Classic Aire Care has been providing heating and cooling services in the Florissant area for decades. Whether your furnace needs a tune up or your air conditioner needs replacing, Classic Aire Care has the staff to get the job done. Our highly trained, licensed service technicians and installers get the job right the first time. If you live in the Florissant area and you need a furnace or air conditioner repair, maintenance or install call us at 314-300-6755.
There are 52,158 people living in Florissant, MO and 21,247 households, making it the 12th largest city in Missouri. Classic Aire Care might not be able to clean and check all 21,247 AC’s and furnaces, but we can take care of yours! Whether you need a repair or need to complete your annual maintenance, Classic Aire Care is a phone call away. Annual maintenance is one of the best things you can do to make sure your furnace and air conditioner are running properly and working efficiently. Whether you are in a brand new place or one of Florissant’s charming homes, Classic Aire Care is here for you with 24 hour emergency service.
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Sandra - Florissant, MO
I don't have one
Happy customer - Florissant, MO
John arrived promptly, checked everything insid and out. My air conditioner got a clean bill of health. Love these guys at Classic Aire.
Sharon - Florissant, MO
Wanda - Florissant, MO
great service affordable price
Karen - Florissant, MO
Dan - Florissant, MO
John was on time (early actually), very friendly, and professional during this job. I appreciate his time and knowledge.
Vicki - Florissant, MO
pls provide copies for my records
Barbara - Florissant, MO
I need a copy of the work results from today at 3633 Marietta for my records - I can't really rate the service since it was done at a rental property until I speak to my renter
Sarah - Florissant, MO
They came out to do springtime maintenance on the air conditioning unit they installed in November and found a problem that they came back and fixed, at no cost to me!
Allson - Florissant, MO
Both technicians were very prompt and efficient. Explained things well and offered suggestions.
I found condenser fan motor bearings going bad. Found condenser fan motor capacitor very weak. Motor drawing 20% over full load amps. Also compressor capacitor very weak. Compressor drawing high amps. Freon level only slightly low: within 10 degrees of charging chart. Replaced fan capacitor for temporary cooling and tested amp draw: 0.86A.
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Cleaned condenser coil. Checked filter: dirty MERV 16. More than 1” drop. I installed temporary 1 inch filter. Need to order MERV 16 air cleaner media. Checked Freon level: Low again. I talked of Freon level enough to get system cooling nearly full capacity. System is still approximately 20% low on Freon. Superheat: 16. Sub :: zero.
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked and cleaned out drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Checked filter. Compressor: 14.9A. Condenser fan: 1A . Blower: 4.7A, 1400. ambient: 90 . liquid line: 92 . suction line: 49. metering device: TXV . Return air: 71 . supply air: 51.5 . wet bulb: 56.
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Found run dual capacitor weak: 11%low, Compressor side. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Replaced air filter. Compressor: 9.7A. Condenser fan: 0.83A . Blower: 6.0A . ambient: 85 . liquid line: 90. suction line: 48 . metering device: piston . Suction pressure: 76(45). Return air: 79 . supply air: 57.5. wet bulb: 64.
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Compressor: 9.3A. Condenser fan: 0.8A . Blower: 3.0A . ambient: 84 . liquid line: 89, dirty . suction line: 41. CC: dry. metering device: piston. Return air: 79. supply air: 57 . wet bulb: 68.5. Temperature drop: 22. Target: 15.5. Airflow is very poor mainly due to very restrictive supply duct transition into attic. Also blower wheel is dirty due to running without a filter, further reducing airflow. Approximately 65 feet of copper line set. Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Gas piping to furnace and water heater does not have drip legs (per gas code). Also water heater vent diverter not attached to water heater. Furnace room has no combustion air venting. Workshop suggested: remov
Replaced bad condenser fan motor
Found discharge line center bad. Stuck open. I wired around sensor for temporary cooling. Need to order new discharge line sensor. I also found air conditioner in need of cleaning. Customer purchased maintenance plan today. Work suggested: need to order warranty part and schedule replacement. Has cooling. Recommend scheduling first maintenance visit also.
Found leaking evaporater coil,getting estimate on replacing
Returned June 27, 2018. Reclaimed remaining Freon. Repaired leak at factory installed filter/drier. Leak tested system system. Pressurized to 297psi. Held for 30 minutes. Evacuate system. Recharged system. Compressor:11.0A . Condenser fan: 0.81A . Blower: 3.6A, 1220 . ambient: 86 . liquid line: 93 . suction line: 52 . metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 125(43) . head pressure: 318(100)Return air: 75 . supply air: 53 . wet bulb: 64.
Serviced air conditioner and replaced filter