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Radon Mitigation
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Radon Abatement
Radon Mitigation System

Basement Repair Services & Products
WaterGuard Interior System
DryTrak Drainage Channel
TrenchDrain Drain Grate
IceGuard Discharge Line
FlexiSpan Wall Crack Repair
Polyurethane Crack Sealing
WellDuct Window Drainage
BrightWall Waterproof Panels
ThermalDry Wall Barrier
Basement To Beautiful Pre-finishing Wall Insulation Panels
Drain Tile Installation
SuperSump Pump System
TripleSafe Pumping System
UltraSump Battery Back Up
Sanidry Dehumidifier

Foundation Repair Services & Products
Push Pier Underpinning For Settlement, Foundation Leveling, Sinking Foundation Repair
Geo-lock Wall Anchors
Geo-lock Helical Anchors
PowerBrace Bowed Wall Repair
CarbonArmor Fiber Wall Repair
SmartJack Crawl Space Support
Slab Pier Repair
PolyLevel Concrete Lifting
EZ Post Deck Repair
Shotcrete Wall Restoration

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Helical Piers Installed, Londonderry, NH

Helical Piers Installed, Londonderry, NH

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A business in Londonderry, New Hampshire was growing and needed to install two loading docks onto their existing building. They needed to have the foundation checked before they could begin to install the loading docks. Our Design Specialist met with the building manager and inspected the building and discussed their plans. In order to properly support the weight of the docks and have a safe distribution of weight, we recommended installing Helical Piers beneath the footings. Our team also installed GeoLock wall anchors to ensure the foundation walls didn't buckle or lean during their project.

Crack Seal Repair Londonderry, NH

Crack Seal Repair Londonderry, NH

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A homeowner in Londonderry, NH had a crack in their foundation that needed to be sealed because of a leak. Paul Magowan looked at the affected area that was leaking and came up with a plan of repairing the leak. Scott Crandall repaired the leaking area by injecting polyurethane into the crack to seal the inside and then an epoxy coating is placed over the affected area for a permanent fix. The first picture shows the area with the crack and leak. The second picture shows Scott's work of using polyurethane and epoxy to permanently seal the leak. 

Radon Mitigation System, Londonderry, NH

Radon Mitigation System, Londonderry, NH

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This homeowner located in Londonderry, New Hampshire tested their home for radon. The reading they got from the test came back at 3.9 pCi/l. The homeowner wanted to lower this number as much as they can. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home to talk to the homeowners about their options. They settled on installing a radon mitigation system into the home to lower the radon levels. Scott Crandall and his team installed the radon mitigation system into the home and lowered the radon levels to a comfortable level.

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Erickson Foundation Solutions has been the trusted, local professionals to call in Rockingham County, NH, for foundation repairs, concrete repair, radon mitigation, basement crack repair and even crawl space repair. Our in-house team of expert engineers know how to properly determine and repair the structural issues you are going through. Whether you have water in your basement or your crawl space, or need concrete lifting, leveling or foundation structural repair, we have your back. We provide a 25-year written warranty for all of our foundation products. With the professionals at Erickson Foundation Solutions, you can feel safe knowing that your repairs are in good hands.

Foundation Repair Contractor Rockingham County, NH

No one wants to have to go through structural and foundation repairs, but there are times where you shouldn’t wait any longer and call the trusted local professionals Erickson Foundation Solutions, to get your job done the right way. Our products are designed and tested by Supportworks, Inc.; an international network of more than 100 skilled structural repair contractors. We are the areas only company equipped to fix your repairs with these products. Some of the repairs we take on are:

  • Bowing Walls
  • Sagging Floors
  • Stair-Step Cracks
  • Tilting Chimneys
  • Foundation Cracks
  • Garage Slabs

Rockingham County, NH Local Concrete Leveling Expert

Sunken and cracked concrete around your home is not only an eyesore but is also a safety hazard. As time goes by, if the problem isn’t corrected, it will only get worse. However, you have no reason to fret when you have the professionals at Erickson Foundation Solutions doing the work. Our experts use PolyLevel, a strong, and durable foam material to lift your concrete slabs back into place. We drill small holes into the slab where the foam is injected and expands, raising the concrete into place. Many other contractors will use mudjacking, but our method doesn’t disturb the area, takes less drying time, and is more affordable.

After repairing your concrete, consider a durable concrete sealant that extends the life of your slabs by 3 to 5 times overall in just one quick application. Our SealantPro concrete sealant bonds with concrete on a molecular level to protect slabs against oil, gasoline, water, debris, and more. Whether you have new slabs or existing slabs, SealantPro will work for you! We also offer a translucent tinted concrete sealer, DecoShield, which adds a unique visual appeal to your home's slabs while preventing pitting, flaking, cracks, and other moisture-related issues.

Our Concrete Repair Solutions:

  • SealantPro® Concrete Sealing
  • DecoShield® Concrete Sealer
  • Sidewalk Repair
  • Pool Deck Repair
  • Concrete Driveway Repair
  • Mudjacking

The benefits of PolyLevel®:

  • Non-invasive installation
  • Quick application & curing
  • Clean &precise lifting
  • Adjustable & durable for loads of all sizes

Contact us today to schedule a free concrete leveling estimate for your Rockingham County home or commercial property!

Get in contact with us today and get your FREE concrete leveling and concrete sealing estimate!

Crawl space repair contractor in Rockingham County, NH

The crawl space is often an underappreciated part of the home that often gets issues with mold. Since it is more often an out of sight out of mind, when problems occur with your crawl space it can easily have wide-ranging effects on the entire home. This is especially true since many older crawl spaces were vented due to mistaken beliefs about home construction. These vents make it easy for mold and rot to occur, causing issues throughout the home like uneven floors, foul smells, worsened allergy symptoms, and more.

Crawl Space Repair Services Offered in Rockingham County, NH:

  • Crawl space vapor barrier
  • Crawl space waterproofing
  • Crawl space dehumidification
  • Crawl space support posts
  • Crawl space insulation
  • And more!

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!

Radon Gas Mitigation Systems

Radon gas is colorless, odorless, and as cancer-causing as to//bacco and asbestos. Radon gas is produced from the decaying of rocks and soil and comes up from the ground into your crawlspace and basements. The way our radon mitigation systems works in a pipe collects the gases that are coming from the soil. The gas is then piped upwards where a depressurization vent forces the radon out from your home. Our radon mitigation system is completely compatible with the current waterproofing system in your home. Get in contact with us now to learn how to protect your loved ones from the harmful effects of radon gas.

Radon and Indoor Air Quality Services Provided in Rockingham County, NH:

  • Radon Testing and Inspections
  • Radon Mitigation and Abatement
  • Indoor Air Quality Testing

Basement Crack Repair

At any stage of your home when water starts to leak, it can lead to serious flooding and serious damage. So when it starts to leak in your basement, act fast. Erickson Foundation Solutions understands how all different types of basement leaks are caused, which is why we provide fast and efficient solutions to handle every source of wall and floor leaks. we also offer egress windows and dehumidifiers

To get a free estimate on basement leaking solutions and crack repair services, call us at 1-855-239-3489 or click below!

Job Stories From Rockingham County, NH
Settling Foundation

This homeowner in Derry, NH contacted us as she noticed a large crack in her garage wall near a corner. Upon inspection, our design specialist observed there were few signs of settling within the house aside from windows being slightly stuck. However, on the outside of the garage, there were significant signs of sinking which would then lead to extensive damage within the home. 

The solution; push piers to raise the sinking corner 3-4 inches and prevent the foundation from sinking any further. 

We excavated the outside of the garage down to the footing of the foundation. We found the general contractor who built the home placed the footings and foundation directly on stumps and trees, which of course is a big mistake. As the trees decomposed, the ground began to sink and took the foundation with it. 

Our push piers were securely fastened to the bottom of the footings on the foundation and driven down 10-12 feet, beneath the sinking soil and into the bedrock below. This will prevent the home from sinking any further. We also slightly lifted the footing up to the bottom of the foundation to reconnect them, however chose to not lift the house too much as there was little damage within the house. Lifting the house too much could possibly have cracked the drywall.

Problem solved and customer satisfied. 

EZ Posts Under Existing Structures

This customer was having a sunroom installed on top of their existing deck. The deck was not built for supporting a structure above, and so additional supports were needed below. There was only about 3.5 feet of space beneath the deck, and so getting underneath to dig and pour new concrete piers would not be an easy task.

EZ Posts were an ideal solution, as the existing deck floor was going to be completely covered by the sunroom. This allowed our Erickson Foundation Supportworks crew to cut small holes into the surface of the deck. Through these holes we were able to install EZ posts with our Bobcat using pier extensions.

A project which would have taken 2-3 crew members one or more days to complete was finished within 4 hours. The EZ Posts were installed at depths ranging from 7 to 9 feet. We removed some concrete pillars in order to install two of our EZ Posts, these concrete pillars being only two feet deep. It was a good decision to replace them!

 

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Resurfacing Concrete Pool Patio

Homeowner Stephen W. of Salem, New Hampshire had a beautiful pool set up in his backyard. Over the years, wear and tear ran its course, and the patio around the pool was sunken, cracked, uneven, and discolored all over. More and more, Stephen was spending time out by his pool with his family and was tired of all the trip hazards and unsightly cracks throughout the patio. He decided it was time to look into fixing the problem, and so reached out to Erickson Foundation Supportworks for a solution. Ultimately, Stephen wished to improve the quality of his family's life.

Design specialist Nate Erickson proposed a three-step process to lift and level the uneven sections of concrete, resurface the top, and protect it all with SealantPro.  

The first step involved injecting PolyLevel beneath the slab to fill the voids and level out as much of the patio as possible. Once the concrete was stable and even, the crew then sealed all the cracks, large and small. Day 2 of the project entailed resurfacing the entire pool patio area, covering up all the discolorations and imperfections. Once the new surface had time to cure, the final step was to apply SealantPro to complete the total concrete protection system. 

Replacing the existing patio would have been a lengthy, expensive undertaking. Removing the concrete and coordinating a crew and truck to pour a new slab would have taken a lot of time and effort. This was not an option for Stephen.

In the end, Stephen received his desired outcome. A new patio. The surface is now even, crack-free, and pleasant to look at. 

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Radon Mitigation, Plaistow, New Hampshire

Barbara F. of Plaistow, NH reached out to Erickson Foundation Supportworks when she heard that some of her neighbors were having radon mitigation systems installed. She tested her home for radon, and found levels were higher than the recommended 4.0 pci/l. Wishing to keep her family safe and improve the air quality in her home, Barbara also decided to install a radon mitigation system. 

The contractor who built the home had actually installed a vent pipe during original construction. Unfortunately, it was not properly located and was in a very hard to access location in the unfinished attic space.

Senior Design Specialist, Michael LaMalfa, designed and proposed an efficient system for Barbara. The system was installed in half a day by Scott Crandall in November 2020. It was a quick, clean installation, and Barbara now has peace of mind knowing her family is no longer exposed to high levels of radon in their home. 

 

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Concrete Wall Repair, Windham, NH

The owner of this property on Cobbetts Pond in Windham, New Hampshire knew when he bought the home that eventually the concrete walls of the boathouse would need to be repaired. There were visible, large cracks on the wall which faced the water. There was slight settlement, and the walls in general were shifting more and more each year. He reached out to a number of foundation repair contractors but in the end found only Erickson Foundation Supportworks had the right team and the right solution. And rather than wait for the situation to get worse, the time had come to fix it. 

Our inspection specialist David Cormier viewed the walls and designed a system utilizing 8 GeoLock wall anchors, as well as 6 Helical Piers. Together these anchors and piers would prevent the walls of the foundation from any further movement. The challenge for the production team was having to work in the frigid pond water in the late autumn months. With the right equipment and a 'can do' attitude, the crew worked diligently to install the system.

The concrete walls of this boathouse are now permanently stabilized, and the homeowner can now continue to preserve this small piece of New Hampshire history. 

 

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Radon System, Windham, NH

This homeowner in Windham, NH has a finished basement where their daughter and her boyfriend live. Recently they had a radon test performed in their basement and found that the radon levels are between 4-9 pCi/l. When they got these test results back they moved their daughter and her boyfriend into the main living area until the issue is resolved. Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa proposed that the homeowners install a radon mitigation system  Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team installed the radon system into the home to return the radon levels in the basement to safe levels. After the system was installed the daughter and her boyfriend were able to return to living in the basement with no fear of radon in the air.

Radon Mitigation System, Epping, NH

This homeowner in Epping, New Hampshire, has a finished basement in their home that they use frequently in their ranch-style home. The homeowner has requested to install a radon mitigation system in the basement. Design Specialist Brian Allen came to the home and proposed a radon mitigation system to reduce the amount of radon in the air. Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and installed the new radon mitigation system.

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Radon Mitigation System, Epping, NH

This homeowner in Epping, NH is selling their home, and installing a radon system was on the list of some of the potential buyers. So the current homeowner decided it would be a good idea to have one installed. Design Specialist Kyle Jamerson came to the home and create the design for a custom radon system for their home. Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and installed the Radon System.

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Bowing Foundation Walls, Newton, NH

Kimberly F. in Newton, New Hampshire was experiencing an issue where her basement foundation wall was bowing and cracking. Design Specialist David Cormier came to the home and inspected the foundation for Kimberly. David proposed that Kimberly have Geolock wall anchors installed to prevent the wall from bowing. Our team of production specialists installed 7 Geolock wall anchors over the course of 2 days. The anchors effectively kept the bowing foundation wall secured, permanently stabilizing it. 

Smart Jacks Installation, Derry, NH

This homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire lives on Beaver Lake and has been experiencing unlevel floors and the corner of their porch is sinking. Design Specialist Royce Potts came to the home and walked through the home and the basement to better understand what conditions the house was in. He suggested that they install SmartJacks in the crawlspace of the home to add support and lift it some. 

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team came to the home and installed the SmartJacks into the crawlspace. Using the SmartJacks gave the home some interior support and some lift. The homeowners were very happy with the results of the project.

Foundation Pier Installation, Londonderry, NH

This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire was experiencing their house settling and beginning to sink. With the issues getting worse, the homeowner called Erickson Foundation Solutions and set up a meeting with Design Specialist Paul Magowan. Paul came to the home and looked over the homeowner's concerns. He recommended installing push piers to stabilize and stop the home from sinking any further.

