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

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 278 customer reviews

great job

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Excellent Service

Joseph Kring was a pleasure to do business with, professional and polite.

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Exceptional Service

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A/C service was excellent!

Jason was very thorough did an excellent job of servicing my A/C units!

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Excellent service!

Jeremiah was so helpful! He was methodical in his work and very professional. The “before and after” pictures proved it! Thank you so much!

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Great service!

Jeremiah was excellent and explained everything very well.

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Competent and excellent service

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Excellent Service!

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Very convenient and great service!!

We are on a monthly subscription plan and we get AC and furnace inspected for upcoming seasons every 6 months so we have no surprises. It's great!!

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Great service

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Great service and advice from Jeremiah

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Excellent Service

Nice guy. Very courteous. Seemed to know exactly what to do and got right to it.

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Excellent and professional service

Kevin was great. Took the time to explain everything and demonstrated top tier professionalism.

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Great service

Kevin Williams was incredibly knowledgeable and thorough in his work. Also very friendly. Highly recommend

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Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Jake Kring. 06-18-2024 I arrived for a recall on a new condenser and coil we recently installed. I checked the systems operation and found it to be running at 15 deg subcooling and the system calls for 8 deg. This system is overcharged. I remove refrigerant until system is running at 8-9 deg subcooling. I then left the system to catch up and run per the homeowners thermostat settings.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to perform preventative maintenance service on AC system for customer. Discussed with customer about maintenance being provided on system, filter, and how the system has been operating. Customer has no concerns about the system. I changed out the filter. Inspected the blower assembly, motor, capacitor, electrical components, evaporator coil, drain and overall condition of equipment in closet. Washed condenser coil thoroughly. Inspected condenser coil, compressor, fan motor, capacitor, contactor, and wiring. Checked thermostat operation, amps, temperatures and pressures of AC system. Unit was operating properly within manufacturing specs.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to perform preventative maintenance on AC system. Discussed with customer about maintenance being provided today, filters, and any issues with the system. Customer had no complaints about the system as of now, but did request I check the capacitor as it has gone out before. I offered to change the filters, but will handle the filters inside home. I inspected the ductwork, blower assembly, motor, electrical components, evaporator coil, drain and overall condition of equipment in attic. Washed condenser coil thoroughly. Inspected the capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, and outdoor coil. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and pressures. System is functioning properly within manufacturing specs at this time. Discussed with customer about systems performance, hard start kits, and customer rinsing the system off in between services. It was a pleasure completing your AC service today.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Owner came into the building earlier this morning and noticed the AC wasn’t working properly. I checked system over and found the AC inoperable due to the drain pan full of water. Caused the float switch to trip. Filter was changed later part of last week. I vacuumed out the drain pan of water and cycled the system back on. Washed condenser coil and checked operation. System temperatures and pressures were reading within proper ranges. Tested drain line with compressed air. System is now cooling properly.


Joe R.

Joe R. Job Checkin

Blue shield club AC maintenance. Joe(JC)R. 06/17/2024 Performed full system evaluation and safety inspection. I arrived to perform the customer’s annual AC maintenance. The customer said that everything was running well and without issues. I then washed out the condenser then checked the furnace and evaporator coil. The furnace and coil for the most part were in good shape but the blower motor capacitor was starting to go weak. I then checked the condenser white again was mostly in good shape and was doing an excellent in keeping the house cool however the blower motor capacitor was starting to go weak. I also changed the filters and checked the temperature drop from the returns(73) to supply’s(50). I checked to see if the equipment which is just 5 years old had any warranties and found both had a parts warranty. I got permission from the customer to replace both parts. The system is operating correctly at this time.


Joe R.

Joe R. Job Checkin

Free non club AC tune up. Joe(JC)R. 06/17/2024 Performed full system evaluation and safety inspection, I arrived to per The customer’s AC maintenance on a 1 year old system. The customer said that everything seemed to be running well though the air didn’t feel as cold as she felt it should be. The condenser coil was dirty and needed cleaning. I washed out the coil then checked the furnace and coil. Both were in good shape and running well. I then checked the condenser after letting it dry. The condenser was in good shape and running well. The refrigerant charge was within range and the temperature at the supply’s was 40 and at the returns 70. The system is operating correctly at this time and I left a yard sign for the customer.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

17JUN2024 Jason Brown Arrived for new customer tune up. Spoke with Bethenie about the systems performance. It’s working, but it’s ran 19.5 hours then 16 hours and no matter how long it runs it won’t keep up. The house warms to 76 78 sometimes. Inspected furnace, AC, and evap. Found the system clean with amp draws and pressures within manufacture specs. Capacitor reading 38/40 and 4.8/5 The long run times are most likely due to the size of the AC. This is a 2.5 ton air conditioner on a 1600sqft home. The equipment is doing the best it can, but cannot keep up with the heat load. Discussed findings with Bethenie, we decided to get together another time to discuss replacement options.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

