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Interstate Heating and Air Conditioning has been the loyal provider of HVAC services in Oklahoma City, OK since 2002. When your AC or furnace is not working, our pros can get your heating and cooling running again. We are experts when it comes to HVAC repair, Air conditioning replacement and all types of furnace services.
If you want to see why Oklahoma City, OK chooses us for heating and cooling when quality is needed, just have a look at our reviews.
With a heating and air conditioning tune-up in OKC–and with the right HVAC company you can expect:
- Greater energy efficiency
- Fewer breakdowns
- Less costly repairs
All of this adds up to more money savings. Plus, you can expect higher quality heating and cooling. To take advantage of these benefits, call Interstate at (405) 237-4937.
Typically, if your heating and air system is making loud noise, something is wrong with it. If you are hearing hissing, banging, squealing, buzzing, clicking or any other obvious noise, you should call a trusted HVAC company for service. Interstate is available for convenient scheduling at (405) 237-4937.
The decision to repair or replace your AC system is dependent on:
- Age – Is it over 15 years?
- Energy costs – Are your energy bills slowly climbing?
- Your comfort level – Are you still comfortable in your home?
- Home additions – Have you added to your home?
- And more
Get professional guidance on whether you need a replacement or repair by calling the HVAC pros at Interstate: (405) 237-4937.
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Our Reviews by City
Really good customer service!
MATTHEW - Oklahoma City, OK
Chris is a great asset to have - knowledgeable, nice, and always professional in our conversations.
Danielle - Oklahoma City, OK
Isaac came within a couple hours of calling, fixed the problem and was very helpful! Wonderful service!
MARC - Oklahoma City, OK
Our tech was great! He was very personalable, friendly and professional. He gave great advice on caring for our system and explained why certain things needed to be done. He actually watered some of our outdoor plants from excess water in the hose he used to clean our ac unit..."rather than wasting it in the grass." It was an awesome experience! Thank you!!!
MINDY - Oklahoma City, OK
I had a very specific day/time frame when they could come. I was sent pics of what was up (needed coil cleaning) and I was given a quote of over $1200 on the high end. I agreed and scheduled for the next week. Mike called and said he didn’t have to do near as much as originally thought and the total price was less than $500. He showed me the cleaned coil and did a walk through with me to check how well the vents were blowing. Great service, great price. Super nice technician!
DON - Oklahoma City, OK
Jake is very professional and kind
JERI - Oklahoma City, OK
Interstate technicians are always professional and competent
JOEL - Oklahoma City, OK
Great ethics. There was an issue and I felt he went above and beyond to make it right. It was and is greatly appreciated.
Great service, knowledgeable and friendly.
CHARLES - Oklahoma City, OK
We will definately use this company from now on.
JOEL - Oklahoma City, OK
Friendly and informative tech
MARILYN - Oklahoma City, OK
Fast friendly service.
On time, great service
Gary - Oklahoma City, OK
Our AC started short cycling Sunday night around 10pm. We had interstate out a few weeks earlier and called to schedule someone to come look at it. Got a call at 8am that mike (the same guy who looked at it two weeks ago) was on his way. Figured out it was our thermostat and we didn’t figure it out until we had to turn on our AC for the first time this year. He was thorough and figured that out without charging us.
Great technician! Great manners too!
KAY - Oklahoma City, OK
Mike was knowledgeable and kind. Interstates hires the best people!
KAY - Oklahoma City, OK
Isaac was so very kind and helpful. I will use only Interstate if they continue to employ kind AND knowledgeable techs like Isaac.
MATT - Oklahoma City, OK
Fast, friendly, and didn't try to sell us anything unnecessary!
Liz - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh was amazing and professional. He took care of everything. I am grateful for this company and it’s service provider.
Great, quick service
DONALD - Oklahoma City, OK
Crew showed up and got things wrapped up quickly.
Spring HVAC Service
KEVIN - Oklahoma City, OK
Mike was polite, professional and punctual. He called me about 15 minutes prior to arriving to let me know he was on his way to my house. He performed spring HVAC testing and servicing and he also adjusted airflow dampener(s) to the master bedroom that were allowing an excessive amount of heating and cooling to the room.