Crew Lead Chris Hanulek and his team came to the home to install the push piers beneath the foundation. They start by digging near the affected areas to expose the footing of the foundation. Then they create a notch on the foundation where they can attach the brackets that hold the push pier in place. Next, they use a hydraulic press to push the pier down into the ground until it hits a substantial force that the home can rest on. Although it is not guaranteed, it is not uncommon to see a house lift a couple of inches. In this case the home was slightly lifted, and permanently stabilized against any further settlement.

Push Piers Installation, Londonderry, NH

Miles C. of Londonderry, New Hampshire was having concerns with his homes foundation. He was experiencing sticking doors and windows, cracks in the foundation walls, sloping and sagging floors, and a cracked slabs outside. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and looked over all of the homeowner's concerns and proposed that his home would benefit from Push Piers and some PolyLevel.

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and dug down to expose the foundation footing. When they got to the footing they installed Helical Piers in the affected areas to permanently stabilize the walls. After all the piers were pressed down to their desired PSI, the crew filled the void with PolyLevel as well, a polymer based expansion foam.

Failing Foundation, Hampton, NH

Condo Association owner Ray C in Hampton, New Hampshire called Erickson about saving the foundation of his building. Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa had come to the building and examined it. Ray's building was experiencing a couple of different foundational issues, mostly caused by the marsh that the back of the building sits in. The daily movement of the water caused by the tides has left a toll on the foundation. The foundation has been pushed and pulled so many times has caused the concrete on the garage level to heave in the middle and cause uneven floors on the above levels. There is a 75' crack on the back of the building where the wall has begun to bow. Inside each of the 10 tenant's garages, there are uneven floors and cracks. 

A few different Erickson Foundation Solutions teams came to the Condo Association to repair the foundation. The first team to arrive at the condos was Spencer Ladd's Team. Spencer's team specializes in Foundation Stabilization Products. Spencer and his team installed Geolocks between the back wall and the garage floor. One end of the Geolock was placed under the garage floor and the other was placed against the crack on the back wall to stabilize the back wall. 

The second team at the job was Nick Carelli's team. Nick's team was installing Push Piers to the foundation; this is going to support and prevent it from sinking. Push Piers is a sleeve that is mounted to the footing of the foundation and once it is mounted the team will use a hydraulic press to push 3-1/2' sections of the interlocking rod down into the ground until they hit bedrock or reach an acceptable PSI to hold the foundation in place. 

The third team was Nick Melo and his concrete repair team. They specialize in lifting and leveling concrete using PolyLEVEL. They came to the property and injected PolyLEVEL into the garage floor to lift, level, and fill any voids that were created by the foundation issues. 

Lastly, Branden Edwards and his team specialize in sealing cracks. The team was able to seal the 75' crack on the back wall and was able to pour new concrete into each of the garages to repair the hole the Geolocks were installed in.

This was one of the larger jobs that EFS has done recently. The job took around 6 weeks and a couple of different crews to complete but the EFS Crew delivered what they promised, and that was a secured foundation. 

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Radon System Upgrade

Homeowner Douglas C. had an existing radon mitigation system, but radon levels still lingered around the 4.0 mark. He was seeking options to lower these levels as much as possible. Our design specialist inspected the existing radon system, and also noticed some cracks in a few places in the foundation walls and floor. 

Our radon installation team sealed all the cracks they found in the basement, and also upgraded the fan on the existing system. With the improvements made, the homeowner felt relieved to have better air quality in his home for his family.

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Radon Mitigation System, Newmarket, NH

Amy B. of Newmarket, New Hampshire was concerned about radon in their semi-finished basement. Amy called EFS to see if they could help with her radon concerns. EFS Design Specialist Michael Bradley came out and inspected the home. Michael tested the basement for radon with one of our radon test kits and found that the radon levels were slightly above average. Michael proposed that Amy have a radon system installed in her basement to mitigate some of the radon.

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came and installed a custom radon mitigation system into the home.

When the project finished Amy was relieved that the radon levels were now lower than ever before. 

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Radon For Home Sale, Raymond, NH

This homeowner was listing their home for sale, however needed to install a radon mitigation system in order to meet the requirements of most buyers. Design specialist Michael LaMalfa provided a thorough inspection and proposed the ideal solution and radon system for the sellers of the home. 

Radon system installation specialist Nick Carelli was able to complete installation in a single day. He kept the area clean and successfully installed the pipe and fan for the system. The owners were able to sell their home shortly after with no concerns. 

 

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High Radon Levels, Stratham, MA

Emily M. of Stratham, New Hampshire had tested for radon a couple of years ago. The results came back at 40 pCi/L which is very high. She now wants her home to have clean fresh air everywhere. After mulling over it for a while she thinks it is finally time to install a radon mitigation system into her basement. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and designed a radon mitigation system for the home.

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and installed a new radon mitigation system into the basement of the home. Once the radon system was activated, the levels started decreasing till they got to healthier numbers. She was impressed with how fast the installation process was, as it only took one day. Emily was happy with the results of the project. 

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Crack Repair, Stratham, NH

Amanda O. of Stratham, New Hampshire, had been living in her home for 4 months and noticed some cracks in the basement. Design Specialist David Cormier came to the home and inspected the cracks as well as the rest of the basement walls. David found 3 cracks: 2 were small and didn't seem like they were leaking, and 1 bigger one that looked like it had leaked.  Along with the cracks, David also found telltale signs of settlement in the foundation. David proposed that we seal the cracks with Crack Seal and that we address the settlement. Amanda wanted to focus on the cracks at the moment but might address the settlement later. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli came to the home and installed Crack Seal on all of the cracks so that they wouldn't lead to any leaking issues downt he road. Amanda was happy that the cracks were sealed quickly, and with the knowledge of settlement being a possible issue, may revisit with our Erickson team again.

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Replacing Lally Columns, Londonderry, NH

Jason G. of Londonderry, New Hampshire, wanted to replace his lally columns in his garage. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home to inspect the garage. Paul proposed that instead of installing new lally columns Jason has EFS install SmartJacks into the garage instead. 

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team came to the home and removed the lally columns and installed the new Smart Jacks into the garage. Before this project, Jason didn't know Smart Jacks were a product but now he trusts them more than lally columns.

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Radon Mitigation System, Fremont, NH

Homeowner Scott B. had lived in his Fremont residence for over 3 years, and decided to test for radon levels in the homes air space. Testing revealed levels were around 11 pci/l, which is well above the recommended safe levels of 4.o pci/l. Wanting to improve the air quality in the place where he spent much of his time, Scott opted to seek estimates for installation of a radon mitigation system.

Design specialist Paul Magowan mett with Scott at his home to discuss the best solutions for radon mitigation, and helped design the proper system. Scott was thoroughly impressed with Paul's presentation and knowledge, and chose Erickson as his contractor. 

Scott Crandall and Branden Edwards led the production team for this installation. It took them halfa day to install the radon mitigation system, from the basement drilling to the fan and vent on the exterior of the home. Scott B. the homeowner was very pleased with their work and had great feedback regarding Scott Crandall and Branden. 

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Radon Mitigation System, East Kingston, NH

James M. of East Kingston, New Hampshire was closing on his home and needed a Radon Mitigation System. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if they could come out and install a Radon Mitigation System. Design Specialist Jason Vachon came to the home and designed a radon system. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came to the home and installed a Radon Mitigation System. 

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EZ Post and Smart Jacks, Seabrook, NH

Yvonne H. has a beach house in Seabrook, New Hampshire, and his beach house was sinking and needed to be releveled. Yvonne called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if they could come up with a solution for him. 

Design Specialist David Cormier came to Yvonne's beach home. David inspected the home and proposed that the Erickson team install EZ Post to the perimeter of the home and Smart Jack to the interior of the home. 

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team came to the beach home and installed the EZ post and Smart Jacks to stabilize the home. 

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Radon Mitigation System, Nottingham, NH

Rick C. of Nottingham, New Hampshire had just purchased his new home and he got the home tested for radon to learn more about the home. The results of the home came back at 75 pCi/L which is very high. After seeing that number Rick decided it was imperative to call Erickson Foundation Solutions and see if they could come out and see about installing a Radon Mitigation System. 

Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to Rick's home and inspected and then designed a Radon Mitigation System for his home.

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and installed the Radon Mitigation System into Rick's basement.

Radon Mitigation System, Sandown, NH

Jeff A. of Sandown, New Hampshire had recently bought a radon test kit from amazon to test the radon levels in his basement. The test results came back at 7.5 and he wanted to call someone to see if he should be concerned with those levels in his basement. He then called Erickson Foundation Solution to see if someone could come out for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Royce Potts came to Jeff's home and inspected the basement and then designed a Radon Mitigation System for the home.

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team came to the home and installed a custom Radon Mitigation System.

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Chimney Leaning Away from Home, Deerfield, NH

William H. of Deerfield, New Hampshire had recently noticed that his chimney, near his front stairs, is starting to pull away from his home. Since he first noticed it, the lean has gotten worse over time. It has gotten so bad where he used a ratchet strap to help hold the chimney closer to the home. William decided to call Erickson Foundation Solution to see if someone could come out and propose a solution to stop his chimney from leaning. 

Design Specialist Kyle Jamerson came to William's home and inspected the chimney and home. Kyle proposed that William's chimney would benefit from two helical piers installed under the edge that is sinking. The pier would lift the side of the chimney that was sinking and would stabilize the chimney for years to come. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team came to the home and installed two push piers to the sunken side of the chimney and push the chimney back into its original position. 

Leak in Basement, Hampton Falls, NH

Linda G. of Hampton Falls, New Hampshire was experiencing leaking in her basement. She called Erickson Foundation Solutions to see if someone could come out and look at her basement. She wants the leak fixed because the water is damaging boxes and storage. 

Design Specialist John Merna came to the home and inspected the basement. He found that water was entering the garage and leaking down into the basement. John proposed that EFS install a Sump Pump and 22' of Fast Drain.

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team came to Linda's home and installed the Fast Drain and the Sump Pump into her basement/ storage room.

Cracked and Uneven Pool Patio, Auburn, NH

Homeowner Charlie N. of Auburn, NH had a concrete patio around his pool that was first installed back in the late 1990's. Around 2013, Charlie started to see noticeable cracks and pooling water in various sections. By 2020, the concrete patio had several large cracks and sections that were unlevel. All this uneven concrete was leading to tripping and stubbed toes, as well as being generally unsightly. The problem was not going to improve on it's own, and Charlie decided to seek repair options. 

The first consideration for him was to rip out and replace. The pool itself was 20' x 40', and so the amount of demolition and new concrete needed for this type of project was substantial, and costly. This type of fix would have been very labor intensive and taken at least a week to complete. 

Charlie then also reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions regarding PolyLevel as a possible solution. PolyLevel is a polymer foam which does not disrupt the surface of the concrete or it's surroundings, and simply lifts the uneven concrete by filling the voids beneath it. Installation of PolyLevel is generally a single day process and the concrete can be walked on within 30 minutes after installation. 

Repairing the concrete with PolyLevel was going to save Charlie thousands of dollars, and so he chose this solution. 

The project estimate and design was completed by design specialist Paul Magowan, and the foreman leading the crew for the concrete repairs was Scott Crandall.

 

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Lift and Level Pool Deck, North Hampton, NH

Michael L. of North Hampton, New Hampshire is planning on selling his home in the next year. He has been fixing and maintaining parts of his home to increase its value. The next item on Michael's list is to level the pool deck, so it can look as good as it can without changing much. Michael called Erickson Foundation Solutions about coming out to his home and addressing some repairs around the pool deck.

Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and inspected the pool deck and had a conversation with Michael about what he would like addressed. Michael's main concern was fixing the slabs around the pool. These slabs are sinking and or out of level. Paul took what Michael said and proposed PolyLevel to him. PolyLevel will stop the slabs from sinking and will be able to level them too.  

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and injected PolyLevel under the pool deck.  Nick was able to lift and level all of the slabs around the pool to make the pool area more appealing. 

Auxiliary Wall Installation, Derry, NH

Ian W. of Derry, New Hampshire just recently bought his home. In his pre-purchase inspection, the home inspector pointed out that the fieldstone wall was beginning to crumble. The inspector highly recommended Erickson Foundation Solutions to look at the foundation. Ian called Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free estimate. 

Design Specialist Jason Vachon arrived at the house and inspected the basement and confirmed what the inspector saw in the pre-purchase inspection. Jason proposed installing an auxiliary wall over the crumbling fieldstone. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team came to the home and installed the auxiliary wall into the basement.

Sinking and Cracking on Concrete Walkway, Chester, NH

Steve B. of Chester, New Hampshire was experiencing cracking, sinking, and water drainage issues on his concrete surface. Steve decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Paul Magowan came out to the home and inspected the concrete surface. The Design Specialist recommended that Steve have EFS install PolyLevel and NexusPro to alleviate the cracking and water drainage issues. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team came to the home and first injected PolyLevel under the sinking concrete slab. Next, the crew made sure the water can drain properly. Finally, they used NexusPro to seal all of the cracks in the concrete.

In the future, Steve plans to use EFS to resurface the concrete to make it look more appealing. 

Crack in Foundation, Derry, NH

Jennifer C. of Derry, New Hampshire had previously been a customer of Erickson Foundation Solutions in 2018. Previously, she had water entering her basement from the back of the home. She had a Fast Drain System and 2 sump pumps installed in her basement. Currently, she has water entering her basement from the front of her home and would like to have that repaired. Like she did in 2018, she reached out to Erickson Foundation Solution for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Jason Vachon arrived at Jennifer's home and inspected her basement for cracks. Jason found two cracks in the foundation that are right behind where the front stoop is. Jason recommended to Jennifer that it would be a good idea to have the EFS crew install Sentry Seal around the front of her foundation so that no more water can enter the basement. 

Crew Lead Brandon Edwards and Installation Specialist Kyle DeChane and Brian Somers came to the home and installed Sentry Seal. The team had to dig and expose the foundation. Once the foundation is exposed, they attached the Sentry Seal to the foundation wall. The Sentry Seal will not allow any water to enter the basement. 

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Foundation Wall Bowing, Auburn, NH

Michael L. of Auburn, New Hampshire had some concerns with cracking and bowing of the back wall of his garage. He had reached out to Team Engineering to see if they could test the structural integrity of their foundation. Team Engineering conducted a test and found that "Lateral earth pressures are likely pushing the rear garage foundation wall out to the rear.". After the conclusion of Team Engineering's test, they referred Michael to Erickson Foundation Solutions as a trusted company for repair. Michael reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Paul Magowan came out to the home and inspected the garage and the basement. He confirmed what Team Engineering had already found. Paul recommended that Michael have Geolock Wall Anchors installed to help straighten out the bow in the foundation but also strengthen the foundation wall itself.  

