EcoSpect, Inc. Basement Solutions

EcoSpect, Inc. Basement Solutions
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Basement Waterproofing and Lead Paint Inspections in Elmira, NY

EcoSpect, Inc. was founded in 1995, to provide professional and trustworthy environmental consulting services, with a specialization in Lead Based Paint, to the upstate New York area. At that time, lead based paint was an old issue that was getting new attention. Housing related professionals had known about the potential health effects of lead based paint exposure for some time but, no one had stepped forward to offer comprehensive procedures for identifying and dealing with Lead Based Paint. In stepped the US Dept of Housing and Urban Development and its Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead Based Paint Hazards in Housing. Since then, EcoSpect has performed thousands of lead investigations based on those Guidelines and continues to provide services based on the health, safety and budget constraints of their clients.

EcoSpect Services Offered

We also have the following certifications:

If you are looking for technicians who are licensed, certified, and trustworthy, look no further than EcoSpect!

  • EPA lead inspection and risk assessment certs for individuals
  • Firm EPA certification
  • EPA/AARST certification for radon abatement and Radon testing
  • NYS certifications for Asbestos testing and supervisors handling license

EcoSpect serves the following counties in New York: Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Schuyler, Seneca, & Tompkins.

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Completed Jobs from Elmira
Lisa D.
August 1, 2017
EcoSpect installed a sump pump system to eliminate the water and injected hydrophilic grout into the foundation wall cracks for stability.
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John D. on August 18, 2018 12:42:32pm
The lower portion of approximately 15 feet of my cinder block basement wall stays damp and is covered with many unsightly black stains. I've painted this part of the wall three times with UGL Drylock Masonry Waterproofer, but the wetness and the stains came back each time. One solution, I suppose, is to install a French drain, but this would be exceedingly difficult because the area that needs to be dug out is under a wooden deck that is only a few feet off the ground and, therefore, practically inaccessible to a worker with digging equipment. An inside-the-basement solution will also be difficult because my lengthy, stationary model train tables abut this wall. I don't know what the best solution would be.