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Stay Warm all Winter!

Heating Installation Bloomington, MN

At Bloomington Heating & Air, we specialize in heating installation in Bloomington, MN and beyond. With over 37 years of experience, we’ve been helping Minnesota residents stay warm by providing tailored solutions that meet their unique heating needs. Whether you’re installing a new system or replacing an old one, our team will guide you in choosing the most efficient and effective heating solution for your home.

Contact our Bloomington heating experts today to schedule your heating installation and ensure your home stays cozy all winter long!

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Signs You Need Heater Replacement in Bloomington, MN

Wondering if it’s time for heating repair or replacement in Bloomington, MN? Here are some signs that indicate it might be time to consider calling us:

  • Strange noises coming from your heater
  • Decreased efficiency, especially if the unit is over 15 years old
  • Uneven heating throughout your home
  • Your heater is constantly running
  • Frequent cycling on and off
  • High costs from repeated repairs

If you notice any of these issues, it might be time for a heater installation in Bloomington. Contact Bloomington Heating & Air today to see how we can help!

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Choosing a New Heater in Bloomington, MN

Whether it’s time to replace the heating system that has served your home for many years or it’s time to pick one for a brand new home, call our Bloomington heating installation team. We make choosing the best heating system for your home a simple process by guiding you through the many important factors for choosing a new residential heating system, including fuel type, efficiency, and cost.


The more efficient a system is, the more money you’ll save during the lifespan of the heating system. Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) is the rating used for systems with natural gas, propane, and oil fuel. Electric heat pumps use a Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) to rate a system’s efficiency.

Fuel Type

Every heating system requires a fuel type to produce heat. Most heating systems rely on natural gas, propane, oil, or electricity for fuel. A technician with Bloomington Heating & Air will help you determine the fuel type best suited for the system and your needs.


Costs to keep in mind go beyond the upfront cost of furnace installation. Another important consideration is how much it will cost to operate the system and heat the home for many years. Bloomington Heating & Air can provide cost estimates for semi-annual maintenance and common repairs to systems similar to yours.

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Your Residential Heating Options

The opportunity to choose among the types of HVAC products gives you full control of the convenience and cost of heating your home. Selecting a new heating system can seem overwhelming, but our technicians are here to help streamline the process and install the system that meets your expectations. We take into consideration the system as a whole and your home’s needs before making a recommendation, including:

  • The size of your home (square footage)
  • How often and for how long you use your heater
  • Your budget
  • Your energy efficiency preferences
  • And more!
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Different Types of Heating Systems We Install

At Bloomington Heating & Air, we offer a variety of heating systems to suit your home’s unique needs. From traditional furnaces to modern heat pumps, our expert team is equipped to install the perfect system for your comfort and efficiency. Explore the different types of heating systems we install and find the ideal solution for your home.

Forced Air

Forced air is the most common type of heating system. Air is heated in a furnace then moved from the furnace to the rest of the home through ductwork, vents, and registers.

Gas Furnaces

Gas heat warms a home more quickly than alternative types of heat, as gas furnaces produce maximum heat as soon as the burners begin working. Natural gas is also far cheaper than electricity in most parts of the country, such as Minnesota, meaning you can save money on long-term heating costs.

Heat Pumps

A heat pump is an alternate method for heating and cooling your home. It works by pumping heat into your house in the winter and out of it in the summer.

Call Us For Bloomington Heating Installation!

Our technicians are professionally trained in installing several types of heating systems and are happy to guide you through the installation process. Contact Bloomington Heating & Air today to learn more about our Bloomington heating installation and heating replacement services!