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team of Installation Specialists arrived at the home and began installing 8 Geolock Wall Anchors to the foundation of the garage. 

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Barn Floor Needed to be Stabilized, Hampstead, NH

Rob S. of Hampstead, New Hampshire was experiencing some foundation issues with bowing floors in their barn. Rob recently bought his home and wanted to repair things that need immediate attention. Rob felt that the barn was at the top of the list. 

Design Specialist Paul Magowan arrived at the home and inspected the barn to see how EFS could level the floors while strengthening the barn. Paul recommended installing SmartJacks in the barn. To strengthen the barn floors and stop them from bowing, Paul proposed using 15 SmartJacks to replace the old supports. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team arrive at the home and install the 15 SmartJacks into the barn. Ed and his team made sure that the floors were level and stabilized. 

Water is Leaking Into Basement, Derry, NH

Louis F. of Derry, New Hampshire was experiencing water entering the basement and ruining items in storage.  Louis has been living in this home for the past 3 years and has only noticed this problem for the past couple of months. Louis wants to have a dry basement so they don't damage any more personal items. Louis decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Paul Magowan arrived at the home and inspected the basement. After a thorough inspection, he found that there is an 8 foot crack in the foundation wall. The crack is located under the front steps. Paul recommended that Louis have EFS install 8' of crack seal and a Super Sump system into the basement. 

Crew Lead Branden Edward and Installation Specialist Kyle DeChane arrived at the home and began by sealing the crack in the foundation wall. After the crack was sealed they installed a Super Sump Pump to replace an older and smaller sump pump. This new Super Sump will be able to remove water much faster than the old one.

Water Guard and Sump Pump Installation, Tyngsboro, MA

This homeowner in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts was experiencing water in their basement. The homeowners are tired of having water in their basement so they called Erickson Foundation Solutions about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Merna arrived at the home and inspected the basement for leaks and recommended installing WaterGuard and a Super Sump.

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team came to the home and installed 62 feet of WaterGuard, a Super Sump, and a FreezeGuard.

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Water Guard and Sump Pump Installation, Salem, NH

This homeowner had recently purchased their home and found that their basement allows in water. 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 Water Guard into the basement with Sump Pump.

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and installed Water Guard and a Sump Pump into the basement. 

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Foundation Wall Rebuild, Seabrook, NH

This homeowner in Seabrook, New Hampshire recently had a truck drive into their foundation. The damage to the foundation of the home was significant. The homeowners called EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Merna arrived at the home and inspected the foundation of the home. After the inspection, John recommended that the homeowners have the damaged part of the foundation rebuilt by EFS's masonry team.

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and began rebuilding the foundation wall.

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Water Seeping Through Foundation Wall, Exeter, NH

This homeowner in Exeter, New Hampshire was experiencing water seeping through their foundation wall. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Jason Love arrived at the home and inspected the home and found that Sentry Seal would be the best solution for this home. Sentry Seal will be installed onto the exterior of the foundation wall below grade to stop the water from seeping into the basement. 

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home and excavated down to the footing to expose the exterior of the foundation wall. They then attached the Sentry Seal to the foundation wall and then put the dirt back against the foundation wall. 

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Back Corner of Garage is Sinking, Windham, NH

This homeowner in Windham, New Hampshire was experiencing sinking in the back corner of their garage. They would like to lift and level that corner to match the rest of the garage. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley arrived at the home and inspected the garage and confirmed that the corner of the garage is sinking. Michael recommended to the homeowners that PolyLevel can lift the corner of the garage. 

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his crew arrived at the home and injected PolyLevel into the back corner of the garage and were able to lift that cornerback to level. 

High Radon Levels, Plaistow, NH

This homeowner in Plaistow, New Hampshire was experiencing high radon levels in their home. The levels in their home were around 30 pCi/L which is very high. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist John Prince arrived at the home and inspected the basement. John recommended a radon mitigation system for the basement. John then designed a radon system to fit in their basement. 

Crew Lead Chris Hanulek arrived at the home and installed the new radon mitigation system into the basement. 

Smart Jacks Installation, Derry, NH

This homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire was experiencing some sagging in their floors. The main beam in their basement is sagging. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Jason Vachon arrived at the home and inspected the basement. He recommended that they have SmartJacks installed under their main support beam. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team arrived at the home and installed 4 SmartJacks under the main support beam. 

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Damp Basement, Windham, NH

This homeowner in Windham was experiencing the basement of the home start to smell and feel damp. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Stephen Caron arrived at the home and inspected the basement. Stephen confirmed that the basement had signs that mold might become a factor. Stephen recommended to the homeowner that installing a Sani Dry would help eliminate the moisture in the basement to help prevent mold from growing. 

Radon Mitigation System, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire was experiencing higher than normal radon levels in their home. The homeowners tested their home and the results came back at 7 pCi/L, which is above the recommended amount. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese arrived at the home and inspected the basement. Kenny found one crack in the basement that he recommended sealing along with installing the radon mitigation system.

Crew Lead Branden Edwards and his team arrived at the home. They installed the new radon mitigation system and sealed the crack in the foundation.  

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SmartJacks Installation, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire was experiencing some settling underneath the garage and basement floors. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist John Prince arrived at the home and inspected the home. John recommended installing SmartJacks in the garage and basement and also injecting PolyLevel to lift a settled part of the slab. 

Crew Leads Scott Crandall and Nick Melo arrived at the home with their respective teams. Scott and his team installed SmartJacks into the basement and garage. Nick Melo and his team injected PolyLevel under the slab. 

SmartJacks Installation, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire wants to replace the supports in their basement so they can use their garage this winter. They want to be able to use the basement as storage and use the garage to store a car. They live in a split-level home so the garage and basement are on the same level. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist John Prince arrived at the home and inspected the basement and garage. John recommended installing SmartJacks in both the basement and the garage. 

Crew Lead Spencer Ladd and his team arrived at the home and began installing the SmartJacks into the basement and garage. 

Water Enters Basement After Big Storms, Lowell, MA

This homeowner in Lowell, Massachusetts was experiencing water entering their basement after big rainstorms. The customer would like to stop water from coming into the basement. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home for cracks and other concerns. Upon completion of his inspection, Michael recommended to the homeowner that installing Water Guard, a Super Sump, and a Sani Dry would eliminate the chance that the basement would flood again. 

Crew Lead Nick Carelli and his team arrived at the home and began installing the Water Guard, Super Sump, and Sani Dry into the basement. 

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Concrete Foundation is Out of Level, Exeter, NH

This homeowner in Exeter, New Hampshire had noticed drinks not being level on the countertops. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home. Michael found some support posts in the crawlspace that aren't structurally sound. Some of the support posts are installed on unsupported pieces of wood or concrete. The home also lies near a pond and the water from the pond causes some of the ground to be damp, which could cause mold concerns. Michael recommended installing 8 SmartJacks, CleanSpace Drainage Matting, Super Sump, Freeze Guard, and an EverLast Crawlspace Door.

Crew Leads Nick Melo and his team arrived at the home and installed the SmartJacks, CleanSpace Drainage Matting, Super Sump, Freeze Guard, and the Everlast Crawlspace Door. 

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Settling Home, Londonderry, NH

This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire has been living in their home for the past 48 years. Over the years, they have noticed some cracking in the garage and the basement but didn't think much of it. Now they realized that the cracks are getting worse every year. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood gave the home a full inspection. He found that both the cracks in the garage and the basement are caused by the settling. Chris recommended installing 12 Push Piers to the home. 6 Push Piers in the front and 6 in the back. Chris also recommended Nexus Crack Repair and PolyLevel for the cracks in the foundation wall and garage. 

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team arrived and installed all 12 of the Push Piers to the front and back of the home. After the Push Piers are installed, a second crew led by Nick Melo arrived and installed the PolyLevel and Nexus Pro. 

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Radon Mitigation System, Brentwood, NH

This homeowner in Brentwood, New Hampshire has had a long-term digital radon reader in their basement for a while and has found that the radon levels in the basement fluctuate from 6.5-8.0 pCi/L. The homeowner called EFS about a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley thoroughly inspected the home. Michael designed a radon mitigation system specifically for this home. 

Crew Lead Dillion Kingsbury and his team came to the home and installed the radon mitigation system that Michael had designed. 

Seepage and Puddling in Basement, Rye, NH

This homeowner in Rye, New Hampshire was experiencing moderate seepage and puddling, dampness, and humidity in the basement/crawlspace. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Tom Armano inspected the home for cracks, water stains, and other signs of water entering the basement/crawlspace. Tom recommended installing a Triple Safe Sump, Water Guard, and CleanSpace into the basement/crawlspace to help with the moisture. 

Crew Lead Edward Nadreau and his team arrived at the home. They installed the Triple Safe Sump and Water Guard into the basement and installed CleanSpace into the crawlspace. 

Duplex Has Cracks In Foundation, Derry, NH

This duplex owner in Derry, New Hampshire recently have one of her tenants inform her of some cracks in the basement. The cracks are lining the perimeter of the wall and seem significant. She decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood did a full interior and exterior inspection of the home. During his inspection, Chris had found some more cracking on the exterior of the foundation. Chris found the root cause of the cracks in the foundation is because the home is sinking on one side. For a foundation to start sinking it could be that there is poor water drainage, poor soil under the home, and some other root causes. Chris advised the homeowner that installing Push Piers to the home will stop the home from sinking. The homeowner agreed.

Crew Lead Scott Crandall and his team arrived at the home and installed 10 Push Pier to the foundation. 

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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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Concerns With Radon In Water, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire had a radon system at their old home and would like to install a radon system into their new home. The homeowner is worried about having radon in their water. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez inspected the home. After the inspection, Isaac designed a radon mitigation system that would fit into their home. 

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

Basement Flooding With Two Sump Pumps, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire had a flood in their basement and it ruined the finished area. The basement had two sump pumps in the basement. When the water was pushed outside of the home it froze. Once the water froze in the pipe, the sump pumps couldn't push the water through the system. The water eventually backed up into the basement. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection to make sure something like this wouldn't happen again. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the home and the sump pumps. The sump pumps worked but had one crucial flaw, no Freeze Guard. Living in New England the weather is very hot and cold. During the summer it can hit almost 100 degrees and in the winter it can hit 0 degrees, so a system must be able to work in both extremes. Sump pumps have sections of pipe that are either laid on top of the ground or in the ground to expel the water away from the home. During the time in this pipe, depending on the temperature, the water can heat up or cool down. In freezing temperatures the water can freeze in the pipe. Freeze Guard allows water that has been blocked by a clog or frozen water in the pipe to overflow out of the pipe and not back into the basement. Chris recommended installing new sump pumps with Freeze Guard.

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team came to the home and installed two Ultra Sumps and 2 Freeze Guards. 

To Much Moisture in Basement, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire had an issue where their basement was holding in a lot of moisture. The homeowners didn't want to store their belongings in the basement while having a lot of moisture down there. They decided to call EFS to see if they had any options to eliminate some of the moisture in their basement. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the basement. Chris recommended installing a Sani Dry system that will take the moisture out of the air and bring it down to a more comfortable level. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the Sani Dry System into the basement. The Sani Dry brought the moisture down to a level where the homeowners were comfortable storing their belonging in the basement. 

Large Floor Sag in the Kitchen, Raymond, NH

These homeowners from Tuscan, Arizona recently purchased a home in Raymond, New Hampshire. They have put extensive money into the home so they can sell it for a profit. During the inspection after they purchased the home, the inspector noticed a large sag in the kitchen of the home. This sag was directly correlated to the support post under the home that had sunk over time. The homeowner would like to fix this problem before they begin the process of selling the home. They decided to call EFS to see if they could fix the support post and eliminate the sag in the kitchen. 

Design Specialist Jason Vachon inspected the home. He measured the sag in the kitchen around 3/8". Jason looked at the supports under the home and found that the supports are just stacked concrete cinder blocks. Jason recommended installing SmartJacks under the home and jacking up the floor using the adjustable head on the SmartJack to fix the sag in the floor. 

Crew Lead Tyler Oslizlo and his team arrived at the home and installed 4 SmartJacks with a supplemental beam. 

Reducing Radon Levels in New Home, Portsmouth, NH

These homeowners in Portsmouth, New Hampshire recently bought their home in 2019 and had concerns with the radon levels. Shortly after moving into the home, they tested the home for radon. They wanted peace of mind knowing that the air in their home is mitigated from radon. So they decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Brian Swindell inspected the home. Brian noticed that the home had a passive system but there is no access to the vent pipe to activate the existing system. Brian recommended installing a brand new radon mitigation system. He designed a system to fit into their home. 

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

Radon Mitigation System, Stratham, NH

This homeowner in Stratham, New Hampshire was experiencing higher than normal radon levels. The homeowner had previously received a radon test in his home. The results of the test were around 10 pCi/L. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the home. Stephen recommended installing a new radon mitigation system into the home. Stephen designed a radon system to fit in the home.

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

Rental Property Needs Waterproofing and Foundation Repair, Portsmouth, NH

This rental property owner has a property in Portsmouth, New Hampshire that required some attention. The owner had noticed a bow on her foundation wall as well as some waterproofing concerns. She decided to call EFS for a free inspection for homeowners. 

Senior Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the rental property. During Michael's inspection, he found a long crack on the block foundation wall. Michael thinks that the crack in the wall is because of hydrostatic pressure. He had also found some moisture issues in the basement. Michael recommended installing PowerBraces, CleanSpace, Water Guard, Super Sumps, Freeze Guard, and Sani Dry.

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed the PowerBraces, CleanSpace, Water Guard, Super Sumps, Freeze Guard, and Sani Dry into the basement.

High Radon Levels, Nashua, NH

This homeowner in Nashua, New Hampshire had purchased their home in 2001. Recently the homeowner found out about the radon levels in their basement. The homeowners' son lives in the basement and they wanted to test the basement for radon. They tested for radon and the results came back at 45-60 pCi/L which is very high. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the home. Stephen had looked in the basement for cracks but didn't find any. Stephen recommended installing a radon mitigation system in the basement of the home. Stephen designed two Radon Mitigation Systems with two different extraction points to collect as much radon-filled air as possible. Also to improve the air quality in the basement Stephen recommended installing an Aspen Air Purifier into the basement. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team arrived at the home and installed the radon mitigation system in the basement, along with the Aspen Air Purifier. 

