resurfaced flame sensor checked the capacitor for the blower blower wheel is clean no oil coming from the blower motor delta T is within manufacture specs coil is clean. I cycled the system several times did find that the capacitor for the blower is out of spec 9.1 out of 10 ÂµF. The customer has declined at this time and will give us a call When Sydney comes home and have the repair made. Other than that the system is in good operating condition.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace for customer. System is almost a year old and was installed by us last November. I inspected and changed out aprilaire filter with customers approval. I inspected the blower assembly, motor, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment and install. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressure of furnace. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications.
Performed preventative maintenance on heat pump system. Changed out customer supplied 4â€ filter. Inspected the blower assembly, motor, heating elements, wiring, electrical components, UVC lamp, and overall condition of air handler. Cycled emergency heat and checked all functions and amp readings. Cycled heat pump in ac mode to check refrigerant charge. Customer had to add refrigerant last service, and wanted to make sure it was still holding for now. I checked refrigerant pressures and heat pump operations. The subcooling is registered at 7 degrees, and customer had 6. As of right now, system is operating properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Customer doesnâ€™t want to put any more money into the system, as he is interested in replacement if it becomes low on refrigerant again.
Performed blue shield protection plan furnace maintenance. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Tested induced draft motor. Tested all capacitors and motor amp draw. All capacitors and motor amp draw in range. Gas pressure and temperature rise in range. 90 percent drain is clear. Blower and evaporator are clean. Customer keeps up with filters. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. System is getting older and showing signs of age customer is aware of age of unit. System is working as designed at this time.
Performed silver club furnace maintenance. Furnace recently replaced with evaporator coil. Filters are clean and blower and evaporator are clean as well. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Test induced draft motor. Test x13 motor amp draw. All amp draw in range. Adjusted gas pressure from 3.59 to 3.43 all gas pressure and temperature rise in range. System is heating as designed at this time. These newer systems have a lot of complex electronics that can be damaged by power surges I do recommend the possibility of adding a surge protector to system in future to furnace 149.00 installed 3yr 7500 manufacturer warranty if installed. No issues with system at this time.
I arrived at to perform a silver club member furnace tuneup. I checked all amp draws voltages gas pressures resurface flame sensor igniters within spec blower wheel is clean delta Tâ€™s are within spec cycled the system several times with all operations being normal. Customer just recently replaced air filter all operations normal as of today.
Performed blue shield protection plan furnace maintenance. Changed filter. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Test induced draft motor. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. All amp draw in range. Gas pressure and temperature rise in range. Blower and evaporator are clean. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. System is heating at this time. System is a little short on return air. Customer is aware and will call when ready to move forward with another return.
I was out earlier today for an install warranty call. Found the systems gas valve was shut off. Customer called back and stated that he wasnâ€™t getting any air down stairs. I came back out to the home and checked system over. I found the furnace had tripped on high limit. Shut system down and inspected the equipment in closet. System has a damper unit on the downstairs portion and for the upstairs duct. I supplied power to dampers, and found the downstairs damper not opening. I checked power to damper and was getting 24 volts. The internals of the damper module have gone bad and is stuck in the closed position. I opened up coil door and was able to manually open it for now. I will have to do some research on the replacement of this actuator and see if the new module will work with the existing damper. 11-10-2020 Came back out to call to replace the damper control that I had ordered from Carrier. Took old damper controller out and unwired it. Installed new damper controller and wired
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace. Customer changed his filters recently. I inspected the blower assembly, motor, electrical components, flame sensor, ignition, gas valve, inducer motor, and overall condition and operation of furnace. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the components. Checked amps, temperature rise and gas pressure. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Silver club for furnace tuneup on 2010 Amana 80% gas furnace. Ask customer about filters, and they use washable filters that they clean out monthly. Checked flu, evaporator coil and drain line. Checked and cleaned flame sensor and burners crossovers. Check blower and blower capacitor. Capacitor was reading out of range at 15 ÂµF with customer approval replaced with fresh 20 ÂµF capacitor. Checked electrical components and found some loose wiring likely due to weekend capacitor loosening those connections. Insured tighten connections proper grounding and flow is present. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure and replaced gas caps. Checked air temperature, heat rise and inside delta t. System is operating great at this time. Spoke with customer about our UVC air purifiers.
Performed blue shield protection plan furnace maintenance. Washed filter. Blower and evaporator are clean. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Gas pressure and temperature rise in range. Induced draft motor in range. Capacitor and motor amp draw in range. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. System is heating well at this time no issues found. Sent customer an estimate to provide labor only to add duct to laundry room.
Came out to call for a no cool. I was out Friday to fix the AC and customer said yesterday that it got hot again and the AC wasnâ€™t coming on. I checked the system over and found that it isnâ€™t getting full power to the contactor. I checked fuses in disconnect and they were fine. The disconnect is wired into the main and has specialized locks on it, so Iâ€™m not able to access it. Customer will have to have OG& E out to check the box and wiring. I will leave ticket open for now if I have to come back out.
Came out to perform preventative maintenance on 2 furnaces. Discussed with customer about the systems performances and how they are working for him. Customer had no complaints. Customer stated that they changed the filters already late October. I inspected both systems thoroughly. I inspected the blower assemblies, motors, electrical components, heat exchangers, burners, flame sensors, ignitors, gas valves, inducer motors, surge protectors, and overall operation and condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensors and brushed dust off the burners. Checked amps, temperatures and gas pressures of both furnaces. The west furnace seems to be the older of the two and had some parts on it that have some wear that I made the homeowners aware of. The Ignitor was reading 78 ohms which is getting close to max ohms the ignitor should reading. This is an indication that the ignitor is starting to wear out. The heat exchanger has some wear, but I was not able to located any cracks or breaches at this
Silver club furnace tune up on system with 80% gas furnace and heat pump. Changed out customer supplied 20x25x4 filter, customer has 2 filters left in attic. Inspected ductwork, flue, dryer vent and hot water tank. Inspected evaporator coil, drain blower and heat exchangers. Cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on in heat pump mode and tested operation and reversing valve. Cycled system back to cooling. Cycled system in emergency heat, to test gas furnace. Tested electrical, gas pressure and replaced gas caps. Tested heat rise and indoor delta t. System is operating well for this upcoming winter season. Spoke with customer about our duct cleaning, dryer vent cleaning and surge protectors.