06-16-2024. Jake Kring. I arrived for a club member no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and he explain that he has to add refrigerant to the system to keep it running throughout the summer. He showed me the location of the system and we inspected the indoor and outdoor system. I found the system to be clean but rusted. The system is running low on refrigerant at this time. We checked pricing n new systems vs the refrigerant cost and decided to add refrigeration to the system at this time.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Jake Kring. 06-15-2024. I arrived for a silver member no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the system will run but it’s not cooling well. She showed me the location of the system and thermostat. I first cycled the thermostat to cooling mode and then inspected the furnace and evaporator coil. I found the coil to be frozen over. I cycled the ac off and turned the fan to the on position and cycled the head on to help melt the ice to speed up the defrosting of the ice to properly diagnose the system. I started to get chunks of ice off the system and carried them out to the driveway to limit the amount of water in the drain pan and the risk of getting water into the cycling. Once I completely removed and defrosted all ice off of the evaporator coil I cycled the system on and found the system to be running low on refrigerant. I informed the homeowner of the issue and explained that the system is running low on its refrigerant charge and I gave all options on addition refri


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Jake Kring. 06-14-2024. I arrived for a call back on a system we inspected today. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the first technician had added one pound of refrigerant to the system. This was the free pound per year for R410A. I inspected the system and found the unit to be running low on refrigerant. I inspected the indoor coil and found oil on the coil and preformed a complementary minor leak search. I found the evaporator coil to be actually leaking refrigerant at this time. I showed the homeowner my findings with the electric leak detector and that there was oil on the coil. I explained that when a system leaks it till stay the same size and continue to leak out or only get worse in time. A leak will never fix itself or get better. The homeowner informed me that she had to add refrigerant to the system every year. They only wanted to add refrigerant at this time and I explained that there is no warranty on the refrigerant if they decided to add refrigerant to the system


Joe R.

Joe R. Job Checkin

Red club AC maintenance. Joe(JC)R 06/14/2024 Performed full system evaluation and safety inspection. I arrived to perform the customer’s annual AC maintenance. The customer said that he had noticed the system wasn’t cooling as well and that it would probably needed to be recharged. There is a know leak in the evaporator coil. I then checked the furnace and evaporator coil both of which were relatively good shape though they are 17 old. I the. Checked the condenser which was low on refrigerant but the rest of the system is running well. I added the pound of free 410a and brought the subcooling up from 5 to 11.5. I also changed the filters for the customer.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Jake Kring. 06-13-2024. I arrived for a blue club membership summer tune up. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that he is selling his home and his home inspector noticed that the condenser needed to be cleaned. The homeowner showed the the system and I did find the condenser to be dirty. I first disassembled and cleaned the condenser. Once the condenser was cleaned and running I checked the systems electrical components and found the system to run well but the contactor is burnt and the points on the contacts are worn down. The capacitor is well in manufacture range. I checked the system’s refrigerant charge and found the systems to be running a little low on the charge per the systems data plate. I found that we have previously charged the system in the past. I brought the issues up to the homeowner and explained how the contactor affects the system and how the system can have a longer run time than normal with the system being low on charge. We decided to not make any change


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Jake Kring 06-13-2024. I arrived for a new customer tune up. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the system has been running well but they want the system inspected and tuned up. I first inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil and furnace to be extremely clean. I found that the systems had a pan treatment that has expired. I informed the no and explained what a pan treatment is and how we give a one year labor and cost free repair if he replaces it now along with a club maintenance plan. We decided to replace the pan treatment at this time. I then inspected the condenser and found the coil to be extremely stoped up. I first disassembled the condenser and cleaned the coil thoroughly. I then reassembled the system and checked the systems operation and found the system to be running well. I did don’t all electrical components to be working well but the capacitor is weak but not out of manufacture range of operation at this time. I made this issue aware to the


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. I was out a couple weeks ago to fix a unit at this home, and now the customer states that it’s the other unit that is having issues keeping up. I checked the system over and found the unit running below recommended temperatures and pressures. Discussed with customer about the possibility of the system having a leak, and the severity of it being unknown until a leak search is done. After discussing it over with customer approved adding refrigerant, and I also included a complimentary minor leak search to find any obvious leaks. Added 2lbs of 410a to system and then performed a minor leak search with my electronic leak detector. I was unsuccessful at finding anything at this time. Recommended customer look into options of having a leak search done, or possible replacement due to age and other components wearing down on the system. System is now cooling to the best of its ability at this time.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Jake Kring. 06-07-2024. I arrived for a blue club membership no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the system is running but not cooling. I inspected the condenser and found it to be getting dirty with cotton wood and the capacitor has completely failed and the contactor is starting to char and pit. I then inspected the furnace and evaporator coil and flushed the drain line. I also found the Eva coil clean and the blower to be running within its manufacture range of operation. I informed the homeowner of what the breakdown was and we spoke about the last tune up we preformed and that we recommended to replace the capacitor at that time as a preventative repair. We discussed the basic repair and what a compressor savor kit would benefit the system and its performance. We decided to install a compressor savor kit at this time and clean the condenser. I disassembled the condenser and installed the compressor savor kit. Once the system was clean and the system was running