Radon Mitigation System, Plaistow, NH

This homeowner in Plaistow, New Hampshire has children that have recently settled in Texas. They would like to sell their home in Plaistow and move out to Texas to be near their kids. They wanted to do some inexpensive upgrades to their home to make sure they got top dollar when they decided to sell. One of the upgrades on the list was a radon mitigation system. The homeowners knew that there were moderately high radon levels in the home. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. A couple of days before their appointment a representative from EFS arrived at the home to drop off a radon test. The test will examine the air for the next 48 hours and report on the radon levels in the home. 

Design Specialist Brian Swindell inspected the home for visible signs of radon, like small cracks in the wall or the slab. Brian had found some crack on the slab in the basement that would need to be sealed. Brian then went over the test results with the homeowners. The result of the radon test showed that the radon levels in the home are above 10 pCi/L. Brian recommended installing a radon mitigation system into the home to get the radon levels as low as possible. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed the radon mitigation system into the home and sealed the cracks in the slab to ensure no radon can seep up through the floor. 

Homeowner Works for Hours in Basement and is Concerned with Radon, Windham, NH

This homeowner in Windham, New Hampshire had recently learned of the harmful effects of radon. The homeowner would work for long periods in the basement and now they are concerned with how long they stay in the basement because of radon. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. A representative from EFS came to the home before their scheduled appointment and dropped off a radon test. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the home and then went over the results of the radon test with the homeowners. The radon levels in the home are 4.2 pCi/L which is slightly higher than recommended. Michael recommended installing a radon mitigation system in the home. 

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed the radon mitigation system into the home and were able to lower the radon levels to a comfortable level. 

Middle of Home is Sagging, Raymond, NH

This homeowner in Raymond, New Hampshire was experiencing sagging in the middle of their home. The home is sitting on block supports. The homeowner would like to have the floors in their home be level again. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the home and the supports underneath. Michael recommended installing SmartJacks underneath the home. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team installed 4 SmartJacks and a supplemental beam in the middle of the home to reduce the sag in the middle of the house.  

Slab in Basement is Sinking, Newmarket, NH

This homeowner in Newmarket, New Hampshire has the concrete slab in the basement that was sinking. Recent storms have allowed water to start entering the basement. The homeowner would like to prevent water from getting in and fix the concrete slab. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home. Michael recommended our team demolish the old slab, pour a new slab with a soil vapor barrier, and install 11 SmartJacks for support.

Crew Lead Chris Tremblay and his team arrived at the home and demolished the slab, installed a vapor barrier and gravel fill, then installed SmartJacks, and finally poured a new slab. 

Lift and Level Garage Floor, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire just moved into their new home last month. As they moved in they noticed the garage floor was cracked and some areas are raised. The homeowners wanted to convert their garage into a dog/ animal rescue. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the home. While inspecting the garage Stephen had found some cracks that were raised about 1/2". The homeowners would like to remove all tripping hazards for dog and human safety. After Stephen completed his inspection, he recommended installing PolyLevel and Nexus Pro Crack Repair to lift, level, and seal the cracks in the garage. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team arrived at the home and installed the PolyLevel and Nexus Pro into the garage. 

Vertical Crack in Foundation, Sandown, NH

This homeowner in Sandown, New Hampshire had noticed a vertical crack in their foundation that shows on the inside and outside of their foundation. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese inspected the interior and exterior of the home. Kenny inspected the crack. Kenny recommended installing Push Piers and PolyLevel.

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team installed 6 Push Piers. Two Push Piers around the crack and 2 more on either side of the chimney. 

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.  

Foundation Cracks in a 6 Year Old Home, Windham, NH

This homeowner in Windham, New Hampshire moved into their home 5 years ago. Their home is only 6 years old but they have been noticing some cracks that had concerned them. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Michael Bradley inspected the home. Michael had taken a deeper look at the cracks in the foundation. Michael found some settlement and a slight bow near the cracks in the foundation walls. Michael recommended having Geolocks installed on the foundation wall to stabilize the settlement issue. 

Crew Lead Ed Nadreau and his team installed Geolocks onto the foundation wall. 

Geolocks Installation, Derry, NH

This homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire has lived in their home for 49 years. In the past 2-3 years they started to notice some cracking in the detached garage floor along with some sinking in some areas. Over the past couple of years, as they watched the cracks get bigger and bigger, they couldn't help but worry about a potential collapse of their garage. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the interior and exterior of the garage to understand what is causing the garage floor to crack. Michael found that the back of the garage is getting pushed out causing a crack in the foundation. Michael recommended installing Geolocks to pull that back wall in.

Crew Lead Chris Tremblay and his team installed 4 Geolock to the back of the detached garage. The team was able to stabilize the wall and give the homeowners peace of mind. 

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Pool Deck is Sinking, North Hampton, NH

This homeowner in North Hampton, New Hampshire has a pool in their back yard. The pool deck that is set around the inground pool is sinking and creating tripping hazards. The tripping hazard grows every year and the homeowner would like to have it looked at. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Brian Swindell inspected the pool deck. He found that the concrete around the entire perimeter of the pool is sinking. The concrete is creating a tripping hazard that is around an inch and a half tall. Brian recommended having PolyLevel injected around the perimeter of the pool to lift and level the concrete pool deck. 

Nick Melo and Tyler Oslizlo injected PolyLevel into the pool deck. Nick and Tyler were able to reduce the tripping hazard around the pool. 

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Pool Deck is Sinking, Hampstead, NH

This homeowner in Hampstead, New Hampshire has been in their home since 1996. The home has a beautiful backyard that includes a pool and a concrete pool deck. A few years after the pool was installed the homeowner noticed the pool deck had settled. And, year after year they noticed that it settled a little bit more. The homeowner finally had it and wanted the concrete repaired because they didn't want the grandchildren tripping. They decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection.

Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese inspected the concrete pool area and immediately noticed the settlement. Kenny recommended injecting PolyLevel under the pool deck to level the sections that had settled, and also stabilize the entire area.

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team injected PolyLevel into the settled sections of the concrete, and were successful in stabilizing the surface, making it safer for the family to enjoy their pool.

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Pool Patio is Sinking, Salem, NH

This homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire, had one corner of their pool patio that was sinking. It had gotten so bad that some of the control joints popped out of place. They decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the pool deck and found the total area affected is around 376 sqft. Chris recommended having PolyLevel injected under the pool deck to lift the sunken areas. 

Crew Lead Nick Melo and his team injected PolyLevel into the uneven areas of the concrete pool deck. After the crew lifted the concrete, they also repaired and sealed the control joints that had popped out of place. With a stabilized concrete area, the homeowners can now enjoy their pool with peace of mind.

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High Radon Levels, Hampton Falls, NH

This homeowner in Hampton Fall, New Hampshire, was experiencing high radon levels in their home. The radon levels in the home exceed 18 pCi/L They decided to call Erickson Foundation Solution for a radon inspection. 

Design Specialist Ryan Flynn inspected the home. He recommended installing a radon mitigation system with two extraction points. The additional extraction point will help pull more radon out from under the home.  

Crew Lead Dillon Kingsbury and his team installed a radon system in the basement. 

CleanSpace Installation Under Family Room, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for 31 years but the home was built 200 years ago. The homeowner would like to encapsulate the area under the family room. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Chris Greenwood inspected the basement of the home. Chris measured the total area of the section that the homeowner would like encapsulated. Chris then talked to the homeowner about additional products that are commonly paired with CleanSpace. Chris recommended installing Rim Joist PolyLevel Wall Restoration to ensure that air from the basement doesn't seep into the family room. 

Crew Lead Anthony Rivas and his team installed 830 sqft of CleanSpace and Rim Joist PolyLevel Wall Restoration into the basement. 

SmartJacks Installation, East Hampstead, NH

A new homeowner in East Hampstead, New Hampshire, spent over a year searching for a home. They have only been in the home for a couple of weeks and are looking for floor stabilization on the main floor. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Design Specialist Stephen Caron inspected the home. He found some temporary posts that should be replaced. Stephen recommended replacing the temporary posts with SmartJacks. 

Crew Lead Chris Tremblay and his team installed 4 SmartJacks into the basement. Chris and his team were able to stabilize the support beams supporting the main floor. 

Stage 3 Wall Failure, Hampstead, NH

This homeowner in Hampstead, New Hampshire, had foundation wall concerns in their home. The block foundation of the home is bowing and during the winter water comes into the basement through the bulkhead. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Senior Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa inspected the home. During the inspection of the foundation wall, Michael quickly realized that the foundation wall is in stage 3 wall failure and needs to be repaired immediately. Michael recommended installing Geolocks to stabilize the wall and attempt to straighten the wall as much as possible. Michael also recommended installing CleanSpace and WaterGuard in the basement. 

A couple of crews from EFS came to the home in Hampstead to install the CleanSpace, WaterGuard, and Geolocks. 

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High Water Table Causing Water Issue, Hampstead, NH

The owner of this property in Hampstead, New Hampshire has lived here for more than 25 years in a home just a couple of hundred feet from the edge of a lake. The area around the home has a high water table because of the lake being close by. While they have had a sump pump in the basement for many years to help with their wet basement, over the past couple of years the sump pump hasn't been able to keep the basement dry.  The homeowner decided to call EFS to help determine a more permanent solution to their wet basement concerns.

Our EFS waterproofing specialist found the existing sump pump was outdated and wasn't big enough to push out all of the water from the basement. It also hadn't been serviced in many years. Additionally, over the years water in the soil on the outside of the foundation walls was building up and pushing against the foundation, beginning to cause worse problems. In order to solve the problem, the homeowner needed to properly waterproof their home. Our specialist recommended installing WaterGuard, Freeze Guard, and a Super Sump Triple Safe, in the basement. This battery back-up system will provide some much needed protection and will easily keep up with the water entering this basement. A SaniDry system was also installed, which is an industry leading dehumidifier, allowing the homeowner to better control the moisture in their basement and improve the quality of the air in their home.

 

Main Floors Out of Level, Newfields, NH

A homeowner in Newfields, New Hampshire had been experiencing their floors being out of level. A section of their floor had sunk and they would like to have it repaired. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. 

Our design specialist examined the floors and recommended installing SmartJacks to level and stabilize the floors. 

Our crew installed SmartJacks to add support to the main support beam.

Musty Smell in Classroom Coming from Basement, Salem, NH

The Montessori School in Salem, New Hampshire had a musty smell seeping into a classroom from the basement below. The school would like to eliminate the musty smell in the classroom so they called EFS for a free inspection. 

Our design specialist inspected the school and found the basement to be very damp, so we recommended installing a SaniDry system in the basement.

An EFS Team Member installed a SaniDry into the basement of the school and eliminated the musty smell. 

Garage Slab Needs to be Lifted, Derry, NH

A home in Derry, New Hampshire, recently had EFS install Geolocks to the rear of the garage to stop the garage from collapsing. Our team stabilized the garage foundation and then needed to level the garage slab and seal the cracks in the slab. Our production crew used PolyLevel in the garage to level the slab and then used NexusPro to seal the cracks. The homeowners are relieved that their garage was stabilized and repaired properly and is backed up by our warranty.

Rotten Crawlspace Repair, Atkinson, NH

This homeowner in Atkinson, NH had a 3-season entrance porch area to their home. Beneath the subflooring, the crawlspace was very damp and moldy, causing the floor above to become spongy. Water and moisture was entering the space through the exposed dirt floor as well as the concrete walls of the crawlspace foundation.

For our inspection, it was clear to see how wet the crawlspace had become. The insulation meant to be tucked up into the floor joists was all damp and drooping down. Some of the wood joists had extensive rot damage and others were moldy. Our design specialist proposed replacing some of the damaged floor joists and supporting the entire floor system in this area with a couple SmartJacks. To prevent further water from entering the space, it was also recommended the entire crawlspace be encapsulated with CleanSpace. 

If the crawlspace moisture issue was not addressed properly, the rot and mold would have returned. The homeowners made the right decision to encapsulate the floor and walls with CleanSpace, and now have peace of mind.

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SmartJacks Installation, Kingston, NH

A potential homeowner looking in Kingston, New Hampshire found a house that they wanted to purchase but needed someone to replace the columns in the basement. 

Dave Cormier was able to inspect the basement supports and suggested having Smart Jacks installed in the basement for support rather than a cut log and an old jack that wasn't supporting the structure anymore. The crew lead, had his team remove the old support and replace them with Smart Jacks. 

This potential homeowner was happy to know that the structure was now secured and that they wouldn't have more structural issues in the future. 

Crack in Foundation Wall, Danville, NH

A homeowner in Danville, New Hampshire, had a foundation crack that they attempted to repair previously. The crack had started to leak again and the homeowner would like to find a permanent fix. Our design specialist recommended using NexusPro to seal the crack.

Our production team treated the crack and permanently sealed the crack using NexusPro. 

Basement is Cracking and Sloping, Hampstead, NH

A homeowner in Hampstead, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for 15 years and has noticed some movement in their basement. Our design specialist examined the basement and recommended installing Push Piers, PolyLevel, and EZ posts in and around the basement. 

Our production team installed piers around the back left of the home, PolyLevel under the basement slab, and a helical post to replace a concrete pier on the porch. The team used a hydraulic press to push the piers down until they achieve a sustainable pressure to support the home. A similar process is done with the new post to support the deck. Instead of a press, a big hydraulic drive head will spin the helical post down until sufficient torque.

Bowing Foundation Walls, Derry, NH

A home in Derry, New Hampshire, had been put on the market. A potential buyer asked if someone from EFS could inspect the home's foundation before they think about purchasing the home. Our design specialist inspected the home and found some bowing and settlement in the foundation walls. The potential buyer was still worried about the foundation issues. The design specialist presented a solution. The solution was to install 7 PowerBraces to the back foundation wall and prevent the wall from bowing further.

The potential buyer ended up purchasing the home. After the purchase was complete, our production team installed the braces onto the foundation wall to add strength and rigidity to the wall.

High Humidity Causing Mold Growth, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, had mold growing in the upstairs of their home. They also have standing water and high humidity in the basement. Our design specialist examined the basement and noticed the high humidity and the standing water in the basement. After our specialist walked through the basement, they recommended installing a perimeter drainage system, a humidifier, and an air purifier in the basement. 

