We understand that keeping both employees and occupants in your facility comfortable is critical. If this involves employees constantly adjusting office temperatures, it can cause energy bills to increase. With studies suggesting a connection between high indoor air quality and improved staff performance, it’s important to maintain a balance for expenses. For these critical issues facing your building, Seaman’s can help! 

Systems Serviced

  • Air Conditioning
  • Chillers
  • Controls
  • Cooling Towers
  • Cryogenic Freezers
  • Electrical Services
  • Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) Units
  • Environmental Test Chambers
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Furnaces
  • Hot Water & Steam Boilers
  • Infrared Heaters
  • Liebert Units
  • Make-up Air Units
  • Mini Split Systems
  • Plumbing Services
  • PTAC Units
  • Radiant Floor Systems
  • Reach-in Coolers & Freezers
  • Rooftop Packaged Units
  • Snow Melt Systems
  • Unit Heaters
  • Walk-in Coolers & Freezers

Seaman's can perform equipment inspections, air balance reports, Backflow Prevention Device testing, and CSD-1 boiler inspections.

Partial Client List

  • Spectrum Health
  • Addington Place Retirement
  • Aurora Ponds Retirement
  • Vista Springs Retirement
  • The Center for Physical Rehab
  • Jenison/Hudsonville Public Schools
  • Comstock Park Public Schools
  • Ionia Public Schools
  • SKLD

Institutional Case Study

The location: A thriving local medical office.

The situation: Business was great, and the practice had been growing steadily over the past few years. To accommodate the growth, walls had been rearranged and new offices created. While on the surface everything looked very up-to-date, there were significant problems cropping up.

Patients were often complaining about the temperatures in the exam rooms. The staff would adjust the thermostat. When a problem was solved in one exam room, another would crop up in another room. The temperature settings were constantly moving up and down and the staff could never please all the patients. On top of these issues, energy bills for the practice were going through the roof! Seaman's was called.

Seaman's provides the solution: As changes occurred in the physical layout of the offices, HVAC ductwork had been rearranged by the remodeling contractor. Indeed, each new room had access to heated or cooled air, but the entire HVAC system was unbalanced and out of whack! Seaman's approached the situation from an engineering and redesign perspective. A reconfigured air distribution system was recommended. Ductwork needed rearranging to accommodate the best flow of conditioned and return air.

The result: Hot and cold spots throughout the practice were eliminated and the out of control energy bills were contained. Patient complaints virtually disappeared.