EcoSpect, Inc. Basement Solutions

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

EcoSpect also has 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

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

Contact us today at 315-210-4243 to learn more about our lead paint inspections and basement waterproofing solutions in Camillus!

Completed Jobs from Camillus
Gretchen O.
January 4, 2019
EcoSpect installed a perimeter drain and a sump pump to help control the water intrusion.
Estimate Requests from Camillus
Gretchen O. on October 8, 2018 6:30:48am
I live on a hill and the slope side of the house is starting to show signs of water damage and the concrete is starting to crumble
Mike S. on May 5, 2017 12:13:23pm
I have two layers of vinyl flooring that both contain asbestos and I'm trying to decide whether I should cover it with more tile or remove it. Could you give me a very rough approximation of the cost to remove two layers of vinyl tile from a 10' by 15' kitchen?