Our production team first chipped out a 132 linear foot trench around the perimeter of the basement to hold the WaterGuard again the foundation wall. Second, the team chipped out and dug a basin for a Tripesafe Sump Sump. The TripleSafe is placed into the basin and is connected to the perimeter drainage system to collect all of the water and send it outside of the home. On the way out of the home, the water will run through a FreezeGuard. The guard will prevent the discharge line from backing up the system if the water line freezes. Next, the team attached the CleanSpace Encapsulation to the foundation walls in the basement to funnel all water coming down the wall into the perimeter drain. Following the CleanSpace, the team installed a SaniDry dehumidifier and an Aspen Air Purifier in the basement to condition the air. 

With the waterproofing system, the dehumidifier, and the air purifier installed the home will be able to drop the relative humidity and prevent water from collecting in the basement as well as have better air quality in the home. 

Slow Settlement in Garage, Atkinson, NH

A homeowner in Atkinson, New Hampshire, didn't like the cracking and settlement in their garage. They planned on staying in this home for a while and didn't want to look at the issue for the next several years. Our design specialist John examined the garage and recommended using PolyLevel to eliminate the settlement. 

Our production team first drilled 1/2" port holes in a grid pattern around the garage floor. Next, the team set up the Poly rig and began filling void by systematically injecting PolyLevel into each port hole. Our team performed a lifting procedure in some areas in the garage to lift the slab back up to its original height. Finally, after all the PolyLevel was complete the team used NexusPro to seal all of the cracks in the slab. 

The homeowner was happy the slab was returned to what they remember. 

Homeowner Wanted to Level Garage Floor, Auburn, NH

A homeowner in Auburn, New Hampshire, had lived in this home since 2005 and started noticing in 2021 that the garage slab is sinking. Our design specialist Michael looked at the garage floor and recommended using PolyLevel to lift and level the sunk part of the slab. 

Our production team drilled 1/2" port holes in a grid pattern every couple of feet to ensure we get a consistent lift around the garage slab. The team worked their way around to each port hole filling them until they get the lift they desired to level the slab.

The team lifted and leveled the sinking slab, and made sure the homeowner was happy with the project. 

Pool Deck is Cracking, Plaistow, NH

A homeowner in Plaistow, New Hampshire, had installed a pool at their home four years ago. Two years ago, they noticed the concrete around their pool started to crack. The homeowner is upset that the concrete has only lasted a couple of years before something has gone wrong. Our design specialist Brian examined the concrete around the pool and found a 4' crack near the stairs of the pool. Brian recommended installing NexusPro on all control joints and in the crack near the stairs to stop water from flowing beneath the concrete. The flow of water underneath the concrete can cause the soil to be washed away, which can cause the slab to be left unsupported. 

To ensure water doesn't travel under the concrete, our production team led by Tyler will seal all 107' feet of control joints and cracks around the pool. The NexusPro will help to guide water off the concrete so the water doesn't wash away the soil. 

Stamped Concrete Patio is Sinking, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, had a stamped concrete pool patio that is sinking. The patio had been poured at two different times and the concrete is sinking where the two batches of concrete meet. The homeowner would like to have the concrete lifted to eliminate any tripping hazards. Our design specialist Isaac examined the concrete patio and recommended installing PolyLevel to lift the stamped concrete. 

Our production team first created small port holes in the area where the concrete is sinking. The team then used PolyLevel to lift each section of concrete until they were level. After the slabs were leveled, the team used universal concrete to seal the port holes. The homeowner was happy with the results of the project. They are relieved that they don't have to worry about anyone tripping. 

Sinking and Cracking Foundation, Epping, NH

A homeowner in Epping, New Hampshire, had cracking and sinking on the back corner of their home. The homeowners were the original owners of the home that was built in the mid-1990s. A couple of years ago they started to notice a sinkhole behind their home, and the sinkhole was progressively getting bigger. Not long after they noticed the sinkhole they found a crack in the foundation wall. The homeowners wanted to make sure the problem doesn't get worse so they reached out to some foundation repair companies. Our design specialist Nate examined the sinkhole and found 3/4" of settlement in the back part of the home. Nate recommended installing Interior Push Piers, PolyLevel, and Injection Crack Sealant to stabilize the foundation and prevent further settlement. 

Our team led by Matt C. started by chipping out sections of concrete at the base of the walls. After the concrete was chipped the team dug to the footing of the foundation. Once they found the footing, they chipped out some of the concrete to mount the push pier bracket to the footing. Once the three brackets were mounted to the footing the team then used a hydraulic press to push 3' sections of steel into the ground until sufficient pressure was achieved. After the Push Piers are pressurized correctly, the team filled dirt over the piers and poured concrete to replace the concrete they chipped out. As the concrete is curing the team sealed the cracks in the foundation wall using Injection Crack Sealant. The last part of the job was to install PolyLevel. Our PolyLevel team led by Nick M. installed Poly under the basement slab to fill the void under the slab in the basement. The homeowner was happy to know that their home won't settle anymore. 

Radon Mitigation System, Salem, NH

A homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire, had just purchased a home and was concerned about radon. They hadn't moved into the home yet because one of the homeowners had a pre-existing condition that required them to have a radon mitigation system installed in their home. Our design specialist dropped off a Continuous Radon Monitoring (CRM) Device to test for radon in their home. The results from the test average were around 5 pCi/L with lows of 2 and highs of 10. Our design specialist recommended installing a radon mitigation system in the home. 

Our radon team installed a radon mitigation system into the home. They had begun the installation by chipping out a small section of the basement slab to install a radon pipe. The team connected the radon pipe to the radon fan and more PVC piping to vent the radon above the roofline of the home. To ensure that radon doesn't seep through the floor the homeowners were tasked with filling the oil line in the basement to seal the floor. 

The homeowners were very pleased with the installation of the radon mitigation system. The system was crucial for them to move into their new home.

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Porch is Sinking More Every Year, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, had a porch that was sinking more and more every year. For the past five summers, the homeowners have jacked up their porch to try and stop it from sinking. The homeowner also noticed a large void under the edge of their pool deck that they would like filled. The homeowner wanted to find a permanent solution. Our design specialist Michael Bradley recommended using EZ Posts to support the porch and PolyLevel to fill void under the pool deck. 

Our production team began by installing 5 EZ Posts to support the porch. The team removed the concrete piers from the 3 supports in the front and one support from each side. The team replaced the concrete piers with essentially a giant screw. The team used a hydraulic drive head to twist the screw into the ground until sustainable pressure is found. The EZ post is then attached to the wooden support of the porch. After the EZ post were installed, the team moved on to fill the void under the pool deck. The team used the poly spray gun to free spray the void under the pool deck. Once the poly is sprayed out of the gun it rapidly expands to several times its size filling the area it was sprayed into in no time. 

The homeowner was very happy that they don't have to do yearly maintenance on their porch anymore.

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Support Main Floor, Exeter, NH

A homeowner in Exeter, New Hampshire, moved into their home 4 years ago and had made some upgrades to the home. They know that they added a significant amount of weight with the upgrades they made to the home. They reached out to EFS to see if the floor system would be able to support the weight they have added. Our design specialist Chris Greenwood recommended bolstering the floor system so the homeowners didn't have to worry about the floor system. 

Our production team installed 3 new SmartJacks into the basement. They added one near the stairs down to the basement and replaced two old lally columns with SmartJacks. The team started by chipping out a section of concrete until they reached dirt. Once the concrete is removed the team poured new concrete to make a base for the SmartJack to rest on. Once the concrete cured the team placed the SJ on the base and secured it to the beam above. After the SJ is secured, the team poured concrete over the base to lock the SmartJack into place. 

Our team installed the 3 SmartJacks into the basement of the home to strengthen the floor system. The homeowners were happy that they didn't have to worry about if the floor system was strong enough to hold the upgrade they have made. 

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Water Entering Basement During Heavy Rain, Hampton, NH

A homeowner in Hampton, New Hampshire, had water coming into their basement during heavy rains. The homeowners wanted to find a lasting fix so unexpected water doesn't continue to appear in the basement. Our design specialist Stephen recommended installing a small section of WaterGuard, a SuperSump, and an IceGuard in the basement.

Our WaterProofing team began by chipping out 13' of concrete along the foundation wall. This trench created by the team will hold the WaterGuard. The WaterGuard collects any water that had tried to enter the basement. In the back corner of the basement, there was an old sump pump basin that the team was going to use for the new sump pump. The team increased the size of the old sump pump basin to make room for the larger SuperSump. The SuperSump was connected to the WaterGuard System. So water will collect in the WaterGuard and that water will be guided to the SuperSump to be pumped out of the home. To pump the water out of the home the team used a core drill to create a hole in the wall. The team installed the drainage line through the hole they created with the core drill. On the outside of the home where the drainage line comes out, the team installed an IceGuard to protect from water backing up into the basement. The team then connected the rest of the drainage line into the yard so the water won't come back into the basement. 

The homeowners were happy with the waterproofing system installed in their basement. The homeowners don't have to worry about water entering their basement anymore. 

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Cracked and Sunken Pool Deck, Windham, NH

A homeowner in Windham, New Hampshire, had a pool deck that was 40 years old and was showing its age. The pool deck had become cracked and sunken since it was installed in the 1980s. The homeowners planned to use this home as their retirement home. They wanted to improve the appearance of the pool deck so they called EFS. Our design specialist Michael B. recommended installing PolyLevel and NexusPro around the pool deck to lift, level, and seal the cracks on the pool deck. 

Our production team first started by drilling small port holes in a grid pattern around the pool deck. The team used the port holes to inject PolyLevel under the pool deck. Short bursts of PolyLevel allowed the team to slowly and precisely lift each slab until they were level. After the team lifted and leveled all of the slabs around the pool, they then moved to use NexusPro to seal the joints and crack repair. The team had to use almost 500 feet of NexusPro to seal all of the joints and cracks on the pool deck.

The team was able to lift, level, and seal the pool deck to improve its appearance. The homeowner no longer has to worry about the pool deck sinking. 

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Water Enters Basement Periodically, Salem, NH

A homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire, had been referred to us by a past customer. The homeowner thought they had some settlement and waterproofing issues so their friend recommended EFS. Our design specialist Chris inspected the home for settlement and waterproofing. Chris didn't find anything concerning about the foundation but the homeowner also wanted to address water entering their basement, so Chris recommended installing WaterGuard and a TripleSafe. 

Our production team began by chipping out the concrete around the perimeter of the basement. The team chipped out 119' of concrete so they could install WaterGuard into the basement. After the team chipped out all of the concrete, they began to lay the WaterGuard in the trench at the base of the wall. The team connected each section of WaterGuard until all 119' was linked with the perimeter drain. After the WaterGuard was complete, the team installed the TripleSafe sump pump. The TripleSafe is connected to the perimeter drain so any water that entered the WaterGuard will run down into the Triplesafe basin and then when the water gets high enough in the basin the pump will push the water outside via the drainage line. Once the WaterGuard and TripleSafe are linked up the team covered the WaterGuard and around the basin of the TripleSafe with concrete to conceal the system. 

The homeowner was very happy their friend referred a quality company to address the concerns in their home. The homeowner no longer has to worry about water entering their home. 

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Water Entering Finished Condo Basement, Exeter, NH

An owner of a condo in Exter, New Hampshire, recently had water in their basement after a rainstorm. The homeowner had a Star Wars collection that they would like to protect from water intrusion in the basement. Our design specialist Brian recommended installing WaterGuard, TripleSafe, and IceGuard in the basement to protect their collection from potential water damage. 

Our production team began by chipping out the base of the wall where the water entered the basement. Next, the team installed the WaterGuard into the trench and pitched them toward the sump pump. After the WaterGuard was pitched, the team installed the TripleSafe into a basin that the team had dug out. After the team set the TripleSafe in the basin the team plumbed the sump pump and the drainage line together. Connected to the drainage line was an IceGuard, the IceGuard will prevent water from backing up into the basement from the drainage line freezing or somehow clogging. After everything was plumbed and installed, the team poured concrete over the WaterGuard and around the TripleSafe basin. 

The homeowner is relieved that the system that EFS installed stops water from collecting the in the finished basement of the condo. The homeowner is thankful they no longer have to worry about water ruining their collection. 

Detached Garage in Condo Association Had Cracking and Sinking Concrete, Hampton, NH

A condo association had a detached garage with 3 bays that the concrete inside of them was sinking and cracking. The condos were built in 2001 and in 2010 some of the tenants that use the garages noticed the concrete started to crack and sink. The tenants notified the condo association and they put it off for a couple of years. After a decade of the sinking and cracking being brought up by tenants, the condo association decided to repair the garage bays. Our design specialist Brian recommended installing PolyLevel and NexusPro into the garage to lift, level, and seal the concrete. 

Our production team began by drilling port holes in a grid pattern throughout the concrete. The team used the portholes to inject PolyLevel underneath the concrete to lift and level the slab. The team used short bursts of poly to lift the concrete slowly and precisely. Once the team lifted and leveled the entire slab they then transitioned into sealing all of the cracks using NexusPro. The team used a motorized caulking gun to push NexusPro into the cracks in the concrete. The team sealed about 57' of cracks around the garage to cover all of the cracks. 

The condo association and its tenants are happy with the results of the project. They both no longer had to worry about sinking and cracking concrete in their garages. 

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Block Foundation Wall Bowing, Salem, NH

A homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire, had lived in their home for the past 30 years. The home was built in the 1950s and had a concrete block foundation. Over the years the homeowner had noticed the block foundation wall start to look its age, the mortar was starting to come loose and the wall had begun to bow. Finally, after watching the wall get worse over the years, the homeowners decided to call someone to take a look at the foundation. Our design specialist Jason recommended replacing a section of the block foundation wall with a new masonry wall. 

Our masonry team began the project by adding temporary support to the foundation. The temporary supports will support the home when the team removed the wall. After the supports were installed the team began excavating the dirt away from the foundation until they reached the footing of the wall. Once they reached the footing of the wall the team started removing the foundation wall. The team fully removed the wall and hauled away the debris so they could start making the new masonry wall. The first step to begin making the masonry wall is to pour a footing where the team can lay the first row of blocks. After the first row of blocks was installed, the masonry blocks were laid one by one until the wall was finished. After the team laid all of the blocks they installed SentrySeal to waterproof the masonry wall. Once the waterproofing was installed, the team backfilled the dirt that they excavated. During our team's time at this home, the crew noticed that one of the walls that were connected to the wall that they were building seemed to be bowing. Our crew notified the homeowner and recommended to them to have us install PowerBraces. The homeowner felt like it was important to the stability of their home to have the PowerBraces installed. After the team completed the masonry wall, they moved to the adjacent wall and installed 5 PowerBraces on the wall. The PowerBraces are mounted to the base of the wall and then into the floor joists. The team used a special bracket which allowed them to brace the wall using the home as leverage. After the team installed the PowerBraces, the job was completed. 

