Henry A. of West Townsend, Massachusetts was experiencing higher than normal radon levels in his basement. He decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if someone could come out and test his home for radon.
Design Specialist Jason Love came out to the home and tested the home for radon. The test came back at 9 pCi/L which is moderately high.
Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his crew came to the home and installed a new Radon Mitigation System to the home.
A homeowner in Shirley, Massachusetts had issues with supports in their crawlspace failing. The production team installed 3 SmartJacks into the crawlspace.
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 was working and that the radon levels are below 4.0pCi/l.
This homeowner in Peterborough, New Hampshire had just purchased a 230-year-old home that tested high for radon. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
A design specialist arrived at the home and inspected the basement. The design specialist recommended installing a radon mitigation system into the basement. In addition to the radon system, the specialist also recommended a CleanSpace system because the foundation of the home is fieldstone.
This homeowner in Sudbury, Massachusetts was experiencing cracking and sinking in their garage. EFS came to the home with our PolyLevel Truck and injected PolyLevel under the garage slab to lift and level the garage. After the garage was leveled EFS sealed all of the cracks in the garage to finish off the project.