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Need A Heat Pump Installation? Choose The Pros Who Put You First

At Burgeson's, we put our customer's needs first, starting the moment you contact us.  When you choose us, we work hard to provide a fair quote followed by an expert heat pump installation that is completed on your schedule.

Plus, all of our heat pump installations come with our:

  • Equipment Guarantee. If the compressor in your heat pump fails once in the first 5 years, we'll replace it—for free.*
  • Better Than We Found It Guarantee. If we don't leave your home in better shape, we'll have it professionally cleaned.
  • Workmanship Guarantee. If you don't think our installers are the best in skill, attitude & workmanship, we'll give you an additional free service visit.*
  • 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.

HVAC Installation

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How it works

1.Schedule a free estimate.

Call us or request an appointment online for a free heat pump installation estimate. We'll work with you to schedule your free estimate on a day and time that works best for you.

2.Get options based on your budget.

A Design Specialist will inspect your home and chat with you about your heating and cooling needs. Then, he'll present various heat pump options that match your budget.

Because most of our Design Specialists started as installers or service techs, they're extremely knowledgeable.  They'll put their product knowledge to use to make sure you get the heat pump that will most benefit you in the long run.

3.Go about your day while we install your heat pump.

On the day of your heat pump installation, your install crew will typically arrive between 8:30–9:30am. They'll usually need at least 4 to 8 hours to complete the job.

Need to leave before we arrive? No problem. Just provide a Burgeson's representative with instructions on how to enter your home and we'll get started.

Our installers always wear shoe covers, place drop cloths and vacuum when they're done. Plus, every Burgeson's installation is carefully inspected by one of our Installation Supervisors to ensure the highest-quality work.

Signs you need to replace your Heat Pump 

  • Your heat pump is over 10+ years.

The typical heat pump lifespan is 10 to 15 years. But it's important to remember that, unlike a central AC, heat pumps provide both heating and cooling. That means they run all year round. Therefore, if your heat pump system is nearing ten years old and is in need of frequent repairs, you should probably consider replacing it.

  • Your home is never quite comfortable enough.

Heat pumps lose efficiency as they age. Over time, you'll likely notice that your heating and cooling bills increase year after year, even if your heating/cooling habits haven't changed. You may also notice that your heat pump system runs longer than it used to and still can't keep you comfortable. If this is the case, it's time to consider investing in a newer, more energy-efficient model.

  • Your heat pump repairs are becoming too expensive.

How expensive is "too" expensive? Well, here's our pro tip: if the cost of the repair multiplied by the age of the system is more expensive than getting a new heat pump, you should consider replacing the system.

Cost of a heat pump Installation in Redlands, CA

The cost to replace a heat pump system in Redlands typically falls within these ranges:

  • $8,500 to $20,000+   for heat pump equipment (including air handler)
  • $13,000 to $25,000+   for complete system replacement (heat pump + air handler + duct)

Factors that will affect the cost of your heat pump replacement include:

  • The "size" or tonnage of the unit
The required tonnage of your heat pump unit is based on the square footage of your home and determined by a "load calculation" that will be done by our Design Specialist. Generally, the higher the tonnage of the unit, the higher the price of the system.
  • Efficiency. 
Every heat pump system comes with two efficiency ratings:
- An HSPF rating, which tells you how efficient the system is during heating mode
- A SEER rating, which tells you how efficient the system is during cooling mode
The higher the ratings, the more efficient the system—and the more it will cost upfront. However, higher SEER and HSPF ratings also mean higher savings on your monthly energy bills.
  • Features. 

Not all heat pumps are built equally. Some have more advanced comfort features, like higher cooling speeds or sound-muffling devices. Simply put, the more comfort features, the higher the cost of the unit.

Of course, the only way to get accurate pricing for your specific installation is to have a Design Specialist inspect your home and chat with you about your heating and cooling needs.

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Homeowners who are in the market for a new heat pump may see a lot of unfamiliar terms and phrases. To help make sure you're getting the right system for your home, we'll explain all the HVAC jargon.

Below are some heat pump terms and phrases you should know:

  • Tonnage/BTU 
Both of these terms refer to a heat pump system's size. They're used interchangeably to measure how much heat a heat pump system can remove from your home in one hour. For example, a 1-ton heat pump system ("ton" is short for tonnage) can remove 12,000 BTUs (British Thermal Unit). Fun fact: One BTU roughly equals the same amount of heat that's produced by burning through one match.
  • Variable-speed 
If a heat pump system has variable-speed technology, it means that the unit continuously adjusts its speed according to whatever level of cooling or heating is needed at the time. These units provide greater comfort and more energy savings than units that can only operate on 2 speeds ("two-stage" technology) or one speed ("single-speed" technology).
  • SEER
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and measures how efficient a heat pump is at cooling. Heat pump systems can range anywhere from 13 to 26 in SEER ratings. Simply put, this number tells you how much cooling the system provides per watt of electricity it consumes. The higher the SEER, the more you save on energy bills. Because they're more efficient, higher-SEER units also cost more upfront.
  • HSPF
HSPF stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factors and measures how efficient a heat pump is at heating. Heat pump systems can range anywhere from 7.7 to 12.5. The higher the HSPF rating, the less you'll pay to heat your home.


"Had to unexpectedly replace heating/ac in my home. Everyone at Burgeson's was extremely knowledgeable and professional, answered all my questions, were prompt, respectful of my home and my pets. Great job! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!"
Carole T.

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