This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had a 20-year-old crack in their basement wall. They had the crack repaired around 20 years ago. Now the crack has started leaking again. The homeowner wanted a permanent fix so they called Erickson Foundation Supportworks. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and inspected the crack. Josh Provost was the Crew Lead on this project. He and his team were able to make a permanent fix to the crack in their basement.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire has owned their home for about 5 years. They were having concerns with their supports and were worried about the floor collapsing. Our specialist designed a new layout for supports and our expert crews installed and replaced several lally columns, as well as some supplemental steel beams for reinforcement.
A home in Manchester, New Hamshire was experiencing the porch was shifting off the sauna tubes. The homeowner wanted a solution to stop this from getting worse. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and proposed EZ Post instead of traditional sauna tubes. The EZ Post is drilled into the ground by our crew and will last longer than traditional sauna tubes.
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For over 35 years the professionals at Erickson Foundation Supportworks have been helping both new and veteran homeowners with problems relating to the foundation of their homes. Today we still provide the same services we have been doing for over 30 years and have added new ones along the road as well. Some of our services include wall straightening, bowing wall repair, mud jacking, settlement sinking repair, floor crack repair, and collapsing retaining wall repair among others.
At Erickson Foundation Supportworks, we are a family-operated business dedicated to providing top quality general contracting services. Our mission is to build relationships as well as homes, providing all our customers with the same high-quality craftsmanship and professionalism, guaranteeing a job done well, on time, and on budget. Don’t let foundation troubles stress you out any longer and contact the professionals at Erickson Foundation Supportworks today!
If you have water, mold, or a musty odor in your crawl space having it encapsulated by the experts at Erickson Foundation Solutions is beneficial way to eliminate those issues and more. Our crawl space vapor barriers provide a dependable moisture barrier that is guaranteed to last 25 years. Our crawl space encapsulation services are proven, trusted and backed by warranties. Call or click today to schedule your FREE crawl space encapsulation estimate!
If you are noticing any of these issues then our experts can help. We offer a wide range of crawl space repair services designed to help your home including encapsulation, waterproofing, insulation, and more. Contact us today to schedule your free estimate!
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Did you know that damaged, sinking concrete slabs, like steps, driveways, and warehouse floors, lower the value, security, and image of your Manchester property? They are also liability issues. It is because of these reasons, that residential homeowners understand the urgency of getting these issues repaired quickly. These issues are often costly which is why at Erickson Foundation Solutions we have thoroughly trained experts who are here to help throughout the whole process!
Erickson Foundation Solutions understands their concerns. So instead, we provide a simple, mess-free, and durable concrete lifting solution: PolyLevel®. PolyLevel® is installed through a quick injection system that produces lasting results with no mess!
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Don’t let damaged, cracked concrete leave a bad impression. Erickson Foundation Solutions provides simple residential and commercial concrete repair solutions that produce long-lasting results. So, whether you need concrete leveling, concrete crack repair, or concrete sealing, we are here with attentive customer service, innovative methods, and proven products!
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Contact the concrete repair specialists at Erickson Foundation Solutions today to get a free estimate to raise your sunken sidewalk. We offer concrete lifting and leveling services in Manchester and nearby today!
In addition to being your local experts for foundation repair, concrete leveling, lifting, radon mitigation, and crawl space repair Erickson Foundation Solutions also specializes in basement crack repair. Water getting into your home at any stage or level can lead to dangerous and costly flooding. Water can enter your home at any point where there is an opening in the foundation. This includes not only cracks in the walls and floors, but around pipes as well. Our floor crack solutions provide lasting results that are compatible with your perimeter drainage system and will not crumble, flake off your walls, or fail due to the natural expansion and shrinking of the concrete.
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A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had a retaining wall on the side of the home that held two Air Conditioning units on the top. The retaining wall had cracked and the homeowner was becoming concerned and didn't want the problem to worsen and potentially injure someone. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free retaining wall inspection. Our Design Specialist Jason recommended installing Geolock Anchors to stabilize the retaining wall.
Our production team will install 3 Geolock Wall Anchors to the retaining wall. We used a coring drill to make a hole in the retaining wall to drive our galvanized rod through the concrete. Our team used an impact driver to push the galvanized rod approximately 10' into the dirt that the retaining wall was holding up. Our team then used our Geolocks on both sides of the rod to use the soil between the plates to support the retaining wall.
