Nate Erickson is experienced in all aspects of general contracting services, including new home construction, foundation repair, renovations & remodeling, and finish carpentry.
Over the course of 8 years, Nate successfully operated his own construction businesses in Oahu, Hawaii and Charleston, SC, until his desire to return to his New England roots and rejoin his family brought him back to New Hampshire in 2014. His combined 20+ years of construction experience are an incredible asset to the team.
The concrete apron leading to a raised garage floor was cracked at the mid point and sunk about 2-3in on one side. The slab is 8 feet long and 18 ft wide with a slope up of 1ft from the gravel drive to the wooden garage floor. The slab is cracked and sunken on the left half, which has been undermined by poor drainage from the adjoining barn.
This homeowner was experiencing the concrete blocks around their bulkhead start to shift drastically. The blocks started to be pushed inward and were starting to let water in. Design Specialist Nate Erickson came out to the home and observed the affected areas of the home and concluded that the bulkhead needed to be redone. Nick Carelli and his team came to the home and rebuilt the block stairs that led up to the bulkhead from the basement. The team also installed a brand new bulkhead door.
The floors in this home were sagging and settling more and more over time. The owners had been using temporary supports to minimize the damage, but eventually needed a more permanent solution. Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed several Smart Jack posts to address the issue. The homeowner then had a carpenter come in to help renovate the lower level of them where the ceiling and floor were affected.
These homeowners had a lovely pool area that was in need of a concrete resurfacing. After lifting and stabilizing the concrete in several spots throughout the area, the patio was then resurfaced. Looks like new!
Older home with a fieldstone foundation. The lally columns and brick posts were failing and settling over the years, and so the homeowner was looking for a permanent solution to fix the problem. Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed several SmartJacks throughout the basement area, which was all dirt floor. The homeowners old sumppump was also replaced and upgraded.
This homeowner in Epping, NH was concerned about a crack in the foundation which was visible on the interior and exterior of the concrete wall. No settlement or sinking action was detected, so the crack was permanently sealed to protect against water seeping in down the road.
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 homeowner in Laconia, New Hampshire had a back patio that was cracked wanted to repair it. Design Specialist Nate Erickson came to the home and proposed a crack seal and resurface on their back patio. Crew Leads Chris Hanulec and Nick Melo came to the home and sealed the cracks and resurfaced the concrete. Sealing the cracks and resurfacing the concrete is going to be cheaper and faster than chipping out all of the current concrete and replacing the slab.