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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.
AC tune-ups make sure your air conditioner is running optimally and can also help to extend the life of your unit. The cost to have your AC professionally serviced usually falls between $75-$200. You should have an AC tune-up scheduled once a year in the Spring to make sure it lasts you throughout the hot Summer.
You can count on the experts at Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning to deliver quick, expert AC tune-up services. Contact us for more information today!
There are a few ways you can tell if your thermostat has gone bad, including:
- Your thermostat won’t turn on.
- Your HVAC systems keep turning off and back on again.
- Uneven temperatures from room to room.
- Your thermostat is over 10 years old.
Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can answer questions you have about your AC thermostat. Call us today and we’ll be happy to help!
There are a few reasons why your AC may not be turning on. Some of these include:
- Dirty Air Filter
- Tripped Circuit Breaker
- Refrigerant Leak
- Blown Fuse
- Dirty Coils
No matter what the condition of your AC is, Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning can figure out what the problem is and fix it quickly. Call us today for expert AC repair services!
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Our Reviews by City
BARBARA - Oklahoma City, OK
Very professional and thorough.
ADAM - Oklahoma City, OK
Was really glad that I was able to call and get someone out to fix my furnace the same day. Everyone I spoke to also very helpful and friendly. Will definitely call for service in the future and refer them to friends and family.
Prompt and efficient
ANGELA - Oklahoma City, OK
Called at 8am and a technician was at our home within an hour. He assessed the problem, installed the part and our furnace is working again in a very short period of time. Thank you, Rod and thank you Interstate - excellent service again!!!
HEATHER - Oklahoma City, OK
Great Service, Well Oraganized Team, Very Knowledgeable of Services Provided
ALEXANDRA - Oklahoma City, OK
Wonderdul, On Time, Very Helpful!
Efficient, Kind & Professional
JANET - Oklahoma City, OK
Arrived in time. Accomplished task. Asked if I needed anything else or had questions. Very kind, professional and pleasant. Thank you, Jason!
BELINDA - Oklahoma City, OK
Great service, average price
JASON - Oklahoma City, OK
DESIRAY - Oklahoma City, OK
Really appreciate Isaac and team. Awesome service! Listened to concerns and had all answers
Great service, price is too high!
JIM - Oklahoma City, OK
Great service, price is too high!
Very Through, Excellent Service
RANDY - Oklahoma City, OK
Chris came to service my unit today. He performed his maintenance service then took his time to make certain everything was working properly before he departed, including checking the flu piping. Thanks Interstate!
CAMRON - Oklahoma City, OK
Always timely and professional
LAZETTE - Oklahoma City, OK
Technician arrived on time and efficiently did his work. Great service
Jason was great, offer to show me and explain things he was doing
CHRISTINE - Oklahoma City, OK
Fast and Friendly
ERIC - Oklahoma City, OK
From the receptionist answering my initial call, to the technician arriving at the house, I’ve been completely satisfied with Interstate all times I’ve used them.
KAREN - Oklahoma City, OK
EDWARD - Oklahoma City, OK
DON - Oklahoma City, OK
Everything was great
TAMMI - Oklahoma City, OK
CHARLES - Oklahoma City, OK
The Technician was courteous and considerate.
Interstate HVAC = hands down the best!
JOE - Oklahoma City, OK
Awesome Service Tech
BRYAN - Oklahoma City, OK
Joseph was very helpful, knowledgeable and courteous. He fixed my issue in a short time and even helped ensure I wouldn't have a future problem with another situation. He offered advice and didn't try to sell me anything.
KAY - Oklahoma City, OK
I can’t believe no one up til now told me my attic had TWO filters in it. One of them is never replaced and Chris told me it was there. Talk about a dirty filter! Great job, Chris!
Shelley Myers - Oklahoma City, OK
Arnita Golden - Oklahoma City, OK
Very nice and answer my concerns.
Came out to call for a system blowing a fuse intermittently. Customer stated that it doesnâ€™t have a specific time when it does it, and the weather doesnâ€™t play a factor in it either. He continue to explain that it would happen every so often, and then sometimes it would be multiple fuses. I checked system over and found what seemed to be a breaker that was overloaded, but after tracing wires, I found that both breakers to the unit were almost pulling equal loads. I had the customer cycle the emergency heat on and I checked operation of the unit. System was blowing 60 amp fuses, but only pulling 48 amps during run time. I found no burnt wires and loose connections, I only found that a portion of the disconnect seemed to have a short in it and was causing the fuse to blow. I recommended that the fuse box be replaced, and customer approved. I replaced the 60 amp fuse disconnect with a new one and wired all wires in according to layout. Put new fuses in and cycled the system back on. I
Performed preventative maintenance on heat pump system. Changed out filters for customer. Inspected blower assembly, motor, electrical components, capacitor, wiring and overall condition of air handler. Checked emergency heat and found only one element operating. Let customer know that the sequencers have gone out, so I recommended they be replaced. I replaced the sequencer and found that the two middle heating elements are out. Only two of the four heating elements will actually work. Due to age and condition of the air handler I recommended replacement rather than repairing heating elements. Inspected heat primp operation and pressures. Pressures seem to be in range as of right now. Customer had issues with the refrigerant being low in the summer. I advised that if the system is low again when we check it next visit that he should look into having the system replaced entirely. Customer wanted to leave system as is for now.
