9320 S. Pole Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73160
(405) 794-8900

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 1348 customer reviews

Love this company!

Jake came to fix our furnace. He was professional, courteous, and was willing to take the time to explain the problem to me. Would recommend him, or this company to anybody!

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Excellent service

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Top service and advice

Dry good advice, helpful and straight answers to my questions. Will use them from now on for our services.

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Excellent service

Isaac did an amazing job. He is honest and thorough. Best tech!

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Fast service

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.

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Prompt and efficient

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!!!

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Great service

Let him do his thing while I worked because I trust them!

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Great office staff and Service Tech

office staff was friendly and professional over the phone, the service tech was polite, informative and professional

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Isaac ... excellent HVAC technician

Isaac was extremely courteous and professional for our HVAC maintenance visit. I had some questions about our heating system and I appreciated his responses.

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Issac James

Nice young man.

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Great Service

Wonderful people to work with.

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Heater

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Chris was courtesy and very knowledgeable!

Chris and I are military veterans. We talked a little! He was courteous and explained what he serviced and what I did not understand he explained it. Fantastic young man!

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Quick great service

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Job Locations

rodneys@interstateheatandair.com

rodneys@interstateheatandair.com Job Checkin

Silver club fall service. Homeowner maintains filters. Blower motor is ECM, run capacitor not required, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are good, roll out switches (2) checked good, high limit switch checked good, adjusted manifold pressure from 4.1 in wc to 3.5 in wc, now within mfg specs, checked system operation with tstat, system operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide test—0ppm. Recommended that carbon monoxide detector that is mounted on wall less than 5 feet from gas stove be relocated to inside master bedroom.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for no heat. Spoke with Homeowners about systems performance, everything was working well but the temperature dropped 12 degrees over night, throughout the day it slowly caught up. Inspected air handler and thermostat. Set compressor lockout at 32degrees on both stats. Set south system into aux test mode. Took delta T readings only getting 8 degree temperature rise. Checked amps at heat strips. 26a on blower leg, and 3 a on secondary. Heat strips are failing. Will contact Trane to check for parts and give you a call back As soon as possible.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a no heat call on a system we recently installed. I inspected the system and found that we ran heat tape and insulated the drain line but we did not insulate or put heat tape on the furnace p-trap. I wrapped the p-trap in heat tape and left it ready to be plugged in. The plug was burnt and I did not want to damage the heat tape. The homeowner is aware of the issue and will plug the heat tape in when it is needed.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for non club tune up, spoke with Daniel about the systems performance. It’s dimming lights and slowing the bedroom fan speed drastically, and will stay like that entire heating cycle. Inspected air handler and found that this is a 5ton air handler on a 980sqft home. Checked amp load at heat strips 20, 24, 23, 25a this is too much for the size of the home. Turned off two heat strips resulting delta T is 27 degrees. Showed Daniel how to turn on extra heat strips at the air handler breaker. This has resolved the fan and light issue. Checked all amps, sequencers relays and electrical connections. Inspected blower and coil. Everything is running properly at this time. It was great meeting you guys stay safe and warm.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

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.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up, spoke with Cheryl about the systems performance, no complaints. 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 1.8 and 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. S=800 cfm needs 1400 R=1100 cfm needs 1400 (400cfm per ton of cooling) 4 ton system. Recommend we increase all existing ductwork and boot, or decide on rooms with the most trouble heating/cooling. This ductwork increase bid is to maximize efficiency of your existing equipment, not an emergency. Please call with any questions.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a previous customer no heat call. I inspected the system and found the thermostat to be saying it’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.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to cal for a system not heating properly. Customer had another company out to replace the gas valve on the system and it worked for a little bit, now it’s not working again. I checked the system over and found the unit on lockout. I reset the system and tried it again. I found the gas valve not allowing gas through. Checked power switch and wiring. Wiring terminal was loose and causing intermittent issue with gas valve. After the gas valve worked I noticed the blower wheel is really off balance and causing the whole unit to vibrate. The blower wheel needs to be replaced. Told customer I would get pricing and availability tomorrow morning 21JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for previously discussed blower wheel replacement. Spoke with Kassidi About what was going on, it seems like she only has heat or AC rather than both. Inspected furnace found off balance wheel. Pulled blower assembly removed existing wheel installed new Universal Blower wheel. Reassembled Furnace. Cycled system on


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Fall tune up on 2011 Carrier split system. This system has a known coil leak issue, and the


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a warranty install no heat call. I inspected the system and found the trap on the system to have not been insulated when installed. I installed the insulation on the p-trap on the furnace and melted all ice in that section. Once the ice was melted the system came on and cycled on on its own and ran with no other issues at this time. The last 10’ of drain line is in the wall of the water heater closet. If this line freezes we I’ll have to run new drain line and insulate and run heat tape. This will be a chargeable task because this line was only accessible when the house was being built.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

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.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

20JAN2022 Jason B Arrived for natural gas odor. Spoke with Taleisha about what was going on. She had ONG out earlier this month and they detected 56ppm of natural gas at her supply registers then recommended calling an HVAC Company to come look at her system. This is a package unit with a crawl space. Cycled system on at the thermostat. Went outside and inspected the furnace. System lit and ran properly, leak detected all gas pipe coming into system. Checked for CO at all registers, and blower compartment. I could not detect any gas leak anywhere in the system, however I am smelling a strong gas Odor by the package unit. Recommend contacting a plumbing company. We will reschedule this service with a senior tech to further diagnose. Please call if you have any questions.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for a system heating, but customer thinks that something is wrong. I checked the system over and found no issues with how the unit is operating. Customer stated that the far end of the home isn’t getting as warm as her bedroom and bathroom. I explained to her that the unit and the thermostat are closer to the end of the home that stays the warmest. System may be satisfying temperature on the thermostat before it gets warm on the other end of the home. System is from the late 90’s as well as isn’t in the best shape. The rewiring we did on the unit was to help get customer heat and it’s working like it should. I recommended that the system be replaced due to age and condition.


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Silver club furnace tune up on 2020 Comfort Maker 90% split system. Spoke with customer about last issues of smell, etc and that has rectified itself with the UVC lamp. Customer did have an issue with thermostat shutting off even though the furnace had power sporadically. Inspected wiring and found yellow white and green to be poorly cleaned and connected. Properly attached wiring and cleaned up contact points. Inspected thermostat wiring at furnace and it is in good condition. Customer has a T4 pro Honeywell, talked to them about getting a T6 pro which has a battery backup and can just be replaced with the face. Checked blower, control board, 4” filter, heat exchanger from below and flue. Checked drain line, UVC lamp, inducer wiring and tubes and cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on and checked heat rise, carbon monoxide, and adjusted gas pressure to 3.5” W.C. It is a newer home addition, so gas pressure may need to be adjusted annually. Checked static pressure. System running


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

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