The front of the house shows what kind of slope the house is sitting on. Off the back of the house is a relatively steep slope.
This wall has a few different cracks on it.
This wall doesn't have visible cracks but push piers will be installed on it.
These are significant cracks in the foundation.
More cracks in the same wall of the foundation.
Zoomed-in view of the stair crack from the previous picture.
Started digging to get to the bottom of the foundation.
Holes dug to the bottom edge of the foundation to attached the Push Piers to the foundation.
The team got down to the bottom of the foundation.
Making notches to attach piers to the foundation.
After the Piers are drilled to a suitable depth they will actually start lifting the house back to the original height.
View of the other wall of the Piers attached.
The cracks have been closed and sealed.
Stair cracks have been sealed.
Covering the Piers and cleaning up
Covering the Piers and cleaning up.
Full wall picture of covering up the piers and cleaning up.
This homeowner in Hillsborough, New Hampshire found cracking on the outside of their foundation. In order to make sure the problem would not get worse they gave Erickson Foundation Supportworks a call.
Design Specialist Dava Cormier inspected the home and identified that the cracks were being caused by poor soil conditions, resulting in the home shifting down the hill. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his team were tasked with stopping the house from sliding down the hill. They installed Push Piers to the foundation which drives rods down into the ground well below the problem soils to help secure and raise the house so it doesn't sink or slide.
When all the Push Piers were successfully installed the homeowner was happy to know that their house was safe and permanently stabilized.