Jon grew up in Hudson, NH and has worked in the trades for many years. He brings his years of experience in waterproofing techniques to our team and has become a great crew leader. Jon loves his New England sports teams, stock car racing, and is an avid fisherman.
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 homeowner in Pepperell, Massachusetts had an issue with sagging floors in their house. They wanted new lally columns to help support the floor. They decided to give Erickson Foundation Supportworks a call and they set up an appointment.
Brian Allen was the Design Specialist on this project. Brian came to their home and walked them through some options to reverse the effects of sagging floors. Brian recommended that the homeowners use SmartJacks to support their floors. Jon Provost was the Crew Lead on this project. Jon and his crew successfully installed the SmartJacks in the homeowner's basement. The SmartJacks made it so the floor was no longer sagging anymore.
The picture will show what the basement looked like before and after the SmartJacks were installed.
Note* In the finished picture the concrete was still wet. When dry that concrete will match the rest of the concrete.
This homeowner had several concerns with their garage, from settlement to a dirty, cracking surface. This before and after highlights the resurfacing aspect of the garage floor.
The foundation on this detached condo was full of cracks, and the back section was leaning inwards more and more over time. All the cracks were sealed, PowerBraces were installed to permanently stabilize the wall, and the wall was then also painted.
The bump addition on this home in New Boston was settling over time. It was supported by 3 concrete pillars, all of which had failed and were sinking. Our team proposed and installed 3 EZ Post helical piles to replace the concrete pillars. The EZ posts are permanent and will not settle.
This before shows the columns that use to support the main beam of the home and the after shows the newly installed SmartJack system. The SmartJack system has a 2' by 2' hole filled under it with engineered fill to keep the ground from shifting around the SmartJacks.
This homeowner was concerned with her sagging floors, caused by old wooden beams and columns failing in the basement. Erickson proposed and replaced several columns, with our permanent SmartJacks, which can even be adjusted overtime if need be.
The homeowner of this property had been living here for about a year, and knew he had to get around to fixing his sagging floors. The support columns throughout the basement were not to code, and the beam and floor joists were sagging in several places. Steel I-beams and SmartJacks were installed to replace all these columns, raise the floor slightly in places, and permanently stabilize the floors.
This homeowner in Malden Massachusetts had a problem where their chimney had started tilting away from their home due to poor soil conditions beneath it. They hired our Erickson Foundation Supportworks team to install push-piers to rectify the issue.
Michael Biedrzycki was the design specialist that came out to the home and took a look at the chimney. He proposed push-piers to support the footing of the chimney and to straighten it as well. Jon Provost was the crew lead on this project. He and his team installed the piers and permanently stabilized it's footing.
The front section of this garage was cracked in several locations and sinking. The homeowner needed to have the cracks sealed, and opted for PolyLEVEL to lift and stabilize the concrete slab.
This homeowner in Bedford, New Hampshire was closing on their home and needed to fix some cracks in the basement and the garage. They called Erickson to fix the cracks. Design Specialist Brian Allen came to the house to inspect the cracks. He found that the cause of the cracks was from the wall starting to bow. He thought the best option was to install PowerBrace so that new cracks couldn't form. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team installed the PowerBrace to permanently immobilize the wall. After the wall was immobilized the cracks were sealed.
The homeowners were happy to know that there are no cracks anymore and that the PowerBrace would prevent more from happening.
This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire had an issue where their foundation was cracked and showing signs of settlement. Design Specialist Paul Magowan proposed GeoLocks and helical piers to stabilize their homes. Jon Provost and his team installed the Geolocks and Helical Piers and provided this homeowner with a permanent solution.
The concrete surface of this garage slab in Windham was in need of some resurfacing to look new again.
This boathouse on Cobbetts Pond in Windham was built in the 1940's. The foundation had several cracks which were progressively getting worse over time, and a permanent solution was needed to fix it. GeoLocks and Helical Piers combined to help stabilize the lateral movement of the wall, as well as the settling.
This older foundation on a home in Derry, NH was part stone and part concrete. The stone parts were crumbling and allowing for soil to be pouring into the basement area. The overall stability of the wall was poor, and so Erickson installed an auxillary wall along with some PowerBraces to fully stabilize the wall and clean up the look of the basement.
ResurfacePro was installed over this discolored pool patio area for a homeowner in Beverly, Massachusetts.
This homeowner had some concerns with their front concrete step and porch settling. The problem got worse over the years, and so they decided to finally make the fix. In addition to stabilizing the sinking concrete, our Erickson team also resurfaced the porch and steps, making them look like new.
A potential homeowner looking in Kingston, New Hampshire found a house that they wanted to purchase but needed someone to replace the columns in the basement.
Dave Cormier was able to inspect the basement supports and suggested having Smart Jacks installed in the basement for support rather than a cut log and an old jack that wasn't supporting the structure anymore. Jon Provost, the crew lead, had his team remove the old support and replace them with Smart Jacks.
This potential homeowner was happy to know that the structure was now secured and that they wouldn't have more structural issues in the future.
This homeowner in Amesbury, Massachusetts was experiencing sagging floors in their home. Design Specialist Brian Allen came to the home and proposed a Smart Jacks System to counteract the effects of sagging floors. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team installed Smart Jacks into the basement. Installing Smart Jacks into the basement permanently added support to the interior of the home and reversed further sagging.
This homeowner in Hampton, New Hampshire, was looking for a permanent solution to their sagging floors. They called Erickson Foundation Supportworks to inspect their crawlspace and determine the best way to fix the problem. Design specialist Nate Erickson proposed SmartJacks along with a new steel beam. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team installed the SmartJacks the floor was correctly and permanently stabilized.
This customer contacted Erickson Foundation Supportworks due to their sagging floors. They were looking for a solution to permanently stabilize their floor by replacing the failing posts within their crawlspace. Several SmartJacks were installed and the problem was solved.
This sunroom addition was installed on posts and concrete pillars in the ground. Overtime, the addition began to settle due to the unstable soils around the pillars. Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed EZ Posts beneath the sunroom to stabilize and slightly lift the addition back to level.
This homeowner had quite a few things that needed attention in their basement. They had support issues, bowing of walls, and water coming into the basement. They decided to call Erickson Foundation Supportworks. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home to inspect what they needed. They ended up needing to install SmartJacks, a sump pump, waterproofing, and needed to dig a trench to divert water away from the home. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team installed everything and were able to dig the trench.