Gary - Oklahoma City, OK
Mike was great. Our AC was short cycling and he figured out what the issue was. It took a little while, but it’s because he was being thorough.
Years of Consistently Outstanding Service
WILLIAM - Oklahoma City, OK
We've been customers since we moved and bought a home in OKC in 2006. I've always had great service from each Interstate technician. That's why my original systems is still performing beautifully.
DARLA - Oklahoma City, OK
Very informative, answered all questions. Polite, on time, great service
CHARLES - Oklahoma City, OK
ROBERT - Oklahoma City, OK
MICHELLE - Oklahoma City, OK
James - Oklahoma City, OK
answered all questions; informative; suggestions on best practices; friendly and professional; took the time to do a good job
DON - Oklahoma City, OK
18MAY2021 Jason B. Arrived for spring tune up. Discussed system performance with Shannon. He was concerned about damage that squirrels may have caused in the attic. Cycled the system on at the thermostat. Inspected blower cabinet motor and all electrical components. Inspected wiring and armaflex for damage and found non. Coil is rotated backwards and very difficult to access. System is level and free of defects drain has proper fall. Moved outside and found the condenser to be clean. Removed top and picked out leaves. Washed condenser coils, then inspected all electrical components. Contactor is clear of bugs and working properly. Shannon is aware of undersized ductwork but is holding off for now. Furnace Cabinet clean Blower balanced and clean No signs of oil leaks Cap 11.7/12.5 Amps 5.5 Condenser Coils clean Cap 34.1/40 5.1/5 Fan 0.8/0.7 Compressor 6A System is performing properly at this time.
Arrive 17 made to conduct a no cool inspected evaporator evaporator was clean the condenser check the charge on the condenser and superheat was at 53Â° 22Â° such a rich saturation this is an R 22 with a fixed orifice metering device explain to the customer and Possibility of a leak. Customer does not want to do a leak check I offered electronically check for 460 to the customer and a top off he does not want to do either he just wants to get a new price on a new system preferably condenser and evaporator. Also customer indicated to me while they were running it they were getting low airflow out of the vents when I arrived the system was off turn the system on has plenty of airflow now which indicates a frozen evaporator.
Arrived for blue club member AC tune up. Overall the system is operating and cooling however multiple issues were found. Issues found were blower motor capacitor reading low, dirty blower wheel, bad returns in the attic, compressor capacitor (works like a battery to help start the motor) is reading low, Pitted contactor outside(allowes the power to pass through turning on the compressor outside), and low refrigerant charge (likely a secondary result of the bad return ductwork) 1. Main repair that needs to be made is the ductwork. The plenum and the ducts will need to be increased to allow for proper air flow. Currently the ducts are undersized and squashed together restricting the airflow which is causing most of your other issues. 2. Compressor saver kit. This option is the number one option for keeping the system running. It wonâ€™t solve the main issue but will help prevent some of the current potential issues seen on todayâ€™s visit. With this you would get a Capacitor for the out
On May 17, 2021 arrive to a nonmember previous customer upon arrival customer stated that the outdoor unit was tripping the breaker anytime it called for air-conditioning I went to the condenser pull the disconnect check voltage at the disconnect had 240 V are then access the service panel on the condenser and check the capacitor and the capacitor is good I flip the fan pull the prongs off the compressor and check continuity from c to s showed open and from R to S I had continuity check continuity from R to refrigerant line had continuity compressor shorted to ground I double and triple verify it and showed customer thatâ€™s a compressor at shorted to ground gave quote for compressor replacement and recommended talking to Jake or Isaac about price for them plate replacement of the condenser customer stated that he did not want anybody contact him that he would call and schedule a time for somebody to come out and give him a price stated that heâ€™s gonna get his finances in order befor
Came out to call. Customer stated that the AC wasnâ€™t coming on and it was starting to get warm in the house. I checked system over and found the contactor had burned out due to insects getting inside it. The contactor will need to be replaced. I made homeowner aware of repair needed and also advised that the system needs maintenance done and went over maintenance plan with customer. Customer agreed to replacement of the contactor and also signing up for the maintenance. I replaced the contactor and filled out maintenance plan paperwork. I cleaned condenser coil thoroughly and checked amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System was a tad low on refrigerant. System is roughly 5 years old and most likely hasnâ€™t had anything done to it since it was installed. Customer approved added refrigerant at this time. I added .6lbs of 410a to get proper charge on unit. System is now cooling properly within manufactured specifications.
