Heat Pump Installation in San Diego and Southern Riverside County, CA


If you are looking for an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system for your San Diego, CA area home, a heat pump is an excellent option. A California heat pump installation operates just as a normal air conditioning unit would in the summer, but in the winter a heat pump’s efficiency makes it a standout choice for your home. Unlike gas and oil furnaces, a heat pump does not burn a fuel to produce heat directly and unlike an electric furnace, a heat pump does not blow air across heated coils to heat the air in your home.

A heat pump operates like an air conditioner in reverse. Instead of pulling heat out of your home and blowing cool conditioned air back in, in the winter a heat pump will pull heat out of the air outside and pump it into your home.  Have your California heat pump installed or service by us. We provide top-notch customer service.

Advantages of Heat Pump Installation

There are several benefits to installing a heat pump in your home or business. They include:

  • Efficiency – as we’ve already mentioned above, a heat pump is a very efficient way to heat and cool your home. With some of the highest energy prices in the nation and moderate winter temperatures, Southern California is an ideal location for heat pump installation.
  • Safety – unlike oil or natural gas furnaces, heat pumps do not use a combustible fuel to produce heat. This means there is no opportunity for gas leaks or carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • Noise – heat pumps generally are placed outside and produce very little noise.
  • Air Comfort – heat pumps will warm your home or business without drying the air as much as fuel powered heating systems do. This can help prevent dry scratchy throats in the winter and ease symptoms of asthma.

Dual Fuel Heat Pump Systems

Although there are many advantages to heat pump installation, heat pumps do not come without issues in some areas. If you live in an area that experiences temperatures below 40 degrees, your heat pump will not work as effectively as it does in temperatures 40 degrees and above. If much of your cooler months are over 40 degrees, but sub-40 degree temperatures are possible, we recommend a dual fuel heat pump system.

A dual fuel heat pump system will give you the efficiency benefits of a heat pump with auxiliary back-up in the event that the temperature drops too low for your heat pump to work effectively.

Why Choose Action Air for Heat Pump Installation?


Action Air has been providing heat pump installation in the San Diego area since 1975. Families in southern Riverside County and North County have trusted Action Air with all their heating needs for nearly four decades. No matter your California heat pump installation needs, contact Action Air today.