The homeowners were delighted with the installation of the Helical Anchors and now don't have to worry about the retaining wall injuring someone.
The owner of a commercial building in Manchester, New Hampshire, had always noticed some water entering the basement of their building. They have owned the building for the last 35 years and want to find a solution to the problem. Recently they noticed a crack in the foundation that has been allowing more water into the basement than normal so they decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Jason inspected the commercial building and recommended sealing the crack in the foundation by using FlexiSpan and then recommended installing WaterGuard around the perimeter of the basement to collect any additional water that enters the basement.
Our team installed 232' of WaterGuard around the perimeter of the basement and sealed the crack in the foundation with FlexiSpan.
Our system will collect any water that comes into the basement and expel it through the WaterGuard system around the perimeter of the basement.
The owner of the commercial building was pleased that their issue was resolved quickly by the EFS team.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had lived in their home for the past 7 years. In the last couple of months, the homeowner's have noticed cracking and settlement in their house causing cabinets out of level and tight door jams. The homeowner wanted to be able to sell their home in the future with a "good conscience" so they decided they should try and repair the problem. The homeowners called EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist James recommended installing Push Piers, Geolocks, PolyLevel, and Nexus Crack Repair, to stabilize the foundation and foundation walls of the home.
Our team first pushed 6 Push Piers deep into the ground under the home until they reached sufficient pressure. Next, the team used PolyLevel to fill the void under the basement slab where they just lifted the home. After the team installed 5 Geolocks to stabilize the foundation wall that had a significant crack in it. After everything was secured, the team then sealed all of the cracks in the foundation wall.
The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the project. The homeowner was very happy they called EFS for this project and used their expertise to stabilize their foundation.
An owner of a rental property in Manchester, New Hampshire, was reaching out to companies in the area to address the sagging floor in the property. The floors of the building feel very unlevel. The owner called Erickson Foundation Solutions and our Design Specialist Liam recommended replacing the supports in the basement with a combination of Lally columns and SmartJacks to eliminate the sagging in the floors.
Our production team began by replacing some of the old supports in the basement with new Lally Columns. Once those were swapped out the team then installed 3 SmartJacks with a 6ft Supplemental beam to the front right corner of the home.
The owners and tenants were very happy with the results of the project. The floors no longer have an obvious tilt to them.
A homeowner in Bedford, New Hampshire, was in the process of purchasing the home but the home inspector flagged the home for foundation wall issues. The buyer of the home was still interested in purchasing the home from the seller but they had to work together to get the foundation repaired before the sale could go through. The seller and buyer agreed to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Victor inspected the interior and exterior of the foundation and found some cracks that were concerning. Victor recommended installing Helical Piers.
Our production team first began by excavating along the front of the home foundation to expose it. The team exposed the foundation in order to install Helical Piers to support the foundation and prevent further damage. Our team used a hydraulic drive head to screw our Helical Piers into the soil below the home. After pressurizing the piers the team attached a Pier Bracket to the foundation of the home that will hold the pier at pressure and to the home. The team installed 12 Helical Piers and stabilized the Chimney. After all of the piers were installed, the team then backfilled all of the dirt.
The buyer and seller were happy with the results of the project.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had a sump pump system installed into their home by North East Basement Systems before they shut their doors. The homeowners were experiencing water entering their basements. So the homeowner tried to reach out to NEBS and they got redirected to EFS and booked an appointment with us. Our Design Specialist Victor looked at the system and where the water was entering the basement. Victor recommended installing 20' of WaterGuard attached to the existing sump pump and a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier.
Our production team began by chipping out concrete against the wall where the wall was entering the basement. The team chipped out 20' along the wall and removed enough dirt to insert our WaterGuard into place. Once inserted into the small trench the team lightly covered the WaterGuard with crushed stone. The team made sure to link the WaterGuard to the sump pump so any water collected by the perimeter drain will be guided to the sump. After the drain was linked with the sump the team then mixed some concrete and covered the top of the WaterGuard. Now any water that enters the basement will enter the WaterGuard and be guided to the sump pump where it will be discharged.
