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By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems will remediate leaking 290 gallon Oil Tanks from $3995 that are located in Ocean, Middlesex or Monlouth Counties. Larger tanks and tanks located in other counties remediated at a additional cost.
By Environmental Systems
You just purchased a home after a home inspection and everything appears to be fine. One day your child gets a mysterious rash and it appears to be chemical related. Further investigation identifies that ground water below the home is contaminated.
By Environmental Systems
Completing a Environmental Phase I is typically enough to protect a commercial property buyer from purchasing a contaminated Property. Soil and Ground water sampling should be part of the buyer " Due Dilligence"
By Environmental Systems
Many NJ home buyers are just worried about one heating tank, Others have to worry about multiple tank installations.
By Environmental Systems
Many unsuspecting home buyers have been fooled in to believing that no Oil Tanks exist on property listed for sale. Some home sellers have purposely removed oil fill and vent lines to deceive the buyer,
By Environmental Systems
Abandoned Oil Tanks may be buried on foreclosure properties and may have leaked causing soil and ground water contamination. Know your risk prior to purchase.
By Environmental Systems
Home Inspections do not identify hidden environmental problems such as Oil Tank Contamination and Sick Building Sysndrome. Environmental Inspections insure that ni hidden dangers exist.
By Environmental Systems
Having a oil tank sweep using a metal magnetometer can missed buried tanks below 3 feet and filled in place tanks. Ground Penetrating Radar can find any metallic or non metallic object down 18 feet below surface grade level.
By Environmental Systems
Imagine purchasing a home and then discovering the tank previously filled with sand is leaking and the remediation will be $ 20000. Many New Jersey home buyers have found out the hard way.
By Environmental Systems
Any home within 1000 feet of a site listed on the State of New Jersey's Known Contaminated List should have soil and ground testing completed prior to closing to prevent health issues and later environmental problems.
By Environmental Systems
For a Limited time, Environmental Systems will complete Oil Tank Sweeps using Ground Penetrating Radar ( GPR) for properties less than 3/4 of a acre in Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Other NJ counties at slightly higher fee.
By Environmental Systems
Many home buyers assume that an Oil Tank Sweep and Home Building inspection are all that is needed to purchase property in NJ. Thing again !
By Environmental Systems
. This offer is limited time offer valid in Monmouth and Ocean Counties and will expire on August 30, 2014. Slightly higher cost in Middlesex, Union, Somerset and Mercer Counties.
By Environmental Systems
Many New Jersey Home buyers are shocked to find that no prior property environmental investigation was completed prior to builder purchase and now they have big environmental problems
By Environmental Systems
Typical Oil Tank sweeps using metal magnetometers can be misleading since the instrument provides no visual data. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) provides a screen to identify buried objects.
By Environmental Systems
Purchasing a home that is located on a property that has soil or ground water contamination can cause Vapor Intrusion Problems leading to occupant sickness. Enviro-Scan can provide important indoor air quality data for a educated buying decision.
By Environmental Systems
Ground water "Contaminated Plumes" can now be mapped without drilling using high frequency conductivity measurement with GPS/GPR mapping. Know the exact location of groundwater contamination prior to expensive drilling.
By Environmental Systems
Main Equities LLC recently contracted with Environmental Systems of Point Pleasant N.J. to complete Environmental Profiles and Assessments of there current and prospective commercial property portfolio.
By Environmental Systems
That great investment property purchased for significantly market value price may have soil contamination from spilled heating which occurred during hurricane Sandy.
By Environmental Systems
Choosing a professional full service environmental company for oil tank removal and remediation avoids problems at property closing.

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By Environmental Systems
Purchasing a Home in Monmouth, Ocean or Middlesex County ? Environmental Systems will identify buried under ground storage tanks for just $ 299.
By Environmental Systems
Until March 30, 2016, Environmental Systems is offering free tank removal of any leaking 290-550 gallon tank in Ocean or Monmouth County that needs remediation in excess of $ 10000.
By Environmental Systems
High Performance Ground Penetrating Radar Identifies abandoned Heating Oil And Gas Tanks through concrete and also identifies sink holes and buried construction debris. Metal detectors can not identify buried non metallic hazards.
By Enironmental Systems
Bank foreclosure properties seem like a good investment until an old oil tank is discovered and the cost to remediate is over $ 50000. Prevent his scenario by only using GPR for Tanks Sweeps with soil & ground water sampling.
By Environmental Systems
Many New Jersey Property owners are faced with Heating Oil Tank Issues. Environmental Systems provides cost effective solutions to oil tank problems.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems high tech GPR services Identify buried oil tanks and other buried areas concern including old septic systems, sink holes and construction debris. Why settle for a typical tank sweep using a metal detector.
