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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
Follow up to heat & air install
CLYDE - Oklahoma City, OK
Very good service
KEVIN - Oklahoma City, OK
Brandon was the technician who checked my heating unit for maintenance yearly. He did a great job , was prompt, knowledgeable and professional.
Larry DR - Oklahoma City, OK
Knows his service
Deborah - Oklahoma City, OK
These guys are great!
Rusty - Oklahoma City, OK
checking A/C performance did a great job.
ROBERT - Oklahoma City, OK
Tech knew his job, name was Isaac
RON - Oklahoma City, OK
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BRAD - Oklahoma City, OK
DON - Oklahoma City, OK
Isaac was very professional. Explained everything in detail.
REBECCA - Oklahoma City, OK
DAVID - Oklahoma City, OK
On time, very knowledgeable, quickly made his inspection and recorded the results. Advised me of any deficiencies and advised me on replacement needs. Excellent technician
Melanie - Oklahoma City, OK
Had an unexpected issue with air conditioning unit Saturday afternoon. Made a call to Interstate and the service guy was out in under 30min (got lucky), but he was professional and quick. Cost was understandable being it was a late call on Saturday and unit needed replacement parts. Very glad we went with interstate.
KAREN - Oklahoma City, OK
Great customer service.
CHRIS - Oklahoma City, OK
Parts need were going to take some time to come in due to Covid but they made sure my AC would continue working until the parts came in,
DEBBIE - Oklahoma City, OK
Knowledgeable, good communicator, prompt,
GREG - Oklahoma City, OK
Isaac got my air conditioner working again (cooling again!). He is knowledgeable and provides excellent customer service. I highly recommend Isaac and Interstate Heating & Air Conditioning.
Service - The Best Ever
BARBARA - Oklahoma City, OK
Brandon is Always knowledgeable, polite, thorough, and leaves everything spotless!
Mary - Oklahoma City, OK
Very pleased after the final installation. Jake went above and beyond to satisfy my request as directed by the HOA. He made the necessary adjustments. I am very happy with the outcome and the HOA is also satisfied that it meets their requirements. Thanks for working with my problem and creating a good solution.
Ronnah - Oklahoma City, OK
Kianoosh was amazing!! He was very professional and knowledgeable about what he was doing and could answer all our questions! I highly recommend him and Interstate heating and air conditioning!
Always a great experience
Patrick - Oklahoma City, OK
Fast and quality service. Great people. Isaac was very kind and offered us a couple options and great explanation to get us back up and running
Mary - Oklahoma City, OK
Difficult situation made better with technicians support and desire to listen to the customers needs.
RITA - Oklahoma City, OK
Our very delayed visit thanks to Covid19
KATHLEEN - Oklahoma City, OK
As usual Interstate has performed above expectations...We had to keep delaying our bi-yearly checkup due to Covid19, but were satisfied as usual...
KAY - Oklahoma City, OK
Brandon was quick and did a great job! Thanks!
Came out to call. Customer said the system covering the south part of the home wasnâ€™t cooling properly. Seemed stuffy in the home. And their thermostat was set at a certain temperature but it kept changing as well. I checked thermostat and it has a program on it for certain parts of the day and it changes, and overrides the temperature they have it set at. Per customers request I deleted the program and customer will just be able to set it at whatever temperature they desire without the program changing the temp. Filters in system hadnâ€™t been changed since July of last year. Customer said the company that was out previously was asked about them and they didnâ€™t change them. I changed the filter for customer. I tested system to verify everything was working properly. Checked blower assembly, electrical components, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time. I
I arrived for a no cool call booked as a tune up. I first spoke with the homeowner and the main issue was the heat was running at the same time as the cooling and a relay was out. I inspect the system and found the batteries in the thermostat to be weak. I replaced the batteries in the thermostat and check the air handler. I found one breaker in the air handler to not be getting power from the breaker box. I then inspect the condenser and found the disconnect to not be getting powerful from the main breaker box. The power for the condenser and the power for the set of secondary heat strips are running off of the same 60 amp breaker. The breaker in the air handler is a 60 amp breaker and the breaker on the condenser is a 60 amp breaker the disconnect located by the condenser. When both the secondary heat and the heatpump are running at the same time we have the power from the condenser and the power for the heat strips to be running off of the same breaker. I recommended to have both 60
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation. Found condenser not getting signal from furnace to condenser. Replace bad low voltage wire. Rewired system to condenser. Tested amp draw it is in range. Refrigerant levels are in range. System is cooling at this time. Wire is in basement most likely small animal chewed thru it. Suggest setting traps in basement to prevent further damages to system.
