HVAC & Plumbing Contractor in Clayton, MO
Residents of Clayton enjoy the best of both worlds. From quiet hometown charms to big city attractions, like world-class restaurants and Kakao Chocolate, Clayton residents can revel in the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan St. Louis area while still enjoying life in a safe, sleepy suburb. With a mix of single-family homes, condominiums, and apartment buildings, Clayton residents and building managers need a reliable HVAC and plumbing company they can call at a moment’s notice.
Whether you live by Shaw Park, near Fontbonne University, or anywhere else nearby in Clayton, you can rely on the experts at Classic Aire Care to handle all of your plumbing and HVAC needs. With our 24-hour emergency service, we’re only a phone call away.
Call us at (314) 300-6755 or contact us online today!
Why Choose Us as Your Clayton Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing Contractor?
As a customer of Classic Aire Care, you can expect:
- Happy, helpful, and timely service
- Respect for your property
- Top-notch technicians
- Superior product quality
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
Discover more about our company values and see our mission statement here.
Clayton Plumbing Services
When a pipe breaks or a drain is clogged, Classic Aire Care is ready day or night to repair broken plumbing fixtures, fix leaks, and get your plumbing systems up and running again. Our plumbing services include:
- Gas, water, and sewer pipe repair and installation
- Inspection and maintenance of plumbing systems
- Sewer and drain repair and installation
- Drain and sewer cleaning
- Clog removal
- Installation of grease traps
- Video camera sewer inspection
- Detection and repair of leaks
- Sump pump services
- Garbage disposal repairs and installation
- Installation and repair of water heaters
- Installation and repair of plumbing fixtures
- 24-hour emergency plumbing service
- And more!
Call Classic Aire Care at (314) 300-6755 for all of your plumbing needs!
Clayton Heating & Air Conditioning Services
Classic Aire Care has more than 90 years of experience offering top-notch HVAC services for all types of heating and air conditioning needs. We can install, replace, and perform preventative maintenance on your heating and cooling systems. Our services include:
- Furnace services– We offer complete heating installation services, from routine tune-ups to installation and repair service. We also change air filters, clean burners, replace motors, install thermostats, and more to keep your furnace in peak working order.
- AC services– We’ll keep the cool air running in your home or business by installing, repairing, or maintaining traditional AC systems, ductless mini-splits, heat pumps, commercial systems, and more.
- Planned maintenance– Maximize the life of your HVAC equipment by having our experts inspect and clean your equipment and repair small problems before they get out of hand.
- 24-hour emergency service– Don’t swelter or shiver in your home all weekend waiting for Monday business hours to make a call. For any type of heating and air conditioning problem, we’re standing by to get your HVAC equipment back online any time of the day or night.
Air Conditioning Services
- 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
- Furnace replacement
- Furnace repair
- Cleaning and repairing the air handler
- Boiler service, repair, or replacement
- Ductless heating services
- Heat pump repair, installation, or maintenance
- Planned maintenance agreements for heating systems
Do you need HVAC services in Clayton? Call (314) 300-6755 to book an appointment today with an experienced HVAC repair contractor at Classic Aire Care!
Clayton Air Quality & Home Energy Audits
Don’t spend another day in a home that wastes energy dollars and circulates dirty air that could negatively impact your health. At Classic Aire Care, we offer the following installations and other services:
- Air purifiers and air cleaners
- Ventilation systems
- Humidifiers and dehumidifiers
- Whole-home energy audits
- Installation of programmable thermostats
- Ductwork cleaning
- Air sealing and insulation
From installing a new air conditioner to unclogging a drain, Classic Aire Care does it all. When you need services in or around Clayton, contact us online to schedule an appointment.
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Our Reviews by City
Sam - Clayton, MO
Jeff Kelly is terrific. Professional and efficient and thorough. Thanks!
Marilyn - Clayton, MO
John always finds the problem and fixed difficult situations.
