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

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 17 customer reviews

Outstanding Service

Isaac readily repaired air conditioner when a previous vendor wanted to sell a new unit. He spent time explaining to us the problem and how to fix it. Will definitely call Interstate first in the future.

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Excellent!

Isaac James was an outstanding technician! Excellent work!

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Excellent Friendly Service

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Great service and communication!

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excellent service

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Excellent work!

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consistently excellent service

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Excellent service

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Excellence service

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Excellent service

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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Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

I arrived for a blue club membership furnace tune up X2. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that they use an allergy filter and not a standard 1” filter we provide. She only has two filters for me to replace that they provided that are allergy filters. I did replace the 20X25 filter in the garage closet that needed to be replaced. They showed me the thermostat location and the location of both systems. When I went to replace the filters i found the filter grill return boot to be deteriorating and was leaking attic air and insulation into the system. I replaced the filters and inspected this duct system. I found the return plenum to have insulation sitting in the plenum corners and I also found the blower motor to be dirty as well as the evaporator coil to start to clog up with debris from the attic. I also found the supply plenum to have some biological growth in the supply plenum. I did cycle the furnace on and found it to be running but the systems amp draws and electrical co


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

On 10JAN24, I completed the work recommended to the homeowner. I installed a new blower motor, cleaned the blower housing, and cleaned the evaporator coil. Upon completion, I tested system operations. The system is operational at time of departure.


Joseph K.

Joseph K. Job Checkin

Today I had the pleasure of servicing a 16 year old Carrier Furnace and Condenser Unit. Upon arrival, customer stated that the system would turn on but there was no heat coming out. Upon diagnostic, I found the furnace pressure switch was stuck in the open position keeping the system from firing up. After discussing my findings with the homeowner and explaining the function of the pressure switch, I replaced the pressure switch with a universal pressure switch and tested system operations. The system fired up with no further issues. All conditions were normal at time of departure. I took pride in fulfilling your heating and air needs and I appreciate the opportunity to inspect and operate on your system. -Kevin


Joe R.

Joe R. Job Checkin

Blue shield club heating maintenance. Joe(JC)Ritchal 12/14/2023 Performed full system evaluation and safety inspection. Arrived to perform a customers annual fall service. The customer didn’t have any questions for me so I went ahead and started with the maintenance. I checked the heat exchanger and safeties and then checked the blower and heating components. I also cleaned the flame sensor and performed a carbon monoxide test and change the filters for the customer. Is operating correctly at this time.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

21NOV2023 Jason Brown Arrived for 4 system blue fall tune up service. Spoke with homeowner about his equipments performance. It’s all working so far, we’re just doing the biannual maintenance. Verified equipment locations with homeowner. Replaced all filters 14x24x1 1 14x30x1 3 14x14x1 2 cycled all equipment at all thermostats, inspected heat exchangers heat rise, capacitors, motor amps, inducer amps, pressure switches, and all components. Cleaned flame sensors, wiped out electrical cabinets. Connected common on systems 1 & 2. While performing maintenance I left the capacitor wire off on system 2 causing damage to the start winding. Spoke with homeowner about all the systems performances and findings. Informed homeowner of the damage. We decided to get the motor replaced tomorrow. Al systems are working safely and properly at this time. Cleaned up work areas.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

08NOV2023 Jason Brown Arrived for blue club two system fall tune up. Spoke with homeowner about the systems performance. We have ran the heater, and everything seems to be working. Cycled main system on into heating at the thermostat. Disconnect power and inspect, heat exchanger and coil. Clean flame sensor, test HSI. Reassemble equipment and test gas pressure and flame sensor. Measure heat rise and CO levels. Check amp draws on inducer and blower. Pull flue and inspect induction wheel. Clean wood debris off equipment and clean out cooling wheel. Verify pressure hoses are clear. Button up equipment and replace the 20x25 filter. Inspect Goodman furnace. Remove blower assembly and inspect coil and heat exchanger. Reinstall blower clean flame sensor test HSI and cycle heat. Set gas pressure and measure heat rise. Inspect heat pump. Verify reversing valve operates. Check electrical connections, cycle defrost. Check contactor and capacitor. Found Goodman coil rusted but clean, found Goodman


Jeremiah F.

