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Radon Mitigation System Andover, MA

Radon Mitigation System Andover, MA

Before After
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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. 

Homeowner Wants to Utilize the Basement, North Andover, MA

Homeowner Wants to Utilize the Basement, North Andover, MA

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This homeowner in North Andover, MA wanted to utilize his basement but has concerns about radon. The homeowner would like to use his gym equipment in the basement. The radon levels in the basement are exceeding 15 pCi/L. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Justin Wenners inspected the home. Justin designed a radon mitigation system that will work perfectly with their home. 

 

SmartJacks Installation, North Andover, MA

SmartJacks Installation, North Andover, MA

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This homeowner in North Andover, Massachusetts had settlement issues when he purchased the home in 1996. When they first moved in the homeowners installed wooden supports under their kitchen because that is where most of the settlement was occurring. Over 25 years later the same issue is happening in the same spot. The homeowners had just renovated their kitchen. They had just added a big island and some new tile floors. They knew that this was going to add more weight above those wooden supports. This time the homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and began installing the SmartJacks into the basement. 

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Services we offer in Essex County:

  • Radon Gas Testing.
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  • Wet/flooded basement waterproofing solutions.
  • Lifetime warranty on all perimeter waterproofing systems.
  • Foundation and structural repair solutions.
  • 25-year warranty against manufacturing defects on foundation products.
  • Crawl space sealing with CleanSpace vapor barrier.
  • 25-year warranty on crawl space encapsulation systems.
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Job Stories From Essex County, MA
Gloucester Canal Retaining Wall Repaired

The Blynam Canal Drawdridge had a retaining wall which was gradually having the soil underneath its footing washed away by the tides rising and falling. Upon excavating down to install a new foundation for a structure above, the DoT found huge voids underneath the wall, leaving the wall susceptible to sinking and allowing water to overflow. They needed a stronger base for their new structure, one that wouldn't be at risk of being washed away by the tide.

 

The DoT hired Erickson Foundation Supportworks to come in and fill the voids under the wall with PolyLEVEL. We first inserted pipes into cracks and crevices within the stones and wall, allowing us to spray in PolyLEVEL deep into the voids on the water side of the canal. On the retaining wall side, we sprayed in PolyLEVEL into the voids under the wall and between all the large stones on this side.

 

Although the water table could still rise up with the tide, it could no longer wash in and out with the waves or ebb of the water. Therefore, the water can no longer wash out the supporting soils, or PolyLEVEL, under the retaining wall. The wall is now fully supported and no longer at risk of sinking or failing.

Garage Sinking, Topsfield MA

Sandra C of Topsfield, MA inherited a home and was immediately faced with a major problem. She noticed her home had a large gap in the floor where her home and sunroom meet above her garage. She became very frightened that her home was going to "fall apart", so she gave Erickson Foundation Supportworks a call to check it out. She was very determined to have it fixed and decided to go ahead and have us check it out as soon as possible.

Shortly after giving us a call, an inspection date was set up. Upon inspection of the home, John Prince an Erickson Foundation Supportworks System Design Specialist immediately noticed that her garage and sunroom area was sinking down a hill. Her home lied on top of a hill where the soil was being washed down the hill, which resulted in her garage and sunroom area sinking with it. It was determined that push piers were needed to stabilize the home and put it back into place. John's designed a repair system that required 8 push piers to be installed in the garage portion of the home. His design also suggested 5 geo-lock systems that would assist with stabilizing the foundation wall. She jumped at the opportunity and wanted to be in the right away.

The well-designed system worked perfectly and we were able to raise the home 5 inches which resulted in the gap of her home becoming virtually unnoticeable. While we were at the job site, the owner wanted us to help support her deck on the back of her home, so we installed EZ Post helical piers.

Sandra C was extremely pleased by the results and told us she's finally able to not worry about her home falling apart.

 

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Leveling an Uneven Slab, Salisbury, MA

Richard F. reached out to Erickson Foundation Supportworks due to his concerns with a settling concrete slab on his property in Salisbury, Massachusetts. The slab in question was supporting 2 propane tanks and another larger fuel tank. Over time, soil beneath the slab was eroding, causing the slab to sink and become uneven. Since the slab was responsible for the stability of the fuel tanks, this was quite troubling for Richard. 

He was looking for a way to lift and level the slab, without having to disturb the tanks or fully replace the concrete slab.

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the slab and determined PolyLevel would be the perfect fix for Richard. By injecting PolyLevel in the voids beneath the concrete slab, the surface could be leveled and the slab itself would not have to be fully replaced. 

Lead Poly installer, Chris Hanulec, completed the project in half a day, and was successfully able to level and stabilize the slab for Richard. This provided some much needed peace of mind for the homeowner, and he can rest easy knowing the slab and fuel tanks are stable.

Radon Mitigation System and Crack Seal, Andover, MA

A new homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts has owned their house for 3 months when they noticed a vertical crack that was leaking in the basement. The homeowner inferred that the crack was caused by a downspout right above the crack. The homeowner called Erickson Foundation Supportworks for a Design Specialist to give them a quote. The Design Specialist found that in addition to the crack in the basement that there was also a radon test that showed the pCi/l was at 4.2. The recommended amount is under 4.0 pCi/l.

The Design Specialist, Brain Allen, was able to design a Radon system for this home. After the designing process, all the information is passed to a Crew Lead. The Crew Lead and his team went to the home and installed the Radon Mitigation System and sealed the crack in the foundation. The crack was sealed and the radon system was successfully installed. 

Pictured are the repaired crack in the foundation and the Radon Mitigation System.

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EZ Post Helical Pier Patio Room Installation, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusets wanted to install a 3-season patio room onto a second floor. They called BetterLiving Sunrooms of NH for them to come out to the home and talk about what they wanted to be built. BetterLiving came out to the home and measured everything they needed. When BetterLiving came back to start the project they decided to use helical piers instead of concrete piers to support the vertical beams. Helical piers are a great alternative to concrete piers. A great benefit of helical piers is that they take half the time to install compared to concrete piers. In this case, under the patio room was a gravel patio and the helical piers were the least invasive but most effective option. If the crew had used the concrete piers they would have had to dig up some of the homeowner's patio. After all the piers are set they can start building the sunroom. The room above was a 10' x 12' 3-season patio room. 

The homeowners were very happy with how their 3-season patio room turned out. They were especially happy that no damage was done to the patio underneath the patio room.

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Pool Deck is Sinking, Haverhill, MA

Bill F. of Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing his pool deck sinking around his pool cause dips and rises. The dips and rises have gotten so bad that they have created a tripping hazard around the pool. 

Design Specialist Michael Biedrzycki came to the house and inspected the area around the pool. He concluded that Bill's pool area would benefit from using PolyLevel. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his crew came to the home and injected PolyLevel underneath the concrete to raise and level the pool deck.

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PolyLevel and Resurfacing Pool Deck, North Andover, MA

Linda K. of North Andover, Massachusetts thought she needed to replace her entire pool deck because of cracks. But after talking with Design Specialist Brian Allen she realized that she didn't have to. Brian Allen came to the home and inspected the whole pool deck and recommended a solution that would save Linda thousands of dollars. 

