James D’Amico, owner and founder of Crawlspace Solutions, LLC, started as a termite and pest control company in 1987
as D’Amico Termite & Pest Control. James D’Amico grew up in the Jersey shore and has developed practical and
affordable solutions to properly address the individual issues affecting each individual property. Part of the evolution
stems from the array of services implemented due to a deep understanding of the problems encountered and the extensive level of experience he’s acquired throughout his years in the field. So whether it's for a residential property, investment property, or commercial property, you can rest assured that Crawlspace Solutions guided by James D'Amico can handle your particular situation. There's no issue that we can't provide a solution to when it comes to addressing your crawlspace needs.
“Growing up along the Jersey Shore, I have a great appreciation of our oceans and the environment. We started using alternative methods to control insects in 1989 that have less impact on our environment and make us more responsible as a company. It was while servicing our customers that we quickly realized that most of the problems in pest infiltration and infestation stemmed from poor conditions in crawl spaces. From that point on, the company evolved and expanded its services from a licensed chemical applicator in wood destroying insects, specifically tackling termites, pests, and insects to a wood destroying organism that addresses moisture, mold, decay, and fungi.
We knew that by changing the environment in the crawl space through sanitation, debris removal, installing vapor barrier, and performing crawl space inspections meant that we were attacking the cause and not just treating the symptoms. Working this way meant that we could use less chemical and more alternative methods. Using alternative methods keeps our waters cleaner and our customers happy.
Also, it is important to note that education and participation is a key part of the process. By educating homeowners on how to keep a healthy environment in their crawl space we can work together in eliminating the problem and keeping it at bay.” (James D’Amico 2013)