Heating and Cooling Products
Boonville Sheet Metal LLC is proud to sell Heil heating and air conditioning equipment. It is our opinion that Heil equipment is superior to other brands in quality and endurance, plus we service all forms of equipment that we’ve sold through the years. (see company history) We’ve been around since 1924, and have grown and changed with the times. Although we are an old company in a historic town, we look toward the future, as we serve the Boonville area.
Give us a call for free quotes for new equipment 660-882-2164
We have you covered. Whether you want an 80% efficient* unit or a 97% efficient* furnace, we have one to satisfy your needs. Heil furnaces are made in the USA, and that something to be proud of. Our furnaces come in a variety of sizes (40,000, 60,000,100,00,120,000 Btu) so it’s no problem finding one right for you.
*The higher the efficiency the more efficient the furnace. Say, for example, that your house takes a 100,000 Btu furnace and you want a 97% efficient model, then you have 97,000 Btu output. You are burning the gas more efficiently. In other words, more heat is going into your house.
On the flip side, an 80% furnace, using the above example is only has an 80,000 Btu output. More heat is going up the flue, and its uses more gas to heat your home.
Service and Support
We proudly service all makes and models furnaces and air conditioners, except window units, and converted coal furnaces (unless you are replacing it). I cannot in good faith service a converted coal furnace with a conversion burner. These units are past their prime and are terribly inefficient. Also, some have leak problems and put people in harm’s way.
We have support connections to get parts for your Heil unit, as well as, Singer, Comfortmaker, Arcoaire, and Afco units. We have a lot of parts on hand at our shop, so we can get your furnace/air conditioner up and running in no time at all.
If we don’t know the answer to your problem, we have connections to a field representative from our supplier for technical support.
From 1 1/2 ton to 5 ton units in residential to packaged units for light commercial use, we got you covered.
Heil air conditioners are economical and can save you money, when you replace a low seer* air conditioner with a modern unit. Whether you house is small or a McMansion we’ve got the units to keep you cool and comfortable on those hot days. Heil air conditioners are made in the USA, while evaporator coils are produced in Mexico.
*Seer stands for Season Energy Efficiency Rating. This is a rating that takes into account how much energy is used by an air conditioner for a whole season. The lower the Seer number the more energy it will use. The higher the Seer the less energy the unit will use. This is based on the whole season.
Whether it’s an add-on or a replacement of existing equipment. We can do that! If you are building a new house and need heating and cooling products and ductwork, we can do that too.
No job is too big nor too small, we have done them all. Trust our experience and years of expertise.
The Bechtold brothers in the conduct of the Boonville Sheet Metal and Furnace Works specialize in construction and repair of all kinds of roofs and in the erection and repair of furnaces. They do guttering and all kinds of tin work. Clarence and Aubrey Bechtold are capable artisans, reliable workmen and high-class citizens. They have made a study of heating efficiency and are well grounded in all details of their work. They have complete equipment and a large stock of materials and supplies.
E.J. Melton 1937
Boonville Sheet Metal was founded by Frank Bechtold in 1924. The business did primarily metal work, such as, gutters and tin metal. Aubrey P and Clarence Bechtold both starting working for their father when they were 16 years old. After Frank’s death in 1929, Aubrey P. and his brother Clarence took over as proprietors and called the business, Boonville Sheet Metal and Furnace works (BSM&FW). In the early days the business was located at 316 Grand Avenue here in Boonville. As with most businesses it moved several times, before finally locating at 210 4th St. in 1949. In the book, Cooper County Missouri, by E.J. Melton published in 1937, he had this to say about Boonville Sheet Metal... To learn more, go to history tab at top of website.