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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Gary - Wildwood, MO
Charles - Wildwood, MO
Cory was thorough in trying to solve our mystery noises. We couldn't repeat them and we found all systems working well.
Very professional, very pricey
Robert - Wildwood, MO
Sean was extremely professional, courteous, and accommodating. I would welcome his services anytime. But Classic Aire Care discontinued my maintenance/service agreement at $10.53/month and offered only a replacement plan for $14.33/month (a 36% increase). & then charged me $89 labor to replace a capacitor on a 4-year old system (capacitor was covered under warranty, $89 was for 15 min labor to replace it -- $356/hr?). I think that labor charge was clearly excessive for a warranted defect.
Dan - Wildwood, MO
Anita Engleman - Wildwood, MO
John - Wildwood, MO
Sean was great. Very informative, polite and professional. He did a nice job of answering my questions and performing his inspections.
John - Wildwood, MO
Susan - Wildwood, MO
Roger was thorough, friendly and informative.
Great, Timely, Professional Service
Jennie - Wildwood, MO
I made an appointment and was given a window of time in which the tech would arrive. I received a phone call from the office telling me the Tech was finishing up the appointment before mine and would be on his way. The tech arrive at 10:50am and went right to work. Very nice and professional guy.
nice man good service
Tom - Wildwood, MO
Great service knowledgeable technicians
James - Wildwood, MO
Came out today I called found the problem quickly and fixed it and air-conditioning is running great!
Herbert - Wildwood, MO
Quick scheduling, great service
Nicole - Wildwood, MO
Team came out and cleaned our HVAC units and pointed out some issues that we may also want to look into. Brad come out the next day to give us some options and wasn't pushy, super friendly, and very knowledgeable, and took me through a lot of information in this space.
Polite, on-time, Professional
Matt - Wildwood, MO
You came quickly. Your employee was great.
Margaret - Wildwood, MO
Anita - Wildwood, MO
I trust and appreciate your service!
Dennis - Wildwood, MO
On time and very friendly service!
Susan - Wildwood, MO
Excellent service with a prompt technician.
sue rodrigues - Wildwood, MO
Anthony has always provided great service! He is very helpful and well mannered.
Kenneth - Wildwood, MO
John was quick and professional in his service call to inspect our heat pump system. He has a very good customer relation personality. I would highly recommend him to others.
Lennox air replaced dual run capacitor on overtime
Trane air replaced digital thermostat
Serviced air conditioning system replaced uv bulbs
2 system clean and check
I found a 70/7.5 capacitor open on fan side. Replaced the fan side capacitor. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Also, AC is in need of cleaning.
Serviced air conditioning system
Serviced two air conditioning systems
Lennox air setting up estimate on system
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. Tested, replaced thermostat batteries. Compressor: 12A .Condenser fan: 1.15A . Blower: now 6.9A .ambient: 78 .liquid line: 84 .suction line: 57 .metering device: TXV . Return air: 71.5.supply air: 49.5.wet bulb: 57.
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coils. Replaced air filters. Found the second floor unit freon pressures too low after cleaning. Top off Freon level per superheat chart.
Return May 23, 2017: John's notes: Second floor system: removed gas line and flue piping. Pumped down system, removed evaporator coil. Installed replacement coil. Evacuate low side and topoff charge. Tank 102/16:.5 pounds.
I found evaporator coil completely iced over! Customer replaces air filter regularly. Blower appears operational. System is most likely low on Freon. I added 2 pounds to the system for temporary cooling over the weekend, after customer gets evaporator coil thawed out. Tank 127/16. Return May 22, 2017: I checked system operation. Found superheat creeping up to 19.5. I relocated sensing bulb of expansion valve and retested. Superheat now 16 to 17. Rem2. Suction: 110 (36). Head: 272 (89). suction line: 53. Liquid line: 78. Sub cooling: 11.
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Checked filter. Compressor: 12A.Condenser fan: 1.25A . Blower: 5.0A .ambient: 70 .liquid line: 74 .suction line: 47 .metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 102(33) .head pressure: 245(82) . Return air: 66 .supply air: 45 .wet bulb: 56 .
Repaired a/c system
No cool, failed compressor
I found evaporator coil completely iced over! Customer to replaces air filter regularly. Blower appears operational. System is most likely low on Freon. I added 2 pounds to the system for temporary cooling over the weekend, after customer gets evaporator coil thawed out.
Serviced two air conditioning system
Cleaned and checked 2 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coil. First floor system: low on R-22 Freon. Second floor system: very low on Freon! Doing almost no cooling. Found Compressor run capacitor weak: 11%low.
Cleaned and checked 3 air conditioners. Checked drains. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon levels. Cleaned condenser coils. Replaced air filters. Living room system: 3874: Found system low on 410A Freon. Charge the system to proper level. System may have Freon leak. Compressor: 7.9A .Condenser fan: 1.3A . Blower: 6.1A .liquid line: 73.suction line: 50 .metering device: TXV . Suction pressure: 112(37) .head pressure: 250(84) . Return air: 70.5 .supply air: 52.5 .wet bulb:59 . Second floor system: KD5F: Found blower run capacitor weak: 40%low. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Compressor: 10.4A. Condenser coil: very dirty. Condenser fan: .8A. Blower: 3.6A .ambient: 70 .liquid line: Was 98.suction line: 36 .metering device:piston . Suction pressure: 63 . Return air: 70 .supply air: 52. wet bulb:59 . Master bedroom system: 4263: found system low on R-22 Freon. Condenser coil fins very deteriorated. Found blower run c