The homeowner was happy that they reached out to EFS for their waterproofing needs.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had recently purchased a home, and during the repurchase inspection, the inspector noticed some settlement on their front porch. A couple of the supports under the porch were held up by a couple of stacked cinder blocks. After 4 weeks of living in their new home, the homeowner decided they had to find a solution to repair the settlement of their front porch. The homeowner called EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist recommended replacing the supports under the porch with Helical Piers.
Our production team began by adding temporary support next to the sinking posts. Once the porch was supported the team then removed all of the old supports. Next, the team used a hydraulic drive head to twist our Helical Piers into the soil under the porch. The team made sure the piers were installed straight up and down and at sufficient pressure to sustain the weight of the porch. Once all 4 of the Helical Piers were pressurized the team then attached the bracket that allows us to then attach a wooden support to the porch. The team cut each wooden support the correct size after each bracket was installed over the helical piers. Once everything was installed the team removed the temporary posts and cleaned up the job site.
The homeowner was happy to know their porch would be settling anymore.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, moved into their home in 2021. Since owning the home they have noticed moisture and cold drafts in their home that was built in 1945. They reached out to EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Victor recommended encapsulating their crawlspace with CleanSpace and reducing moisture with a SaniDry Sedona.
Our team first began connecting sheets of CleanSpace to encapsulate the crawlspace. The team combined the CleanSpace by using our special CleanSpace Tape to install the CleanSpace and keep it air-tight to encapsulate the crawlspace. The team covered the entire floor and the wall up to the floor joists with CleanSpace to encapsulate the crawlspace. Once the crawlspace was completely encapsulated, the team then set up a SaniDry Sedona. The team installed the SaniDry in between the crawlspace and basement to control the moisture in both areas.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had purchased their home in 2021 and was planning on fixing up the 91-year-old home. When the homeowner bought the home about a year ago they noticed that some of the floors were sagging. The homeowner had noticed the symptoms of the sagging starting to show up on the outside of the home. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our design specialist recommended installing two auxiliary walls, SmartJacks, and a concrete slab pour into their basement.
Our production team began installing SmartJacks in the basement. The team installed 6 SmartJacks with 14' of supplemental beam to help stabilize the floors. The team installed the SmartJacks using our big plate footings. Underneath each big plate, the team had installed a layer of engineered fill to help stabilize the SmartJacks. After 6 of the SmartJacks were installed, the team adjusted the SmartJacks to make the floor above level, then the team called in a concrete truck to fill the basement with a couple of inches of concrete so they have a basement floor instead of a dirt floor. Next, the team began prepping for the installation of the Auxiliary Wall. The team used a combination of PowerBraces, rebar, and metal wall forms to make a form for the Auxiliary Wall. Once the two Auxiliary wall forms were set up the team called the concrete truck back to fill up the forms to create the Auxiliary Wall. The team then had to wait for the concrete to fully cure before they could remove the forms. Once cured, the team removed the wall forms and chipped off any imperfections on the concrete.
Now the homeowner has stable floors and foundation walls in their home. The homeowners were thrilled that they no longer have to worry about the foundation walls or the floors in their home.
A contractor in Manchester, New Hampshire, purchased a home in late 2020 that had a fire on its top floor. The homeowner wanted to gut the top floor to repair items that were damaged by the fire. Other than the fire damage in the home, there were also some floor support problems. On the first and second floors, the floors were sagging and sloping. The homeowner plans on repairing the home to rent out the top floor as two rental income units. Our design specialist Michael B. recommended replacing the old supports in the basement and adding more supports.
Our production team replaced and installed 6 lally columns into the basement. To install the lally columns, the team first installed temporary supports around the basement to keep the beams and floors in place when they replace the old lally columns. Once the temporary supports were set up and the old supports are removed, the team began prepping for the new lally columns to be installed. The team chipped out 24" by 24" sections of concrete to install each lally column. Each section that the team chipped out is so the lally column doesn't rest on the slab in the basement. The team chipped through the slab until they hit the dirt. After they reached dirt, the team poured in a concrete base that the lally column can rest on. The team sets the bottom of the lally column on the concrete and connected the top to the beam above. After the lally columns were installed, the team poured concrete over the base to prevent them from moving or shifting.