The homeowner was very happy with the results of the project. They no longer have to worry about the foundation of their home bowing anymore. 

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Failed Support Under Kitchen Cabinets Causing Sagging, Hampton, NH

A homeowner in Hampton, New Hampshire, now possessed their mother's home of 30 years. The home was built in the 1920s and for 5 years the homeowner noticed the floor was sagging near the cabinets in the kitchen. The homeowner might be planning the home in a few years, so they wanted to correct the floors for when the time comes they could place the home on the market. Our design specialist recommended installing SmartJacks in the crawlspace under the home to add support under the kitchen and to the main beam. 

Our production team began by removing the supports that are failing. Next, the team laid down some engineered fill to add support to our SmartJacks. Our team used our big plate SmartJacks. The big plate SJs use a larger footplate than our normal one. Our team installed 2 SmartJacks underneath the kitchen and one further down the main beam. The team connected the SmartJacks to the beam with long screws and used the adjustable top to lift the main beam. The team lifted the beam enough to level the floors of the home. 

The homeowner was happy that the floors are now supported. They now can decide whether they wanted to sell the home yet or not. 

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High Radon Levels, Townsend, MA

The homeowner of a Townsend home, built in 1983, tested their radon levels with a charcoal kit. The test results were processed and provided by Alpha Energy Labs, and the levels were found to be high, in the 10 to 11pCi/L. They reached out to our experts at Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free estimate and design of an effective radon mitigation system. Their main concern was the health of their family, as they spent time in their partially finished basement. For peace of mind and safety, they wanted to install the radon mitigation system to lower their levels to below 4.0 pCi/l.

Newer Home Has Cracking In Their Foundation, Statham, NH

A homeowner in Stratham, New Hampshire, was the first owner of the home built in 2018. 4 years later the homeowner found some cracking in their foundation wall. The homeowner wanted to make sure the young home was protected. The homeowner also planned to finish the basement soon but wanted to make sure the foundation was secure before doing so. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection, and our design specialist recommended installing 8 PowerBraces again the cracking 4-foot foundation wall in the basement. 

Our production team began by installing L Brackets near the base of the foundation wall. The team used large concrete screws to anchor the L brackets in place. After the brackets were installed the team began installing the top brackets. The top brackets were installed in between the floor joist. The brackets tighten from the top and the homeowner can tighten the brackets over time to straighten the wall. Each PowerBrace was installed and tightened to stabilize the wall. 

The homeowner was happy that they no longer have to worry about their foundation wall. They can now plan to finish their basement. 

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Brick Columns In Basement Need To Be Replaced, Portsmouth, NH

A homeowner in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, recently purchased a home that was built in 1900. The home had unlevel floors that they would like to repair and the basement had brick columns that the homeowner would like to have replaced. The homeowner reached out to EFS for a free inspection, and our design specialist recommended replacing the brick columns with SmartJacks to stabilize and level the floors above.

Our team began by setting up temporary posts around the basement. After the temp posts were installed, the team began removing the brick columns from the basement. Next, the team chipped out the concrete where the old brick supports were installed. Once a section of concrete was removed the team dug down and set rebar into the hole. After, the team created a base for the SmartJack by pouring concrete into the hole with the rebar. The team let the concrete cure before installing the SmartJacks. When the concrete was cured the team secured the SmartJack to the beam above and the footing onto the newly cured concrete base. Once the team made sure the SmartJacks are leveled, they poured concrete over the footings to lock them into place. Once all of the SmartJacks were installed the team used the adjustable top to lift on the beam and level the floor.

The homeowners were very pleased with the SmartJacks installation. The homeowners no longer have to worry about the supports in their basement failing. 

Radon Mitigation and Water Proofing Installation, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, had been living in their home for the past 20 years. Since they moved in the homeowners have noticed water entering their basement. They never thought it was that big of an issue since it would only happen during periods of a lot of rain but no the homeowners just want to repair it. Along with the water coming into the basement, the homeowners think that they have high radon levels in their homes and would like to have a radon mitigation system installed. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection, and our design specialist recommended installing a Radon Mitigation System, UltraSump with IceGuard XL, and Flexispan into the basement to reduce the radon and water collecting in the basement. 

Our team began by sealing the crack in the basement with the Flexispan. The Flexispan will cover the crack and create a channel that collects the water that enters through that crack. The team chips out a small section of the concrete to make drainage so the water will never enter the basement. After the Flexispan was set up, the team then moved on to installing the UltraSump and IceGuard XL in the basement. The team first created a basin for the UltraSump by chipping out some concrete and digging out enough dirt to set the basin in the hole. Once the UltraSump fit into the hole, the team began plumbing the sump pump to the exterior of the home. The team finished plumbing the exterior of the home and connected the IceGuard XL to the plumbing. The IceGuard will prevent water from backing up the drainage line causing it back up into the basement. Following the installation of the UltraSump the team began setting up the radon mitigation system. The team first created the extraction point in a predetermined location in the basement. The team drilled through the concrete and connected the PVC pipe to the extraction point to start collecting radon-filled air. The team then fed the PVC piping out to the exterior of the home. The team then installed the Radon Fan to the exterior of the home and attached the radon pipe to the fan and then vented the system above the roof of the home. This will ensure that no radon can re-enter the home. 

Radon and Waterproofing Concerns, Portsmouth, NH

A homeowner in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, had some radon and waterproofing concerns in their home. The home had a finished basement and a 5.5ft tall crawlspace with crushed stone along the floor. The homeowner was worried that the crushed stone would allow moisture and radon into the crawlspace and the rest of the home. Our design specialist recommended installing a radon mitigation system with 2 extraction points and then encapsulating the crawlspace with Draining Matting and CleanSpace. 

Our team began by determining the location of the two extraction points for the radon mitigation system. The team installed one extraction point in the crawlspace and one in the finished basement. After they made the extraction points they began to connect PVC to the extraction point and run the PVC pipe to the exterior of the home. Once the PVC pipe was directed to the exterior of the home the team began to install the radon fan to the exterior of the home. After the team secured the fan to the siding of the home the team connected the PVC pipe to the radon fan and vented the system above the roofline. 

Next, the team began laying down Drainage Matting to start the encapsulation process of the crawlspace. The Drainage Matting will allow water and air to freely travel underneath the encapsulation but not enter the crawlspace. After the matting was installed the team then began installing the CleanSpace over it. The team used a combination of sheets of CleanSpace and CleanSpace Tape to encapsulate the entire crawlspace.

The homeowner was happy their radon and waterproofing needs were met. The homeowners no longer have to worry about radon and water/ moisture getting into the basement/ crawlspace. 

Sloping Kitchen Floors, Epping, NH

A homeowner in Epping, New Hampshire, had recently purchased their home about a month ago. About two weeks into owning the home the new homeowner noticed sloping in their kitchen floor. They hadn't noticed the sloping in their previous walkthroughs of the home. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their home, and our design specialists recommended installing 6 Helical Piers and PolyLevel to the back left portion of the home. 

Our team first began by removing dirt from the back left of the home to expose the footing of the foundation wall. After the footing was exposed the team began sending Helical screws into the dirt below the home until they reached sufficient pressure to support the home. The team then slipped the Helical Pier into the Helical Pier Brackets and secured the bracket to the footing using large bolts. After all of the brackets were secured with the Helical Piers the team then free-sprayed PolyLevel over the brackets. Once the team finished with the PolyLevel, the team backfilled the dirt back into the hole. 

The homeowner was happy with the results of the project. They no longer have to worry about their kitchen sloping anymore. 

Bulkhead Replacement, Derry, NH

The owner of a duplex in Derry, New Hampshire, has owned the duplex for 12 years. The duplex was built in the 1980s and they noticed the Bulkhead door that leads into the split basement had seen better days. The owners would like to replace the bulkhead door, so they decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our design specialist measured the bulkhead opening and recommended a bulkhead for the owners. 

Our production team began by removing the old bulkhead from the duplex. After the old bulkhead was removed the team then began to set up the new bulkhead. The team installed the bulkhead and made sure it was secured and sealed correctly. 

The owners were happy with the look of the new bulkhead. 

Mitigate Radon and Water Before Finishing Basement, Portsmouth, NH

A homeowner in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, had finished building their home in 2013 and moved in right after it was complete. The homeowners realized shortly after moving in that water was seeping into the basement and they were concerned about radon levels. The homeowners wanted to finish their basement so they could have more useable space but needed to make sure the water and radon weren't going to ruin the finished basement. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our design specialist recommended installing a Radon Mitigation System, NexusPro, A SaniDry, UltraSump, and IceGuard in the basement to prevent water and radon from seeping in. 

Our production team began by setting up the UltraSump to be installed. The team chipped out a small section of concrete and removed some dirt so they could fit the UltraSump basin. Once the UltraSump was installed the team then poured concrete around the basin to lock it in place. As the concrete was curing the team used a core drill to make the extraction point for the radon system. Once the extraction point was made the team then attached a PVC pipe to the extraction point. The PVC pipe was fed to the exterior of the home where the radon fan will be installed. The team installed the radon fan on the exterior of the home and connected the PVC pipe to the fan so the radon air collected from beneath the slab can be sent out into the open air to dissipate. After the radon system was installed the team began installing the IceGuard and the drainage line connected to the UltraSump. The team attached the IceGuard to the beginning of the drainage line and then made sure the line extended 10' away from the home. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the project. They won't have to worry about water and radon ruining their basement once they finish it. 

Water Entering Finished Basement, Manchester, NH

A homeowner in Manchester, New Hampshire, had vertical cracks in their foundation that were allowing water into their finished basement. The homeowner was tired of vacuuming up water on their floors. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our design specialist recommended installing a new TripleSafe, WaterGuard, and IceGuard into the basement to collect any water that entered. 

Our production team began by chipping out a small trench at the base of the foundation wall spanning 13 feet long. In this trench, the team installed WaterGuard to collect the water entering the basement from the wall/floor. Then, connected to the WaterGuard, the team installed a TripleSafe sump pump. With the sump pump installed the team covered the WaterGuard and TripleSafe with a layer of concrete to cover the system to prevent any tripping hazard. The TripleSafe will collect the water from the perimeter drain and collects it in the sump pump basin until there was enough water for the pump to turn on and expel the water through the drainage line. From the sump pump, the team used a series of PVC pipes to the exterior of the home. Once outside, the team installed an IceGuard to the drainage line to prevent water from backing up into the basement. The team continued the drainage line for 10' so water can seep back into the basement through the ground. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the system that EFS installed.

ERV Installation, Portsmouth, NH

A homeowner in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, lived in an 1880s home for the past 10 years. Earlier this year, the homeowner's were worried about the air quality in their house. They had a radon mitigation system installed but still felt like the air quality in their home could be better. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our design specialist Chris Greenwood recommended installing an ERV system and a SaniDry into the basement to improve the air quality in their home. 

The production team began by mounting the ERV system to the wall in the basement. After it was mounted the team then set up the 4 outlets/intakes. After the outlets and intakes were installed the team then moved on to installing the SaniDry Sedona in the basement. 

The ERV will bring fresh air into the home and remove old stale air while the SaniDry will keep the humidity in the home at a comfortable level. 

The homeowners were pleased with the results of the installation. They are confident the air in their home is the best it's ever been. 

Foundation Wall Bowing Inward, Raymond, NH

A homeowner in Raymond, New Hampshire, lived in a home built in 2004. They recently purchased the home in June 2022, and the previous owners mentioned that the septic tank wasn't buried deep enough into the ground at the front of the house. This caused the front foundation wall to experience high pressure resulting in an inward lean as well as a horizontal crack in the foundation wall. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free foundation inspection. Our design specialist Jason recommended installing PowerBraces to the foundation wall and using Crack Injection to seal the horizontal crack. 

Our production team began by marking where each PowerBrace will be installed. Before they could install the PowerBraces the team had to first seal the horizontal foundation crack. The team used Our crack injection formula to seal the crack in the foundation wall. After the cracks were sealed the team began installing the PowerBraces. The foundation wall was 10' tall so our team with use our extra tall 10' PowerBraces to support the wall. To set up the PowerBraces the team first installed an L bracket a couple of inches away from the wall where each of the PowerBraces was slated to be installed. After the L bracket was installed the team used a ladder to then install the top bracket of the PowerBrace. The bracket will provide the pressure needed to support and straighten the wall. Once the bracket was installed the team then installed the 10' PowerBrace in between the L bracket and the wall and into the top bracket. After both ends were secured the team then began to tighten the top bracket of each PowerBrace to begin straightening the wall. The team installed a total of 18 10' PowerBraces to the front and back foundation walls.

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project and were relieved that they no longer have to worry about their foundation walls anymore.  

Garage Items Need Protection from Water, Newington, NH

A homeowner in Newington, New Hampshire, has water entering their garage. The homeowner found that water was entering the garage from the control joints. The water was threatening to damage personal belongings in the garage. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Jason recommended installing WaterGuard and a SuperSump to collect any water entering the garage and then using NexusPro to seal the control joints on the garage floor.

Our production team began by chipping out concrete on the right wall of the garage to install the WaterGuard so it can collect water and direct it to the sump pump. After the WaterGuard and SuperSump were installed the team then covered them in a thin layer of concrete to conceal them. Next, the team plumbed the sump pump and installed the drainage line to the exterior of the garage. Once the entire system was set up the team then used NexusPro to seal the joints in the concrete. The NexusPro will prevent water from seeping onto the garage floors. 

With the system installed the homeowners haven't seen any water entering the garage anymore. 

Garage Items Need Protection from Water, Newington, NH - Photo 1
Wet Basement Walls, East Kingston, NH

This home in East Kingston, NH had a lawn sprinkler system installed which required drilling several holes into the poured concrete foundation walls. Pipes ran through these holes and out into the lawn on the exterior. Over the years, the homeowner noticed during heavy rain storms that water would trickle in through these holes in between the pipes and the concrete. He wanted a solution to keep the water from pooling on his basement floor in this area.

