This homeowner in Amherst, New Hampshire reached out to Erickson Foundation Supportworks to talk about options for Radon Systems. The homeowners met with Design Specialist Paul Magowan on installing a Radon Mitigation System. After a date was set Scott Crandall and his crew went to the home and installed the Radon System.
This homeowner in Amherst, New Hampshire, has been living in their home for 10 years. A radon test was done in the home and the results came back with levels between 4.5-9.5. Design Specialist Paul Magowan proposed to the homeowners to install a radon system. Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team installed a radon mitigation system into the home that permanently reduced the radon in the home.
This homeowner in Merrimack, New Hampshire had a radon test come back with levels at 9 pCi/l. They called Erickson Foundation Supportworks for someone to come to their home. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and inspected possible places to install the system. Paul would then design a radon system specifically for that home. After the design is made by Paul, he passed the design over to the Crew Lead Scott Crandall. Scott Crandall and his team would go to the house and install the custom radon mitigation system.
A homeowner in Hudson, NH bought a home radon kit to test radon in their home. They tested the radon for 7 days and the average over those days was 5.64 pCi/l and fluctuated between 3.56-6.43 pCi/l. The homeowner wanted to know if the result that they got back from the test is potentially dangerous. The homeowners have an office in the basement that they use very frequently. The homeowner decided to call Erickson Foundation Supportworks. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home to talk to the homeowner about their test results. Paul recommended to the homeowner that they would benefit from a radon mitigation system in their home. Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team installed the Radon Mitigation System into the home.
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.
A homeowner in Londonderry, NH had a crack in their foundation that needed to be sealed because of a leak. Paul Magowan looked at the affected area that was leaking and came up with a plan of repairing the leak. Scott Crandall repaired the leaking area by injecting polyurethane into the crack to seal the inside and then an epoxy coating is placed over the affected area for a permanent fix. The first picture shows the area with the crack and leak. The second picture shows Scott's work of using polyurethane and epoxy to permanently seal the leak.
This homeowner located in Londonderry, New Hampshire tested their home for radon. The reading they got from the test came back at 3.9 pCi/l. The homeowner wanted to lower this number as much as they can. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home to talk to the homeowners about their options. They settled on installing a radon mitigation system into the home to lower the radon levels. Scott Crandall and his team installed the radon mitigation system into the home and lowered the radon levels to a comfortable level.
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.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had a 20-year-old crack in their basement wall. They had the crack repaired around 20 years ago. Now the crack has started leaking again. The homeowner wanted a permanent fix so they called Erickson Foundation Supportworks. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and inspected the crack. Josh Provost was the Crew Lead on this project. He and his team were able to make a permanent fix to the crack in their basement.
This homeowner in Boscawen, New Hampshire had some unlevel and sagging floors in their home. Design Specialist Paul Magowan suggested using SmartJacks to permanently solve their unlevel and sagging floors. Crew lead Josh Provost and his team installed the SmartJacks and successfully stabilized the floor joists and beams supporting the first floor of the home.
This homeowners had concerns with sagging floors throughout the home. SmartJacks were installed within the crawlspace area of the basement to permanently stabilize and slightly lift the sagging floors in this section.
This homeowner in Fremont, NH had an issue where they wanted to improve their air quality in their home. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and proposed that they install a Radon Mitigation System. Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team came to the home and installed the Radon Mitigation System.
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 homeowner in Center Barnstead, New Hampshire needed to have their supports looked at in their crawlspace. They had issues with their floors sagging so they were interested in calling Erickson Foundation Supportworks to see what they could do.
Design specialist Paul Magowan confirmed the supports would need to be replaced, so he recommended they use SmartJacks in their crawlspace. Josh Provost was the Crew Lead on this project. He and his team installed the SmartJacks by digging out a hole under where each support would go and installed each over reinforced, engineered fill. The engineered fill is designed to spread the amount of weight the SmartJack is holding. The solution eliminated the sagging in the floor.
This homeowner in Dover, New Hampshire has a fully finished basement and was concerned about the radon levels in the basement. They want to have clean air in the basement so they don't have to worry about the air they breathe down there. When a radon test was taken, their levels came back as 10-11 pCi/l. These levels are considered above normal and should be brought down to below 4 pCi/l.
The homeowner's called Erickson Foundation Supportworks to see about installing a Radon Mitigation System. Paul Magowan is a Design Specialist at Erickson Foundation Supportworks; he was able to come out to the homeowner's home and look at the options of installing a Radon System. Paul designed a system for their home and then passed his design to the Crew Lead for this project, Scott Crandall. Scott and his team were able to successfully install the Radon System into the homeowner's home. By doing so they reduced the radon levels to below 4pCi/l.
Overall the homeowners were happy with their radon system installation.
The picture shows what the exterior of the house looked like before and after the radon system was installed.
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.
Radon Mitigation System in Thornton, NH. This homeowner got a test done for radon and the levels were high so he chose to get a Radon Mitigation System installed by Erickson Foundation Supportworks. The before picture shows the outside of the home before the system was installed. The after picture shows the system fully installed by Scott Crandall and the team. Now the homeowner's radon levels are below 4pCi/l.