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2709 Bart Conner Ct., Suite #101 Norman, OK 73072

Norman Heating & Air Conditioning specializes in repair, replacement and maintenance of residential and commercial heating and air conditioning systems. We service customers in Norman, Oklahoma and the entire Oklahoma City metro area.

Our company was founded on the principal of quality service and our work is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

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Heating/Air Conditioning Replacement

Heating/Air Conditioning Replacement

  • Free in home estimates
  • Easy financing options
  • Payments as low as $80  per month
  • 0% interest options
  • Highest quality systems

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Heating/Air Conditioning Maintenance

Heating/Air Conditioning MaintenanceManufacturers recommend annual maintenance on your heating and air conditioning equipment to increase energy efficiency, and prolong the life of your system.

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Heating/Air Conditioning Repair

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  • Fast friendly service
  • Upfront flat rate pricing
  • 24hr service
  • Fully stocked trucks
  • Highly trained techs

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Review by Barbara H. in Norman, OK

Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: Brian Porch was very professional and his bid quite competititve. He installed the unit in a very short time. We are very pleased with the outcome and have already recommended him to others. If and when I need to replace my furnace, I will call Brian Porch!

Review by Joseph W. in Norman, OK

Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: Knowledgeable efficient personable service in installing new furnace & air conditioner Highly recommended.

Review by Andrew C. in Norman, OK

Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: The gentleman who came to install my service was punctual, courteous, knowledgeable and fast. He saved me 400 dollars compared to the quote I got from another service provider. What more can you ask for?

Review by Reginald B. in Oklahoma City, OK

Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: This company did me an outstanding job. I would hire them again.

Review by Todd H. in Norman, OK

Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: Combed, cleaned and charged my A/C units and didn’t try to upsell me new coils, or a new unit… Great service at a reasonable price! I couldn’t have been more pleased!

Review by Melissa B. in Norman, OK

Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: Fast, Professional, went over and beyond.

Review by Arthur C. in Oklahoma City, OK

Project: Install or Replace a Heat Pump

Comments: Very Very pleased well beyond my expectations

Review by Leroy R. in Noble, OK

Project: Install Electric Furnace / Forced Air Heating System

Comments: easy to work with, professional pre-visit and info.

Review by Christopher B. in Norman, OK

Project: Repair or Service a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: It is hard to judge quality from service provided without knowing the field well. They did seem to be knowledgeable and do well. Value for money is also difficult. I will say that the gentlemen who repaired our central air unit were polite and courteous. They allowed me to watch and ask questions without a second thought. (I was careful to stay out of their way.) When I asked advice about the field, changing of the technology, filters, etc, they gave me information I could use and understand. So, in the field of Customer Service, I rate them a 5. For others, I rated a 4 due to lack of knowledge.

Review by Ravi S. in Norman, OK

Project: Install or Replace a Heat Pump

Comments: excellent service!

Review by Leigh M. in Norman, OK

Project: Install a Central Air Conditioning System

Comments: Great service and excellent replacement time – faster than expected.

Review by Bill L. in Oklahoma City, OK

Project: Install Electric Furnace / Forced Air Heating System

Comments: Fast and reasonable service. Very friendly! Much cheaper than other company that called and gave estimate.

Review by Richard S. in Norman, OK

Project: Repair Natural Gas or Propane Furnace / Forced Air Heating System

Comments: Excellent Troubleshooting & service. A power surge due to a downed power line knocked out my Heat & Air. Rapid troubleshooting determined problem was burned out primary coil on Transformer. Transformer replaced, both Heat and Air tested, and service team was finished in less than an hour. Will definitely use again when needed.

Norman Heating & Air Conditioning, LLC, Heating & Air Conditioning, Norman, OK
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I replace my existing heating or air conditioning system?

You may wish to consider replacing your air conditioning or heating system if it is old, inefficient or in need of repair. Today's systems are as much as 60% more efficient than those systems manufactured as little as ten years ago. In addition, if not properly maintained, wear and tear on a system can reduce the actual or realized efficiency of the system. If you are concerned about utility bills or are faced with an expensive repair, you may want to consider replacing your system rather than enduring another costly season or paying to replace an expensive component. The utility cost savings of a new unit may provide an attractive return on your investment. If you plan on financing the purchase, the monthly savings on your utility bill should be considered when determining the actual monthly cost of replacing a system. The offsetting savings may permit you to purchase a more efficient system. Norman Heating & Air Conditioning provides financing through local lenders.

How do I select the right heating/cooling system?