Exceptional Customer Focus, Quality of Service, and Competency
John - Clayton, MO
Classic Aire Care is fortunate to have Roger Henson represent their company in service visits. A most impressive man who competently installed our new lo-ambient kit. He also leaned-in willingly to lead the trouble-shooting of an additional situation and brought it to a simple and effective resolution. In addition, he was responsive to and able to clarify all of our questions. We are grateful for his help in establishing a new Planned Maintenance Agreement as well. Roger Henson is unmatched in our service visit experiences....standing out in any evaluation criteria utilized. Please send Roger for all our PMA service visits!
Carol - Clayton, MO
Everything done in an excellent and straightforward manner despite all the tight places in our house.
Judith - Clayton, MO
I was very pleased with Roger's handling of our two A/C units, including his having to go up into our attic through a hole in a closet ceiling. He was very polite and knowledgeable and went well.
Petra - Clayton, MO
Azar - Clayton, MO
Classic Aire Fan
Nancy - Clayton, MO
Classic Aire has an excellent customer service system. They call to schedule check-ups if you have a contract. They contact you by email as well. They call the day of the visit to let you know the technician is on the way. It is always within the window of time cited on the appointment.Technicians are neat, efficient, friendly, can answer any questions, and finish any billing matters before they leave.
Valerie - Clayton, MO
The service by Classic Aire Care is outstanding. The gentleman were prompt, thorough, respectful of our home and pets, and had excellent communication throughout the process.
Deborah - Clayton, MO
Efficient and responsive
Best HVAC Service man ever
Virginia - Clayton, MO
John is calm, courteous and efficient. He does a great job and always cleans up. We count on him.
Mary - Clayton, MO
Very competent, prompt & courteous: John Murpht
Robert - Clayton, MO
quality work, on time, great service since 1983!
very helpful, glad to set up for regular service
David - Clayton, MO
Everything went smoothly and Sean was very knowledgeable. I appreciated his suggestions and insights.
Thank you for the great service
Sally - Clayton, MO
Minjoo Sim - Clayton, MO
Team of two did a fall AC -> Heat inspection. Did a terrific job, and were great. Turned the lights off after they were done with the various units.
Maireen - Clayton, MO
I have been happy with the services from Classic Air since I bought my condo. Sean provided excellent maintenance service on his annual inspection and discussed everything with me. I was also pleased with the excellent guidance last year from Mike when I had to purchase new heating and air-conditioning units.
Stephen - Clayton, MO
James - Clayton, MO
responsive, timely, courteous, professional.
Used Classic Aire Care for years
Nancy - Clayton, MO
Every serviceperson who comes is knowledgeable, thorough, quiet, patient with sticky issues, courteous, and on time. The office staff call with reminders of inspections due and appointments booked. Very efficient tracking on our account--heating and AC.
Disconnected steam radiator in living room. Set aside in sun room. Radiator valve slightly passing steam. Removed and capped pipe for temporary service.
Returned to home after steam boiler system is fully heated. Checked radiator valve and found no leaks. Plaster damage not due to radiator leakage. Wet spot on the wall in basement. Customer will investigate further. Suggestions: customer may want to have us remove radiator for plaster repair job. Steam system. No need to drain or shut down system to discount radiator.
Customer thought burning smell came from vent from addition system furnace. I checked furnace. Checked new circuitboard and found no issues. Checked blower and found capacitor getting weak: 17% low. I replaced capacitor. Burners cycling. No fault codes. Tested flame sensor current: 2.8 micro amps. Cleaned left pressure port. Vent that customer smelled burning smell from was actually part of the main system. I checked main system for any problems. OK. Suggestions: Heat from the addition system can incidentally warm the thermostat for the main system, causing uneven temperatures in the house. Suggest adjusting thermostats accordingly for this issue.
Installed a new 17 gallon bypass humidifier!
Front the system: I replaced humidifier, humidistat, humidifier drain. Tested operation. I replaced blower wheel. Blower amp draw very high. I installed an upsized capacitor. Blower: 8.5 A.
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Replaced air filters. Second: Blower: 1.7A. Inducer: 0.23A. First: Blower: 0.8A . Inducer: 0.18A . Clean and check 2 humidifiers, replace pads, checked water flow and drains. Office to bill.