Jeremiah F. Job Checkin

Jake k. I arrived and found the system to be on a lock out. I contacted Goodman tech support and found that we need to tilt the furnace forward 1/2 to 1”. The system will run for about 15 minutes after I remove and drain the induced draft motor then it starts to shut the pressure switch off causing the system to shut down and repeat this process three times locking the system out. I spoke with two different techs on this issue and we all agreed to remove the furnace and reinstall the furnace at a tilt. Claim # 2192506 Goodman tech support. 10/31/2023 JeremiahF Arrived at clients residence and went over scope of todays service. Pulled blower motor out from compartment to make room inside blower compartment to work, lifted back of furnace and placed vibration dampers to get 1/2 of lift for for forward tilt of furnace. Resealed the unit and reinstalled the blower. Flame shutting off and immediately beginning ignition sequence after flame dies. Checked to make sure the diaphragms in bot


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for a condensate leak issue. Customer stated that the system was cooling, but they were having water come through their light fixture. I checked the system over and found the unit had a slow leak coming from the drain pan. Primary drain was backed up and the float switch wasn’t shutting the system off. Discussed with customer about repairs needed. I cleared the condensation line of a clog. Replaced the float switch the a new one and serviced the ac system. Washed condenser coil thoroughly and checked amps, temperatures and pressures of AC. System is older and I advised customer that break downs and issues may occur more often and that she should plan for replacement of the system. Unit is coil properly and there is no more leaking.


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

19JUL2023 Jason Brown Arrived for warranty repairs on recently installed condensate pump. Homeowner stated the pump never turns off. Inspected equipment found pan treatment stuck under pump float causing the pump to run continuously. Moved treatment and tested pump twice. Cleaned up work area. Pump is operating normally now.


ISAAC J.

ISAAC J. Job Checkin

Came out to call for a free second opinion. Customer had their company out to check a drain issue and the company stated that they couldn’t fix the problem and that the evaporator coil will need to be replaced due to a condensation leak. I checked the system over and found the primary drain and secondary drain were tied into each other and the primary drain was clogged. This was causing the water to back feed and overflow from the evaporator coil pan and into the emergency drain pan. Let customer know that the drain needed to be cleared and I would double check operation. Cut drain open and was able to clear all drains and pans. Tied pvc drains back together and tested drain. Made sure it had a better drop on it as well. Discussed with customer about maintenance of drain line and poured distilled vinegar down the drain. Once I finished that I turned the AC back on. Noticed that the temperature on the analog stat was reading a little higher than what the system actually came on at. Ther


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

15JUL2023 Jason Brown Arrived for recent install no cool. Spoke with Jake about the systems performance. Thermostat has no power nothing is coming on. Inspected equipment. Found condensate pump failed. With homeowner permission I replaced the pump. Rewired to equipment. Tested pump. Shop vac water. test equipment. System is running properly at this time. Take care guys!


Mario P.

Mario P. Job Checkin

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Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

MODEL # GM9S961005CN


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

MODEL # GM9S961005CN


Jason B.

Jason B. Job Checkin

17JUN2023 Jason Brown Arrived for new customer no cool. Spoke with homeowners about the systems performance. We just moved in around April, and it’s not cooling now. The previous owners kept the house at 80 so we’re not sure how well it ever worked. Recently it started making weird noises so we turned it off at the breaker. Inspected equipment and found a 96% furnace with matching coil. System is equipped with polarized filter media. Inspected wheeel and coil, both very clean. Cycled equipment at t6 thermostat variable speed motor not starting. Verified communication and voltage to motor. Inspected board for burns or damage. Board is good. Inspected AC. Found fins damaged and run capacitor low on the fan side. Spoke with homeowners about my findings. Will call with pricing and availability for the motor Monday. Shut off breaker to AC to prevent further damage. System is not cooling at this time. OEM motor for furnace. Run cap weak on fan side