Nick has been a great addition to Erickson Foundation Supportworks and a solid member of our production team. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his daughter and snowmobiling in various spots around New Hampshire.
This homeowner chose Erickson Foundation Supportworks to install a radon mitigation system. The installation process involved sealing some cracks within the foundation walls. Some of the cracks had been sealed previously, however were not done properly. This before and after highlights what we did to reseal a crack that was done incorrectly in the past by another company.
Crack monitors placed over the cracks also assist the homeowner determine if their walls shift or settle over time.
This homeowner had concerns with high radon levels and a high water table. Our team installed a radon mitigation system, as well as a sump pump with battery backup.
This home in Chelmsford, MA had high a PCI/L level and needed a Radon Mitigation sytem installed. In the before photo you can see the home before the vent pipe and mitigation system were installed. The after photo shows the home after the vent pipe was installed.
This home in Lowell, MA was continuously getting a wet basement. Water was leaking in through the basement walls. Although there was a sump pump in place, the system wasn't properly catching all the water, nor was it homeowner friendly. An exposed pit with a pump is not an efficient system. Erickson Foundation Supportworks upgraded sump pump system, combined with a battery backup, is the complete, reliable system this homeowner deserved.
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.
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 Rochester, NH wished to install a raodn mitigation system. A portion of the basement floor was exposed crushed stone. In order for the system to operate effectively, this section needed to be permanently sealed. Cleanspace encapsulation was installed along with the radon mitigation system.