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Replaced 1” air cleaner media. Blower: w6.6/7.3A . Inducer: 0.27/1.38A . Gas pressure: 1.6/3.4 inches water column. Temperature rise: W46/57 . Supply: 116/127. Return: 70 . I found customer has a humidifier that is not on the maintenance plan. Honeywell humidifier has clogged solenoid valve. Needs new valve. Work suggested: Replace humidifier $716 or: Replace solenoid valve: $295. Install supply valve on Cold water line: $250. Humidifier cleaned and check, w/water panel: $54. Maintenance plan discount will apply to prices quoted.
Cleaned & checked 2 gas furnaces. Inspected heat exchangers & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensors. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Checked drains. Front system: found blower wheel out of balance! Also blower motor bearings starting to where. Customer declined blower motor replacement. Found humidifier missing media retainer. Parts no longer available for this humidifier. Recommend replacing humidifier. Rear systems: Clean and check humidifier, replace pad, checked water flow and drain.
Cleaned and checked 2 gas boilers. Inspected and cleaned heat exchanger. Checked flu piping and draft. Cleaned burners, pilot, and flame sensor. Checked voltage and amp draw of pumps. Oiled all 4 pump bearings and motors.
Cleaned & checked condensing gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Checked filter. Checked drain. Blower: 4.9A . Inducer: 1.9A . Gas pressure: 3.5 inches water column.
water cooled heat pump is designed for conventional thermostat wiring. Has no aux. heat. I set up thermostat for conventional “AC/gas” and wired conventional. Tested heat operation. Adj. superheat. Compressor: 13.2A. Return: 72. Supply: 105. Water in: 73. Water out: 66.
Cleaned & checked 2 gas furnaces. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensors. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitors. Second floor system: Blower: 5.5A . Inducer: 78A . Gas pressure: 3.4 inches water column. Temperature rise: 74 . Supply: 149 . Return: 75 . First floor system: Blower: 5.6A . Inducer: 2.18A . Gas pressure: 3.5 inches water column. Temperature rise: 57 . Supply: 132 . Return: 75 . Clean and check humidifier, replace pad, checked water flow and drain.
Serviced furnace and humidifier
I called customer. Said no water would flow when opening manual fill valve. I found Back-flow preventer turned off. Turned on back flow preventer valve! Skimmed boiler. Explained auto fill operation.
2nd floor: Clean and check electric furnace. Tested heating elements: 20A. Tested sequencers. Checked voltage & amp draw of blower. Blower: 700cfm. Checked filter. First floor system: Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger with visible-defects kit. Inspected flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Checked filter. Blower: 3.6A. Inducer: NA. Gas pressure: 3.5 inches water column.
Customer stated that yesterday system would run for 30 seconds and shut off for five minutes, then repeat. I turned on the system and tested operation. System stayed on and cold without shutting off. I found superheat a little high. Condenser coil Supply water: 68. Return water: 75. Suction: 59 (33) superheating: 20. Expansion device: Cap tube. I topped off freon level. Total system amps: 10.0A. Superheat: six.
Serviced air conditioner and installed air purifier
AC maintenance for both systems today!
Heating maintenance on both home furnaces! Both look good
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coils. Second floor system: Replaced air filter. Connected float safety to Y1 wire instead of R wire to thermostat. Compressor: 8.6A . Condenser fan: 1.24A . Blower: 4.5A . ambient: 80 . liquid line: 83 . suction line: 57 . metering device: TXV . Return air: 74 . supply air: 52 . First floor system: Replaced air filter. Compressor: 8.5A. Condenser fan: 1.22A . Blower: 3.2A . ambient: 80. liquid line: 82. suction line: 56. metering device: TXV . Return air:71 . supply air: 50.5 . wet bulb: 59 . Suggestions: cover filter slot opening in attic. See attachment email. Follow up: customer is getting squirrels in the attic through opening where electric, gas, and refrigerant lines access the attic. Needs opening closed up.