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

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 13 customer reviews

excellent service

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Excellent work!

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consistently excellent service

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Consistently excellent service!

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Always superb work

Jason was terrific, as are all the Interstate techs. Thumbs up!

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Excellent work. Recommend highly

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Always great

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Isaac was great! Thanks!

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Service at it's Best

Adam Rockwell is a very knowledgeable and efficient service tech.

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great service ~ thanks!

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Wonderful

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Jeremiah  V.

Jeremiah V. Job Checkin

Performed side discharge dryer vent cleaning for customer. Customer wanted dryer vent cleaning because dryer was not properly drying and wanted to unclog any lint stuck in vent. Inspected vent and ran dryer vent brush through 3-4 passes through vent. Cleaned up any mess that was made by the cleaning process and put everything back the way the homeowner wanted.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a club member fall tune up. I inspected the system and found the furnace to be running but is showing significant signs of age. The system is starting to have some trouble lighting and is flickering the flame to where the flame sensor is shutting the furnace off the first one or two time of lighting up. I made this aware to the homeowner and recommended to replace the 23 year old furnace but the homeowner wanted to try and get a couple more years out of the furnace. I cautioned the homeowner on making repairs to the system due to repair cost and replacement cost. This system is running at this time.


Joe R.

Joe R. Job Checkin

Blue shield club heating maintenance. Joe(JC)Ritchal. 11/21/2022 Perform full system evaluation and safety inspection. Checked blower motor, blower wheel, inducer motor, flame sensor, hot surface igniter, safeties, gas pressure, gas valve, gas line, flue, heat exchanger combo, Perform carbon monoxide test and change filters. System is operating correctly at this time.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

09NOV2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up. Spoke with Gigi about the systems performance. Cycled systems on at the thermostats. Inspected coils, blowers, plenums, UV lights heat exchangers, HSIs, inducers, flame sensors, safeties and all electrical components/connections. Ran systems for ~15 minutes 0 ppm on all systems. Inspected ductwork. All systems are working properly abd ready for the heating season. Cleaned up closets, and replaced filters. 2-14x14 1-14x24 4-14x30 Home is equipped with Carbon Monoxide detection.


Joe R.

Joe R. Job Checkin

Blue shield club two system cooling maintenance. Joe(JC)Ritchal. 09/26/22 Performed full system evaluation and safety inspection. Check refrigerant charge, sub cooling, compressor and fan motor amp draws, dual run capacitors, blower motors, evaporator coils, blower wheels, blower motor capacitors, flus, gas lines,change the filters and washed condenser coils. Both systems are operating correctly at this time.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for system not cooling properly. Found system frozen solid and needing to thaw out. Let customer know that system will need 24 hours to thaw out completely. I will come back to recheck the system. Came back out to call to check system over. Unit was thawed out by this time. Customer had already cycled unit on to help try cool the house down a little bit. Checked system refrigerant pressures and found them low. Customer stated that she wants the system cooling today, so I charged the system. Added 2.2lbs of 410a to the system. Discussed with customer about doing a leak search on system to see if any leaks can be found. Customer will discuss it over about what they would like to do. Sending quote via email for leak search. Refrigerant isn’t guaranteed to last.


Will  H.

Will H. Job Checkin

8-17-22 will. Greeted customer asked if they were having issues with system. Customer stated they were not having issues at all with under t. I performed a full ac tune up. Checked all amps on unit is running properly at this time


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to give a free second opinion of the current system. Unit was installed in 2014 and is in fairly good condition at the moment. I did, however, find the condenser coil needing to be cleaned thoroughly. This is causing high head pressure on the system and the amps to be a little higher than normal. Cleaning the condenser would allow the system to breathe and relieve the heat that is built up in the outside system. This would ultimately allow the unit to operate better and also lower the amps of the system. The attic also needs a good amount of insulation added, seeing that it already lacks proper attic ventilation. This would help the home stay more consistent in temperature during the hotter days of the year. Overall system is operating within manufactured specifications, but does need some cleaning and possible refrigerant. Customer approved servicing the system and charging the unit. I washed the condenser coil thoroughly, inspected the entirety of the unit. Including compres


Jesse S.

