Heat Pumps

Heat Pumps
Stay comfortable all year


Eco Green Air offers the broadest array of heating systems in the area. Heat Pumpsare a great option to heat and cool your home. With today's high-efficiency equipment you can make your heating dollars stretch further than they ever could have before. Call today and schedule a consultation to see what a new Heat Pump or Traditional Air Conditioner can do for you.

How Heat Pumps

In the winter, a heat pump draws heat from the outside air and circulates it through ducts into your home. In the summer, it reverses the process and draws heat from your interior air and releases it outdoors. It also dehumidifies the indoor air as it cools it.



Heat Pumps serve as an air conditioner by absorbing heat from indoor air and pumping it outdoors. The units contains an indoor coil which, in turn, contains a very cold liquid refrigerant. As indoor air passes over the indoor coil, the refrigerant-cooled coil absorbs heat from the air and so quickly cools that air. The cooled air cannot hold as much moisture as it did at a higher temperature. The excess moisture condenses on the outside of the coil, resulting in the dehumidification of the air. The cooled, dehumidified air is then forced (by a fan) into the duct system which, in turn, circulates throughout the building.

At the same time, the absorption of heat by the refrigerant turns the refrigerant from a liquid into a vapor. A compressor pumps the heat laden vapor through a vapor line to an outdoor coil which discharges the heat extracted from the indoor air. As the heat is discharged, the vapor is cooled and changes back into a liquid refrigerant. The refrigerant is then pumped back through a liquid line to the indoor coil and the cycle is repeated.



At the same time, the absorption of heat by the refrigerant turns the refrigerant from a liquid into a vapor. A compressor pumps the heat laden vapor through a vapor line to an outdoor coil which discharges the heat extracted from the indoor air. As the heat is discharged, the vapor is cooled and changes back into a liquid refrigerant. The refrigerant is then pumped back through a liquid line to the indoor coil and the cycle is repeated.

Heat Pumps contain a reversing valve which reverses the flow of refrigerant and thus allows the heat pump to serve as a heater during cold weather.

These units serve as a heaters by absorbing heat from outdoor air and pumping it indoors. As the outdoor air passes over the outdoor coil, heat from that air is absorbed by the refrigerant contained inside the coil. The absorption of heat changes the refrigerant from a low-temperature liquid to a low temperature, low-pressure vapor. The vapor then passes through a compressor where it is compressed into a high pressure, high temperature vapor. The hot vapor then circulates into the indoor coil. As indoor air passes over the indoor coil, it absorbs heat from the coil. The warmed air is then redistributed through the duct system.

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Common Heat Pump Problems

  • Heat Pump is not working properly or won't turn on
  • The air from the Heat Pump unit smells funny
  • Certain rooms or offices are too hot or too cold
  • Strange noises are coming from the Heat Pump
  • Air is not circulating properly
  • The Heat Pump pipes are freezing
  • The thermostat is not working properly
  • No air or minimal air flow from vents in certain rooms


Energy Bill Savings

Ensure your heating system is warming your home at optimum levels when you want it. Here's how you can save:

  • Yearly system inspections
  • Sealing of vents and duct work
  • Proper home insulation levels
  • Adjustment of gas pressure by trained professional
  • Routine cleaning and servicing of HVAC system by Factory Trained Professional
  • Implementation of zoning systems

If Eco–Green air is for you, call Eco–Green Air at 919-782-3111 or schedule your appointment online with Eco–Green Air today! Eco–Green Air proudly serves the Raleigh community and surrounding areas including Cary, Holly Springs, Fuquay Varina, Apex, Wake Forest and Knightdale.