First, make sure the unit is properly sized. Norman Heating and Air Conditioning will provide a load calculation for your home. Next, consider any comfort issues in the home. Some products can reduce air stratification and uneven temperatures from room to room. If you have allergies, an indoor unit with an ECM motor will allow you to circulate the air in your home continuously while filtering the air for about the same cost as operating a standard light bulb. Finally, know your budget parameters and the efficiency of the system being proposed. Does the system offer a payback? In other words, will the monthly savings over time offset the cost of the new unit or efficiency option being considered?

How long can I expect a new system to last?

If you have a qualified technician perform regular preventative maintenance and service suggested for your unit, industry averages suggest that an air conditioner should last 12-15 years (sea coast applications may be less) and a gas furnace should last as many as 20-25 years.

Should I Repair or Replace Old Equipment?

Determining whether to repair replace an old heating and air conditioning equipment can be difficult. However, having changed/repaired numerous systems, we have some guidelines to help you make this decision. Life Expectancy of Current System When you’re frustrated with an equipment break-down, it can be tempting to find the least expensive "quick fix" to get on with your life in relative comfort. That "quick fix" may be the least expensive now, but it may not give you the most value — or cost you the least — in the long run. Paying for repairs to an old or inefficient system often simply prolongs the inevitable. It’s almost like putting a bandage on a serious injury. An older system that breaks down once is likely to break down again ... and again. That means more emergency service calls or, worse yet, the risk of damage to your home or to other components of your heating and cooling system. Operating Cost There’s also an ongoing cost factor to consider. Restoring your old system will only bring it back to its current level of energy efficiency. After you’ve recovered from the repair bills and the frustration of system breakdowns, you still won’t save on your energy bills. Even six-year-old heat pumps and air conditioners are considered grossly inefficient by today’s energy efficiency standards. So are most furnaces built before 1980. So you could save up to 60% on your energy bills with new high-efficiency equipment. That’s why installing a new heating and cooling system can actually pay for itself in energy savings within a relatively short time. Looking at the Big Picture When one component of your system breaks down unexpectedly, it’s easy to just focus on repairing or replacing that component. But each part of your system works with the others to boost efficiency and reliability, so it helps to keep the big picture in mind. Replacing your old furnace with a new higher-efficiency model but leaving your old mechanical thermostat in place, for example, won’t allow you to enjoy all the efficiency advantages the furnace has to offer. Likewise, if you install a new furnace but don’t get a humidifier, the air may seem cooler, forcing you to operate your new system at a higher temperature to be comfortable. Plus, you can often save on installation costs if you have several components of your system (for example, a furnace and an air conditioner) replaced at the same time.

What Routine Maintenance do I Need Help With?

Routine maintenance on your heating and air conditioning equipment can save you a lot of money and frustrations. Just as you need your car running at all times, you should plan and schedule regular maintenance. Spring maintenance In the spring, Norman Heating & Air Conditioning can typically check a heat pump or air conditioner for all or some of the following:
  • operating pressures
  • refrigerant charge
  • filter condition
  • compressor
  • fan motor
  • capacitors
  • belts
  • crankcase heaters
  • coils cleaning
  • lubrication of moving parts
Fall maintenance In the fall, you can expect Norman Heating & Air Conditioning to check your furnace in the following areas:
  • burner and pilot assemblies
  • cracks in the heat exchanger
  • check the pilot thermocouple
  • examine the filter and check vent piping
  • test the electronic ignition
  • test the fan
  • test the limit switch
  • burner adjustments
  • measure manifold gas pressure
  • measure temperature rise
  • carbon monoxide test
  • set the heat anticipator
  • check and adjust belt tension
  • examine the draft diverter
  • lubricate the fan motor

At what temperature should I set my thermostat?

Normal cooling settings are 75 degrees - 80 degrees. Normal heating settings are 68 degrees - 72 degrees. You should always set your thermostat to the highest possible setting that is comfortable for you in the summer, and the lowest comfortable setting in the winter. Setting your thermostat in this way will maximize your energy savings. On average, every 1 degree of temperature change is equal to about 1% energy savings. For example, changing your thermostat setting from 75 degrees to 76 degrees in the summer could result in savings on your cooling costs.

My air conditioner is very loud when I entertain outside, what can I do?

A difference of 6 decibels (such as between 72 dB and 78 dB) is technically a four-fold increase in compressor sound when rating air conditioners or heat pump units. However, it takes a difference of 10 decibels to double the loudness. It is also noted that it takes approximately 3 decibels for the average human ear to discern any difference in loudness at all.

How often should I change my air filter?

At the risk of telling you something you're tired of hearing, replace the air filter in your furnace on a regular basis. Dirty air filters reduce the amount of air flowing through a system and make the furnace work harder to maintain the temperature. How often you change the filter depends on the type of filter you use, if you have pets, and the size of your equipment. Please give us a call and we can give you proper guidance.