Jesse S. Job Checkin

Jesse 8/10/22 arrived at job changed filters cleaned condenser and checked charge cap and all motors the got in attic checked fan motor evap coil checked drains checked If float switch is working then noticed power exhaust was not hooked up and an old flue vent was hanging through the roof I let the customer know and we will get those issues handled I told her if the power exhaust fan worked it would keep the Attic cooler and that would keep the house cooler and it would save her electric bill money. The ac system is working great and is working at this time.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for a system making noise. We were out recently to check the system out because of the same noise and stated that it was a filter. I checked the unit over and found the lineset in the wall is causing the noise due to vibration of the outdoor unit. The system was also very low on refrigerant, so system does have a leak. I did an inspection of the system and the evaporator coil is in rough shape. Discussed with customer about options and repair vs replace. Customer wanted to wait on making any decisions at this time. I will send over all estimates to customers email.


Jesse S.

Jesse S. Job Checkin

Jesse 8/5/22 arrived met with customer and listened to noise wasn’t making much of a noise but got in attic and checked system blower motor and wheel is good got to filter and found it is dirty and was rattling when blower came on si I replaced the filter noise stopped there is no walkway to the unit this house has brand new insulation blown in the customer says we gave a estimate for ductwork in the master bedroom they are considering doing it they will let us know system working at this time


Ray F.

Ray F. Job Checkin

Ray F 8/5/22 Arrived to a blue club member ac tune up and the customer greeted me at the front door. I introduced myself and asked how his air conditioner has been working this season. He informed me that the system was working good and showed me where the equipment was located. We replaced (2) 14x25x1 pleated air filters and turned the thermostat down. Inspected the furnace and evaporator in the attic. Found the blower motor, wheel and housing clean and the wheel is balanced. Blower motor amps are normal. Return and supply temperature differential of 21 degrees. Evaporator coil is clean. Wiring in good condition. Ductwork strapped and in good condition. Attic insulation is sufficient. Inspected condenser and found the refrigerant levels normal. Contactor, wiring and disconnect in good condition. Compressor and condenser fan motor amps are ok. Capacitor is within manufacturer specifications. Cleaned condenser coils. System is cooling properly at this time. Thank you for


Rodney S.

Rodney S. Job Checkin

No cool main unit. Evaluated system and found compressor run capacitor to be bad. Replaced capacitor under 10yr part warranty. Washed condenser coil, contactor points are good. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good. Required subcooling is 9 degrees +/- 3 degrees, actual subcooling was 7.9 degrees, superheat was 11.7 degrees. System is operating normally.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a customer I visited on this past weekend. I couldn’t inspect the complete system due to the furnace and evaporator coil was inclosed in the wall. Once the system was accessible we inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil to be clean and the filter to be completely stopped up. This filter was 2 years old at minimum. This system was also double filtered. We removed all the filters in the house and added a new filter to the filter base. We also due to sign up both systems on a blue club maintenance plan.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a new customer no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that they have set up umbrellas on the system to help it stay cool. The outdoor system is cycling on and off. I found the system in the off position and I put all my tools in place to check the system. I found the system to have a 189 psi difference from the high side and low side with the system on the off position. I cycled the system on and found the head pressure to rise to 500 psi and shut off. I then disassembled the system and cleaned the condenser. Once the system was clean I cycled the system back on and found the head pressure to rise to 425 psi and drop back down to 320 psi. I cannot access the indoor system because it has been framed into the wall. I made this aware to the homeowner and made it know that I cannot properly diagnose the system without looking at the complete system. I suspect that the metering device is restricted or a different component is restricted. The homeowner is going to b