Rheem-boilers-furnacesFurnace and boiler care from MBH Mechanical & Electrical

  • How efficient is your furnace?
  • Are you burning dollars that you don't need to?
  • Spending too many hours (and dollars) keeping older furnaces going?
How we heat our homes has changed dramatically over the years with more efficient and effective ways in which to conserve our energy, help the environment - and save money. If you have an old, "mid-efficiency" furnace, you could make considerable savings on your energy bills by switching to a new high-efficiency condensing furnace, and you might also be eligible for a government rebate too.

Clean, efficient condensing Comfortmaker furnaces from MBH Mechanical & Electrical

Condensing furnaces use a technology that "rings out" more of the heat from the fuel being burned. This means that less of the heat is lost through the natural process of combustion, so the process is more efficient, which saves you money and is better for the environment. Add in technology, such as variable speed motors and modulating gas valves, and your home is heated more evenly and efficiently than was ever possible before.

Modern, condensing furnaces are usually smaller than older types of furnaces, and are much quieter too. Install a new Energy Star qualified condensing furnace as part of your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system and you could be eligible for up to $650 rebate under the Ontario Power Authority Heating & Cooling Incentive. Combine this with the savings you'll make on your energy bills, and your new furnace can almost pay for itself!

Give MBH Mechanical & Electrical a call today at 519-472-4449 for your complimentary estimate on installing one of our great condensing Comfortmaker furnaces, or to upgrade your whole HVAC system to be ultra energy-efficient.

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Safety Checks, Maintenance and Repairs for all types of furnaces

  • Got a gas, oil or electric furnace as part of your forced air heating system?
  • Want to maintain your existing furnace if possible?
  • Or do you already have a condensing furnace?

Keep your furnace reliable and your family safe with a safety check by the MBH Mechanical & Electrical team. A furnace that's not working properly can be a safety hazard waiting to happen, with the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, and other heat-related and fire hazards. We service all makes and models, and all fuel types too.

Call MBH Mechanical & Electrical today at 519-472-4449 to book one of the most comprehensive furnace safety inspections in London, Ingersoll, Tillsonburg and St. Thomas areas, to give you and your loved ones peace of mind.

Why is carbon monoxide dangerous?

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, tasteless gas that can be produced by any fuel burning furnaces if it's faulty. It's a killer, because it can render you unconscious in minutes. Regular safety checks and furnace maintenance will keep your furnace working properly and reduce the risk. We can also advise on installing a carbon monoxide detector, a small device like a smoke alarm, that gives you an early warning of any CO spill.

OPA replacement furnace rebates - how to qualify

To get a rebate on a new furnace, you need to install a high efficiency model on the Eligible ECM (Electronically Commutated Motor) list. At MBH Mechanical & Electrical, we'll recommend the best super-efficient furnaces on the list that will heat your home efficiently, effectively and with minimized environmental impact.

If you combine a furnace upgrade with a Central Air Conditioning (CAC) System upgrade as well, you can boost your rebate even more - see our Air Conditioning page for more details!

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Ingersoll: 519-425-4448
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London: 519-472-4449 Ext.#1
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Ingersoll, Ontario
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