The homeowner was happy that EFS stopped the sagging and sloping in their home. Now they can focus on repairing the second floor so the homeowner can transition that space into two rental units.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for over 20 years and they have had the pool for around the same time. Over the past 20 years, the pool deck has sunk and cracked. The homeowner would like to extend the lifespan of the pool deck. Our design specialist recommended installing PolyLevel and NexusPro to lift, level, and seal the cracks on the pool deck.
Our production team used Poly and slab jacks to lift and level the concrete around the pool. After the pool deck was leveled, the team sealed all of the cracks in concrete with NexusPro.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, wanted to support a beam in the basement. The homeowner was worried about the structural integrity of the wooden supports in their basement. Our design specialist examined the wooden supports in the basement and recommended installing SmartJacks.
Our production crew began by setting up temporary supports to take the weight off of the wooden supports. The team then removed the supports and began chipping out a footing for our SmartJacks. After the footing was chipped out, the team connected the SmartJacks to the main beam. Finally, the team pours concrete over the base and removed the temporary posts.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had found their walkway in the front of their home was sinking more and more each year. The homeowner wanted to fix the walkway before this trend of getting worse continued. Our design specialist examined the walkway and recommended lifting the concrete using PolyLevel.
Our production team lifted the walkway successfully by drilling small ports into the concrete and injecting PolyLevel under the concrete until the foam lifted the slab. After we lifted the walkway, the team sealed the control joints with NexusPro. The homeowner now has peace of mind that their walkway will no longer be a tripping hazard throughout the year.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire recently had EFS install Push Piers in the front of their home because the homeowner had found a crack in the foundation. The home's foundation was lifted up a few inches, leaving a gap between the concrete and the molding at the bottom of the front door. The homeowner decided to call EFS again to see if they could solve this problem for them.
Our design specialist inspected the front slab leading to the front door. The design specialist recommended using PolyLevel to lift the slab back up to the molding of the front door.
A crew from EFS injected PolyLevel under the slab and lifted it to lessen the gap between the slab and the molding.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire needs some concrete around their home tended to. The garage, bulkhead, and pathway around the home need some cracks and joints resealed, as well as two sections of concrete should be lifted. The homeowner called Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection.
The design specialist inspected all of the concrete around the home and recommended redoing all of the control joints and lifting up two areas in the back of the home. The surface of the concrete now looked cleaner and is protected against further cracks forming.
To seal the cracks and joints, the EFS crew installed 245 feet of NexusPro. They were also able to lift and stabilize two areas in the back of the home with PolyLevel.
A customer in Manchester, New Hampshire, had a radon appointment with Design Specialist Victor Tapia. During Victor's inspection, the homeowner commented about wanting to repair the front steps of the home. Victor laid out their options and they got to choose what they would like.
Crew Lead Matt Curtis and his team installed the new stairs at the front of the home.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing some cracks leaking into their basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez inspected the home. He found two vertical cracks in the basement that were allowing water into the basement. Isaac recommended installing 12ft of FlexiSpan to the two cracks on the wall.
Crew Lead Anthony Rivas and his team installed 12ft of FlexiSpan to stop water from coming into the basement.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire had some cracks in their garage. Recently, the homeowner had repaved their driveway and the garage cracks got worse. They contemplated pouring a new garage floor but the homeowners had just paid for the driveway to be redone. So they decided to seek a repair from a local company. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the garage. He found that some of the cracks were caused by the encroachment of the driveway when it was poured. Some of the other cracks in the garage were caused by some slight sinking. Michael recommended having PolyLevel installed to lift the sunken areas and then have all of the cracks sealed using NexusPro.
Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team, first started by drilling small portholes into the slab. Then they set up slab jacks near the mouth of the garage and injected PolyLevel into the portholes to fill any void underneath the slab. Finally, they poured new concrete for a section of concrete that became dislodged from the rest of the slab.
This homeowner in Manchester has been experiencing foundation issues at their home for the past 25 years. The homeowner believes now is the right time to have the foundation issues addressed. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the home and listened to the concerns of the homeowner. Michael recommended installing Push Piers to stabilize the foundation, EZ Post for the attached sunroom supports, and PolyLevel, concrete slab pour, and Crack Injection for the garage slab.
