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Heat pumps make a great choice for heating and cooling your Wake County home or business. Eco-Green Air installs models from Trane, Goodman, Daikin, and Carrier - but we can performa repair and system maintenance on all heat pump makes and models.

If you have a heat pump that seems to be working poorly, is heating or cooling ineffectively, or you'd like to schedule a system check up we can help. Eco-Green Air has been your Raleigh and Wake County heat pump service expert for over 16 years. Your comfort is our top priority, and our seasoned HVAC techs can diagnose and solve your heat pump repair problem, contact us for service in Wake County.

Why You Should
Contact Eco-Green Air

We stand by our environmental-friendly services.

Eco Green Air has experienced technicians
Experienced Technicians

We’ve been in business since 2004, so we understand our customers’ concerns and are transparent about our services.

10-Year Warranty
10-Year Warranty

All of our installation prices include a 10-year warranty on parts and a 1-year warranty on labor.

We provide unbeatable service
Unbeatable Service

We take the extra time to teach our customers how to maintain their systems so they can keep the units running properly.

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Is Your Heat Pump On the Fritz?

Dealing with heating and cooling system issues can be a huge pain. Our climate here in North Carolina brings plenty of hot and cold temperatures, and it's important for your homes systems to keep you comfortable no matter the season. But, sometimes systems like heat pumps have service issues. If your home's heat pump is acting poorly, or has stopped working entirely call our team right away. Eco Green Air is just available to help diagnose and repair your heat pump in Raleigh. Are you experiencing any of the following with your heat pump unit?

  • Not turning on or not cooling, or not heating
  • Indoor temperature too hot or too cold
  • Some rooms are properly conditioned and some are not
  • Indoor coil or refrigerant lines covered with heavy frost or ice
  • Breaker to the outdoor unit tripped more than once
  • A vibration or odd noise with the outdoor or indoor unit
  • Thermostat not working properly

Our seasoned heating and cooling techs know how to properly service heat pump systems of all makes and models. Generally speaking, if your homes or businesses heat pump is an old model and needs a large expensive repair, then it might be best to replace your system with something new and more efficient. We stock a full line and variety of heat pump units from Goodman, Trane, Daikin and Carrier for your new installation needs.

Eco-Green Air Heat Pump Maintenance Plans

Properly maintaining your heating and air conditioning system can help save you money by consistently taking steps to keep your heat pump system running smoothly. A maintenance agreement is available for both residential and commercial settings, and can include preventive maintenance and cover breakdowns, as well as repairs or replacement parts. Signing up for Eco-Green Air’s maintenance agreements will help ensure correct repair and maintenance of HVAC systems, ensuring safe, reliable, efficient, and trouble-free operation.

Furnace Maintenance For Your System in Raleigh

To keep your heating and air conditioning system running without fail, you’ll want to have it maintained regularly. Only depend on us to schedule an HVAC tune-up before the arrival of winter or the summer season.

  • Inspect the entire system inside and out, and test both heating and cooling operation prior to service and document any specific service issues observed.
  • Inspect the refrigerant lines and refrigerant line insulation. Make sure the refrigerant lines are properly protected and secure.
  • Inspect the outdoor unit coil for damage or anything that might obstruct airflow and clean as necessary.
  • Inspect the indoor coil for dirt or debris and clean as necessary.
  • Examine the outdoor blower motor and fan. Clean as necessary. Make sure the fan is balanced and rotating smoothly and free of vibrations.
  • Examine the indoor blower motor and blower wheel. Clean as necessary.
  • Check the condensate lines and or the condensate pump.
  • Lubricate all motors and bearings as necessary.
  • Start the system and fully test thermostat operation. Run the system in both heating and cooling modes.
  • Run the system for several minutes. Check the temperature drop (in cooling) and temperature rise (in heating) across the indoor coil and check the system amperage.
  • Clean-up: We'll pick-up our tools, remove any old filters, and thoroughly clean our workspace.
  • Visit Report: We'll explain our work and document any potential problems or recommended repairs.

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