There are 35,517 people living in Wildwood, MO and 10,837 households. Classic Aire Care might not be able to maintenance, repair or install all 10,837 AC’s and furnaces, but we sure 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. Maybe you’re in the market for a new system and are looking for the best equipment to install in your Wildwood home. Classic Aire Care and our team of professionals are just a phone call away. One of our highly trained Project Managers are ready and available to discuss exactly what will meet your needs and find the right system for you. Head on over to the Al Foster Trail! We’ll call you when we’re on our way.
Classic Aire Care has been providing heating and cooling services in the Wildwood 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 Wildwood area and you need a furnace or air conditioner repair, maintenance or install call us at 314-300-6755.
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On time, quick and efficient work
Mark - Wildwood, MO
Jeff arrived on time, explained what would be happening today and completed the repairs in a timely manner. Can't ask for more than that.
Kelly - Wildwood, MO
Debra - Wildwood, MO
They do a super job every time
John - Wildwood, MO
Very efficient, seemed to know what the problem was and addressed it
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HVAC Service Checkup
Tom - Wildwood, MO
John Murphy arrive for appointment at 8am. He asked questions about how furnace was keeping up with cold weather. John checked furnace and found wire that had vibrated loose. He repaired wire and improved efficiency of furnace. John checked heatpump and found no problems. I would refer John to anyone for HVAC service.
Comprehensive service by a qualified professional!
David - Wildwood, MO
Jeff Kelly is first rate! Two thumbs up!
winter service of furnace
Scott - Wildwood, MO
service was prompt and courteous
Denise - Wildwood, MO
Anthony - Wildwood, MO
Tom seemed very disgruntled about providing service at my home. He didn't know much about the Nest Thermostat I had purchased or about my previous thermostat. He even asked me why I purchased the Nest in a condescending tone. This was not his business.
Good job. Very professional and polite
Thomas - Wildwood, MO
On time, clear, helpful
Jonathan - Wildwood, MO
Prompt and courtious service
Scott - Wildwood, MO
Sean arrived on time and completed the service on schedule. He provided information on surge protection for me to consider.
A/C Maintenance service
Mathew - Wildwood, MO
Patrick was on time, did a great job and was very friendly
Great Service From John Murphy
Thomas - Wildwood, MO
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Holly - Wildwood, MO
The service that I received was excellent. The technician was friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful.
Professional and very knowledgeable service technician
Tammy - Wildwood, MO
Cleaned & checked w gas furnaces. Inspected heat exchangers & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensors. Tested current. 16uA. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitors. Checked filters. Checked for stored faults. OK. First floor system: Blower: 2.1/3.5A Inducer: 0.09/0.23A . Gas pressure: 1.9/3.6 inches water column. Temperature rise: 44/48. Second floor system: Blower: 1.8/3.2A . Inducer: 0.08/024A. Temperature rise: 48/52 .
I turned off water to the house and installed new supply valve for humidifier to Cold water line. Turn water to house back on. Replaced solenoid valves under parts warranty for both humidifiers. Serviced humidifiers for winter and replaced water panels. Replaced drain tubing for both humidifiers. Installed 10VA transformers for both systems to enable humidifiers to run during blower operation. Tested water flow and a drain.
Found transformer primary winding open. Replaced transformer. Found old style humidifier wired for new style. Cut out transformer board. Connected humidifier fan to accessory terminal. Connected humidifier solenoid valve to humidifier terminal.
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor. Check humidifier, checked water flow and drain. Solenoid valve has blockage. Replaced solenoid valve. Customer replaces pads. Blower: 3.8/4.9A . Inducer: 0.11/0.23A. Gas pressure: 1.7/3.5inches water column. Temperature rise: H: 51 . Supply: 133 . Return: 82 .
Customer stated humidifier would go on and off again in about 1 minute intervals. I turned on humidifier at thermostat. Tested solenoid current: 0.22A. I checked humidifier operation and found working okay at this time. But, I found i-comfort thermostat humidity reading (<15%) was off by 40 percentage points! I replaced under parts warranty. Set parameters. Set wi-fi connection. Thermostat now reading 55% humidity.
