New Hamburg, MO Furnace & Air Conditioning Installation, Repair & Maintenance

Lundy Heating & Cooling and Jaymac Equipment is proud to serve the New Hamburg 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 573-547-8818 to consult with our home comfort specialist.

About New Hamburg, MO - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!

New Hamburg is an unincorporated community in Southeastern Missouri.  It was originally settled by German immigrants and named for Hamburg, Germany. Quiet, humble and slow paced, it is everything that one envisions when they think of the Midwest.  The climate is seasonal, which makes for an enjoyable year of watching the weather change.  This type of living reminds us all of a simpler time and Midwesterners are known for their friendly natures as well as love for their communities.  What this area may lack in “big city fun” it more than makes up for in small town charms. Kids can swim in June and sled in January, church is every Sunday and events and festivals bring the community together for fun and fellowship.

The centerpiece of the town is St. Lawrence Catholic Church. The history of this church is interesting and intriguing.  In 1847, Catholic services were held in a refurbished poultry house on the Wendolin Bucher farm. Later, a log church was built 3 acres donated by Mr. Bucher.  Slowly but surely, more settlers move in and the church became too small.  The log cabin church was no longer suitable and a new house of worship was built. The new church was modeled after St. Nicolas Church in Schirrhein.  Upon its completion in September 1858, the church was still yet unnamed.  It was given the name “St. Lawrence Catholic Church” amid a great deal of arguing and bickering as to what the designation should be. Today, the church is a window into a different time.  Its beautiful art and stained glass the lovely old cemetery harken back to a time long ago.   Christmastime at the parish is particularly special as the members file in from the icy weather and warm their bodies… and souls.

The church is a prominent fixture in the community.  Since 1903, they have hosted the annual New Hamburg Picnic.  This is the event of the year for the residents of this small community.  It is a weekend of fun and community where neighbors join together for food, fellowship and a family-friendly atmosphere.   The warm summer days in Missouri make the perfect setting for this traditional Midwestern neighborhood event and everyone looks forward to it all year!