Air Conditioning Repair Services in St. Louis, MO
In the St. Louis area, central air conditioning makes the often hot and humid summers much easier to handle, especially on those occasional days when the temperatures soar above 100 degrees. Older air conditioning systems and those with spotty maintenance histories can easy become overwhelmed on the hottest days, leading to a breakdown.
If your AC system is not working properly, contact our team at Classic Aire Care for advice from an HVAC expert. We can quickly diagnose and repair almost any type of air conditioning equipment or heating system, and we provide quality, reliable HVAC repair services throughout the St. Louis area.
Contact our team today at 314-300-6755 for all your HVAC system service and repair needs!
Common Air Conditioner Problems in the St. Louis Area
Air conditioners tend to be reliable systems, but even with proper maintenance, normal wear and aging will eventually problems. Some of the most common include:
- The system fails to turn on: Can be caused by a tripped breaker, tripped pressure switch or an overheated compressor, as well as incorrect thermostat settings, a failed start capacitor or damaged compressor.
- Poor cooling performance: the air filter may be clogged, there may be obstructions in the ducts or vents, or the refrigerant level may not be correct.
- Unusual noises: Tapping or thudding may indicate a damaged belt in the air handler. Whining or screaming may indicate a damaged compressor. Buzzing may indicate a damaged start capacitor or electrical problem.
- Strange smells: A burning smell or smoke may indicate an electrical problem, while a musty smell may indicate moisture problems or mold growth.
- Frozen Evaporator: Can be caused by clogged air filters, duct obstructions, dirty condenser or incorrect refrigerant levels.
Some problems can be fixed by simply resetting the breakers, replacing the air filter or correcting airflow problems like blocked vents or obstructed ducts. If the problem is more serious, however, it is best to call an HVAC expert as soon as possible to avoid further damage to your air conditioning system.
For help with your AC unit, contact our team at Classic Aire Care today!
24-Hour, Emergency Air Conditioner Repairs in St. Louis, Missouri
Whether you have a broken blower belt, a frozen evaporator coil or a compressor failure, our professional HVAC technicians at Classic Aire Care can handle all your air conditioner repair needs. We offer service and repair for all types air conditioning equipment, including:
- Central air conditioning systems
- Packaged systems
- Rooftop AC units
- Ductless systems
- Heat pumps
- Air handlers
- And more!
We also offer 24-hour emergency repair services for problems that occur after business hours.
Contact us today for more information!
Call Classic Aire Care for Air Conditioning Repair Services in St. Louis
You can trust our team at Classic Aire Care for all your HVAC service and repair needs, including system repairs, replacements, maintenance, and more!
Contact us today at 314-300-6755 for an appointment.
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👍 Great service, awesome tech.
William - St. Louis, MO
Poor communication, disappointing service
Mike - St. Louis, MO
I have used your company for years - this was/has been quite an awful experience. The service time scheduled for the maintenance contract was 12-4 - the tech showed up at 6:30 pm, we received no phone call to let us know he was running that far behind. When John showed up he like all the techs was extremely polite. He did the routine maintenance - said we needed a new part for the second unit in the house that controls the second and third floor. He repaired the part and was out of the house by 8 pm. When we went to bed at 10 we noticed the thermostat was set at 69 but still at 71 in the house. I went outside to find that the outside unit was not working at all - just the blower in the house. At this point it was too late to do anything so we dealt with it for the night. I called at 7 am the next day to let them know that even though we just had the maintenance done our unit was not working, which by the way it was working fine up until the maintenance. The call was put in and a tech was not at our house until 4:30. Upon inspection he said the motor was not functioning and needed a new one - not sure how this failed to be caught during the maintenance as it seems to be quite an important part of an inspection/maintenance plan. With them not showing up until the end of the day, they did not have a motor that would work for the unit and have to order one today. At this point the second floor was at 80 degrees and there was nothing we could do. We ended up having to spend the night at a hotel. At this point the only sense of urgency/sincerity was from the tech that came yesterday to fix what should have been caught during the maintenance - or since we have the maintenance plan that the call could have/should have at least been a priority since we had/have no ac. I am also in the service industry and dont feel there is ever a need to get upset or angry at a situation, I do however feel that a call, apology, or even some sort of compensation for our troubles could be thrown out there. I have no desire to stop using your company as over the years you have done nothing but treat us great. This is however shocking from what we have come to expect from your company. Hopefully this is taken care of today. Thanks for your time.
Marilen - St. Louis, MO
My Service Call
Nancy - St. Louis, MO
Great Service +
Naseem - St. Louis, MO
Even though it was late and after office hour, Mr. Roger was polite and explained the problem without being in hurry.