Crew Lead Chris Tremblay and his team installed several different products for this project. They installed interior and exterior mounted Push Piers, PolyLevel, Ez Posts, concrete slab pour, and Crack Injection.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing some water entering their basement. They wanted to have a sump pump installed in their basement to ensure their basement never floods. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the basement and determined the best place to install a sump pump. Michael recommended installing a TripleSafe Sump Pump in the basement.
Crew Lead Anthony Rivas and his team arrived and installed the TripleSafe in the basement.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire has a 2-car garage that has lally columns running between each car bay. One day the homeowners noticed that the bottoms of the lally columns are corroding. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the lally columns. Michael found that if the homeowner left the lally columns in like they are that they could fail in the future if they corrode more. Michael recommended replacing the lally columns with SmartJacks.
Crew Lead Chris Trembley and his team installed 2 SmartJacks into the garage where the old lally columns were.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was getting a quote for new flooring on the main level of the home. During the flooring company's inspection and estimate, they found that the floors aren't level. They recommended having the floors leveled and then installing the floors. The homeowners decided to call EFS to see if they can level the floors in their home.
Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the basement and the main level of the home to gain an understanding of where the sag in the floors is occurring. After Michael concluded his inspection, he recommended installing SmartJacks with Supplemental Beams to eliminate the sag in the floor.
Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team installed 7 SmartJacks into the basement to stabilize the floor above.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing high radon levels in her home and would like to protect her family from the potential health concerns. The basement was tested and the reading was 44 pCi/L which is high. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Stephen Caron fully inspected the home and basement for cracks and foundation issues. Stephen recommended installing a Radon Mitigation System with 2 extraction points and installing a Super Sump with Ice Guard to replace the old sump pump.
Crew Lead Dillion Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed both the radon system and the Super Sump with Ice Guard into the home.
This new homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire had recently moved into their home. In the first couple weeks of move-in, a set of neighbors introduced themselves and recommended getting a radon test done in their home. The homeowners call EFS for a radon test and a free inspection.
Design Specialist Chris Greenwood first came to the home to drop off the 24-48 hour CRM test. Once the test was complete Chris Greenwood returned to the home and read the results of the test. The radon levels on the test came back at 9.8 pCi/L. Chris designed a radon system that would fit into their home.
Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system into the home.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire uses the basement of their split-level home as an arts and crafts room. Around 20 years ago she noticed water entering the basement and the problem continues to happen. She decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
A design specialist arrived at the home and inspected the home. The specialist found the area where the water was entering the basement. The design specialist recommended installing 35 feet of Water Guard connected to a Super Sump with a backup battery.
A team from EFS arrived at the home and installed the Water Guard and the Super Sump in the basement.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing water entering their fieldstone basement. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Brian Swindell arrived at the home and inspected the fieldstone basement. Brian recommended to the homeowner that they should have 101' of WaterGuard installed around the perimeter of the basement and have the WaterGuard tied into a Sump Pump.
Crew Lead Edward Nadreau and his team arrived at the home and began chipping out concrete along the perimeter of the fieldstone. After chipping out the concrete the team installs WaterGuard and then covers it with crushed stone and concrete. At the end of the WaterGuard, a Sump Pump is installed to send the collected water out of the basement.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing an issue where a section of concrete wasn't complete. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa arrived at the home and inspected the foundation. Michael recommended that they install an auxiliary wall and SmartJacks into the basement.
Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team arrive at the home and install a new auxiliary wall and SmartJacks.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing radon levels in their home around 20 pCi/L. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Chris Greenwood arrived at the home and inspected the home. After his inspection, Chris recommended that the homeowner have a radon mitigation system installed. Chris designed a radon system for the home.
Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system within 3 hours.
Charles D. of Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing several of the lally columns in the basement were starting to deteriorate. Charles decided it was time to call Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection.
Senior Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa arrived at the home and inspected the old lally columns. Michael confirmed that the lally columns are deteriorating. He recommended that the homeowners replace them with 9 new lally columns.
Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team arrived a the home and set up temporary supports so they could remove the old lally columns. After the old lally columns were removed, they began installing the new lally columns.
Richard R. of Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing his garage floor being cracked and out of level and wanted it repaired. Richard decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection.
