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Install Your Recirculating Pump Today And Enjoy Endless Hot Water And Lower Water Bills!

Everyone wants to turn on the tap and get hot water much more quickly, right? Now you can too by having a hot water recirculation pump installed on your water heater by Burgeson's! These devices are affordable, reliable, and can be installed in just one visit to your home. If that sounds good to you, then give your friends at Burgeson's a call. We'll send an experienced plumber to your home as soon as possible to answer any questions you have. We'll even provide you with an upfront quote for the whole job.

  • Honest, upfront pricing. Our plumbers will let you know what you'll pay before any work is done. No surprises here.
  • Our "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 4.7 out of 5 stars on Google ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐.
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How it works

When you turn your shower on first thing in the morning, the most common result is a blast of freezing cold water. That's because that cold water has been sitting inside those plumbing pipes for hours and hours. You bet it's going to be chilly!

A hot water recirculating pump changes the game by forcing the water inside your pipes to keep moving in a loop. It accomplishes this with the help of a pump that's typically installed near the water heater. The end result is water that hasn't been stagnating in your pipes for hours. In fact, it's warm and ready to go! 

What Are the Benefits of a Hot Water Recirculation Pump?

Having instant hot water on demand is the primary benefit of installing a hot water recirculation pump. But it isn't the only reason that homeowners install them. In fact, there are so many benefits to these systems that we could write an entirely separate blog on the topic.

Let's take a look at some of the most important benefits of a hot water recirculation pump:

  • Less water waste: This is a big one. It's been estimated that upwards of 12k gallons of water is wasted every year waiting for hot water to heat up. Residents of California, in particular, understand how precious this resource is. Now more than ever, it's important to consider where our water is going and what we can do to conserve it. 

  • Lower water bills: Because hot water recirculation pumps are on a timer, they use less water. And using less water can shave quite a bit off your water bills each month. 

  • Lower energy bills: The pump will not use electricity when you're not planning to use hot water, which makes them incredibly energy-efficient. In fact, most homes see a net energy bill decrease with a hot water recirculation pump installed.

  • No maintenance required. Unlike most home appliances, recirculation pumps don't require any maintenance. It's a win-win!

What to expect when you install with Burgeson's

1. Schedule an appointment.

Want to speak to one of our friendly plumbers about installing a new hot water recirculating pump? Simply give us a call at 909-792-2222 or request an appointment online. We'll send a professional plumber as soon as possible to assess your family's needs and answer all of your questions.

2. Get honest, upfront pricing & options.

You can always count on Burgeson's to give you honest, upfront pricing for every plumbing job, and installing a brand-new hot water recirculating pump is no exception. Our pros will assess your home's plumbing system during your estimate and then provide a customized quote around their assessment. We'll also address any concerns you have about the system prior to installation and introduce financing options upon request.

3. Get high-quality work and 100% satisfaction.

Our plumbers are some of the most highly trained professionals in the state. So, when you install a recirculating pump with us, you know you're getting the best craftsmanship in California. At the start of your installation, we'll let you know exactly how much time your water will be off (which averages about 2-3 hours). Then, we'll set the built-in timer so that your pump turns on when instant hot water is desired. Lastly, we'll test the system so that instant hot water goes precisely to a particular fixture and/or area of your home. When finished, we'll make sure your home is cleaner than how we found it. And, of course, your new recirculating pump is protected by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you don't love it, let us know, and we'll return to make it right!


What's the cost of a water heater recirculation pump in Redlands?

We're glad you asked. It's actually less than you might think! A hot water recirculation pump or system can cost between $700 and $1,800. At Burgeson's, our customers tend to pay around $750 on average.

Some of the main cost factors that go into pricing a water heater recirculation pump or system include:

  • Water heater location: Hot water recirculation pumps are typically installed near the water heater. However, you could see a higher installation cost if your existing water heater is installed (A) in an area that does not allow the space needed to install the recirculation pump or (B) outside, where it could get wet. Additional plumbing/wiring could be needed, or an under-the-sink pump could be required.

  • Existing electrical system: A recirculating pump needs a direct connection to the home's electrical system. If changes need to be made to the home's electrical system, it can add to the project's overall cost. The good news is, if you choose Burgeson's, you won't have to worry about hiring another contractor to get this job done. We offer both plumbing and electrical work.

  • The number of pumps required: Larger homes often need a second water heater to provide enough hot water for the entire house. The number of recirculation pumps you will need will be determined by the number of water heaters your home has, as each water heater needs its own dedicated recirculation pump. Additional pumps will add to the cost of the installation (due to extra time, labor, and parts such as shut-off valves).


"From start to finish a completely positive experience. The staff that answered the phone provided accurate information and made sure that I understood the pricing and service policy. No surprises. Yay! The service tech' (Travis R. ) was on time, polite, professional, and appropriately friendly. He explained my options & gave me time to discuss the situation with my family. I felt like I was making an informed decision and I knew that (if needed) I could arrange the financial part easily. The service rep' knew what he was doing. The installation fit my specific requirements (older home) and (literally) everything was better than I'd hoped for = quick, safe, complete, better than the original. I have found the company that I will call and recommend every time."
-Stacy R.

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