Clayton, MO Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance
Quality Heating & Cooling Inc is proud to serve the Clayton community!
We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.
Please call us today at 314-961-3181 to consult with our home comfort specialist.
- Repair Service
- New Air Conditioner Sales
- Air Conditioner Installation
- Air Conditioning Replacement
- High Efficiency Air Conditioner Upgrades
- Air Conditioner Parts
- Air Conditioner Maintenance Contract
- Air Conditioner Repair
- Commercial HVAC
- Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioners
- Single Room Air Conditioners
- Wall Mount Air Conditioners
- Air Conditioning Filters
- Furnace Filters
- Air Cleaners
- Air Purifiers
- Whole House Humidifiers
- Programmable Thermostats
- Heat Recovery Ventilators
- Ultraviolet (UV) Germicidal Lights
- Repair Service
- New Gas Furnace Sales
- New Heat Pump Sales
- New Boiler Sales
- Furnace Installation
- Heat Pump Installation
- Boiler Installation
- Furnace Replacement
- Heat Pump Replacement
- Boiler Replacement
- Furnace Repair
- Heat Pump Repair
- Boiler Repair
- Furnace Parts
- Heat Pump Parts
- Boiler Parts
- Heating Maintenance Contracts
- Commercial HVAC
- Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps
- Single Room Heating
- Wall Mount Heat Pumps
About Clayton, MO - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!
Situated in St. Louis County, Missouri, Clayton is a city with an estimated population of more than 16,000 residents. Bordering the city of St. Louis, Clayton is the county seat of St. Louis County and was organized back in 1877. The city is recognized for its multiple high-rise skyscrapers and outstanding quality of life.
Incorporated in 1913, Clayton became the destination for waves of St. Lousians who wanted to live away from the crowded city. The resettlement continued for the next few years and the city’s population started growing at a rapid rate, ballooning from about 3,000 residents to over 7,000 between 1920 and 1925.
During the late 1940s, Clayton experienced a business and building boom, which transformed the once quaint suburb into the hub of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. In 1952, re-zoning led to the development of the Central Business District, allowing large retail and commercial business to expand. By 1957, the height requirement on new buildings was abolished and this paved the way for the city’s first high-rises.
As of today, the city of Clayton continues to grow and prosper, combining quiet, secure residential neighborhoods with a bustling, thriving downtown. With a mix of multi-family apartments, single-family homes and condominium developments, Clayton’s residential neighborhoods offer a wide variety of livings styles, most of which are within walking distance of shops, offices, galleries and restaurants.
The city’s bustling downtown is the premier business district of the region and houses Fortune 500 branch offices and headquarters. Furthermore, the public school district in Clayton is one of the nation’s very best, with approximately 95% high school graduates going on to study in colleges. Several private institutions, including Concordia Seminary, Washington University and Fontbonne University are also located in Clayton.
In addition, Clayton also features many well-maintained parks that are managed by the city’s Parks & Recreation Department. The Center of Clayton, a 124,000 square foot community recreation center, offers residents of the city with lifestyle, educational, sports, swimming as well as fitness enhancing programs.
Clayton receives 42 inches of rainfall and 18 inches of snowfall per year. Since the average high in the summers is around 89 degrees, it’s crucial to have a quality air conditioning system in place to maintain comfort in your home. Moreover, with the mercury dropping as low as 24 in the winters having a heat pump can help you feel warm.