John Prince grew up in Berlin, NH and currently lives in Nashua, NH with his wife and two daughters. John earned degrees in Aviation and Management from the Florida Institute of Technology and worked for 8 years in the financial management sector, earning himself four financial licenses along the way.
Looking for a change of pace, in 2013 John went into business for himself, owning a small building and remodeling company, as well as being a property manager. He joined Erickson Foundation Supportworks full-time in 2014 and has since become well experienced in all our foundation repair applications.
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Before and after look at a foundation wall crack. The crack was behind a finished wall in the home's basement, so drywall needed to be removed in order to access the crack. The foundation crack was sealed with a polyurethane injection, a foam material that quickly expands within the crack and effectively seals it all the way through. On the surface of the crack, an waterproof epoxy, NexusPro, is applied to further protect against seeping water.
Before and after view of a crack seal application in Winchester, Massachusetts. The crack was sealed with a polyurethane foam, which expands and reaches deep into the crack, ensuring it is thoroughly sealed. The surface of the crack is patched with an epoxy sealant called NexusPro. Quick and clean application, this homeowner no longer needs to worry about water seeping in through this crack.
There was also a crack monitor installed over the crack. Should the crack ever grow in size, this device helps monitor the action and track the movement. Such movement usually means the foundation is sinking and settling.
This homeowner had a large foundation wall crack in their basement. To effectively seal it, we first injected a polyurethane sealant, which expands as a foam inside the crack. The surface of the crack is then sealed with an epoxy. This two part system is guaranteed to stop any leaks and prevent any water damage. A crack monitor is also installed to help monitor any future foundation wall movement.