On May 17, 2021 I arrive to a multi system blue customer upon arrival I checked both thermostats and their operations are then went upstairs and check the furnace did amp draw check blower blower cap and check the coil and then went to the downstairs unit and checked the blower blower cab and coil everything is in spec and is clean on that side and then went to the condensers I checked the charge and components on the upstairs unit and then went to the downstairs unit and checked charge and components I got 10Â° sub cooling on the upstairs and 17Â° sub cooling on the downstairs upstairs unit code for 12And the downstairs code for 15 I disassembled washed reassembled Chester system operations everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
17MAY2021 JB Arrived for spring maintenance discussed performance of the system with Homeowner. Cycled system on at the thermostat. Moved upstairs to the furnace and coil. Inspected coil, blower cabinet, motor, capacitor, drains, and ductwork.Moved outside washed condenser coils then checked all electrical. Cycled the system back into heat system is running properly at this time. Coil clean blower cabinet clean cap 15.1/15 Drains clear Motor 6.4/9.5 No signs of oil leaking AC clean Cap 45.3/45 4.9/5 Fan 1.4/1.4 Compressor 6.2/9.4
Row 16 May for a no cool found that the control board was not coming on which is now not allowing the thermostat come on tested line voltage and had 120 V tested the transformer transformer had 120 V going in and 20 V coming out of it just the terminals are to come in directly to the board no power light on control board is not coming on. Will have to return tomorrow the 17th when the supply house opens up to give him an accurate bid and to get the part.
Performed preventative maintenance on AC system for customer. Customer stated where everything was located and wanted to make sure that the system was working properly. I inspected the blower assembly, motor, electrical components, evaporator coil and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned condenser coil thoroughly. Inspected fan motor, compressor, contactor, capacitor, and condenser coil. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is cooling within properly within range at this time.
17MAY2021 JB Arrived for call back. Put furnace door back on, checked over equipment.
Arrive 16 May for a no cool upon inspection found that there was a bug in the condenser contactor was able to remove the bug contactor is newer and not pitted so no need to replace did inform the customer that the condenser is all the evaporator is old and the furnace is all they said maybe in a year they would replace.
Arrive 16 May for no cool found that the breaker was tripped due to low capacitor week start whining and a bad contactor customer authorized compressor saver kit with turbo installed we have 14 A on the compressor and one amp on the condenser fan motor and itâ€™s cooling issues at this moment.Customer would like a half a bid for a new system as well
Arrive 15 May for a no cool complaint was customer removed old thermostat on their own try to replace it with a Google nest broke the thermostat not enough wire to run the nest gave estimate for a new wire run customer does not want to do it do it this time they want to look into a wireless thermostat.
Arrive to me for a no cool found that the compressor was not coming on due to a faulty capacitor customer authorized replacement with a turbo 200 will have to return with the turbo 200. Customer also realizes that his system is old and would like a bid for a new unit.
All right 14 me to conduct a no cool which also was able to do the AC p.m.Found that the contactor was pitted and not allowing current to flow through it customer authorized replacement of contactor capacitor is a little week but customer did not want to replace replace it at this time checked evaporator blower both were clean capacitor on the blower was within tolerance flush drain line with Clearwater customer replaces their own filters. Check charge on unit had a 7Â° sub cooling with 6.5Â° superheat system is running efficiently at this time. Measured the air temperature from supply to return had a 20Â° split on unit.