I arrived for a blue member ac pm. I first replaced all filters and checked the indoor system. I found the capacitor on the blower motor to be weak and out of manufacture range of operation. I then inspected the condenser and found the condenser coil to be completely stopped up. I turned off the disconnect to safety clean the condenser and check all electrical components safely. When I turned on the disconnect I found that the disconnect has broken in the off position. I made the home aware of this issue and we decided to have the disconnect replaced. I replaced the disconnect and cycled the system back on. I checked all amps and reference charge and found no issues with the system at this time.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the inspector of their house pointed out a few things that may need to be looked at by a licensed HVAC company. The inspector stated that there was what seemed to be like recent water stains in emergency pan that needed to be inspected, and that the piping insulation for the flu needed to be added. I did a thorough inspection of the recent water stains. They were created from when the company that installed the system, installed a drain incorrectly and it caused the water to drain into the pan. There is no other indication that the water is from recent causes. I went ahead and put insulation on pvc flu vent for good measure. The heating drain for the 90% furnace is insulated well, so no other insulation is needed
Blue shield protection plan. Customer just changed out filters. Went to inspect condenser and it is fairly heavily overgrown, with some light patches of poison ivy present. Disconnect has some ants. Recommend having the area sprayed for bugs and overgrowth trimmed back. Removed vines and overgrowth around condenser as much I as possible. Washed and Cleaned out condenser as much as possible. Checked fuses and disconnect connections and they are still good even with ants all over. Checked contactor and capacitor. Condensing unit capacitor is reading. Weak in the fan side. If it continues to weaken, it can put an excessive strain in the fan motor causing a premature breakdown. Checked blower, and blower capacitor. Checked evaporator coil and drain line. Checked ductwork and the home could use a duct cleaning. Cycled system on and checked refrigerant charge, outside delta temp and amp draws. System is running in manufacturer specifications at this time. Spoke with customer about ants and
Blue shield protection plan heating and cooling tune ups on a 2010 Amana high efficiency system. Checked condenser, furnace, evaporator coil, and flue. Checked and changed out 3-10x20 filters included with blue SPP. Filters had some Fiberglas residue on them so I checked attic space to see if the returns were damaged. The returns are composed of the original grey Mylar and are undersized. The Mylar outer coating is disintegrating and some insulation from the middle wrap is getting through the inner lining. Recommend increasing returns to 2- 16â€ ducts. Also checked flue exit points in hwt and 90% furnace through roof. Washed condenser thoroughly, and removed excess vine growth in condenser. Checked surge protectors, hard start kit, contactor and dual capacitor. Checked blower, evaporator coil, drain line, heat exchanger and inducer capacitor. The evaporator coil And blower wheel could use a cleaning in place between now and the next summer service, as they have some residual buildup o
Came out to home. There isnâ€™t an airflow problem, they had an inspector out and he said that there was rust were standing water was at one point. I checked where the inspector took pictures, and found that the TXV was sweating and dripping water into the emergency pan. Itâ€™s been like that since it was installed since 2011. I went ahead and put some insulation and taped the insulation to help keep it from sweating. Other than that there is no other issues. System is cooling properly.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t keeping the home cool. We were out on the 4th and added some refrigerant to system. I checked AC pressures and found the system low on refrigerant again. I discussed with customer about what steps to take next. I suggested I do a major leak search on system seeing itâ€™s lost 2lbs in 2 weeks. Customer approved leak search on system. I pumped down AC system and filled lineset and coil with nitrogen. My pressures dropped by 5 psi in less than 30 minutes. I used my electronic leak detector and went through both the AC and coil. When I got to the evaporator coil, my detector went off a little bit. I peeled tape off and stuck sensor inside coil and it detected a leak. Evaporator coil has a leak in it. Itâ€™s a Lennox aluminum coil and itâ€™s not repairable. Itâ€™s also under warranty. Gave customer quote to replace it. He will discuss it with his wife and get back to me.
