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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
KATHY - Moore, OK
TRACEY - Moore, OK
Let him do his thing while I worked because I trust them!
NGHI - Moore, OK
BOB - Moore, OK
Chris and Mario did a great job
MICHAEL - Moore, OK
Great dedication to doing a great job. Experience really makes a difference.
SUSAN - Moore, OK
Thorough and efficient
ASHLEY - Moore, OK
Kianoosh not only cleaned my vents and inspected everything.. he also educated me on his process so I knew exactly what I was paying for. He was friendly and personable. 5stars!
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!
Performed preventative maintenance on the furnace. Changed out filters for customer. Inspected the blower assembly, motor, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, igniter, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and burner compartment. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressure. System overall is still in good condition. Furnace is operating properly at this time.
No heat? Resident complaining that it is cold in house. Evaluated system ,completed furnace tune up. Filters are dirty, blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, rated at 1.45A actual 1.21A. Manifold pressure is 3.7 in wc, within mfg specs(3.2-3.8 in wc). Air temperature rise is 49 within mfg specs(30-60 degrees). I checked all duct work in attic, all looks good, all duct is connected, no holes or rips in duct. No ducts are pinched or collapsed. All looks good. Recommend that duct work be evaluated for proper sizing.
Fall tune up on 2011 Carrier split system. This system has a known coil leak issue, and the
20JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for for fall tune up. Spoke with Homeowner about systems performance. Cycle system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Pull blower and coil door, inspect heat exchanger, capacitor and blower motor. 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. found a lack of attic insulation and undersized ductwork. Attached are quotes please give me a call if you have any questions. -Jason
20JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up. Spoke with Freddie about the systems performance. Checked batteries and wiring at the thermostat. Cycled system on. Inspected air handler. This is an upflow in the garage electrical heat with straight AC. shut off power at Air Handler. Inspected blower motor cabinet coil capacitor heat strips ductwork and all electrical components. This system is running properly at this time. 14.8 /15 MFD 2A BLOWER 20A HEAT STRIPS All electrical connections are tight. Sequencer and relays working properly.
18JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up, spoke with Homeowners about systems performance, itâ€™s been making a weird loud noise in heating when itâ€™s cold. Inspected furnace and coil cycled system in all stages at thermostat check delta T coil, blower cabinet, motor, float switch, and all electrical components. Heat strips pulling 19.4 a coil is dirty. Inspected heat pump, all amps, and capacitors in good shape, reversing valve and pressures check out. After speaking further with Homeowner we found the noise the be the defrost cycle. I found this system to be run without a outdoor temperature sensor. Recommend adding one or upgrading to a WiFi stat in order to program a compressor lockout temperature. Allowing the system to switch over to aux heat automatically and not attempt to run the Heatpump in below freezing temperatures. Changed filters. System is running properly at this time.
Silver club fall service. Replaced filter that homeowner provided. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, manifold pressure is 3.47 in wc, within mfg specs, ai temperature as 41 degrees. Cycled system with tstat, tstat and system are operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€” 0 ppm. There are no carbon monoxide detectors in house, recommended that there be one in each bedroom and living room. Prepared estimate for duct cleaning, 8 supply runs and 2 returns.
3 bags of 6â€ and 1 bag of 8â€ increase return to 20x25â€ filter grill 5% teacher appreciation discount
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace. Customer changed filters in home already. I inspected the blower assembly, motor, capacitor, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, igniter, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. The heater exchanger has some significant hot spots on it, but no cracks were found at this time. I cleaned the flame sensor and brushed dust off the components. Checked operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressure. System is heating properly within manufacturing specifications at this time.
14JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for for fall tune up. Spoke with Tenants about systems performance. Cycle system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Pull blower and coil door, inspect heat exchanger, capacitor and blower motor. 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. Found blower wheel and coil to be getting rather dirty, no signs of attic air penetration at RAB or furnace. I recommend cleaning the blower and coil, then installIng an air ranger or polarized filter media to reduce the amount of dust getting into the system. Attached are estimates for work. Please give me a call if you have any questions or if thereâ€™s anything else I can do for you.
Blue shield fall service. Replaced electrostatic filter media that homeowner provided. Blower motor is ECM, run capacitor not required, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switches (2) checked good, inducer motor run capacitor checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, roll out switches (2) checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressures are within mfg specs ( low fire 1.6 in wc, high fire 3.49 in wc). Checked system operation with tstat, tstsat and system operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€” 0 ppm
Performed preventative maintenance on Furnace. Gave customer filters to change inside home. Inspected blower assembly, motor, electrical components, heat exchanger, burners, flame sensor, igniter, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and dust off the components. Checked operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressure. System is heating properly within manufacturing specifications. I did, however, recommend that the igniter be replaced due to it being out of ohm range and badly faded. Customer approved replacement. I replaced the igniter and tested the system several times with the new igniter to ensure system was operating correctly.
Came out to call for a system not heating a couple of rooms very well. Customer stated they moved into the home last fall and have noticed difficulties keeping certain rooms comfortable. I checked the system over and noticed a few key indicators on why itâ€™s not balanced. The system was installed vertically in the attic with not much space for the plenum. The company that installed it used an L shaped plenum. This plenum and the way the ductwork is set up on it is not efficient. The ductwork does have dampers on it though, and I made customer aware of that. The returns are through chases in the wall and are undersized based on what the system calls for. The unit itself is about 17 years old and is a heat pump. Customer was unaware that it was one. I went over how the system operates and how to use his thermostat based on the information we went over. I tested and verified that the system as a whole is operating properly, but the heat pump is struggling to keep temperatures consistent
Blue shield fall service x 2. Upstairs system. Washed filter, motor and wheel are clean, ensured all electrical connections are tight, all relays and sequencers are operating normally, heat strip amps are within mfg specs, (21.1A, 21.3A). Downstairs system. Washed filter, blower motor is ECM, no run capacitor required, motor and wheel are clean, ensured all electrical connections are tight, all relays and sequencers are operating normall, heat strip amps are within mfg specs, ( 21.3A, 20.8A). Both systems are operating normally.