On May 14, 2021 I arrive to a new customer nonmember upon arrival I checked thermostat thermostat operations I then went to the air handler change the filter and checked amp draws Iâ€™ve been went to the condenser condenser was not running I open the panels in the contactor was open so I checked the charge I have found that the unit was flat I pressured up with a little bit of nitrogen and her the suction line going into the compressor whistling found a burned melted wire that had art to the copper and blew a hole in the suction line dumping all the refrigerant I showed the customer explained What had happened and he gave my recommendations the customer stated that they will have to talk about it and then once they decide they will call and get it scheduled
Silver club summer AC tuneup. Spoke with customer, and they had accidentally hit the line set and thermostat wire on the condensing unit with a weedeater. The wire itself just had the outer sheathing nicked and was pulled from the taping. Re-strapped / taped the wire back in place and reset the armaflex insulation. Washed condenser thoroughly. Checked hard start kit, capacitor and contactor. Checked indoor surge protector, blower, drain and evaporator coil. Changed customer supplied filters. Cycled system on and checked electrical, refrigerant charge and outside delta t. System operating in specifications at this time. Recommend a surge protector for outside unit. With approval, I installed a surge protector for the condenser and tested and verified proper function.
Arrived 14 May to conduct in a CPM Blue Shield cannot access the evaporator due to screw been covered up by the transition plate on the bottom system is old but in fair condition changed filters checked contact Pastor both within tolerance had a 7.5 sub cool with a 5Â° superheat system is a TXV clean condenser everything is running as shit at the moment also advise the customer that system is old and getting to the end of its lifespan.
On May 14, 2021 a ride to a new Customer nonmember about arrival I checked the thermostat and then went to the air handler did amp drawâ€™s check components then I went to the condenser checked components disassembled washed reassemble test a system operationsEverything is working properly at this time no issues thank you for your business Mike t
I arrived for a blue member club member ac tune up on two systems. I first inspected the split system and found the heat exchanger to have some heat stress on the heat exchanger. I found the evaporator coil to be in good clean condition. I inspected and found no issues with the condenser I also cleaned the condenser. I then inspected the package unit located on the roof top and found the condenser coils to be dirty. I cleaned the coils and checked the system. I found the contactor to be started to put and blackening on the bottom set. I also fouthe system to be running low on R22. I made all issues aware tot the homeowner and we decided to not add or change how the system is running at this time.
Came out to requote a 18k BTU mini split system.
04-30-21 I arrived and rang the door bell and called 0939 and the office number and received no response. I inspected the system outside and found suction line to be completely frozen over. I could no gain access to the indoor system to check the whole system at this time. Placing job on hold to be able to return next week to repair system. Jake k. 05-03-21 I arrived for two systems not cooling. I inspected both system and found both systems to be completely frozen over. I also found all return filters to be completely stop up. The 4 ton system is still operating on 840 cfm out of 1600 cfm. The 5 ton is still operating on 1615 cfm and needs 2000 cfm. I also cleaned all condensers as best as I could without being able to remove the security cages. I made this aware to to Aaron and we are going to keep both systems off and come back when both systems are defrosted to install filters and check system refegerant charge. On 513 2021 I arrive to check the charge of two systems the first
Arrived for Non-member AC tune-up. Inside the blower motor amp draw and capacitor check out good. Blower wheel and evaporator coil clean. Outside the condenser was washed, pressures checked, and electrical checked. Refrigerant pressures check out good (16 degrees superheat) and indoor temperature split is great (19 degrees). Only electrical issue found was the capacitor reading outside its design range (37.4/40). Customer elected to replace the capacitor. Everything on the system is now working to the best of its abilities. Only other recommendation was getting on as a club member for a full year of service.
Arrived on 13 May for a no cool found the charge is our 22 and it is low on charge possibility of a refrigerant leak also found the evaporator coil is not strapped up and unlevel needs to be re-leveled and strapped also horizontal system has no secondary pan underneath evaporator. Due to the age of the equipment and the amount of work that needs to be done I would recommend replacing. customer authorized adding 1 pound of our 22 to the system still concern is about leveling of the evaporator could overflow he does not want to do that right now just wants to talk about a new system