The solution that Brian recommended to Linda was to lift and level the concrete with PolyLevel then resurface the entire deck to give a fresh new look. Crew Leads Jon Provost, Nick Melo and their team came to the home to lift, level, and resurface the concrete. The whole process took less than a day to complete from start to finish. 

Crack Seal, Beverly, MA

Dave O. in Beverly, Massachusetts needed some attention out by their pool. Design Specialist Brian Allen came to the home and inspected the pool area, he proposed that they use CrackSeal and PolyLevel. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team came to the home and lifted and leveled the pool deck. 

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Sinking Pool Deck, Andover, MA

This homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts was experiencing sinking around their pool.

Design Specialist John Prince came to the home and recommended that the homeowners have PolyLevel injected underneath the sunken pool deck slabs to lift and level them. The homeowner agreed with what John recommended and decided to proceed to the next steps.

The next step was to have Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team come out to the home and inject the PolyLevel under the slabs to lift them. After the crew was done the homeowners were very impressed with how non-invasive this project was. 

Pool Deck Resurface, Peabody, MA

This homeowner in Peabody, Massachusetts was looking to replace their pool deck but didn't want to commit to the time that it would take to rip it all up. Design Specialist Jason Love came to the home and proposed Resurface Pro. Resurfacing the existing concrete will take a fraction of the time and money than ripping up the existing pool deck. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his crew came to the home and resurfaced the whole pool deck. 

Leaking Basement Wall, Amesbury, MA

Harry T. in Amesbury, Massachusetts has been living in his home for the past 50 years. Since the year he moved in they have had a leak in the basement and a constant presence of water. In 2021, Harry decided it was time to find a permanent solution, as eventually the home will be sold and will need to be in tip top shape.

Design Specialist Royce Potts came to the home and inspected the basement and the outside foundation. Royce found a crack at the point where the wall meets the floor and water is seeping through. Royce proposed that Erickson install 75' of Fast Drain and 2 Super Sumps with battery backup to help to navigate the water out of the basement. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came to the home and installed the Fast Drain and 2 Super Sumps into the basement. Harry could tell right away that the combination of Fast Drain and Super Sump was going to work great for the basement. The water is now effectively diverted into the pumps and out of the basement. 

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Concrete Deck Leveling,

Homeowner Mike G. was concerned with one section of the patio surrounding his pool. There were a number of uneven concrete slabs, which were both unsightly and a trip hazard. He knew kids would be running around the pool, and also didn't want others to be hitting their toes on this bump. Mike was satisfied with his inspection process with design specialist Kenneth Calabrese, and decided to fix the issue with PolyLevel. 

PolyLevel was the ideal solution, as it was quick, clean, and cost effective. The install took less than one day, and no removal or demolition of concrete or soil was required. The uneven sections of concrete were lifted to near level and fully stabilized. Mike was very satisfied with the outcome.

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Concrete Slab Pulling Away from Cinderblock Wall, Lawrence, MA

Joseph H. of Lawrence, Massachusetts was experiencing his concrete slab in the garage start to pull away from the cinderblock wall. Joseph hates seeing this and wants it repaired badly. Joseph called EFS to see if we could help him with his garage and front walkway. EFS Design Specialist Michael Bradley came to the home and inspected the garage and the walkway to see what could be done to help. Michael proposed that we would use PolyLEVEL in the garage to bring the slab back up to level then we would use Nexus Pro by the front walkway.

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and injected PolyLEVEL to lift the corner of the garage slab 2". Then Nick and the crew used Nexus Pro on the walkway to make the property look good as new. 

Concrete Resurfacing, Saugus, MA

Daniel D. of Saugus, Massachusetts was looking to repair his pool deck. The pool deck has some cracks and blemishes in it that he wants to be repaired. Daniel called EFS to see if they could repair his pool deck. Design Specialist John Prince came to the home and inspected the pool deck to see what specifically Daniel would like to be done. After gathering up what Daniel wanted, John proposed that the crew seal the cracks in the concrete and then resurface the whole deck to give it a nice new look. 

Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team came to the home and did exactly what was proposed. Jon sealed all the cracks and then resurfaced the whole deck. 

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Radon Mitigation System, Saugus, MA

Adam D. of Sagus, Massachusetts had high radon levels (4-6 pCi/L) in his basement. He is now looking for a radon mitigation system. Adam called EFS to see if someone could come and give him a quote. Design Specialist Chris Greenwood came out and inspected the basement and gave Adam a quote for a radon mitigation system. 

Crew Lead Brendan Edwards and his team came to the home and installed the new radon mitigation system. Once the system was installed the radon levels started to decrease. 

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Wall Restoration, Lynn, MA

Bob L. of Lynn, Massachusetts was experiencing some holes in his fieldstone foundation. He had tried to put gloves in the holes and paint over them to try and fix it. He finally called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if they could solve his problem.

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood came to Bob's home and inspected the wall and came up with that Poly Wall Restoration would be the best means to repairing the wall. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to Bob's home and sprayed Poly Wall Restoration on the wall to seal all the holes and cracks.

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Crack in Garage Floor, Haverhill, MA

Vinny P. of Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing cracking in his garage that he wanted repair sooner rather than later. Vinny decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley came out to the home and inspected Vinny's garage and found that the cracks are being caused by some settlement of the garage foundation. Michael proposed that PolyLEVEL will be the best solution for Vinny. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and injected PolyLEVEL under the concrete garage floor to stabilize it. 

Radon Mitigation System, Ipswich, MA

Mia D. of Ipswich, Massachusetts knew that her basement had higher than normal radon levels and wanted a professional to inspect her basement. She called Erickson Foundation Solutions for someone to come out and inspect the basement and see if they could install a Radon Mitigation System. 

Design Specialist John Prince came to the home and inspected the basement and tested the radon levels of the basement with a CRM device. He left the test for 48 hours to obtain an accurate reading. The test results came back at just over 4 pCi/L which is above the recommended amount set by the EPA. John designed a custom Radon Mitigation System for Mia's home. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came out to Mia's home and installed the Radon Mitigation System in a single day.

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Radon Mitigation System, Boxford, MA

This homeowner in Boxford, Massachusetts was having a radon issue in their home. They had their house tested by an outside source and they told the homeowner that their radon levels were too high. The homeowner called Erickson and had Design Specialist Brian Allen come out and look at the home. Brian designed a radon mitigation system for the homeowners. The Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team successfully installed a new custom radon mitigation system for this home.

Radon Mitigation System, Boxford, MA

This homeowner in Boxford, Massachusetts had recently moved into a new home. This home was a new construction that had very high radon levels. The house came installed with a pipe already in the foundation. The homeowner called Erickson and a Design Specialist Michael Bierdrzycki came to design a radon system. The Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team successfully installed a custom Radon system in the home.

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Lift and Level of Front Walkway, Boxford, MA

Melanie C. of Boxford, MA was experiencing some sinking and cracking in her front walkway as well as her pool deck. She called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if someone could come out and look at the walkway and her pool deck for repair. 

Design Specialist Royce Potts came to the home and inspected the walkway and pool deck. After inspecting the concrete surfaces, Royce proposed that Melanie's concrete surfaces should be lifted and leveled. The product the team will use to lift and level the concrete will be PolyLevel. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and lifted and leveled the front walkway and the pool deck by injecting PolyLevel under the sinking slabs. PolyLevel will fill any voids under the slabs and then will expand and lift the slab. Using PolyLevel the team can lift each slab as much or as little as they please. 