Maury - St. Louis, MO
Found the problem, corrected the problem
Annual A/C Check
Ed - St. Louis, MO
Efficient check of performance
Classic Aire Service
Lorilee - St. Louis, MO
Classic Aire has been providing service for me for 3 years now, and I very much like their service. They do a great job.
Always professional service
Francis - St. Louis, MO
Great service. Knew his trade. Quick diagnostic.
Dave - St. Louis, MO
Would use again.
Judith - St. Louis, MO
Efficient, on time and professional
Just one thing...
DB - St. Louis, MO
As far as I know, everything was fine. Roger was fine. But I didn't receive a call before he arrived, which is something I have always gotten. It was more inconvenient than it normally would have been because I had totally forgotten about the appointment. Roger was patient and kind.
Professional, knowledgeable, efficient
Harvey - St. Louis, MO
Could not ask any better
great service. Thanks for the discount
Jana - St. Louis, MO
Philip - St. Louis, MO
Efficient and timely
Murphy Is the Best
Suzanne - St. Louis, MO
John Murphy did a thorough spring inspection. All is well with my HVAC system now.
Great service. Dave is very polite, personable, and professioal.
Mr. Ed Kurmann - St. Louis, MO
Karen - St. Louis, MO
He did a great job, quickly.
Ms Anne - St. Louis, MO
Dave G. has been doing our furnace maintenance for many years. He has always done a great job and will answer all my questions. Back office staff is great too.
Efficient routine inspection
Angela - St. Louis, MO
Maintenance on Lennox air conditioner
Added 3 poundsr22 Freon,Customer to replace evaporater coil
Replaced warranty circuit board
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coils. Main system: Compressor: 8.3/11.2ACondenser fan: 1.3A . Blower: 2.3A, 1072 .ambient: 74 .liquid line: 77.5.suction line: 59/57. metering device: TXV . Return air: 63.5.supply air: 43. Addition system: Replaced air filter. Compressor: 5.3A .Condenser fan: 0.66A . Blower: 2.9A, ml .ambient: 74 .liquid line: 74 .suction line: 42-53 .metering device: TXV. Return air: 70 .supply air: 50-52. Work suggested: replace air cleaner media.
Replaced warranty condenser motor
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Found run capacitor weak: %low. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Compressor: 6.8A .Condenser fan: 0.77A .ambient: 74.liquid line: 77 .suction line: 55 .metering device: TXV . Return air: 70.
Maintenance on Bryant air conditioner
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Replaced air filter. Found dual run capacitor weak: 17%low, fan side. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Compressor: 5.35A .Condenser fan: 0.84A. Blower: 1.6A, 850.ambient: 67 .liquid line: 70 .suction line: 50 .metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 114(38) .head pressure: 230.
I found air-conditioner low on Freon (R-22). I found oil residue on evaporator coil, indicating coil is leaking Freon. Also, condenser coil is packed with dirt. Found dual run capacitor weak: 12%low. System has approximately 58 foot line set! Thermostatic expansion valve and start kit recommended due to very long line set.
Lennox air replaced dual run capacitor
Serviced 2 air conditioner units
Spring maintenance for both ac systems!
I found wire connection at R terminal of thermostat was bad. I secured connection. Tested cooling operation. I found system low on Freon and air filter very dirty. I topped off R-22 Freon. Replaced air filter. Subcooling: 6. Metering device: TXV. Customer paid by cc over phone. Work suggested: Freon may leak back out. Freon leak search: $189. Freon leak repair: $? Customer would like to schedule a leak search.
Maintenance on Amana air
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level: low. Added 410A Freon. Replaced air filter. Compressor: 11A .Condenser fan: 0.9A . Blower: 1150 .ambient: 83 .liquid line: 87.suction line: 64 .metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 131(45) .head pressure: 295(95).wet bulb:65 . Cleaned condenser coil.
Serviced air conditioner and performed ameren test
Maintenance on Lennox air conditioner
Lennox air conditioner leak check added 3 lbs. R-410 evap coil needs replacing
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coils. Checked filters. Second floor system: Found blower run capacitor weak: 15%low. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Compressor: 12.5A .Condenser fan: 0.5A Blower: L.ambient: 80 .liquid line: 92 .suction line: 52 .metering device: TXV . Cleaned condenser coil. First floor system: Compressor:6.35A. Cap: 40 .Condenser fan: 0.43A .ambient: 80.liquid line: 90.suction line:55 .metering device: TXV.
Replaced bad start capacitor