Arrived on 26 January for a no heat on special the unit found that the hot surface igniter was bad provided customer with estimate customer did not like our prices and said he was gonna do it himself also the top cap on the flu is missing customer said he will fix that his self as well.
Arrive on 26 January for a furnace tuneup customer stated upon arrival that it was not heating checked and found that the filters were completely stopped up customer authorized replacement filters checked gas pressure adjusted gas pressure to 3.5 inches of water column removed resurfaced and reinstalled flame sensor after installation was running at 2.9 DC microamps ohmed The hot surface igniter it is at 83 took temperature rise on unit it was within manufacture specifications Cherokee stranger cleanliness of blower and cleanliness of evaporator check supply Plenum underneath evaporator everything was clean everything is within manufacture specifications at this time.
Arrived on 25 January for a furnace tuneup checked change flame sensor hot surface igniter all applicable at electrical circuitry everything within manufacture specifications at this time
Arrived for a no heat issue. Evaluated system and found bad hot surface ignitor, replaced hot surface ignitor and checked operation and found gas valve not opening, also found inducer motor amps are high, rated at 2.0A, actual is 2.5A and bearings are loud. Both need to be replaced.
Blue shield fall service. Replaced filters. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, roll out switches checked good, high limit switch checked good, adjusted manifold pressure down from 4.1 in wc to3.5 in wc, now within mfg specs, air temperature rise is 42 degrees, cycled system with tstat, tstat and system are operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€”0ppm.
No heat - upstairs. Evaluated system and found bad transformer, with homeowner ok I replaced transformer, new transformer melted, installed another transformer, only getting 1.4v to tstat. Disconnected low voltage wiring from control board, still only 1.4v to tstat. Disconnected transformer low voltage wires from control board. Control board is bad.
Customer cancelled as I pulled in driveway. Talked to customer and I suspect tstat might have been configured incorrectly.
Pvc flue is open to sky and not attached anymore.
Silver club furnace tune up on 2017 Carrier 80% furnace that we installed. Checked thermostat batteries and filter. Customer recently changed both. Talked about flushing hot water tank with customer. Checked flue, and it had come off on the hwt side. Reattached flue poroperly. Checked drain lines, return plenum and cavity, cleaned flame sensor, checked inducer wiring and tubing and inspected blower. Checked heat exchanger from below, ductwork in attic and cycled system on. Measured gas pressure, tested for carbon monoxide and measured heat rise. Checked amps on motors and dusted off excess buildup on surfaces. Furnace is working well at this time. Also talked to customer about our surge protectors.
I arrived for a member heat pm. I inspected the system and found the air cycling controller for the blood motor to have failed. I informed the homeowner above this issue and offered to replace the thermostat with one that has a fan cycling options in the thermostat itâ€™s self. We decide to replace the thermostat and continue with the service. I cycled the heat on and found the furnace to be running properly at this time. If you have any questions or issues with the new thermostat please contact us and we will do our best to help you in anyway we can.
No heat downstairs. Downstairs system is a 9yr old 90% furnace. Upon arrival found tstat set point temperature at 66 degrees, bumped temperature up to 77 degrees and checked operation, blower motor and inducer motor run capacitors checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, inducer motor run load amps are good, manifold pressure is 3.4 in wc, air temperature rise was 55 degrees. Let unit run for 25 min. no problems found. Homeowner said that upstairs was very cold. Jumped in attic to check upstairs and foun that system is cool only. Air handler with no heat strips and converted to 110v. There are base board vents upstairs with cool air blowing out. I suspect that there is a duct fan installed forcing downstairs air up through old convection vents. Will check office to see if Interstate installed them.
I arrived for a new customer no heat call. I inspected the system with the homeowner and we found the induced draft motor to be locked up. The homeowner wanted to replace the motor only. I picked up a induced draft motor and replace the oem motor. I then cycled the system on and we found the system to come on and run. The OG&E thermostat states that the battery in the thermostat is low. The homeowner already replaced the batteries but the system and the thermostat are cycling on as should. I recommended to replace the thermostat but the homeowner wants to replace it on their own. Overall this system is running as best as it can at this time.