After the team leveled all of the slabs they sealed all of the cracks too. 

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Corner Sinking in Two-Car Garage, Haverhill, MA

Vinny P. of Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing a large crack in the floor of his two-car garage. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if someone could come out and repair it. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley came to Vinny's home and inspected the crack in the garage. After inspecting the garage, Michael found that the crack was caused by the corner of the garage starting to settle. Michael proposed PolyLevel to Vinny to counteract the settling in the corner of the garage. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and injected PolyLevel under the settling corner of the garage. When the PolyLevel started to lift the settled slab, Nick slowly lifted it back to level.

Cracking Control Joints on Pool Deck, North Andover, MA

Ryan M. of North Andover, Massachusetts was experiencing cracking control joints on the deck around his pool. Ryan called Erickson Foundation Solutions about repairing their control joints. 

Design Specialist John Merna came to the home and inspected the control joints around the pool. John recommended that EFS use Sealant Pro to repair the control joints.

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came to Ryan's home and installed the Sealant Pro into the control joints. 

Tripping Hazard Around Pool, Peabody, MA

David S. of Peabody, Massachusetts was experiencing a tripping hazard around his pool and wanted it repaired before it got any worse. He decided to call Erickson Foundation Solution to see if someone could come out to look at his pool deck. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez came to the home to inspect the pool deck. After inspecting the pool deck he proposed that using PolyLevel would be able to eliminate the tripping hazard. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and injected PolyLevel into the pool deck. Nick was able to lift and level the slabs around the pool deck to the same height so there wasn't a tripping hazard anymore. 

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Waterproofing, Merrimac, MA

Homeowner Ryan M. was in need of some waterproofing in the basement of the home he purchased in 2020. The home itself was originally built in the late 1800's, and the foundation was a mix of stone, brick, and mortar. In the yard close to the home were several large trees, and once the tree's were removed, water bagen leaking into the basement walls, in a section about 15 feet wide. It could have been the tree's were keeping the water away from the home by using it up themselves. Now with the tree's gone, the water was flowing directly into the homes foundation. 

Ryan was hoping to convert the basement area into a more usable space, perhaps even finish parts of it in the future, and so he knew he needed to find a solution to the water leak before the conditions got worse.  He reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions to design an effective system and prevent the water from doing damage in his basement.

Design specialist John Prince proposed several solutions for what he found in Ryan's basement. The wall with the water leak was bowing in due to the pressure of the saturated soils on the exterior, and so would require stabilization. John also determined the best location for a Fast Drain and sump pump system, which would collect any water penetrating the wall and pump it out. Lastly, to help the stone and brick wall keep it's integrity, John proposed spraying it with a polymer foam, which would keep it bound together. This polymer foam was then also covered with wall vapor barrior system to help with controlling the humidity in the basement. 

Crew lead Scott Crandall and his team were able to successfully install all the proposed items. The first step was to secure the PowerBraces to the bowing wall, which completely stabilized it against the soils on the outside. The wall was then sprayed with the polymer foam. Once the Fast Drain and sump pump system was installed along the perimeter at the base of the wall, the Cleanspace vapor barrior was then installed from floor to ceiling along the same section. 

With the foundation wall stabilized and fully waterproofed, Ryan was able to continue to utilize his basement and plan for future remodeling ideas in the space.

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Fast Drain and Sump Pump, Saugus, MA

Darlene B. of Saugus, Massachusetts has had this home in the family for over 100 years. She is willing to do whatever it takes to keep that home standing in good condition. She found that whenever it rained she would find the water is seeping through the back wall. She decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about finding a solution to her problem. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez came to the home and inspected her basement to find what was allowing the water inside the basement. With Darlene's home being a granite foundation, water can tend to seep through into the basement. Isaac recommended that EFS install a fast drain system into the basement along with a new sump pump with a battery backup. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came to the home and installed the fast drain and the sump pump with battery backup. 

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Basement Repair, Lawrence, MA

Robert C. of Lawrence, Massachusetts was experiencing a multitude of things going on in his basement. He was experiencing a pest problem, a sagging floor issue, and a foundation issue. Robert decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about solving some of these issues. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley came to the home to address the sagging floor issue and the foundation issue. He inspected the basement and proposed that the basement would need new bulkhead stairs, an auxiliary wall, and Smart Jacks to stop the floors from sagging. Robert decided to only go further with repairing the bulkhead stairs and the auxiliary wall. 

Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team came to the home and installed the new bulkhead stairs and an auxiliary wall in the basement. 

Cracked Garage Floor, Byfield, MA

Ellen E. of Byfield, Massachusetts has been living in her home for the past 5 years. Since she bought her home, there have been cracks in her garage. She wanted to make sure that the cracks didn't get any worse. Ellen decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions to see about finding a solution.

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood came to the home and inspected the garage. To stop the garage from cracking more, he proposed using PolyLevel to fill any void under the garage floor and then seal the cracks in the garage with a crack seal. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his crew came to the home and injected PolyLevel under the garage floor. After they injected the PolyLevel, Nick started sealing all of the cracks with a crack seal.

New Construction Radon System, Lynnfield, MA

Homeowner Lewis was moving into a new construction home with his family. During the build, the contractor did install PVC pipe extending from the basement area through the interior of the home, and up through the roof in the attic. However, the radon levels were never tested, and the fan and vent of the radon mitigation system were never completed. 

Once the home was completed and air tight, Lewis tested for radon levels and found they were indeed above the recommended 4.0 pCi/l set by the EPA. He wanted to ensure a safe environement for his wife and kids and so decided to install the radon fan in order to make the mitigation system operational.

Our Erickson production team completed the connection of the PVC pipe in the basement to extend and be sealed beneath the concrete slab. Up in the attic, the fan was also inserted and provided with a power source. Once this was completed the radon mitigation system was complete, and Lewis and his family had peace of mind that the radon on their property was being properly mitigated.

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Concrete Step and Pool Deck Repair, Lynnfield, MA

Homeowner Anthony D. had been living in his home for 15+ years. Overtime, he noticed some sections of his concrete pool patio were cracking and shifting. The front concrete steps that led up to the main door were also uneven and sinking in some areas, causing trip hazards. He planned on selling the home in 5 or so years, but in the meantime wished to have a safe home with no concerns of visitors tripping or slipping on uneven concrete surfaces. 

After meeting with Erickson's design specialist, Michael, Anthony was impressed with the solution of PolyLevel foam injection. It was quick, clean, and efficient. 

Crew foreman Chris Hanulec was able to lift and level the concrete steps for Anthony in a single day. The installation process had minimal disruption to the landscaping on the property, and the steps could be walked on that same day. Chris was also able to fill a void that formed beneath a section of the concrete patio around the pool. With the concrete stabilized and the cracks sealed, Anthony had peace of mind that the concrete around his home was in much better condition and safe to walk on for his family and guests.

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3-Season Sunroom Needs Supports Replaced, North Andover, MA

Michael T. of North Andover, Massachusetts found that his 3-season sunroom was sinking. He wanted to fix this issue as soon as possible, so he called Erickson Foundation Solutions.

