This home in Watertown, MA had a raised foundation in the back. The backfilled soils on the inside of this wall were putting pressure outward and forcing it to bow and crack. GeoLocks and Push Piers were used to stabilize the wall from bowing and settling.
This retaining wall in Chalemsford, MA was leaning on two sides. Erickson Foundation Supportworks repaired the wall with GeoLock wall anchors.
The crawlspace on this home in Nashua, NH had a concrete wall with a large crack, which was all leaning in towards the top. Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed PowerBrace wall supports to stabilize the wall, and can also be tightened over time to slightly straighten the wall. The cracks were then also sealed.
The existing concrete pillars supporting this home's bump-out addition were sinking and leaning more and more over the years. The bump-out required more stable supports, and so EZ Posts were installed to replace the pillars.
This crawlspace had some light plastic laid out over the exposed soil, which had become dirty and useless over the years. A new homeowner moved in and wanted to clean up the space. Additionally, a structural engineer informed the owner the beams and posts supporting the structure were in severe disrepair, and so needed to be stabilized and/or replaced. Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed a number of SmartJacks and enclosed the area with CleanSpace Encapsulation System. There were several large rocks sticking up out of the soil which could not be removed from the crawlspace, and so the CleanSpace product does not appear to be perfectly flat in some places.