By Environmental Systems
Many home buyers Idea of" Due Diligence" is just having a so called 'Tank Sweep " completed prior to purchase. Oil tanks that were removed over 20 years ago may still show evidence of major heating oil contamination .
By Environmental Systems
A $ 50000 property oil tank clean-up can make that " good Deal" a very bad one overnight. Most oil tank sweeps and home inspection do not satisfy NJDEP "property " Due Diligence " requirements.
By Enironmental Systems
Purchasing a forclosure property can appear to great deal on paper. If a environmental clean-up needs to be performed the cost could be staggering. Know environmental issues exist prior to purchase.
By Environmental Systems
NJ Home Buyers Beware ! Sampling of ground water identifies chemicals that could be located under commercial or residential structures. Contaminated ground water can cause ' Sick Building Syndrome.
By Environmetal Systems
Many NJ Residential & Commercial Properties Listed for Sale in New Jersey have Ground Water contamination located below the basements and crawl space areas. Contaminated ground Water can be a direct result of leaking heating oil tanks.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems provides highly sensitive oil tank sweep services that identify buried objects under concrete asphalt using state of the art Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Identify risk before purchase.
By Environmental Systems
Purchasing a home in New Jersey without the proper Environmental Inspections can be expensive. A leaking abandoned heating oil tank can cost thousands to remediate. Oil tank sweeps using GPR prevents later surprises.
By Environmental Systems
Buying a home with a previously "Abandoned in Place" heating oil tank is a big gamble. Many "Abandoned in Place" heating oil tanks were leaking never inspected properly with no soil samples collected.
By Environmental Systems
Recently a homeowner in New Jersey attempted to sell a property without disclosing previous oil tank problems to the seller. The property had open case number with the NJDEP and required over $20 K for Clean-up.
By Envirnmental Systems
Improperly removed oil tanks or tanks that have no documented removals can have tons of contaminated soil buried under the structure. Removal of contaminated soil can cost thousands. Leaving contaminated soils on site can cause health problems.
By Environmental Systems
Some New Jersey Municipalities are issuing residential heating Oil Tank Permits to contractors that have no NJDEP licenses, Home Improvement Contractor Licenses do not meet the NJDEP Licensing requirements.
By Environmental Systems
Buying a home in New Jersey can be risky. Performing the minimal "Due Diligence" will not protect a buyer from future environmental problems. Additional environmental Investigation should be completed.
By Environmental Systems
Pre purchase Oil Tank Sweeps using Ground Penetrating Radar identify unknown buried subsurface issues which could be expensive to remediate.
By Environmental Systems
Environmental Systems will remediate leaking 290 gallon Oil Tanks from $3995 that are located in Ocean, Middlesex or Monlouth Counties. Larger tanks and tanks located in other counties remediated at a additional cost.
By Environmental Systems
For Limitied Time Environmental Systems will perfrom Tank locating- Oil tank Sweeps in Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Counties until December 30, 2014. Homes located in additional counties will be billed at a higher rate.
By Environmental Systems
Underground 290 Gallon heating oil tanks located in Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Countieswill be removed for $ 799 for a Limited Time. Larger than 290 gallon tanks and tanks in other counties will be removed for a additional cost.
By Environmental Systems
You just purchased a home after a home inspection and everything appears to be fine. One day your child gets a mysterious rash and it appears to be chemical related. Further investigation identifies that ground water below the home is contaminated.
By Environmental Systems
Completing a Environmental Phase I is typically enough to protect a commercial property buyer from purchasing a contaminated Property. Soil and Ground water sampling should be part of the buyer " Due Dilligence"
By Environmental Systems
Many NJ home buyers are just worried about one heating tank, Others have to worry about multiple tank installations.
By Environmental Systems
Many unsuspecting home buyers have been fooled in to believing that no Oil Tanks exist on property listed for sale. Some home sellers have purposely removed oil fill and vent lines to deceive the buyer,
By Environmental Systems
Abandoned Oil Tanks may be buried on foreclosure properties and may have leaked causing soil and ground water contamination. Know your risk prior to purchase.
By Environmental Systems
Home Inspections do not identify hidden environmental problems such as Oil Tank Contamination and Sick Building Sysndrome. Environmental Inspections insure that ni hidden dangers exist.
By Environmental Systems
Having a oil tank sweep using a metal magnetometer can missed buried tanks below 3 feet and filled in place tanks. Ground Penetrating Radar can find any metallic or non metallic object down 18 feet below surface grade level.
By Environmental Systems
Imagine purchasing a home and then discovering the tank previously filled with sand is leaking and the remediation will be $ 20000. Many New Jersey home buyers have found out the hard way.

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