I arrived for a previous customer no heat call. I inspected the system and found the thermostat to be saying itâ€™s running in heat but the thermostat was not making electrical condition. I recommended to replace the thermostat and the homeowner agreed. I replaced the thermostat and programmed the thermostat schedule and operation per the homeowners request. We then cycled the system on in heat coil and emergency heat mode and found the system to cycle with every demand given.
Came out to call to do an estimate. Customer stated that the system works for the most part, but has had some issues as of recently. Customer would like an estimate for replacement. I gave him a couple of estimates based on what was discussed. I offered a free duct cleaning with installation.
Silver club heat pump and air handler tune up on 2013 Amana system. Filters were changed recently, and customer uses space heaters in the winter to help zone heat certain rooms. Tested heat pump and reversing valve operation. Cleaned contactor points from spider webs and bug parts. Tested hard start kit and capacitor. All 3 surge protectors are good. Checked drain line and condensate pump, ran some water through it to verify proper function. Cycled system in heat, cooling and emergency heat. Tested electrical and heat rise in heating and emergency heating. System is working well at this time.
Arrived on 20 January for a no heat found that the indoor filter was dirty causing the system to overheat customer authorized replacement did a test and verify to ensure proper operation gas pressure is set at 3.5 inches of water column flame sensor is at 4.9 DC microamps Measure temperature rise it is exactly at 30Â° and manufacture specifications stays between 30 to 60Â° thermostat is off by 3Â° but cannot correct without replacing thermostat customer does not want to replace thermostat at this time other than that system is within manufacture specifications.
Came out to call for a system not heating properly. Customer has had multiple issues with the furnace over the years and wants to know options on replacement of existing zone system and possibly installing a new furnace. The furnace is a 23 year old Trane unit and the old zone system had been disconnected. System has no bypass duct on it and has issues with the furnace tripping a limit quite often. Told customer I would get pricing on the 2 zone system and send her an email of pricing to do all that I recommend.
I arrived for a new customer no heat call on 2 hanging heaters. I inspected the first heater and found the thermostat to have been wired incorrectly. I corrected the wiring and cycled the system on. I found this system to be running properly at this time. I then inspected the 2nd system by bay 7 and 8 and found that the system is only getting 6V to the heater. I made this aware to them and that they needed to get a electrician out and get the system proper power so we can come back and diagnose or cycle the system on and check itâ€™s operation. This test and verify is good for 30 days. If itâ€™s over 30 days there will be a additional diagnostic fee to come back and diagnose the 2nd system after the electricians get power to the furnace.
Came out to call for system not heating properly. Customer stated he was hearing a noise and it started to get worse. The unit stopped working so customer shut it off. I checked the system over and found the blower motor was not operating and had seized up. I let customer know what I found and cost of repair needed. Customer approved replacement. I replaced the blower motor. Installed new motor, bracket and capacitor. Reassembled the blower assembly. Cycled the furnace on and checked operation. System is now heating properly. Customer has some issues with the ductwork and we discussed possible avenues of getting it fixed. Recommended maintenance plan as well.
Came out to call for a system not heating properly. System was installed in late June of 2020. Customer was concerned about the fact that the system isnâ€™t that old and wondered why it wasnâ€™t working. I checked the system over and found the blower motor not operating. System was shut of on internal overload. I tested the terminals on the the control board and I was receiving proper power. Blower motor has failed. System has a 10 year parts warranty but only had a one year labor warranty. Customer and I discussed pricing and what was fair. I replaced the blower motor under warranty. Cycled system on and checked operation. I ended up just collecting the service fee on this call and recommended customer sign up on a maintenance plan.
I arrived for a new customer duct replacement bid. I inspected the system with the homeowners mother and found that they have dust that is completely disconnected and extremely dirty from animals tearing the duct apart and living in the duct work. I recommended to replace all duct under the home. We decided to size each room and work together to find out what each room needs to let the 3 ton system run properly. Once we found out what we needed for the air flow for the home we built the estimate and decided to relocate the return duct and replace all duct to each supply grill.
Arrived for a no heat issue. Evaluated system and found heat strip sequencer not energizing heat strips. Replaced heat strip sequencer and checked operation. All heat strips are operating normally with good amp draws( 20.8A, 20.7A, 21.3A). System operating normally
Silver club fall service. Homeowner maintains filter. Blower motor run capacitor checked good,, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run capacitor checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, roll switch checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressures are within mfg specs,( low fire 1.8 in wc, high fire 3.48 in wc). Cycled system with thermostat, thermostat and system are operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€”0ppm. Tested home carbon monoxide detector. Tested good.