This homeowner in Hollis, New Hampshire was in need of a radon mitigation system after levels tested high in his home. An efficient system was designed and installation took half a day.
This homeowner in Merrimack, NH had a crack in their foundation that was allowing water to enter the basement. Design Specialist David Cormier proposed that the homeowners seal the cracks in their basement to prevent more water from coming into the basement. Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team were able to seal the crack and will prevent further leaks in the future.
This homeowner in Goffstown, New Hampshire had high radon levels in their home. They tested their home and the results came back with a pCi/l of 11. The homeowners decided to call Erickson to have someone come look at the home. Design Specialist David Cormier designed a custom radon system for this home. The Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team installed the Radon System into the home.
This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire has been living in their home since it was built in 1992. They recently started noticing an air quality change in their basement and decided to administer a radon test. The radon results came back high. Design Specialist David Cormier came to the home and proposed to install a radon mitigation system. Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team installed a radon system into their home to permanently lower the radon levels.
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 detached barn in Dunbarton, New Hampshire was originally installed on several concrete columns. Over the years, the columns shifted or sunk, leading to the barn becoming unstable. EZ Post helical piers were installed to replace these failing concrete columns and permanently stabilize the barn.
These new homeowners needed to make some immediate upgrades to the supports in their basement. They're temporary supports were leading to sagging floors above, and so our Erickson team proposed and installed lally column replacements, per Manchester, NH building code.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had cracks in their foundation that were causing them to be concerned of a collapse. They decided it was time to repair the cracks. The homeowners met up with David Cormier from Erickson Foundation Supportworks and they decided to stabilize the foundation with GeoLocks. Crew Lead Josh Provost and his team dug out the middle of the garage to install the Geolocks to bring the foundation inward to stop the foundation from shifting. After the Geolocks were installed and tightened, the crew then sealed all the cracks to permanently secure the foundation.
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.
The original deck supports on this home in Sandown were sinking and shifting. The original concrete sono tubes they were installed on were unstable due to shifting soils. These failing supports were replaced with EZ Post helical piers. Installed at depths of 8', these new supports will not shift or sink.
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 reached out to us here at Erickson to replace their failing radon mitigation system.
This homeowner reached out to us here at Erickson to replace their failing radon mitigation system. They also had failing support posts beneath their deck, which were replaced with EZ Post helical piers.