Cleaned & checked gas furnace. Inspected heat exchanger & flue venting. cleaned burners & flame sensor. Checked voltage & amp draw of motors. Test capacitor.
I found no voltage coming out to disconnect box. Found circuit breaker tripped! Reset breaker and tested cooling operation. Ambient: 85. Liquid line: 89. Suction line: 62. Ramping stage: 100%. Compressor: 9.6/9.6/9.6 A, 230V. Indoor wetbulb: 67. Condenser fan: .95 A. Test a breaker and found bad internal connection causing breaker to overheat. I replaced circuit breaker.
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. First floor system: Found blower run capacitor weak: 18%low. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Compressor:19.5A . Condenser fan: 0.74A . Blower: . ambient:83 . liquid line: 98. suction line: 40 . metering device: piston. Return air: 73.5 . supply air: 53 . wet bulb: 61. Second floor system: Found poor temperature drop. 17. CC: 45. Condenser coil very dirty. Cleaned condenser coil. Recheck Freon and temperature drop. Rem: 1. Compressor: was5.4A. Condenser fan: 0.79A . Blower: 5.4A . ambient: 85 . liquid line: 98. suction line:47-55 . metering device: piston . Suction pressure: 130(45) . head pressure:318-327 . Return air: 75.5 . supply air: 55.5. wet bulb: 63 .
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. Compressor: 9.7A. Condenser fan:1.17A . Blower: 1600 . ambient: 65. liquid line: 71 . suction line: 51 . metering device: TXV . Suction pressure:113(37) . head pressure: 214(74) . Return air: 71. wet bulb:58 .
Replaced warranty evap coil and install hard start kits in both ACs
Ac maintenance! Changed filters, performed leak search and found 2nd floor coil leaking
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. First floor system: replaced air cleaner media. Compressor: 17.5A . Condenser fan: 1.2A . Blower: 9.9A. ambient: 86 . liquid line: 96 . suction line: 41 . metering device: piston. Return air: 72 . supply air: 52 . wet bulb:58 . Second floor system: Compressor: 10.2A. Condenser fan: 0.7A . Blower:4.6A . ambient: 86 . liquid line: 100 . suction line: 41 . metering device: piston . Return air: 74 . supply air: 52.5 . wet bulb: 60. Back-flushed condenser coils with Water-Saber.
I replaced swivel tee and rusted flue piping. Found basement pressure negative (-.003 inches water column) due to return-air ductingin basement. This is causing downdraft of flue and rusting of flue piping. I adjusted blowers for 350 CFM/ton. Work suggested: 8 x 14 make up air vent.
Spring maintenance! Replaced dual capacitor
I found corrosion on thermostat battery terminal. Cleaned off corrosion and tested thermostat. Cut out restrictive ribbon. Tested AC operation. Found low on Freon. (Superheat at target +11) I topped off (R22) Freon level. Leak search declined at this time. First floor: recommend thermostat batteries.
First floor system: 3988: replaced variable speed blower motor and end Bell. Tested operation. Replaced air filters of both systems. Blower: 8.9A, 1930. Supply: 53. Return: 70. Suction line: 50. Liquid line at evaporator entering: 95.
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coils. Checked filter. Second floor system: Compressor: 9.4A .Condenser fan: 0.57A . Blower: 357/t. ambient: 70. liquid line:77 .suction line: 52 .metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 114(38). Return air: 71.5.supply air: 49.5 . First floor system: Found system low on Freon. Performed leak search and found evaporator coil leaking! Needs a new coil. Compressor: .Condenser fan: . Blower: 400/t .ambient: 70 .liquid line: 79 .suction line: 67. metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 105 . Work suggested: replace first floor system evaporator coil (1303)under parts warranty: $594
Spring maintenance for both AC systems! Receiving free estimate to replace 1st floor system!
Replaced bad blower motor and capacitor
I pumped down system. Replaced evaporator coil. Leak tested joints with nitrogen charge. Replaced filter/dryer. Evacuate lower side. Topped off Freon level. 0.25 pounds of 410A. Suction: 141. Suction line: 57. Head: 318. Liquid line: 95. Wetbulb: 60. Ambient: 83. Metering device: #53 piston.