Air Conditioning Service in the St. Louis, MO Area
In the summer, the air conditioning system in your St. Louis home or business takes the edge off the heat and makes it far more comfortable for both work and relaxation. Without it, the summers would be far less enjoyable, so it makes sense to protect your investment with regular air conditioning service.
Our team at Classic Aire Care can help. Our residential and commercial AC services in the St. Louis area include:
- Air conditioner repair service
- Air conditioner installation and replacement
- Air conditioner maintenance
- 24-hour emergency air conditioning service
- Heat pump repair, installation, and maintenance
- Air handler repair, installation, and maintenance
- Ductless AC system installation, repair, and maintenance
- Planned maintenance agreements for cooling systems
Air Conditioner Repair Services in the Greater St. Louis Area
When your air conditioner malfunctions, it is advisable to have the system inspected and repaired as soon as possible. Even minor problems like a clogged air filter could lead to more serious ones, such as an overheating compressor. Some of the more common air conditioner problems include:
- Inadequate cooling due to dirty coils, clogged air filter, or improper refrigerant levels
- Frozen evaporator due to duct obstructions, dirty condenser, or clogged air filter
- Unusual noises due to damaged fan belt, blower motor, or compressor problems
- Startup problems due to tripped breakers or safety systems, failed start capacitor, or damaged compressor
Whether the problem is minor or major, our team at Classic Aire Care can quickly find the cause and recommend the best repair options for your needs and your budget. We also offer 24-hour emergency repair services, for any problems that happen outside of our normal bluishness hours.
For all your air conditioner service and repair needs, contact our team at Classic Aire Care today!
St. Louis Air Conditioner Replacement & Installation Services
Once your air conditioner is beyond a certain age, it is often more cost-effective to replace it than to continue repairing an inefficient system. You should consider a new air conditioner if your current one:
- Is over 15 years old
- Requires frequent repairs or has major problems
- Costs a fortune to operate
- Has a SEER rating of less than 13
With today’s advanced technologies, a new system will be far more energy-efficient, up to 20 SEER, and it will cool more effectively.
At Classic Aire Care, we offer both air conditioner replacements and new installations. Contact our team for information about our available air conditioning systems!
Air Conditioner Maintenance for St. Louis Homes
Routine maintenance is essential to keep your air conditioning system running properly and efficiently. By having the system professionally inspected at least once a year, you can prevent unnecessary repairs, reduce cooling costs and extend its life. Though each system varies, the maintenance process typically includes:
- Cleaning the evaporator and condenser coils
- Checking the refrigerant levels
- Replacing the air filter
- Cleaning the air handler
- Checking the blower fan belt
- Lubricating bearings and pulleys
- Inspecting the safety and electrical systems
- Cleaning the condensate drain
- Measuring airflow at supply and return ducts
During a maintenance visit, our team from Classic Aire Care will thoroughly inspect your system, perform any required maintenance, and recommend any repairs that are necessary to prevent future problems.
Contact us today to schedule a service visit!
Call Classic Aire Care for Air Conditioner Service in the Greater St. Louis Area
At Classic Aire Care, we can handle all of your air conditioner service needs, including installations, maintenance, and repair, and we also offer heating, plumbing, indoor air quality, and insulation services.
Contact us today at (314) 300-6755 to schedule an appointment!
And don’t forget to ask about our excellent financing options!
Our Air Conditioning Service Area in Greater St. Louis
We serve cities throughout the St. Louis area including much of St. Louis, St. Charles, and Jefferson counties. Specific areas we serve include Creve Coeur, Olivette, Maryland Heights, St. Charles, University City, Chesterfield, Clayton, Town and Country, and Overland.
for St. Louis, MO
Ronnie - St. Louis, MO
John is very well qualified and conscientious in his work. Always polite and never leaves a mess.
Suzanne - St. Louis, MO
John Murphy is very capable and conscientious. He works quickly and effectively on our HVAC equipment. We have total trust and confidence in John.
John did a great job. He spent a lot of time cleaning our dirty boiler. We will be calling again with any other service
Sue - St. Louis, MO
Gary - St. Louis, MO
Don't Ever Take John Murphy Away
William - St. Louis, MO
He was very nice and very through. Thank you for such good service
Gail - St. Louis, MO
replaced WiFi thermostat
William - St. Louis, MO
John replaced the upstairs WiFi thermostat got it working within an hour. He was at our house in just over an hour after the call. Can't Thank Classic or John enough for that kind of service.
very accomodating and liked our dogs!
