This retaining wall had several large cracks along the length of it, and was beginning to lean. The homeowner wished to permanently stabilize the wall before conditions got worse. Erickson Foundation Supportworks stabilized the wall with 12 GeoLock anchors.
This home in Leominster, MA had sagging floors and a dirty, dusty crawlspace. The floors and beams were stabilized with SmartJacks, and the dirt floor in the crawlspace was covered with Cleanspace vapor barrier.
A new homeowner in Marlborough, Massachusetts just purchased their home. A radon test was performed after purchase during the inspection process. The test indicated the levels are 4.3 pCi/L and they would like to reduce the radon in their home. Design Specialist Michael Biedrzycki went to the home to talk to the homeowner about their options. Scott Crandall his team then installed the radon mitigation system into the home.
This pool deck had a dangerous uneven surface, with trip hazards throught the deck. PolyLevel was able lift and level the pool deck, saving this homeowners thousands of dollars in replacement costs.
A homeowner in Townsend, Massachusetts set up an appointment for Erickson Foundation Supportworks to come and administer a home radon test. The test results came back at 5.0 pCi/l which is above the recommended threshold for radon in a home. A comfortable level is 4.0pCi/l or lower.
Jason Furrey was the Design Specialist for this project and after he saw the radon test come back as 5.0pCi/l he designed a Radon Mitigation System for this homeowner. After the System was designed by Jason, Scott Crandall took the designs and led his team to install the system into the home. After the radon system is installed the crew made sure that the manometer and that the radon levels are below 4.0pCi/l.