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Lakeside Service Co Inc

4367 South Old US 23
Brighton, MI 48114


Service area: 30 miles

Service Area: Michigan. Including Livingston, Washtenaw, and Oakland counties


BPI Certified Building Analyst (4 employees)
BPI Certified Envelope Professional (4 employees)
recently completed the requirements for energy star HVAC QI partner
All estimators use ACCA Manual J,D,S, and T for design
We rate mechanical systems for delivered btuh delivery through distribution diagnosics and testing
Indoor Air Quality testing and solutions
Radon testing and solutions


almost 3 years involvement with the Home Performance with Energy Star program through ICFI and Consumers Energy (Michigan)
Current LEED project Stone Coop Farm, Brighton MI. HVAC.
The USGBC consultant is Mike Holcomb


We have been serving our customers since 1983 in the Livingston County, MI area. Our focus has alwasy been on providing the most professional and practical counsultation and solutions for our customers. Our commitment to finding employees that have integrity plus drive and then training them without reservation has been the key to our sucess in our market.
We have 4 BPI certified analyst and envelop professionals
We have 100% NATE certified technicians 6-service techs, 7 installers
ACCA certified in Manual J,D,S, and T (4) employees
We believe that the investment in training always pays for itself. We have a geothermal specialist that also has experience with thermal solar to provide solutions for our customers that want to take the step into renewable energy solutions. We have also incorporated a division that performs energy modeling and audits for our customers so that our solutions can be "holistic" and not just focused on selling boxes

I think that I shared this in my previous entry, but to elaborate, we feel as an organization that the future of contracting is "holistic problem solving", and the reason that our industry has a "bad rap" is because the products that we provide (comfort) cannot simply be solved by selling high efficiency equipment. The key to regaining customer confidence in HVAC contractors is by raising the bar in the way we approach listening to our clients real concerns. We also believe that this doesn't stop at testing and selling, the real solution will have to incorporate a follow up system that should include items like data loggers. Especially for clients that invest significant finances in a belief that green is good. It is our responsibility to the industry to cut the path that will make this a justifiable and common approach to comfort solutions for not only our "high end" clients but our average family that owns a home. To summarize, we know that there is work to be done to win hearts and minds for the cause of sustainability, and that means we will have to work harder and more competitively than others, but this how we pioneer change.