This retaining wall had several large cracks along the length of it, and was beginning to lean. The homeowner wished to permanently stabilize the wall before conditions got worse. Erickson Foundation Supportworks stabilized the wall with 12 GeoLock anchors.
This large concrete retaining wall was cracked and leaning. Our team installed wall anchors to permanently stabilize the wall structure and prevent the problem from getting worse over time.
Greg B. of Marlboro, Massachusetts was experiencing settling on the backside of their house. Behind the home is a retaining wall that is holding the soil that is holding the home in place. Greg thinks the settling in the backyard is causing cracking in his garage. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if they could send someone out to inspect his home.
Design Specialist John Prince came to Greg's home and inspected the garage and the backyard. He confirmed Greg's suspicions of settlement in the backyard. John proposed to stop the settlement they install Push Piers in the back of the home and then after those are installed they seal the cracks, PolyLEVEL, and Resurface the whole garage.
Crew Lead Chris Hanlek and his team came to the home and installed the PolyLEVEL, Crack Seal, and Resurface.
A homeowner in Boxborough, Massachusetts, had lived in their new home for the past 3 months. Since they moved in the homeowners have noticed some cracking in their garage and were worried about the garage sinking and causing these cracks. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their garage. Our design specialist recommended installing PolyLevel, NexusPro, FlexiSpan, and Crack Injection into the garage to stabilize it and seal the cracks.
This home built in the 1920's was dealing with sagging beams and floor joists, which ultimately led to cracking plaster in the home above. The old columns and posts in the basement were replaced with SmartJacks, which were then raised to stabilize the floor system above.