Design Specialist John Merna came to the home and inspected the sunroom and the surrounding deck. After his full inspection, John showed Michael why his sunroom was sinking. There are lally columns that are rusting and deteriorating underground, this is causing the sunroom to sink. John proposed that our crew dig out the old lally columns and replace them with a concrete pier. Then, install SmartJacks on top of the concrete pier to add support. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his crew came to the home and dug out the old lally columns. Then, they poured the new concrete piers to then let dry before attaching the SmartJacks to them.

Crawlspace Stabilization, Merrimac, MA

Jennifer N. of Merrimac, MA was wanting to expand her home by adding a second floor to the house. The house was right on a lake, and had a crawlspace that ranged in height from 14 inches to 30 inches. As she was wanting to build up on her home, the existing support posts and columns within the crawlspace were going to need to be replaced and/or reinforced in order to hold all that additional weight. 

Michael Bradley, a design specialist with Erickson Foundation Solutions, proposed several upgrades and solutions for Jennifer.  Within the crawlspace and beneath the house structure, the plan involved replacing failings support posts with 9 SmartJacks. The SmartJack posts are reinforced steel columns installed over stable footings of engineered fill or concrete footings. These new supports would stabilize the current floor system and provide enough support for the expected added weight of the addition.

Additionally, along the perimeter on one side of the structure, the support posts were replaced with helical piers. Helical piers are ideal for lake front properties, as very little, or no soil, is displaced, which means there is little disruption to the waterfront property or the environment. These piers would also be integral to supporting the second floor addition. 

Lastly, one section of the crawlspace was full of plumbing and electrical lines, and the dirt floor made the space difficult to access. This section would receive a Cleanspace encapsulation, which would make it much easier for contractors and the homeowner to access for future repairs as needed.

Once the job was completed, Jennifer was able to continue with her plans of adding a second floor to her lake front home, with peace of mind that the structure was stable and secure.

 

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Garage Fire Slab Repour, Medford, MA

Pedro P. of Medford, Massachusetts had experienced a very unexpected event. His garage burned down to the ground in May, and he would like to rip up the old garage slab and pour a new one. He decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood arrived at the home and inspected the area where Pedro's garage stood before the fire. Pedro had a conversation with Chris about his future plans. Pedro wanted to pour a new slab to put either a new garage or a new shed. 

Crew Lead Cody Gosselin and Installation Specialist Steven Maggio and Chris Tremblay came to the home and ripped out the old concrete and poured a new slab for Pedro. 

Uneven Pool Deck, Danvers, MA

Philip V. of Danvers, MA has grandchildren that come around and swim in their pool. Over the past 5-10 years the homeowner has noticed the concrete deck around the pool has been sinking. Each year has been getting worse and worse. The homeowner is worried that their grandkids might trip and hurt themselves. The homeowner decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese came to the home and inspected the concrete deck. Kenny confirmed what the homeowner had been seeing over the past 5-10 years. Kenny proposed that EFS use PolyLevel to lift the parts of the pool deck that have sunk over the years. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and Installation Specialist Tyler Oslizlo arrived at the home and began injecting PolyLevel into the pool deck. The crew was able to lift the outside of the pool deck about 1" to eliminate the tripping hazard. Philip is relieved to have a safe pool area for the grandkids.

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Radon Mitigation System, Newbury, MA

Phil R. of Newbury, Massachusetts recently had moved into his new home. His old home had a radon mitigation system and he understood the health risks of not having one. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions about installing a radon mitigation system in his new home. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood came out for a free inspection. Chris inspected the basement to see where a new system could be installed. He found the perfect spot and designed a system for the home. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards, and Installation Specialist Kyle DeChane, arrived at the home and followed the design that Chris made to install the radon mitigation system. 

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Home Stabilization for Renovation, Lynn, MA

Mary P. of Lynn, Massachusetts planned on adding a 2-floor addition to her home. Mary had a contractor come out to the home to inspect the structure of the home. The contractor found that the foundation of the home wasn't strong enough to support the 2-story addition. Mary decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection.

Design Specialist John Prince arrived at the home to inspect the foundation. He found that the left side of the home is the weakest. On the left side of the home, Mary has a porch and a chimney. John recommended that on the left side of the home they install helical piers to strengthen and lift the home. John also recommended installing SmartJacks in the basement to support the inside of the home. 

Crew Lead Cody Gosselin and his team arrived at the home and installed the 12 Helical Piers and 5 SmartJacks. 

Radon Mitigation System, Andover, MA

This homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts was experiencing higher than normal radon levels in their home. The homeowners decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez arrived at the home and inspected the basement. After the completion of the inspection, Isaac recommended that the homeowners would benefit from installing a radon mitigation system into their basement to bring down the level of radon. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his crew came to the home and installed a new radon mitigation system into the basement. 

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SmartJacks Installation, Methuen, MA

Donna L. of Methuen, Massachusetts was experiencing her floors being unlevel. Donna has been living in her home for 27 years and one night when rolling the ball around with their dog, she noticed the ball seemed to be rolling to one side of the home. She decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese arrived at the home and inspected the basement. He confirmed that the floors are bowing. Kenny recommended that Donna have EFS install SmartJacks into her basement to support the sagging floors. 

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team arrived at Donna's home and began installing 7 SmartJacks into the basement. 4 of the 7 SmartJacks will be installed with a Supplemental beam to aid in leveling the floor above. The other 3 will be installed under the house's main support beam. 

Radon Concerns for New Family, Rowley, MA

Katherine S. of Rowley, Massachusetts has been living in her parent's basement with her significant other and 11-month-old baby. She has had some concerns about the air quality and radon levels in the basement and wanted it to be tested. She had the basement and the results came back at 6 pCi/L. She called Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection.

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood arrived at the home and inspected the basement. After the inspection, Chris designed a radon system to specifically fit their basement. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system into the basement. As soon as the radon system was installed and turned on the radon levels almost immediately reduce to a healthier level for Katherine and her family. 

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Radon Mitigation System, Rockport, MA

This homeowner in Rockport, MA was experiencing a higher than normal level of radon in his basement. The radon level in their basement is between 6.1-6.7 pCi/L. They called EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Brian Swindell arrived at the home and designed a radon mitigation system for the home. The home is a single-family home with an unfinished basement, no sump pump. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed the new radon mitigation system into the basement. 

 

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Unwanted Moisture in Basement, Georgetown, MA

This homeowner in Georgetown, Massachusetts was experiencing moisture in their basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Design Specialist Chris Greenwood arrived at the home and inspected the basement and found that it was musty. Chris recommended installing a Sani Dry, a sump pump with battery backup, and a Freeze Guard. Crew Lead Brandon Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed the sump pump with battery backup, then installed the Freeze Guard, and finally connected the Sani Dry to the sump pump.

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CleanSpace and Radon Mitigation System Installation, Gloucester, MA

This homeowner in Gloucester, Massachusetts was experiencing high radon levels in their home. The homeowner would like to reduce these as much as possible. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist John Merna arrived at the home and inspected the basement. John recommended that the homeowners have EFS install a radon mitigation system as well as a Clean Space Encapsulation.

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system and the Clean Space Encapsulation into the basement. 

Sinking Cement Slab, Salisbury, MA

This homeowner in Salisbury, Massachusetts was experiencing the slab that supports an oil tank and two propane tanks began to sink. The homeowners have lived in this home for the past 40 years and only have just started to notice the sinking of the slab. They are concerned that if the slab is left the way it is the oil tank could tip over. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa arrived at the home and inspected the slab to see what could be done. Michael recommended that homeowners have PolyLevel injected underneath the slab to lift and level it. 

