Our Maintenance Plans

Just like regular maintenance and oil changes on your car, maintenance on your air conditioner will have your AC system running smoothly and more efficiently. Scheduling routine AC tune-ups with RushCo Energy Specialists, Inc. will reduce your energy bill and help prevent major repairs due to neglect.

RushCo Energy Specialists, Inc. makes your AC maintenance a stress-free and convenient experience with our Discount Club Membership or as we call it a “DCM”. During an AC tune-up our technician will arrive at your home when expected and perform a complete inspection of your air conditioning and heating system. All of our technicians will come into your home with the utmost respect and provide you with all the answers for any HVAC concerns you might have.

When you sign up for our Discount Club Membership you will receive one cooling and one heating tune-up per year. An additional benefit of being a DCM member is that you receive priority, 24/7 service, 365 days a year.

  • 15% Discount on flat-rate book of repairs
  • Priority Customer Response – You jump to the front of the schedule before non-DCM members
  • DCMs are transferrable to the next owner or to new homes
  • 24-Hr. Emergency Service
  • Never an Overtime Charge
  • Postcard / email reminder for routine maintenance
  • Increase equipment life
Cooling DCM Tune Up
  • Verify System Operation
  • Check filters
  • Clean Condenser
  • Inspect and tighten electrical connections
  • Check amperage
  • Check voltage
  • Lubricate motor bearings
  • Check belts and tighten
  • Check temperature
  • Check refrigerant pressures and temperatures for proper operation
  • Check supply static pressure
  • Check return static pressure
  • Check metering device
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Verify that there is a safety control in secondary drain pan
  • Clean thermostat and check for calibration
  • Blow out drain
  • Verify metering type
Heating DCM Tune Up
  • Check Filters
  • Check carbon monoxide level
  • Inspect Flue
  • Inspect and tighten electrical connections
  • Check heat exchanger for leaks
  • Check evaporator coil
  • Blow out condensate drains
  • Clean burner assembly
  • Clean heat exchanger
  • Lubricate/oil blower motor
  • Clean and adjust pilot
  • Vacuum area around furnace
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check gas connections
  • Check blower motor amperage
  • Check for gas leaks
  • Check return static pressure
  • Check supply static pressure
  • Check heat anticipator setting
  • Check combustion air
  • Clean thermostats and check calibration