 

Our team proposed and installed SentrySeal and FlexiSpan crack seal. The SentrySeal vapor barrier was installed on the exterior of the home, and application with a very strong adhesive that prevents moisture from penetrating the space behind it. In order to install the barrier, the team did some light excavation on the exterior of the home. Once installed, this was backfilled back to existing conditions. 

 

Lastly, the homeowner also wanted to control the humidity levels in his basement, and so our team also installed a SaniDry dehumidifier system, the best on the market.  

 

With a dry basement and humidity levels under control, this homeowner was very pleased with the outcome. 

1800s Home Needed Sloping Floors Repaired, Exeter, NH

A homeowner recently purchased a home from their mother-in-law in Exeter, New Hampshire. The home was originally built in 1811 but the first family members moved in around the 1930s. The new homeowners were worried about the supports in the basement, the floors were sloping and seemed to be causing damage to the finished work around the home. The new homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Liam recommended installing 10 SmartJacks into the basement to add support, lift, and level the floors. 

Our production team began by mapping out where each support will be installed. After the location of each support was figured out the team then started to chip out sections of the concrete floor for our footings to be installed. Once the team chipped out all of the concrete that they needed, the team then installed 10 footings and made sure to level them. After the footings were installed and leveled the team cut 10 galvanized steel beams to size so they would fit just below the beam in the basement. Once all the beams were cut and installed, the team then connected the adjustable top bracket to the steel beam and then to the support beam. After the top brackets were installed the team then began tightening the adjustable top bracket to slowly push upward on the beams above. Tightening allows the brackets will eventually lift the floor and reduce the slope in the floor. After the floors were in the correct position the team then poured concrete over the footings of each SmartJack to lock them into place and eliminate any tripping hazards. 

The homeowner was amazed at the installation of the SmartJack System. 

Sloping Floors Noticed During Purchase, Newmarket, NH

A home in Newmarket, New Hampshire, had recently been purchased. Before the new homeowner moved in they found a slope on the main level of their home. They have a plan in the future to finish the area on the main floor but needed to make sure the floors could handle it. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection of the floor system in their crawlspace. Our Design Specialist found that each beam in the floor sloped approximately an inch. They recommended replacing the wooden supports in the crawlspace with SmartJacks. 

Our production team planned to install 11 SmartJacks in the crawlspace. We started by setting up temporary support so we could remove the old wooden supports. After the wood supports were removed and the temps were installed the team began creating level footings for our SmartJacks to rest on. The team dug a hole that was 24"x 24"x 24" and then filled the hole with engineered fill, rebar, and concrete. Once cured the team installed our SmartJacks over the footing and connected it to the beam above. They repeated this process 10 more times until they were all installed. Once installed the team can use the adjustable top to lift on the floor above to lift and level it. After everything was installed and set in place the team then cast concrete over the footings. 

The homeowner was pleased with the installation of the SmartJacks. They now felt confident in the floors so they could install the upgrades they planned on doing. 

Sloping Floors Noticed During Purchase, Newmarket, NH - Photo 1
Push Piers Installed, Exeter, NH

This homeowner in Exeter, New Hampshire, recently became an empty nester and they planned on remodeling their home. A couple of years ago the homeowner noticed that their home felt to be on a tilt. They reached out to the foundation experts (EFS) and met with our Design Specialist John. John found that the foundation of the home had sunk around 6 inches. The homeowner wanted to build a giant model train set in the basement. They wanted to make sure the basement was safe. John recommended using Push Piers, PolyLevel, and NexusPro to address the foundation concerns, and having SmartJacks, and Concentric Piers to stabilize the interior of the basement. Additionally, since the homeowner will be spending a lot of time in the basement he recommended installing a Radon Mitigation System to reduce the radon levels. 

Our production team installed 18 Push Piers around the perimeter of the home's foundation. Next, the team used PolyLevel to lift up the slab of the corner of the home that had sunk 6 inches. After the team moved into the basement and they installed 1 SmartJack and 1 Concentric Pier into the basement to add stability in the basement so the homeowners can fully finish their basement. Lastly, the team installed an extraction point in the slab and installed a radon fan to the exterior of the home to pull radon gas from below the home. 

The homeowner was very happy with the results of the project. They will start finishing their basement soon so they can design their model train set in the basement. 

Cracked Garage Apron, Derry, NH

A homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire, had moved into their home at the beginning of 2022. The house was built in late 2021 and after living in it for almost a year they noticed a crack in their garage and the garage apron was deteriorating. The homeowners wanted to preserve their new home and prevent things from getting worse. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist recommended repairing the apron and sealing the apron. 

Our production team began by chipping out the apron of the garage. After the old apron was removed the team then set up a form to pour a new one. Once they poured and smoothed the apron they had to wait for it to cure, so they then used NexusPro to seal the crack in the garage. To prevent any further cracking the team injected some PolyLevel under the garage slab to fill any voids under the concrete. 

The homeowners were very happy with the results of the project. They don't have to worry about their garage deteriorating anymore. The homeowner can now focus on keeping the rest of their home in good condition for years to come. 

FlexiSpan Installed, Hampton, NH

A homeowner in Hampton, New Hampshire, was selling the home but had some cracks in the foundation wall. They have seen some water entering the cracks so they wanted to get in front of them before they place the home on the market. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist John recommended installing FlexiSpan over the foundation crack. 

Our production team began by cleaning out any debris from within the crack. Next, they line around the crack with duct tape and then covered the crack with a membrane that won't allow water to enter the basement. Next, they chipped out a section of concrete at the bottom of the crack so water could drain under the home. Next, the team sealed the membrane on the foundation wall so no water could penetrate the basement. 

Our homeowners were pleased with the results of the project. They were now able to put their home on the market without having to explain the foundation crack in their basement. 

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Garage Slab Leveling, Auburn, NH

A homeowner in Auburn, New Hampshire, had work done by EFS in 2021. In 2021 our team installed Geolocks to the rear of the garage to stabilize the foundation. Our team had also recommended using PolyLevel to fill any void under the garage slab to prevent movement, but the homeowners opted against it. Now two years since our team installed the Geolocks in the garage the homeowners have noticed a shift in the garage. The homeowner decided to call EFS to come out for a new inspection. Our Design Specialist/ Project Manager Nate looked at the garage and recommended the same thing that was recommended in 2021: to fill the void and level the garage slab using PolyLevel. 

Our production team installed PolyLevel under the slab in the garage. They drilled port holes into the garage slab and then injected PolyLevel through the port hole to fill the void and level the garage slab. 

The homeowners were kicking themselves for not having the PolyLevel installed the first time around but they were delighted with the installation by EFS and the crew. The production team installed the PolyLevel in the garage within one day and they were able to park their car in the garage that night. 

Rusty Lally Columns Needed to be Replaced, Rye, NH

A homeowner in Rye, New Hampshire, had lived in their home for the past decade. Six or seven years ago they had noticed the lone lally column in their garage was showing its age and looking rusty. The father of one of the homeowners told them they needed to call someone to replace the lally columns for them. So the homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Jason recommended replacing the lone lally column with a new one. 

Our production team began by removing the old rusted lally column. They then chipped out a 2' x 2' section of concrete to they could place the new lally column below the concrete. The team installed the lally column and then surrounded the base of the lally with engineered fill and rebar. Engineered Fill and Rebar, paired with covering the base of the lally column with concrete will lock it in place. 

The homeowner was very pleased with how quick the entire process was. The team was in and out within a matter of hours. 

Brick and Mortar Deterioration, Cambridge, MA

A homeowner in Cambridge, Massachusetts, had lived in their home for the past 44 years. Recently their daughter moved back into the home and noticed mortar and brick deterioration and was worried about the effects it could have on the entire home. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist recommended installing 5 SmartJacks with 3 of them supporting a Supplemental beam. 

Our production team began by marking where each of the 5 SmartJacks will be installed. Once each spot is located the team then chipped a section of concrete where each footing will be installed. Our team then installed our big footing beneath the concrete. Once the footing was placed in the dirt under the concrete the team installed the SmartJack and Supplemental beam to the floor system above. They made sure to level the footing and SmartJack before pouring concrete over them to lock them in place. 

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project. The project was completed within a couple of days and the crew left their home cleaner than they found it. 

Vertical Crack Allowing Water Into Basement, Northwood, NH

A homeowner in Northwood, New Hampshire, recently purchased their home and noticed water coming through vertical cracks in the basement. When it rained the homeowner felt like they had to check the basement every couple of hours to make sure it wasn't going to flood. The home wanted some piece of mind back and decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist John recommended installing Flexispan over two cracks and installing PowerBraces to the foundation wall to add stability to the foundation wall against hydrostatic pressure. 

Our production team began by installing our FlexiSpan over the cracks in the foundation. The FlexiSpan will cover the crack and move with it to ensure no water can enter the basement. After the cracks were covered, the team moved on to installing the PowerBraces to the foundation wall to strengthen the wall against hydrostatic pressure. The PowerBraces were mounted at the base of the wall using an L bracket and then the upper bracket was installed in the floor joists to tighten or loosen the Powerbraces depending on the force needed to straighten the wall. 

The homeowners were happy with the results of the project. They call in about waterproofing and receive an in-depth solution that addresses their concerns and more. 

 

Cracks in Basement Now Spreading to Garage, Deerfield, NH

A homeowner in Deerfield, New Hampshire, has lived in their home since 2007. Shortly after moving into the home, they noticed the cracks in the basement slab. After living in the home for about 15 years they have seen the cracks find their way into the garage. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist James recommended installing PolyLevel throughout the basement and the garage to fill the void under the slabs. James suggested using NexusPro to seal all of the cracks in the slabs throughout the basement and garage but the homeowners only wanted to seal the cracks in the garage. 

Our team used our PolyLevel Truck to inject foam underneath the slab in the basement and the garage. The PolyLevel was injected beneath the slabs in a grid pattern this will ensure no void under the concrete will go unfilled. After the team filled the void beneath the basement and garage the team then sealed all of the cracks in the garage.

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project. They could feel an immediate difference under the concrete before our team even finished the job. 

Water Entering Basement During Heavy Rains, Danville, NH

A homeowner in Danville, New Hampshire, had water entering the basement during heavy rains and snowmelt periods. The homeowner has noticed this problem since they moved into their home last September. They want to keep their basement dry and repair it before the problem before it gets worse. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist James recommended installing WaterGuard and a SuperSump with an IceGuard to prevent water from entering the basement. 

Our team began by chipping out 65' around the perimeter of the basement that was allowing water in. After the concrete was chipped out the team installed the WaterGuard around the perimeter of the basement where they chipped out the concrete. At the lowest point in the basement, the team chipped out a larger section of concrete so we could install a SuperSump. The SuperSump will collect any water from the WaterGuard and pump it outside the home. The sump pump was plumbed to the outside of the home where the team installed an IceGuard which will prevent the drainage line from backing up into the basement. After the system was tested and everything worked correctly the team then covered the WaterGuard and around the SuperSump to protect them.

The homeowner was very happy they no longer have to worry about water in their basement after heavy rains or snowmelt. 

Water Entering Basement Through Bulkhead, Derry, NH

A homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for the past 13 years. About 2 years ago the homeowners have noticed water entering their basement from their bulkhead. They tried to repair the issue themselves with a bandaid fix but less than a year later the fix didn't hold up. Now the homeowners would like to find a permanent fix so they reached out to EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist Victor inspected the basement and recommended using a combination of WaterGuard, TrenchGuard, CleanSpace, and an UltraSump to collect any water that enters the basement. 

Our installation team began by installing our UltraSump on the wall next to the bulkhead. The team chipped out some concrete and removed some dirt so they could install the sump pump flush with the floor. Then they plumbed the sump to the exterior of the home and installed an IceGuard and an exterior drainage line too. Next, the team chipped out the perimeter of the bulkhead and along the wall that the bulkhead was on so we can install our WaterGuard against the walls to collect any water. The WaterGuard will all lead back to the UltraSump so it can send the water out of the basement. Additionally, on the bulkhead walls, the team installed CleanSpace to direct the water to the WaterGuard which will be sent to the UltraSump. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the project. They haven't seen any water in their basement since EFS installed the perimeter drainage system. 

Beach Front Home Needs New Support in Basement, Hampton, NH

A beach home in Hampton, New Hampshire, was purchased in August 2022. After owning the home for over a year they have noticed sagging in the main floors of their home. They wanted a company to come out and look at the supports in the home and give them a solution on how to repair the problem. The homeowners called EFS for a free inspection by our Design Specialist Jason Vachon. Jason inspected the home and the basement and found that both the main beams have sagged more than a 1/2". Jason recommended installing 4 SmartJacks in the basement under the main beams to eliminate the sag in the beams. 

Our installation team began by setting up temporary posts in the basement so the team could remove the old lally columns. After, the team began chipping out 4 footings for the SmartJacks. Once the concrete was removed the team installed our SmartJacks and set them on our square footings. The team then secured all of the SmartJacks to the two main beams that were sagging and began lifting each one until they were level. Once the team verified that each beam was level the team then mixed concrete and poured it over each square footing of the SmartJack to lock them into place. 

Beach Front Home Needs New Support in Basement, Hampton, NH - Photo 1
Homeowner Wanted to Lower Radon Levels, Deerfield, NH

A homeowner in Deerfield, New Hampshire, had purchased their forever home 4 years ago. A few months ago the homeowner became worried about the radon levels in their home. They decided to buy a "radon tester" and monitor the radon levels in their home. The results came back with an average of around 10 pCi/L. The homeowner would like to have the levels reduced to below 4.0 pCi/L. The homeowner called EFS for an inspection of their home, and our Design Specialist recommended and designed a radon mitigation system with 2 extraction points for their home to reduce the radon levels below 4.0 pCi/L. 

Our installation team began by creating two extraction points to pull the most amount of radon from beneath the home as they can. Next, the team linked the two extraction points with PVC pipe and then fed the PVC to the exterior of the home. Once outside the team then installed the radon fan to the side of the home where they connected the PVC pipe to the fan. After the fan and the radon pipes were connected the team then used more PVC pipe to vent the radon system above the roofline of the home. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the project. The radon levels in the home were reduced to below 4.0 pCi/L.

Windows Sticking on Sunroom, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for the past 26 years. About 15 years ago the homeowner built a sunroom onto the back of their home and about 2 years ago the homeowner noticed the windows in the sunroom were getting tight. They felt them getting tighter over time and decided they wanted to find a solution to this problem. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Tom recommended replacing the supports under the sunroom with our Helical Piers. 