Crew Lead Chris Hanulec and his team arrived at the home and injected PolyLevel under the slab to lift and level the slab with the oil tank and two propane tanks. 

Radon Mitigation System, Topsfield, MA

This homeowner in Topsfield, Massachusetts, was looking for a quote on a radon mitigation system for their home. Their home radon test kit showed the levels in their home at 9 pCi/L. Design Specialist Jason Love came to the home. He quoted and sketched a plan to install the radon system.  Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came out to the home and installed the Radon Mitigation System. 

Radon Mitigation System, Topsfield, MA

This homeowner was in the market for a radon mitigation system. The radon levels in the home were 9.67 pCi/L in the basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Merna arrived at the home and proposed a radon system for the home. 

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system. 

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Late 1800's Home Needs New Support Posts, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing some inadequate supports in their basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez arrived at the home and inspected the supports in the basement. Isaac confirmed that the wooden supports in the basement aren't going to be sufficient in the long run. Isaac recommended installing SmartJacks.

Crew Lead Edward Nadreau and his team came to the home and installed SmartJacks.

Sump Pump Installation, Lynnfield, MA

This homeowner in Lynnfield, Massachusetts was experiencing water in their basement. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Richard Miles arrived at the home and inspected the basement. Richard recommended installing a sump pump into the basement. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and then installed a sump pump into the basement.

Concrete Slab Pour, Beverly, MA

This homeowner in Beverly, Massachusetts had the garage rebuilt and the contractor didn't do a good job. In the middle of the garage floor was a big hump. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley arrived at the home and inspected the garage. Michael recommended that EFS demo the existing garage floor and have us pour a new garage floor.

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and demolished the old garage floor and then they poured a new floor. 

Cracks in Ceiling Progressively Getting Worse, Saugus, MA

This homeowner in Saugus Massachusetts was experiencing cracking in their Ceilings on the main floor and on the upstairs floor. For about a year the homeowners watched the cracks get bigger and bigger. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese arrived at the home and inspected the home. He found that the cause of the cracks in the ceiling was caused by inadequate supports in the basement. Kenny recommended replacing the supports with SmartJacks. 

Crew Lead Edward Nadreau and his crew arrived at the home and installed 6 SmartJacks into the basement. 

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Worn Concrete Blocks Need to be Replaced, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing wearing on the concrete foundation blocks. He decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese arrive at the home and inspected the basement. Kenny recommended having the worn concrete foundation blocks replaced and then having PowerBraces installed to prevent the wall from leaning inward. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and began removing the drywall of the partially finished basement. After the drywall is removed the team installs the PowerBrace to ensure the wall is well supported. Then after those are installed, the team replaces the worn concrete blocks with new concrete blocks. 

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Corner of Home is Sinking, Middleton, MA

This homeowner in Middleton, Massachusetts has been living in his home for 40 years and has noticed a crack in the corner of his basement getting larger over time. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese arrived at the home and inspected the basement. Kenny recommended installing 4 Push Piers near the corner of his home that is cracked. The cracked corner of his home is caused by the house sinking. 

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team arrived at the home and installed 4 Push Piers on the corner of the home.

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SmartJacks and Poly Wall Restoration, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, MA had a home inspector come in when they purchased the home and the inspector strongly recommended replacing the temporary post. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood arrived at the home and inspected the basement. After inspecting the basement Chris noticed there was plastic on all the walls. Chris recommended installing SmartJacks and then installing Poly Wall Restoration to cover the walls instead of the plastic. 

Crew Leads Branden Edward and Nick Melo arrived with their teams. Branden and his team arrived to install the SmartJacks to replace the old temp post. Nick and his team arrived to restore the wall using a poly spray. 

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Sinking Attached Sunroom, Methuen, MA

This homeowner in Methuen Massachusetts was experiencing their attached sunroom begin to show difficulty with closing window. The windows became hard to shut and lock and the homeowner was concerned something was wrong. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Prince arrived at the home and inspected the attached sunroom. He found that the windows were hard to shut because the sunroom was starting to slide down the hill it was resting on. John recommended replacing the support post of the sunroom with Helical Piers.

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team arrived at the home and installed the helical piers to the sunroom.

New Home New Radon System, Topsfield, MA

This homeowner in Topsfield, Massachusetts had recently purchased their home. They are previous customers of EFS and would like to have a radon mitigation system installed in their new home. They would also like their old sump pump looked at. They called EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Justin Wenners arrived at the home and inspected the basement. Justin found that the old sump pump might need some updating. Justin recommended replacing the sump pump and installing a new radon mitigation system. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed the new sump pump and a new radon mitigation system.

Convert Basement to Livable Space, Newburyport, MA

This homeowner in Lowell, Massachusetts was interested in converting his basement into a livable space. He decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood fully inspected the basement while answering any question from the homeowner. Chris and the homeowner discussed what the goals of the project are going to be. The homeowner told Chris the goals of the project are to gain more headroom, replace old supports, keep the basement warm and dry, and improved the quality of air in the basement. Chris gathered all of the homeowner's goals and created a plan that would address every one of them. 

Chris' plan included digging down two feet to increase headroom in the basement, replacing old supports with SmartJacks, spraying the walls with PolyLevel Wall Restoration to keep the basement warm and dry, and installing a radon mitigation system to increase the quality of air in the basement.  

Water in Basement and Old Wooden Supports, Lynn, MA

This homeowner in Lynn, Massachusetts was experiencing water entering the basement and beams sagging. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the basement and found where the water was coming into the basement and confirmed that the old wooden supports weren't supporting the main support beam anymore. Stephen recommended installing Water Guard, a Super Sump, a Sani Dry, and SmartJacks into the basement.

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his crew arrived at the home and installed the Water Guard, a Super Sump, a Sani Dry, and SmartJacks into the basement.

CleanSpace Installation in Basement, Rockport, MA

This homeowner in Rockport, Massachusetts wanted to solve a humidity issue in their basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the basement. Michael recommended installing CleanSpace into the basement paired with a Sani Dry. The CleanSpace will keep moisture from getting into the basement and the Sani Dry will eliminate moisture inside the basement.

Crew Lead Gilberto Cortijo and his crew arrived at the home and installed CleanSpace in the basement.

Homeowner Wants to Utilize the Basement, North Andover, MA

This homeowner in North Andover, MA wanted to utilize his basement but has concerns about radon. The homeowner would like to use his gym equipment in the basement. The radon levels in the basement are exceeding 15 pCi/L. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Justin Wenners inspected the home. Justin designed a radon mitigation system that will work perfectly with their home. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon system into the basement. The homeowner was finally able to use the basement as a workout area and not worry about the air quality in the basement. 

Water Entering Crawlspace, Newburyport, MA

This homeowner in Newburyport, Massachusetts was experiencing some water entering their crawlspace. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the crawlspace. Michael checked the walls, ground, and rafter for avenues where water can enter the crawlspace. His findings were that the water was coming from below. Micheal recommended installing CleanSpace, Drainage Matting, and 2 SmartDrains into the crawlspace. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team arrived at the home and installed the Drainage Matting and the Cleanspace into the crawlspace to seal it off from the moisture. 2 SmartDrains are installed as well to remove the water that builds up underneath the CleanSpace. 