Valerie - St. Louis, MO
Thorough preventative maintenance
Ed - St. Louis, MO
Cleaned furnace and checked system function. Drained surge tank for improved pressure control.
Great service, super nice young man
Viviane - St. Louis, MO
Roger serviced both furnaces. He changed many batteries to help me. I was extremely satisfied with his work. He was not rushed and took time to answer my questions.
Maury - St. Louis, MO
Classic Aire Care offers excellent service. Our technician was knowledgeable, helpful, and efficient.
Trudy - St. Louis, MO
Harvey - St. Louis, MO
Mr. Murphy was professional, knowledgeable and efficient. I was very pleased as usual. I wish all service people were as good as he.
Very knowledgeable technician
Andrea - St. Louis, MO
John thoroughly checked out my furnace and all the additional items connected to it. He was able to answer all the questions I asked him. Great service. Thank you
Great service...very professional.
Bob - St. Louis, MO
I found blower motor having trouble starting. Found run capacitor very weak: 46% low, causing low starting torque. Also, Blower motor bearings have play. Worn. Customer declined this repair. Also, the furnace in need of cleaning. Cleaned & checked gas furnace per new maintenance plan. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Checked filter. Replaced weak capacitor. Set speed and test. Blower: 4.0A . Inducer: 0.89A . Temperature rise: 56 . Supply: 124 . Return: 68 .
Complaint: customer has had to turn the heat up higher than usual. Also, seems to blow air thats not very hot. Found control board logged fault codes 2 to 3: pressure switch failed to close. Cleaned out pressure port on inducer. Thermostat reads high +1. Calibrated thermostat. Set manifold pressures. Set lower speeds. Covered filter opening. Turned up humidifier to 40. Tested operation.
I replaced broken ignition electrode. Set spark gap to 1/4 inch. Tested light off. Boiler lighting smoothly. Checked combustion blower: .3 A. Supply: 104. Return: 80.
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Replaced MERV16 air cleaner media. Clean and check humidifier, replace pad, checked water flow and drain. Blower: 1.7/2.3A . Inducer: 0.07/0.24A . Gas pressure: 1.7/ inches water column. Temperature rise: 50 . Supply: 122 . Return: 72 .
I replaced three wire safety pilot for Bryant boiler. Installed new pilot tubing and fittings. Safety switch closed after 53 seconds of lighting. Boiler operated for about 15 minutes and new pilot assembly failed!! Had new pilot assembly picked up delivered. Replaced again and tested operation. Safety switched closed after 20 seconds. Cycled pilot on and off. Working OK.
I turned humidifier back on and checked for leaks. Not leaking at this time, but found where water had been trailing out of frame. I cleaned distributor tray and scale separator frame. Replaced water panel. Tested operation. I increased gas pressure for stage one. Set cycle rate. Calibrated thermostat. Was+5.
Cleaned & checked condensing gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Replaced air filter. Replaced thermostat batteries. Blower: 2.6/3.4A . Inducer: 0.25/0.47A.
Picked up keys from 707 N 2nd St. Unit C: Goodman 2123: I found electric furnace with bad transformer. I tested controls and wiring for shorts and found none. Also found evaporator coil very dirty. System running without a filter. I tested for shorted and grounded controls and wiring. Found none. I replaced transformer with fuse. Check control circuit amps for cooling and heating modes: 0.45 A. I clean evaporator. Replaced air filter. Unit D: checked to see if heat is operational. Found heat was working and set at 58. Dropped off keys at 4564 Chouteau.
3600 Hereford Street, 1N: Installed new heat kit package. Installed new fan control board. Tested operation. Amp draw: 34.7. Voltage: 242. Supply air: 109. Return air: 73. I set up a thermostat for “non-heat pump“ to defeat time delay. Balance due: $515.
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Replaced air filter. Blower: 3.8/4.7A . Inducer:0.09/0.21A . Gas pressure: 1.9/3.6 inches water column. Found basement pressure negative (-.006 inches water column) due to leaks in return-air ducting. Suggestions: return ducting air leaks can be sealed with caulk and tape. Keep basement door open for make-up air to keep pressures balanced. Set fan to “auto“ position when in cooling mode for proper humidity control. Recommend whole house humidifier installation: $716. 15% PMA discount applies.