At OK Heating & Air Conditioning, we strive to provide a comprehensive list of services for our customers. This includes system design and installation for new construction or remodel projects, as well as maintenance and repairs on existing equipment.

We do free estimates for your new home, replacing worn and outdated equipment and/or add on equipment.

We also offer annual  membership in our “Comfort Care” program.  Regular maintenance on your HVAC equipment is required to guarantee that your equipment is running at peak efficiency and safety,  and that all warranties will be honored.  As a member of this program, you will be able to take  scheduling your  furnace and air conditioner maintenance off of yourTo Do List”.   We will add you to our list of customers to call biannually to schedule maintenance, usually during our “off-peak” season(s).   This allows us the opportunity to offer you a discount on any repair(s) that may be necessary and to guarantee that you will never be charged overtime or weekend rates for any emergency service.    

Services we provide

  • Seasonal maintenance
  • 24-Hour Emergency Service
  • Residential New Construction, remodels and additions, replacements and add-on equipment
  • Commercial New Construction, remodels and additions, replacements and add-on equipment

Gas Heating

  1. Check with homeowner for questions or concerns.
  2. Check air filter(s).
  3. Clean and inspect burner assembly.
  4.  Clean and check ignition system.
  5. Inspect blower motor and wheel for cleanliness and wear.
  6. Visually inspect heat exchanger.
  7. Check vent pipes for pitch and restrictions.
  8. Check and clean all internal and external condensate drains.
  9. Check gas pressure and adjust if necessary.
  10. Check temperature rise across furnace.
  11. Check all safeties and limits.
  12. Check thermostat operation.
  13. Check CO levels in house and in exhaust pipe.
  14. Observe the complete furnace cycle.
  15. Review findings and make recommendations.

Cooling

  1. Check with homeowner for questions or concerns.
  2. Check condensing unit for cleanliness
  3. Check all wiring and connections
  4. Check starting contactor contacts
  5. Check amperage and voltage to the condenser fan motor
  6. Check amperage and voltage to the compressor
  7. Check operating pressures and temperatures.
  8. Check for adequate refrigerant charge
  9. Check air temperature across the condenser
  10. Check the insulation on the suction line
  11. Check filter(s)
  12. Check air temperature across the evaporator
  13. Check that condensate line is open
  14. Check the thermostat operation
  15. Review findings and make recommendations