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Radon Mitigation System, Andover, MA

This homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts was concerned about the radon levels and indoor air quality of the home. The homeowner also wanted to address the mold and mildew in the basement. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Brian Swindell inspected the home for mold, mildew, and cracks in the foundation. After the inspection, Brian recommended installing a radon system and installing a Sani Dry to help keep the basement dry to prevent mold and mildew. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system and the Sani Dry.

High Radon Levels Causing Concerns, Newburyport, MA

This homeowner in Newburyport, Massachusetts had some radon concerns. The homeowner decided to have a radon test done in their home. When the homeowners received the results from their radon test, they were shocked by the results. The radon test that they had purchased, came back with a radon reading of 52.9 pCi/L. After they saw the results, they decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Brian Swindell stopped by the home before the scheduled appointment. Brian dropped off a radon test to double-check the rating they previously had. Brian came back a couple of days later and checked the results of the radon test and then conducted his inspection of the home. The results of the test the EFS came back at 5.9 pCi/L. Brian recommended installing radon mitigation into the basement.

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system. 

Radon Mitigation System, Georgetown, MA

This homeowner in Georgetown, Massachusetts had been living in their home for the past 23 years, and in the past 7-8 months they began worrying about radon in their home. They wanted to learn more about radon and the health risks, so they decided to call EFS for a free inspection and some information about radon. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley spent some time with the homeowners talking about radon. Michael answered the questions that the homeowners asked. After the long discussion about radon, Michael recommended to the homeowner to have a radon mitigation system installed in their home. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed a radon mitigation system. 

SmartJacks Installation, North Andover, MA

This homeowner in North Andover, Massachusetts had settlement issues when he purchased the home in 1996. When they first moved in the homeowners installed wooden supports under their kitchen because that is where most of the settlement was occurring. Over 25 years later the same issue is happening in the same spot. The homeowners had just renovated their kitchen. They had just added a big island and some new tile floors. They knew that this was going to add more weight above those wooden supports. This time the homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the wooden supports that the homeowner had installed 25 years ago. Chris noticed that more than one of the wooden supports are bowing. Chris recommended installing SmartJacks where the wooden supports are.

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and began installing the SmartJacks into the basement. 

Water Entering Basement, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts had recently purchased her home. Soon after purchasing their home, they noticed water in the basement. The homeowners planned on using the basement as storage so they wanted to fix this problem as fast as possible. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Prince inspected the home and found a couple of areas that were allowing water into the basement. John recommended installing a Super Sump and Freeze Guard. 

Crew Lead Gilberto Cortijo and his team arrived at the home and installed the Super Sump and the Freeze Guard into the basement. 

High Radon Levels, Groveland, MA

This homeowner in Groveland, Massachusetts tested his home last year for radon. The test results came back at 9.1 pCi/L. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez inspected the home. Isaac noticed a lot of cracking on the basement floor. Isaac recommended installing a radon mitigation system and sealing all of the cracks in the basement floor to prevent radon from seeping through the cracks.

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system and sealed 85 feet of cracks in the basement. 

Radon Concerns in Finished Basement, Middleton, MA

This homeowner in Middleton, Massachusetts was concerned with the radon levels in the basement of their recently purchased home. The radon levels in their home are around 10 pCi/L, which is high. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the finished basement. Michael designed a radon mitigation system to fit in the home. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system into the basement. 

Water Ruining Finished Part of Basement, Methuen, MA

This homeowner in Methuen, Massachusetts had an issue where water was collecting in the basement. The water was ruining the finished section of the basement. The basement had a sump pump but the sump had randomly stopped working. The homeowners are looking for a permanent repair option. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Tom Armano inspected the basement. Tom found some cracks in the foundation where the water was coming in. Tom recommended installing a new sump pump with a Water Guard along the entire perimeter of the basement and an Ice Guard into the basement. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and installed the Super Sump, Water Guard, and Ice Guard into the basement. 

House Flip Needs Water Proofing, Methuen, MA

A homeowner in Methuen, Massachusetts who is flipping a home that they bought 3 years ago, have water entering the basement from the soil being oversaturated because of a wetland behind the home. The homeowner wants to find a permanent solution because with water constantly coming into the basement the home is currently unsellable. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Tom Armano inspected the home. Tom noticed that the water was only entering the basement from the side of the basement that faces the wetland. Tom recommended installing a Water Guard, a Super Sump, and an Ice Guard. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and installed a Super Sump, an Ice Guard, and 52' of Water Guard to the wall closest to the wetland into the home. 

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SmartJacks With Concentric Piers, Peabody, MA

This homeowner in Peabody, Massachusetts had been experiencing sinking in the middle of his home. The main floors in his home are slanting toward the middle of the home. The homeowner would like to find a way to lift and stabilize the floors. The homeowner had a friend that does engineering that design a fix. The fix included support that is set in the ground around 2' and has a pier connected to it. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection and their thoughts on this type of solution. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez inspected the home. Isaac looked at the plan that the homeowners' friend had provided. Isaac found out that the pier was going to be connected to the support because the homeowner wanted to eventually drop the basement floor by 2' and wanted to make sure he didn't have to redo the supports again. Isaac recommended installing SmartJacks with concentric piers attached to the bottom. 

Crew Lead Chris Tremblay and his team arrived at the home and installed 6 SmartJacks with Concentric Push Piers.

Warehouse Floor has Settled, Needs to be Lifted, Lawrence, MA

This commercial property in Lawrence, Massachusetts was experiencing some settlement on the warehouse floor. The owner would like to have the settled part of the warehouse floor lifted back to level. They decided to call EFS for an inspection. 

Design Specialist John Prince inspected the area where the settlement is occurring. After a careful assessment of the warehouse floor, John recommended PolyLevel to level the settled area. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team arrived at the warehouse and injected PolyLevel under the slab and leveled the warehouse floor. 

High Radon Levels, Merrimac, MA

This homeowner in Merrimac, Massachusetts was experiencing some cracks in the slab in the basement. They would like the cracks to be looked at have a conversation about radon mitigation. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection for homeowners. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez came by the home a couple of days before his appointment to drop off a radon monitoring device. On the day of his appointment, the radon monitoring device will have collected enough data to display the radon levels in the home over the past 24-48 hours. In this case, the radon levels in this home are around 50 pCi/L, which is very high. After seeing the results as high as they were, Isaac recommended installing a radon mitigation system along with sealing the cracks in the basement. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system and sealed the cracks on the slab. 

Radon Mitigation System, Gloucester, MA

This homeowner in Gloucester, Massachusetts was experiencing higher than normal radon levels in her home. She had a radon test done in her home recently and the results were around 21.5 pCi/L. She would like to explore the options of installing a radon mitigation system in her home. She decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Prince inspected the home for cracks and potential areas where radon can seep through the floor. John found a couple of cracks in the basement slab. John recommended installing a radon mitigation system and sealing the cracks on the slab in the basement. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system and sealed the cracks in the slab.

