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

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 3 customer reviews

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Sales person and installer were great to work with. Did as promised

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Excellent Service!

Service was quick and of little pressure. I was given an honest assessment on my air conditioning system with thoroughly explained options on which steps could be taken next. It’s good to have cool air blowing, once again. Thank you!

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Brandon N.

Brandon N. Job Checkin

Arrived to no heat service call and noisy heat pump call. Found indoor fan motor not running causing compressor to bypass. Fixed wires to make air handler blower run as designed. Compressor outside is noticeably quieter and is working as designed. Compressor getting a little louder with age. Heat pump is working at this time however unit is 11 years old and makes a little more noise than when newer this is due to wear and tear on unit. Amp draws in range system is heating at this time. Tightened wire connections in air handler so no wires can come loose and ark out in future.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

10yr part 1 yr labor


Brandon N.

Brandon N. Job Checkin

Performed system evaluation on 1996 furnace. Bad induced draft motor and bad control board. Spoke options with customer customer chose to replace furnace. Will get availability from carrier in morning and follow up. Applied service fee towards furnace.


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Blue shield plan furnace tune up on Armstrong air 80% gas furnace. Customer has power go out for 2 days earlier this week, otherwise system has been working well. Changed 20x25 filter included with plan. Checked flue and evaporator coil. Checked drain line and gas line. Checked and clean flame sensor. Checked blower, blower capacitor and heat exchanger Turned system on and checked amps and gas pressure. Adjusted gas pressure and replaced caps. Checked carbon monoxide levels. System is operating in manufacturer specs at this time. Spoke with customer about wiring in a generator and surge protectors.


Brandon N.

Brandon N. Job Checkin

Performed non club tuneup to heat pump system. Test all capacitors and motor amp draw. Test compressor amp. Coils and blower are clean. Changed all filters. Refrigerant levels appear to be in range for current temperatures. Tested auxiliary heat and all relays. Tested system in all modes. System is heating and cooling at this time. Customer chose to add hardstart kit that was recommended in past. Installed hardstart kit and cycled unit. 1 yr hardstart kit warranty. Unit starts up much better at this time.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Performed tune up on 13 year old Ruud Furnace. Customer stated that they haven’t turned on the heater yet, and wanted to have it serviced first. Customer already changed the filters. I started with a thorough inspection of the internals of the furnace. I inspected the blower assembly, electrical components, heat exchanger, coil, burners, flame sensor, ignitor and overall condition. I cleaned the flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. System is starting to show its age, and is in need of some cleaning. Duct work is dusty internally, and the blower wheel needs to be cleaned. The heat exchanger has some hot spots, but is still intact and no signs of cracks at this time. I did recommend the ductwork be cleaned, as well as the blower. I checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure. System overall is still heating properly within manufactured specifications, just needs some cleaning to keep it running.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Performed preventative maintenance on Carrier Furnace. Changed filters for customer. System is a little over 3 years old and customer hasn’t really had any issues with the system. Customer hasn’t used the heat yet. I inspected the blower assembly, electrical components, wiring, evaporator coil, burners, flame sensor, hot surface ignitor and overall condition of furnace. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, ignition, temperatures and gas pressure of furnace. Tested pressure and safety switches. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Blue SPP AC tune up. Spoke with customer about filters and Home was cooling. Filters needed to be changed. Changed 2 14x30 filters included with blue SPP and washed out grills. Customer said there was a power outage a while ago and the condenser sounds strange since it occurred. Checked condenser and tested disconnect and fuses. Checked contactor and dual capacitor. Capacitor is reading weak in fan and compressor sides. Contactor has some loose wiring that may have come loose with a weak start due to capacitor. Tightened wirings and with customer permission replaced capacitor. Washed condenser and checked amp draws and refrigerant charge. Went in attic and tested evap coil drain line, float switch and delta T. Checked blower and blower amps as well. System is running within specs at This time and the sound that the customer is hearing that sounds like a car motor running down is the contactor points releasing. Contactor is working great but has a slight play when it connects and rele


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Customer had us out for blue SPP tune up on 6/19/2020. Customer hearing a louder than normal noise when AC turns in, especially at night. Checked compressor volt drop, contactor, compressor start and run amps, fan start and run amps, blower start and run amps, and cycled system on and off & 5 times. A louder than usual sound could be heard occasionally, but mainly seemed to be the wind coming over the fan blades as the motor turned on. System is running well at this time.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a no cool call on a rent home. I spoke with the tenants and found that the system ran in the morning but the outdoor unit will not run. I inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil to be clean and in good condition. It looks like the filters are being changed regularly. I inspected the conditioner and found the systems to be overheated and cover with cotton wood. I cleaned the conditioner and cooled the conditioner fan motor and compressor down. I also found the capacitor to be extremely weak. With the system running with a stopping up condenser coil this can cause the system to run hot and make components fail prematurely. I tried to contact the homeowners by phone call and text per the shops instructions and I did not get ahold of the homeowner. I replaced the capacitor to get the tenant cool at this time.


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Blue SPP AC tune up. Asked about home comfort levels, and changed out 20x24 pleated filter. Inspected evap coil and blower wheel. Checked drain line and cycled system on to check indoor amp draws. Washed condenser, checked dual capacitor and contactor. Capacitor showing signs of leaking oil, but still working in proper ranges. Cycled system on and checked amp draws and refrigerant pressures via delta t. System working great at this time.


ADAM  R.

ADAM R. Job Checkin

I came out for a no cool. I checked the system over and found the ac completely out of refrigerant. There is a huge oil slick on the condenser coil. The system may be under a 10yr parts warranty. I need to call the manufacturer in the morning to check in the warranty, price and availability of the condenser coil. M#:GSX130361AB S#:1103710413


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Inspect home that has been recently renovated for duct cleaning. Check blower wheel in evaporator coil, both need to be cleaned. Filter needs to be replaced, will replace with customer supplied filter. Evaporator coil has a UVC lamp installed. Recommend changing bulb as it looks to be weak. Ductwork is composed of galvanized metal and was duct taped together without screws, it has deteriorated. Recommend replacing screws before cleaning. Furthest back supply vents will need a level 2 duct cleaning, the rest can be completed with level 1. L After going over options, will move forward with duct cleaning only with anti microbial treatment. Duct clean supplies and Shop vac return cavity. Ductwork held together but do not recommend another duct cleaning before adding screws to joints in ductwork, as the duct tape will continue to deteriorate over time. Fog in anti microbial treatment. Replace fresh filter, Test and verify system operating. Vacuum up excess debris and went over details of o


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Serviced and replaced a induced motor on a carrier furnace.


Kianoosh M.

Kianoosh M. Job Checkin

Blue shield protection plan furnace tune up in Concord system