Chris Hanulec resides in Pelham, NH and joined our Erickson Foundation Supportworks team in 2015. Chris graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelors degree in Technology Management, a program which focused on building technologies and construction management. He is a great asset to our foundation repair team and a project manager, knowledgeable in all our product installation methods and techniques.
This homeowner in Manchester, NH had concerns with a section of his house which was built on a concrete slab. He could feel the slab moving and felt it was hollow beneath in some spots.
Our concrete repair specialists installed PolyLevel and were able to lift the slab back to level. This repair process saved the homeowner thousands of dollars, as the only other alternative would have involved tearing up the floor and concrete.
A homeowner of 35 years in North Andover, Massachusetts had two radon tests done in their home by Erickson Foundation Supportworks. One test for each basement in their home. The tests came back with a pCi/l reading of 12 and 48 which are high. The homeowner would like to get these numbers below 4.0pCi/l which is the recommended amount.
John Prince the Design Specialist for Erickson Foundation Supportworks was able to design two systems for this home. Scott Crandall was the crew lead on this job and he and his team installed the two radon systems into this homeowner's home. The before and after photos show one of the radon systems that were installed. This one, in particular, was on the side of the house.
After both of the systems were installed the homeowner was very please that the pCi/l was under 4.0.
These photos are in the crawlspace of a home where the ground was shifting, which resulted in the home sinking 1.5". The before photo shows the old column that needed to be replaced. The after photo views the new SmartJacks that were installed to stabilize the home forever.
This home in Danvers, MA was built on a slab. Overtime, water caused soil under the slab to erode, creating voids. The homeowners were preparing for a remodeling project and noticed the slab had settled 2-3 inches in some places, and so needed to be raised again. Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed PolyLEVEL to stabilize the slab.
This homeowner was concerned with the concrete slab which supported the fuel tanks beside his house. Over time, the slab was sinking, and so the tanks were unlevel and unstable. This before and after highlights how PolyLevel successfully leveled and stabilized the concrete slab. The only other alternative would have been to remove the tanks, pour a new slab, and replace th tanks again. The PolyLevel solution saved this customer lots of time and money.