Design Specialist Michael Bradley arrived at the home and inspected the garage. Michael recommended installing PolyLevel into the garage. The PolyLevel will level the garage floor. The cracks will be sealed with Nexus Pro after the PolyLevel process is complete.
Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team arrive at the home and injected PolyLevel into the garage floor to level it. After the garage was leveled the team sealed all of the cracks using Nexus Pro.
Don M. of Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing cracking and sinking around their pool deck. Don called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if they could repair their pool deck.
Design Specialist Royce Potts came to the home and inspected the pool deck. He found that the cracks around the pool were sealed poorly and were causing tripping hazards around the pool. He also found that some areas of the pool deck were sinking, which was also causing tripping hazards.
Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and used PolyLevel to make sure all of the concrete slabs were level around the pool. Next, Nick used a grinder and removed all of the poorly installed sealant in the cracks. Once all of the sealant was removed the team installed Sealant Pro on the cracks to seal them. The team successfully fixed Don's pool deck.
Wes B. of Manchester, New Hampshire was experiencing an issue where his porch was sliding off its sauna tubes. Wes would like to enjoy a beverage on the second level of his porch without fear of something going wrong. Wes called Erickson Foundation Solution to see if someone could come out to look at his two-level porch before things get worse.
Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to Wes' home and inspected the porch and it's support columns. He did find that the supports were sliding off of the sauna tubes. Paul proposed that Wes trade out his old sauna tubes for EZ Posts.
Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team came to the home and removed the old sauna tube from under the porch and replaced them with brand new EZ Posts to stabilize the two-level porch.
Now, Wes can enjoy a beverage on his porch whenever he wants with peace of mind that the footings are stable.
Louise A. of Manchester, New Hampshire has noticed more and more cracks forming on her sidewalk over the last couple of years. She decided it was time to call Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection.
Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to Louise's home and inspected the walkway for cracks and signs of settlement. During his inspection, he found examples of both. He proposed that Louise think about PolyLEVEL and Resurface Pro.
Crew Leads Nick Melo and Cody Gosselin both came to the home at separate times. Nick and his team came first to use PolyLEVEL to lift and level the walkway. After the walkway was level Nick sealed all of the cracks with a crack seal. After Nick and his team were finished Cody and his team came to Louise's home and resurfaced the whole walkway to give it a brand new look.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire wanted to level their concrete front steps. Design Specialist Jason Love proposed they could be stabilized using PolyLevel to level the steps, as there was a solid slab beneath them and they were not hollow (precast).
Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and installed PolyLevel on the front steps. Nick ensured that the step was perfectly level upon completion.
The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the PolyLevel.
This homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire tested for radon about 10 years ago but they knew the radon levels were around 9. Now the homeowner is looking to have a radon mitigation system installed into their home. Design Specialist Royce Potts came to the home and designed a Radon Mitigation System for their home.
Crew Lead Brendan Edwards and his crew came to the home and installed the Radon System in under a day. The homeowner was happy with the results of the project.
A homeowner in Manchester, New Hamshire has been living in their home for 5 years. The home was built-in 1921 and already has lally columns installed in the basement for support. The homeowner has noticed for approximately 4 years that the floor has become more and more unstable over the years.
They decided to call Erickson Foundation Supportworks to get a quote to fix their home. Design Specialist David Cormier came to the home to inspect the basement. After inspecting the basement, he recommended to the homeowners to replace their lally columns to add support to the floor above.
Next, Crew Lead Josh Provost and his team installed the lally columns and reinforced them with steel beams. The homeowner was relieved to know their floor is secured now.
This new construction home was built in 2018, and so the buyers were the first and only owners of this Manchester, New Hampshire residence. Over the years the homeowner was educating himself on the dangers of radon, and after testing several time, discovered the levels of radon pci/l in the home were between 40 and 50. This is quite a high number, and so they reached out to local New Hampshire radon mitigation contractors to assist with designing and installing an effective system.
Our specialist, David Cormier, designed the radon mitigation system for this home. In asking why the homeowner decided to mitigate, the homeowner knew radon could be a health risk for their whole family, and so wanted peace of mind by removing the risk.
The lead installer for this project was Scott Crandall. Scott did an amazing job keeping the homeowners basement clean while installing the necessry pipe and manometer. The fan and vent pipe on the exterior is also clean looking and tidy.
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