Arrived to no cool service call and performed system evaluation on 1993 goodman system. Found bad control board. System is in rough shape. Gave estimate to replace system, gave estimate to replace furnace, and estimate to replace control board. Due to age and condition I do suggest replacement. We can replace board but unable to guarantee that other problems may be wrong with system unit Iâ€™ll part installed. Collected service fee. Customer will talk to his son the homeowner and call back with decisions.
Silver club Furnace tune up on energy efficient Amana 80% gas furnace. Asked about filter and installed fresh 14x24x1 filter under blower. Checked blower, blower capacitor, evaporator coil, drain line and flue. Drain pan treatment needs to be replaced with next summer tune up. He led heat exchanger from above and below and there is some light rusting but no major signs of stress on unit. Checked flame sensor and crossover points. Checked surge protectors and both are working. Cycled system on and checked order of operation. Checked gas pressure and replaced plug. Checked blower and inducer amp draws. Tested inside delta t and temperature rise. Heater is running well for this upcoming winter season.
I arrived for a ac tune up and a heating tune up. I first inspected the heat and Inspected all electrical components. I checked temperature rise through the furnace and gas pressures. I found no issues with the furnace at this time. I then inspected the evaporator coil and condenser. I found the evaporator coil to be clean but the condenser coil was stoped up. I checked all electrical components and refegerant charge. I found no issues with this system at this time. I suggested to install a pan treatment to help limit drain failures on this system in the future. I also recommend to sign up on a maintenance plan to help keep this system in proper working condition. We decided to install a pan treatment and to sign up on a blue club plan. Overall this system is working to the best of its abilities at this time.
Heating red shield protection plan preventative maintenance on 80% Trane gas furnace system. Changed filters included with plan. Asked how home had been cooling, and customer has been happy with it since last repair was done. Checked flame sensor and it did not need cleaning at this time. Checked flue, evaporator coil, blower and heat exchanger. Checked hoses and electrical connections. Cycled system onto heat, and checked order of operation, electrical components and gas pressure. Replaced gas cap. Tested heat rise and indoor delta t. System is operating great at this time. Talked about benefits of surge protectors.
I arrived for a blue member fall pm. I first spoke with the homeowner and found no issues with the systems operation. I first inspected the furnace and evaporator coil. I found no issues with the system at this time. I then inspected the condenser and found all electrical components and refrigerant charge to be in good working condition. I suggested to have a pan treatment installed in the evaporator coil to help the pan stay clean and help prevent any drain clogs in the future. I also recommend to install surge protectors on the furnace and condenser to help limit electrical failures on both systems. We decided to just install a surge protector on the furnace at this time. I will recheck the furnace and the condenser at next tune up to reassess installing surge protectors on the condenser. Overall both systems are working to there best abilities at this time.
Performed silver club furnace maintenance. Changed filters. Cleaned flame sensor. Test igniter. Gas pressure in range. Temperature rise in range. Capacitor and motor amp draw in range. Test induced draft motor. System is heating at this time. Suggest surge protector to protect furnace electronics.
Performed preventative maintenance on Carrier AC system. Customer will change the filters that I provided. I started my maintenance in the attic by inspecting the blower assembly, electrical components, wiring, evaporator coil, drain, ducting and overall operation and condition of equipment in attic. Blower motor amps are within range, and wheel is clean. I cleaned the outside condenser unit thoroughly. Checked capacitor, compressor, contactor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is operating properly and cooling at recommended subcooling temperatures.
Diagnostic on source of odor from drain back up and leak into plenum. After quickly reviewing 3 supply ducts, found standing water about 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep in base of supply plenum only that had stagnated. Will remove water with inspection camera and extension shop vac hose. After water was thoroughly removed, fogged in antimicrobial treatment. Mildew odor with existing nicotine odors still lingering in ductwork. Recommend letting system cycle and freshen the air automatically for a few hours to see if the odors evaporate naturally. If they donâ€™t customer is welcome to have a hydroxyl treatment done for 3 days. Left estimate for 3 day treatment. Due to the nature of odor remediation, we cannot warranty for odor removal, as the source of the odor may not yet have been removed.
Perform silver club furnace maintenance. Customer changes filters regularly. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested igniter. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. Amp draw in range. Checked gas pressure. Temperature rise in range. Found drain working very slow. Spoke to customer and blew out drain line. Flush line with water. System is heating, cooling and draining at this time.