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Air Quality Concerns in Basement, West Newbury, MA

This homeowner in West Newbury has children that play in the basement frequently. Recently the homeowners became worried about radon and the effects radon can have. The homeowner was thinking of finishing the basement in the next year or two so they thought a radon system would be a good thing to look into. They decided to get a radon test done in their home. The results of the test came back around 4.2 pCi/L. They decided to call EFS for some more information. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home for cracks and avenues for radon to seep into the home. He didn't find any cracks in the basement which is a good sign. He recommended installing a radon mitigation system into the basement of the home. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system into the home. 

High Water Table Causing Water to Enter Basement, Newburyport, MA

This homeowner in Newburyport, Massachusetts was experiencing water coming into their basement. The area surrounding the home has a high water table and believe that is why water is entering their basement as frequently as it does. After enduring this issue for almost a year, after no water entered the basement for the first 24 years, the homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Prince inspected the home. He noticed that water was coming in from the perimeter of the home. John recommended installing Water Guard around the entire perimeter of the basement to collect any water that enters the basement. A SuperSump and Ice Guard will also be installed to pull the water out of the basement. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his crew arrived at the home and installed 137' of Water Guard, a SuperSump, and an Ice Guard into the basement. 

Want to Use Basement for Storage, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts was having water entering the basement. They are reluctant to store anything in the basement because of the fear that the water might ruin their belongings. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez inspected the home and the basement. Isaac found some areas where water was coming into the basement. Isaac recommended installing Water Guard to collect the water that comes into the basement. A Super Sump also was recommended to take the water from the Water Guard and push it outside of the home. 

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team arrived at the home and installed 53' of WaterGuard, a Super Sump, Freeze Guard, and a Sani Dry into the basement. 

Newly Purchased Home has Leaky Basement, Amesbury, MA

This homeowner in Amesbury, Massachusetts recently purchased their new home. Shortly after buying the house, the new homeowners experienced some flooding during the fall and want to know where the water is coming from and how to stop it. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Tom Armano inspected the basement. Tom found some cracks and some discoloration on the foundation wall. Tom believes that the water is coming through the wall and seeping into the basement. He recommended installing a full perimeter Water Guard System, a SuperSump, Ice Guard, and a Sani Dry Sedona into the basement. 

Crew Lead Anthony Rivas and his team installed a full perimeter Water Guard System, a SuperSump, Ice Guard, and a Sani Dry Sedona into the basement to stop water from flooding the basement. 

Installing SmartJacks to Support Future Remodel, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing the floors in his home are sagging. He is planning on remodeling the home soon and wants to make sure that the supports can withstand the weight of the remodel. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Michael Bradley, a Design Specialist from EFS, inspected the home. He found that the floors in his home are sagging. Michael recommended installing SmartJacks and a Supplemental Beam to lift the sagging floor. The SmartJacks and Supplemental Beam will add support to the floor for the new remodeling project. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team installed 14 SmartJacks with 26' of Supplemental Beam. 

Homeowner Believes their Home is Sinking, Methuen, MA

This homeowner in Methuen, Massachusetts had a large crack on the foundation of their home and thought that the foundation was sinking. The homeowner would like to make sure the home is safe for their elderly mother. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the home. During Chris' inspection, he did notice the crack that the homeowner found. Chris tested the home for settlement and only found that there was under a 1/4" of movement on all walls. An issue that Chris did find was the supports and the sump pump being undersized for the basement. Chris recommended installing SmartJacks, a Super Sump, and crack injection. 

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team installed 6 SmartJacks, a Super Sump, and 7' of crack injection. 

Ground Water Seeping into Basement, Merrimac, MA

This homeowner in Merrimac, Massachusetts was experiencing some water seepage from the walls. Water is coming through the walls and settling on the floor. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the home. He found and confirmed that the water is coming in from the walls. Michael recommended installing WaterGurad and TrenchDrain. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed 71' of WaterGuard and 4' TrenchDrain into the basement. 

Rusty Lally Columns Need to be Replaced, North Andover, MA

This homeowner in North Andover, Massachusetts has had water that flows under the garage. The homeowner has a sump pump that pulls water away from the garage. The homeowner noticed that the lally columns in the garage are rusting at their base. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection,

Design Specialist Brian Swindell inspected the garage. Brian confirmed that the bottom of the lally columns are rusting and should be replaced. Brian recommended installing new SmartJacks to replace the old lally columns in the garage. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team removed the old lally columns and installed 4 new SmartJacks into the garage. 

Perimeter Drain Installation, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, MA lives primarily at another property overseas but wanted to have an issue addressed at the home in Haverhill. The homeowner has water entering the basement and wants to address ways to prevent it. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist John Prince inspected the home. He found that the foundation drain that is in the home already isn't connected to the current sump pump. John recommended installing all-new foundation draining and a new sump pump that is connected to the drain. 

Crew Lead Gilberto Cortijo and his team installed 7' of foundation drain and Freeze Guard to the existing sump pump. 

Foundation Crack Repair, Andover, MA

This homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts was looking to sell their home. The homeowner had two small cracks in their foundation wall that they would like sealed before they show their home. They decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Ryan Flynn inspected the cracks to see if they were actively moving or not. Ryan thinks the cracks aren't moving but recommended installing a crack monitor to each crack to see if they move. Along with the crack monitors, Ryan recommended sealing the cracks using Injection Crack Sealant. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team sealed 8' of cracks using Injection Crack Sealant and installed a crack monitor on each crack. 

Homeowners Mother Wants a Radon Mitigation System, Newbury, MA

This homeowner in Newbury, Massachusetts recently had his mother move into his home. His mother is worried about the radon levels in the home. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the home. The radon levels in the home are at 9.8 pCi/L. Stephen recommended installing a radon mitigation system installed. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed a radon mitigation system in the home. 

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Activating a Passive Radon System, Rowley, MA

This homeowner in Rowley, Massachusetts is getting concerned with radon in their home. The worry began when they found out the previous owner of their home died of cancer. They decided to quickly call EFS for a free inspection. The homeowners know that they have a passive radon system in their home already so they want to activate the system. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home and found where the passive system is located. The home was tested for radon and the levels are between 4.5-5.7 pCi/L. Michael recommended installing a radon fan and new piping to the passive radon system. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team 

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Commercial Building Owner Want to Sell Their Building, Haverhill, MA

This commercial building owner in Haverhill, Massachusetts is planning on selling their building. They recently noticed sagging in the rear of the building. They would like to repair the sag before trying to sell the building. The owner felt the sag would be a sticking point in the sale of the building. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the building. During his inspection, Stephen noticed that the joist in the basement had water damage and are rotting where they meet the foundation wall. He also found that the rear corner of the building is sagging around 4.75". Stephen recommended installing SmartJacks with supplemental beams to add support to the building and eliminate the sagging in the building. Stephen recommended having a carpenter come out to reinforce the joists in the basement. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team installed 5 SmartJacks on the right side of the building to stabilize the floor and bring it back to its original position. The owner can now feel confident in selling their building. 

Fieldstone Foundation is Leaning In, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts was experiencing the fieldstone foundation leaning inward. The homeowners have tried to brace the wall using pieces of wood but to no effect. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the basement and the exterior of the home. Michael inferred that hydrostatic pressure is pushing against the outside wall. Michael recommended installing an Auxiliary Wall against the fieldstone foundation. The Auxiliary Wall acts as a brace for the foundation wall.

