Classic Aire Care has been providing heating and cooling services in the Manchester 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 Manchester area and you need a furnace or air conditioner repair, maintenance or install call us at 314-300-6755.
There are 18,094 people living in Manchester and 7,239 homes. Classic Aire Care would love the opportunity to help you maintain the furnace and air conditioner in your beautiful Manchester home. Annual maintenance is important to ensure your furnace and AC are running properly and everything is working at peak efficiency. Whether you’re looking to repair your current system, or are shopping for a new one, our team of professionals is always ready to assist you. Head over to Margaret Stoecker Park. We’ll call you when we’re on our way!
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Our Reviews by City
Elizabeth - Manchester, MO
Sean was very polite and friendly. He attended to his work and explained the problem with my furnace. I felt I could trust in his recommendation.
Terry - Manchester, MO
Sean should be commended for his professionalism and overall customer service skills. He arrived on time, completed the service call in a timely manner and provided a complete overview of the service maintenance items that you completed.
Erin - Manchester, MO
Bill - Manchester, MO
Jeff is a credit to your company.
Superior service by the technician and extremely professional. We are very well satisfied with the work and service that has been done by the company
Bob - Manchester, MO
Quick resolution of problems with A/C
David - Manchester, MO
All seems good
Susan - Manchester, MO
Great, as expected
AC maintenance! Replace filter and weak dual capacitor!
A/C start up on new Lennox install
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. I replaced air cleaner media. I tested zone system and found 1 zone damper not closing for zone two.
Customer complaint: gas bills were higher than last year. I explained that the air conditioner is 50% more efficient, not the furnace. I fine tuned furnace using combustion analyzer. Stage one: manifold: 2.6 inches. Oxygen: 7.4%. CO: 42 ppm. Stack: 349. Supply air: 123. Return air: 69. Temperature rise: 54. Inducer: .08 A. Blower: 4.2 A. Stage two: timing: 12 minutes. manifold: 4.0 inches. Oxygen: 7.7%. CO: 29. Stack: 421. Supply air: 128. Return air: 69. Temperature rise: 59. Inducer: 0.22 A. Blower: 5.2 A.
Scheduled maintenance on a Lennox furnace.
Scheduled maintenance on a Amanda furnace.
Clean and check
Cleaned dirty flame sensor
Clean and check
Replaced a thermostat for a York furnace.
Serviced heating system
Maintenance on Lennox furnace.
Working on Lennox furnace
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Checked filter. Blower: 5.1A . Inducer: 1.0A . Gas pressure: 3.4inches water column. Temperature rise: 56.
cleaned & checked A/C & performed Ameren post data efficiency analysis. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Condenser coil packed with dirt! Had to split and wash condenser coil. Replaced air filter. Rechecked Freon level and found low! Topped off Freon per superheat chart. Some Freon was lost when I put on liquid line Schrader cap And the o-ring dislodged and pressed on Schrader valve! I topped off the system again at no charge to customer. Compressor: 11.3A.Condenser fan: 1.25A . Blower: 5.5A .ambient: 81 .liquid line: 84 .suction line: 44.metering device: piston . Suction pressure:64(37) .head pressure: 200(101) . Return air: 71.7.supply air: 53.9 .wet bulb:60.6 .
Cleana and check found compressor pulling high amp,draw
New blower motor with module--2 new surge protectors-- 7lbs of freon--new filter
Service call no cool--found blower motor module with fried resistor from power outage