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Fast Furnace Repairs From The Pros Who Put You First

When you need a heating repair, you deserve to work with professionals who have your comfort top of mind. At Burgeson's, that's exactly what we offer: technicians who respect your home and restore your heat—fast.

Plus, our furnace repairs include:

  • Licensed, professional technicians. Our technicians are trained to respect you and your home throughout the job.
  • Honest, upfront pricing. Our technicians will let you know exactly what you'll pay before any work is done. No surprises here.
  • Better Than We Found It Guarantee. If we don't leave your home in better shape, we'll have it professionally cleaned.
  • Excellence in service & skill. As seen by our 4.8 out of 5 stars on Google ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

*Offer only for customers who invest in one of our Service Programs.

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How it works

1.Schedule an appointment.

Call us or request an appointment online. We'll send out a tech as soon as possible to inspect and diagnose your furnace.

2.Get honest, upfront pricing & repair options.

Once our technician confirms the problem, he'll explain everything to you and provide you with repair options based on your needs and budget. 

3.Get your furnace fixed—fast.

Once you choose the repair option that fits your budget, our technician will get to work repairing your furnace. When he's done, he'll test the system and clean the area. Then, he'll explain what work was done and make sure you're satisfied before leaving.

Signs you need a furnace repair

  • Odd noises

In normal operation, your furnace should run smoothly, without any loud bangs, screeches or irregular noises. So if your furnace has started making odd noises, you likely need to have a professional inspect the system for any problems.

  • Cold air from vents

If the air blowing from your vents is cold, or simply not as warm as it normally is, you probably have a problem with the system that needs to be addressed by a professional.

  • Higher energy bills

A malfunctioning furnace or a single faulty part often uses more energy to do its job. Most of the time, a sudden and unexpected increase in energy bills means your furnace needs to be inspected and diagnosed by a professional.

How Much does a furnace repair cost in the Redlands area?

Furnace repair prices

The cost to repair a furnace in the Redlands and Inland Empire area usually falls anywhere between $109 to $300 but can be as high as $2,000-$3,000.

We know. That's a really wide range. That's because the price of a furnace repair varies depending on:

  • The type of repair needed. 
Simple repairs, like replacing a faulty thermostat, costs less than a more complex repair, such as replacing a cracked heat exchanger.
  • Whether or not your warranty is still valid. 
All furnaces are sold with a manufacturer's warranty. This warranty covers the cost of any needed replacement parts for a certain amount of time. Typically, manufacturer warranties last anywhere from 1 to 10 years.
  • The contractor/company you hire. 

Typically, HVAC contractors who are licensed and insured charge more for their services. However, you get what you pay for. If you spend a bit more for an experienced, knowledgeable tech, you'll likely pay less in the long run.

That's because high-quality work means fewer mistakes and peace of mind knowing that you're getting your repair done right the first time!

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DIY Furnace repair tips

  • Check your thermostat.

Check your thermostat and make sure it's set to HEAT. It might sound obvious but you'd be surprised by how many service calls are made due to this simple mistake.

If the thermostat is already set to HEAT, make sure that the temperature is set to at least 5 degrees above the current room temperature. If the furnace still doesn't kick on, you'll need a professional to diagnose the problem.

  • Check your air filter.

If your filter is even slightly clogged, change it before calling us. A dirty air filter can cause a number of furnace problems, including:

    • Low airflow from vents
    • High energy bills
    • An overheating furnace that fires up then immediately shuts down

If you've tried the DIY tips above but your furnace is still giving you problems, you'll need a professional to diagnose the system.


Very pleased with the prompt service, Thomas diagnosed and resolved the problem with maximum expediency. He also gave us a valuable tip on efficiency. Impressed with the HONESTY of the service. The invoice was very detailed. Thank you for your service.
Adriana S.

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