Before the crew can show up at the home, the homeowners had to move their electric panels and water heater off the wall. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team started installing the Auxiliary Wall. The team first installed the rebar and the PowerBrace on the wall. Next, they fixed the forms into place. Finally, a concrete truck arrived and the crew poured concrete between the forms and the wall until it got to the top. Then they let the concrete cure and once fully cured the team will remove the forms and trim off any imperfections. 

Apartment Buildings Pool Deck is Sinking, North Andover, MA

This apartment complex in North Andover, Massachusetts was experiencing sinking in the deck around the pool. The deck has sunk significantly and is now a tripping hazard for guests. The apartment complex would like to repair this before someone gets hurt. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese inspected the pool deck. Kenny recommended injecting PolyLevel under the pool deck. This will help reduce the tripping hazard and make the pool deck look better. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team arrived at the home and injected PolyLevel into the pool deck. They were able to lift the concrete to significantly reduced the gaps and the tripping hazards around the concrete deck. 

Radon Mitigation System, Swampscott, MA

This homeowner in Swampscott, Massachusetts was experiencing high levels of radon in their half-finished basement. The levels in their basement are between 9-11 pCi/L. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home. He recommended installing a radon mitigations system in the basement. Since the basement is half-finished and half storage Michael recommended having two extraction points to ensure that radon is removed from the entire basement. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed the radon system with both extraction points, one extraction point on the finished side of the basement and one on the unfinished side. 

Water Concerns in Basement, Salem, MA

This homeowner in Salem, Massachusetts was experiencing some water concerns in their basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the home. The home had water entering the basement from one side of the home. Michael recommended installing 39' of Water Guard, a TripleSafe, and an IceGuard in the basement. 

Crew Lead Anthony Vasquez and his team installed 39' of Water Guard, a Triplesafe, and an Ice Guard in the basement.  

Concrete Driveway is Settling, North Andover, MA

This homeowner in North Andover, Massachusetts noticed their concrete driveway and walkway have settled a couple of inches. The settlement had produced some cracks in the driveway and the homeowners are looking to repair the concrete. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez inspected the driveway and walkway. Isaac noted that there are some areas on the driveway and walkway that have sunk up to 4". Isaac recommended injecting PolyLevel under the concrete to lift and level the concrete. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team injected PolyLevel into the driveway and walkway and were able to lift the concrete. After the concrete was lifted the team sealed all of the cracks with NexusPro. 

Foundation Wall Crack is Causing Concern, Peabody, MA

This homeowner in Peabody, Massachusetts has a large crack in their foundation wall and some moisture issues that they would like to have addressed.  The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the home. During his inspection, he first noticed that there was some moisture in the air, he then located the large crack in the foundation wall. Chris recommended installing NexusPro to seal the crack in the foundation wall, and a Sani Dry Sedona to eliminate the moisture concerns. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed NexusPro and a Sani Dry into the basement. 

Basement Moisture Concerns, Peabody, MA

This homeowner in Peabody, Massachusetts was concerned about a large crack in the basement along with some moisture issues and settlement. She would like to have all of her concerns examined at once. She decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the home. Chris confirmed the crack would need to be sealed, the settlement should be addressed, and the moisture can be mitigated. Chris recommended installing push piers to the settled part of the home. The homeowner told Chris they would like to address the settlement at another time. They would like to focus on the crack on the foundation, adding a sump pump and moisture control. 

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team installed to seal the cracks, install a Sani Dry Dehumidifier, install a sump pump, replace the bulkhead that is leaking, and replace a lally column that the homeowner wanted to be replaced. 

The homeowner was very happy with the versatility of EFS. 

Moisture Concerns in Basement, Andover, MA

This homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts had concerns about moisture in their half-finished half unfinished basement. They want to have control of the moisture in their basement. They have a dehumidifier in their second home and would like to look into having one in this home. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Tom Armano inspected the basement. He agreed with the homeowners' thought that there is too much moisture in the basement. He recommended having a SaniDry system installed in the basement. The homeowner had asked Tom if it was possible to have the SaniDry drain into an existing condensation pump and Tom told the customer that it wouldn't be a problem. 

Crew Lead Dillion Kingsbury and his team installed the SaniDry into the basement. They were able to tie in the drainage line of the SaniDry to the condensation pump. The homeowner was impressed with the capability of the Sanidry in a large space. 

Want to Stabilize Floor Before Kitchen Remodel, Haverhill, MA

This homeowner in Haverhill, Massachusetts is planning on remodeling their kitchen and other parts of their home. They want to make sure their home can support the additional weight. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese inspected the basement. During his inspection of the 100+-year-old home, Kenny made sure to double-check every joist and support in the basement. Following his inspection, Kenny recommended installing SmartJacks in the basement to add support for renovations in the future. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed 20 SmartJacks in the basement to support the joists in the basement.

Radon Mitigation System, Marblehead, MA

This homeowner in Marblehead, Massachusetts just tested their home for radon because of the increased use in their finished basement. The test levels came back at 6 pCi/L which is above the recommended amount. They decided to call EFS to see if they could install a radon mitigation system.

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the home to see where the radon mitigation system could be installed. Chris recommended installing the radon mitigation system on the right side of the home next to the chimney.

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed the radon mitigation system on the right side of the home next to the chimney. The radon system successfully lowered the radon in the home to a comfortable level. 

Mouth of Garage to be Lifted and Leveled, Andover, MA

A homeowner in Andover, Massachusetts, had installed new garage doors. When the new garage doors were shut, the homeowner noticed a gap between the floor and the garage door. The homeowner is worried about critters coming into the garage. The homeowner contacted Erickson Foundation Solution about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Brian Swindell inspected the concerns the homeowner had with their garage. Brian found that the gap between the garage door and the concrete was between 1-2". Brian felt that PolyLevel would be the most cost-effective choice. Brian recommended installing PolyLevel near the mouth of the garage to lift the slab to eliminate the gap. 

Crew Lead Tyler Oslizlo injected PolyLevel into the front of the garage and lifted the front of the garage 2" to meet the bottom of the garage door. Tyler then proceeded to fill the void under the remainder of the slab. 

Serving the following Essex County, MA zip codes
Methuen 01844, Lynn 01910, Lynn 01902, Lynn 01903, Lynn 01904, Lynn 01901, Lynn 01905, Amesbury 01913, Lawrence 01843, Lawrence 01840, Lawrence 01841, Lawrence 01842, Haverhill 01832, Haverhill 01830, Haverhill 01831, Haverhill 01835, Peabody 01960, Peabody 01961, Salem 01971, Salem 01970, Beverly 01915, South Hamilton 01982, Andover 01812, Andover 05501, Andover 01899, Andover 01810, Gloucester 01931, Gloucester 01930, North Andover 01845, Saugus 01906, Danvers 01923, Manchester 01944, Marblehead 01945, Newburyport 01950, Byfield 01922, Swampscott 01907, Ipswich 01938, Lynnfield 01940, Middleton 01949, Salisbury 01952, Georgetown 01833, Boxford 01921, Hamilton 01936, Rockport 01966, Newbury 01951, Merrimac 01860, Groveland 01834, Topsfield 01983, Rowley 01969, Wenham 01984, West Newbury 01985, Essex 01929, Nahant 01908, Hathorne 01937, West Boxford 01885, Prides Crossing 01965

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