Came out to call for a system not heating properly. Customer stated that it blows air, but doesnâ€™t heat the home. I checked the system over and found the inducer motor stuck. I hand spun it to get it unstuck, but the motor is going out and only ran for a few minutes. Due to the age of the furnace, I made customer aware that the inducer motor may be hard to find. I will check Monday for pricing and availability. Need to discuss replacement if itâ€™s not available.
Furnace repair - Came out to call for a system not heating properly. Customer stated that the unit wasn't heating and it sounded like it wanted to come on. Customer changed out the thermostat but still had nothing. I checked the system over and found the unit had a bad fuse. Changed it out and cycled heat on. Unit started to cycle on and as soon as the control board sent voltage to the gas valve the call for heat dropped out and reset itself. Checked the control board and it was okay. The gas valve has a short in it and is causing the control board to drop out of cycle. Let customer know that I found the issue and went over repair needed. System is close to 10 year old, but is still in pretty good shape for the most part. Customer approved replacement of the gas valve. I picked up a new valve near by and came back and installed it. Reconnected existing gas pipe and wiring. Cycled heat on and checked operation. System is heating properly within manufacturing specifications at this time.
Duct cleaning inspection. Inspected supplies below and in the attic, and determined that 4 out of 5 supplies are old and deteriorated, and a duct cleaning will only tear up the old Mylar ductwork. Went over options with homeowner and tenant and will come back Friday 1/15/22 to replace 4 of the duct runs with fresh flex ductwork. Replace 8â€ in living area, and 6â€ in each of the 3 bedrooms. Will also cut in and increase return grill to 20x24â€ to to provide more airflow to system. Included 5% Educator appreciation discount. Ductwork includes lifetime warranty on craftsmanship.
Blue shield plan fall tune up on 90% Condensing Amanda Furnace. Changed filter included with Blue SPP. inspected flue, evap coil, drain pan, condensing drain line, and heat exchanger from above. Checked blower, blower capacitor, filter base, control board and heat exchanger from below. Cleaned flame sensor, check surge protector, inducer hoses and wiring. Found some blockages that I cleaned out from inducer hoses. Cycled system on and checked gas pressures, heat rise and amps on inducer and blower. System is operating in manufacturer specifications at this time.
23DEC2021 arrived for no heat, system is still acting up. Reinstalled homeowners thermostat replaced existing gas valve with universal. Cycled system in all stages. Programmed stat for automatic switch between heat, and emergency heat. Cycled system in all stages again. Everything is working at this time. Returned check for new T6. And will continue to monitor situation. Please call if and when the system locks out again. Gas valve was sticking preventing ignition and putting system into 1hr lockout. This is a 3 year old universal gas valve. If it keeps sticking I recommend we go back with the OEM valve. 10JAN2022 Jason B Arrived to install OEM Gas valve and check thermostat for proper operation. Removed existing gas valve installed OEM gas valve leak checked gas line, cycled system on in heating and set gas pressure to 3.5 iwc. Cycled system several more times to verify proper operation. Heat pump systems have two units - one outside the home and one inside the home. The unit ou
This is an estimate for a full system replacement of an existing 2.5 ton system and installing a Carrier 2.5 ton full system. Includes the following: 3 ton drive 80% 70,000 BTU Furnace 2.5 ton 16 Seer 410a AC Unit 2.5 ton high efficiency aluminum evaporator coil Honeywell T-6 Thermostat 16x25 Ez filter box New 4â€ flue pipe Combustion air in closet space Estimate includes all necessary code updates to be in compliance with building codes. Warranties: 10 year parts 10 year coils 10 year compressor 20 year heat exchanger 1 year labor *AC model listed is out of stock, replacement model is BA16NA03000G*
Came out to call for a system not heating properly. Customer was concerned that the blower motor was starting to go out. I checked the system over and found the blower assembly in rough shape and covered in debris, dust, etc. The blower motor was hot to the touch and the capacitor was also week. I inspected the heat exchanger to make sure there were no failures present. I wasnâ€™t able to see any at this time, but I did recommend customer think about replacement vs repairing due to age and condition. Customer wanted to just do the repair at this time. I changed out the blower motor, cleaned the blower wheel and changed out the capacitor. Put the blower assembly back together and reinstalled it. Cycled the system on and made sure the unit was operating properly. I still recommend that the customer look into having the whole system replaced in the near future.
2 can lights 13 eve vents wall for furnace closet Materials 2 can light covers 13 eve covers 2 3â€-4â€ increasers 2 4â€ bath exhaust covers
Duct cleaning estimate for home with 12 supplies and 2 returns. Ductwork is in tact, but is laying loose over the attic studs. Spoke with homeowner and will clean ductwork today.
Duct cleaning inspection for home with sand in the ducts and boots. After inspecting floor supplies, found that the boots are rusted, as are some of the visible galvanized joints. The upstairs return ductwork is composed of older Grey Mylar and has deteriorated as well. Went over options with customer, including leaving system and building sand traps, having ductwork sealed and flipping system upstairs. Customer is interested in having a senior tech out to give an estimate on a new system with ductwork in the attic.
Open arrival mini split system on front of building not coming on. Pulled disconnect to check fuses and for proper voltage. Energized disconnect and system started to work, checked pressures, system now operating normally. Was told that building has been closed for the last two weeks and they did not know if there had been any power issues.