Our installation team began by setting up temporary posts around the sunroom. After the temp posts were set up, the team then removed the old posts and began setting them up to send our Helical Piers into the ground. Our team used a hydraulic drive head to send 5 Helicals under the sunroom. They screwed the piers into the ground until they reached 2200 psi. On this job, the average depth of each pier was 12ft. Once all the piers were pressurized the team then attached our porch bracket and cut 6x6 pressure-treated wood to connect the porch bracket to the bottom of the porch. The team made sure the porch was level before removing any of the temporary posts. 

The homeowner was impressed with our Helical Piers and wished they had used them 15 years ago. 

Water Runoff From Driveway Entering Garage, Portsmouth, NH

A homeowner in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, had water from their driveway coming into their garage. The homeowners have had this happening for about a year and would like to find a solution to this issue. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Isaac recommended installing Trench Drain, SuperSump, and Ice Guard into the garage to collect any water and pump it out. 

Our installation team began by chipping out thin sections of concrete across the width of the garage and then up under the door on the left side of the garage. By the door on the left side of the garage, the team dug out a bigger section of concrete to fit our SuperSump. The team plumbed our sump pump through the wall to the outside of the home where we installed an IceGuard and a discharge line to send the water away from the home. From the sump, the team installed Trench Drain under the door and across the width of the garage. The TrenchDrain will collect any water that enters the garage and will guide it to the SuperSump. The team performed a water test on the TrenchDrain to ensure the system works before laying concrete around the TrenchDrain and SuperSump. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the result of the project. They no longer worry about having water enter their garage. 

Homeowner Wanted to Have Radon System Installed, Kensington, NH

This homeowner in Kensington, New Hampshire, recently purchased their home less than a week ago. When buying the home they already knew they wanted to have a radon system installed. So when they were moving into their home they called EFS to inspect their home for radon. We used a radon test kit for 48 hours before our appointment to see the levels of radon inside the home. The levels in the home averaged around 5.5 pCi/L. Once our Design Specialist Kenny arrived at the home we have a report of the average radon levels in the home. Kenny then designed a system for the home.

Our installation team arrived and began to install the radon system into the home. We began by creating an extraction point in the basement which we then fed PVC pipe from the extraction point to the exterior of the home. After the PVC pipe was directed outside, the team then installed our radon fan to the PVC pipe and vented the system above the roofline of the home.

The radon system lowered the radon levels in the home to a healthy level. The homeowner was very pleased with the installation of their new radon mitigation system. 

 

Pre Purchase Inspection Noted Concerning Crack, Hampstead, NH

A new homeowner in Hampstead, New Hampshire, received a pre-purchase inspection from an inspector in their town. The inspector noticed a crack in their foundation that seemed concerning. The inspector didn't inform them of possible solutions so the homeowners took it into their own hands to reach out to EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Liam inspected the crack and found that the crack isn't anything to worry about so he recommended sealing it so water couldn't enter the home and putting a crack monitor on it to track whether it moved or not. But Liam had noticed on his inspection that a beam in the garage was sagging and recommended installing two SmartJacks into the garage.

Our installation team began by chipping out a small section of concrete and creating a footing under the slab with rebar crushed stone and concrete. Once the footing cured the team then installed our SmartJacks footing and SmartJack assembly over the footing and connected it to the beam above. Once the SmartJacks were secured to the beam and over the poured footing the team used the adjustable top of the SmartJacks to add support to that beam. 

The homeowner was relieved that the crack in their foundation was nothing to worry about and that Liam noticed the sag in their garage and suggested a solution that worked for them. 

Radon Levels Increasing in Home, Windham, NH

This homeowner in Windham, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for about 6 months. When they moved in the home inspector tested the radon in the home and the levels were around 4.6 pCi/L, now 6 months later the homeowner want to have a radon system installed and they tested the home again and the results came back at 7.7 pCi/L. The homeowners have their grandma stay over at their home up to 4 times a year so they would like to have a radon system installed in their home to lower the radon levels in their home. They called EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Josh recommended and designed a radon mitigation system to be installed into the home. 

Our installation team began by creating an extraction point in the slab in the basement to pull radon-filled air from beneath the home. Next, the team installed a PVC pipe to carry the radon to the exterior of the home where we connect the PVC pipe to a fan. The team installed the fan to the side of the home and connected the PVC pipe to the fan so it can push the radon away from the home.

The homeowner was very pleased with the installation of the radon mitigation system.  

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Garage Slab Sinking in Two Corners, Greenland, NH

The owner of a home in Greenland, New Hampshire, had lived in their home for the last 6 years and they have noticed changes in their garage slab. Over the previous two years, they have found that the slab in their garage was settling and cracking in the back corners. The homeowner sought a company to find a solution to prevent the slab from further settlement. The homeowners reached out to EFS for a free inspection of their garage. Our Design Specialist Jason inspected the slab and recommended installing PolyLevel and NexusPro to lift the slab to its original height and prevent it from settling anymore. 

Our Installation Team began by making small injection port holes in a grid pattern throughout the slab so we could lift and level the slab with crack it. After the team created the injection ports the team then started the PolyLevel rig and began injecting Poly into the ports to first lift and then level the slab. After the slab was back to its original position, the team then moved on to sealing the cracks on the concrete with NexusPro and plugging the injection ports with concrete. 

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project. The garage slab was now level and the cracks were sealed. 

Foundation Settlement, Hampton, NH

A homeowner near the seacoast in Hampton, New Hampshire, has become concerned with their foundation settling. The homeowners have lived in their homes since 2018 and have become more and more concerned over the years. The homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Jason inspected the home and took measurements to see how much the home had settled. Jason found the parts of the foundation had settled about 3/4", so he recommended installing 30 Push Piers around the full perimeter of the home. 

Our Installation Team began by bringing our equipment so we could install all of our Push Piers around the home. Next, the team dug a hole down to the footing of the foundation for each of the Push Piers were will install. After each hole was made the team attached a Push Pier Bracket to the footing into each hole. The team will then use 3' sections of piers and send each section using a hydraulic press until sufficient pressure is achieved. The team will then cut and cap the pier so it will stay in that position. The team repeats this until all of the Push Piers were installed. After they all were installed, the team then backfilled each hole. 

The homeowners were very pleased with the job done by EFS.

Sagging Floors, Kingston, NH

A homeowner in Kingston, New Hampshire, had purchased their home 3 years ago. When they purchased the home they knew there was a slight sag in the floors. Now after owning the home for the past 3 years, they have noticed the sag become larger. They decided they wanted to have the sag looked at by a professional. The homeowner call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Isaac inspected the home and recommended replacing the supports in their crawlspace with SmartJacks.

Our Installation Team began by entering the dirt crawlspace and setting up temporary support to hold up the floors when they removed the old and sunken supports. Next, the team makes solid footings where they can rest. Once a solid base was made, the team measured and cut our SmartJacks to size. Once all of the SJs were cut to size the team props up our supplemental beam across the floor joists. We then install our adjustable top bracket to the top of the SmartJack and then slide them under the supplement beam and screw them together. After all of the SJs were connected the team then start to lift the floor system by tightening the adjustable top of the SmartJack. 

The team was able to lift and level the floor system in the home. The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project. 

Full Perimeter Drainage, Hampton, NH

A homeowner in Hampton, New Hampshire, has groundwater seeping into their basement and their sump pump isn't able to soak up the water that collects on the floor. The homeowner has become frustrated with cleaning up water from the basement. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection and our Design Specialist Tom recommended installing a full perimeter drainage system to collect any water that tries to seep into the basement and sends it toward the sump pump to be pumped to the exterior of the home. 

Our Installation team began by chipping out the concrete around the perimeter of the basement so we could install 124' of WaterGuard around the perimeter of the basement. The team laid sections of WaterGuard into the trench that the team made around the basement. We connected each section and made sure to perform a water test to ensure that the water will flow toward the TripleSafe that was already installed in the basement. After the water test, the team mixed up concrete and encased the WaterGuard concrete to lock it in place. 

The homeowner was very impressed with the installation of the WaterGuard in the basement. They have not seen any water seeping into their basement since having EFS install the WaterGuard. 

Installing Radon System to Sell Home and Move South, East Wakefield, NH

A homeowner in East Wakefield, New Hampshire, was selling their home so they could escape the winters of the northeast. The homeowner has lived in their home for the past 22 years. When they purchased the home radon levels were low, but now the levels are higher than recommended. The levels in the home were around 14 pCi/L and need to be at or below 4.0 pCi/L. The homeowners decided to call EFS for an inspection of their home. Our Design Specialist Josh recommended and designed a radon system for their home. 

Our installation team began by creating an extraction point in the basement slab to collect radon from under the home. After the extraction point was made the team began installing PVC pipe to the extraction point and relaying the PVC pipe to the exterior of the home where we will install the radon fan on the exterior of the home. Once the fan and the PVC pipes were linked together the team then vents the system with more PVC above the roofline of the home where the radon gas can dissipate into the open air. 

The homeowner was pleased with the installation of the radon mitigation system into the home. They were now able to sell the home and move to a warmer climate. 

Slopping Floors, Derry, NH

A homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire has lived in their early 1900s home for almost 2 years and has noticed that the floors were sloping. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist recommended installing SmartJacks into the basement to eliminate any sagging and sloping of the floors.

Our team began by chipping out sections of concrete in the basement so we could install our SmartJacks to the floor system of the home. Once the concrete was chipped out the team installed our footings and then cut our SmartJacks to size so we could attach them to the floor system. The team attached the SmartJacks to the floor system by using an adjustable top and some heavy-duty screws. Once attached the team was able to use the adjustable top and lift up on the floor system. After the floor was adjusted the team then mixed concrete and set the footings of the SmartJacks in concrete. 

The homeowner was impressed by our SmartJacks fixing the sloping and sagging floors in their home. 

4 Season Sunroom Needs to Be Stabilized, Hampton, NH

A homeowner in Hampton, New Hampshire, had a sunroom on the back of their home that was settling. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their sunroom. Our Design Specialist Liam inspected the back of the home and recommended replacing the failing sonotubes with our Helical Piers with porch brackets. 

Our installation team began by setting up temporary supports around the sunroom so we could remove the old sonotubes and supports. Once removed the team began setting our Helical Piers under the corners of the sunroom. Once the piers were driven to the correct pressure, the team then installed our porch bracket and a 6X6 PT to the Helical up to the bottom of the sunroom to support it. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the installation of the Helical Piers in their sunroom. They no longer have to worry about their sunroom settling again. 

Water Leaking into Basement, Candia, NH

A homeowner in Candia, New Hampshire, had water entering their basement from two corners of their basement. The homeowner wanted to stop the water from entering the basement so they reached out to EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Victor met with the homeowner and recommended installing an 8-foot Injection Crack Sealant on two of the corners of the basement. 

Our installation team began by prepping the two cracks in the basement. They cleaned out the cracks to make sure no brittle concrete or debris could affect their injection. Next, the team installed the outer layer of our crack injection while setting up the injection ports. While that outer layer was curing the team prepped for the injection. Once the outer was set, the team then administered the crack injection through the ports to seal the cracks in the basement. 

The homeowner was very happy with the crack injection installed in the two leaky corners of their basement. The homeowners no longer have to worry about water entering from the corners ever again.

Emergency Call and a Sump Pump Cleaning, Candia, NH

This homeowner in Candia, New Hampshire, had called EFS for an emergency call because their sump pump stopped working during a rainstorm in 2022. One of our Service Technicians Justin reported to their emergency call and was able to get their pump working and pumped all of the water out of their basement. After repairing the pump Justin recommend to the homeowner it was a good idea to have their pump serviced every 12 months. 

After 12 months went by the homeowner decided to call EFS again to set up a service appointment. Our Service Coordinator Jen set a service appointment with our Service Technician Cory and he came to the home and did a full cleanout and maintenance of the system to make sure everything would work optimally for the next 12 months plus.

The homeowner was very happy with the service that EFS provided and will continue to use our service department to keep there sump pumps working for years to come.  

Cancer Survivor Wants to Mitigate Radon From Home, Candia, NH

A homeowner in Candia, New Hampshire, had built their home a few years ago. The homeowner had cancer and had since beaten it but wanted to make sure it doesn't come back. They tested the home for radon levels in their home and the test results came back around 15 pCi/L. The homeowner called EFS about installing a Radon Mitigation system in their home so they can reduce the radon levels. We designed a radon mitigation system and installed it in the home.

Our team first started by creating a radon extraction point and then used PVC pipe to guide radon-filled air out of the basement and to the radon fan on the exterior of the home. Once the extraction point, the PVC pipe, and the radon fan were all connected the team then turned on the fan and began pulling radon from beneath the home and lowering the radon levels inside the home. 

After having the system installed in the home for over a year, the homeowners tested the radon levels just to see what levels they had and the test came back at 1.7 pCi/L. 1.7 pCi/L is well below the recommended amount of radon allowed.

Radon Test Reveals High Levels, Sandown, NH

A homeowner in Sandown, New Hampshire, recently tested their home for radon after living there for 20 years. The test results showed the levels averaging around 8 pCi/L, while the high and low were at 11 and 3. The homeowner wanted to have a radon mitigation system installed in their home to bring the levels consistently under 4.0 pCi/L. The homeowner decided to call EFS for them to design a radon system for their home. Our Design Specialist Kenny inspected the home and designed a radon mitigation system for their home. 

Our installation team began by creating an extraction point in the basement slab and then securing a PVC pipe to the extraction point. The team then fed the PVC pipe to the exterior of the home where they connect the PVC pipe to the radon fan that was installed on the side of the home. Once the extraction point was linked to the radon fan the team then vented the system above the roofline to ensure the radon gas cannot re-enter the home. 

The homeowners were very happy when they re-tested their home and the radon levels were consistently below 4.0 pCi/L.

Homeowner Worried About Strength of Floors, Newmarket, NH

A homeowner in Newmarket, New Hampshire, has a home built over 100 years ago. Since living in the house the homeowner has worried about the strength of their floor system. Over time they have seen the floor system get worse and decided they wanted to have the floor system looked at. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection by one of our Design Specialists. Our Design Specialist Victor met with the homeowner and inspected the entire basement and the floor system of the home. Victor found that there were a few areas in the basement that were under-supported and were causing the floors to sag. Victor recommended installing 6 SmartJacks to add support to the floor system. Additionally, Victor recommended installing CleanSpace to encapsulate the crawlspace on the right side of the home and a SaniDry to control the humidity in the basement.

Our installation team began by installing our SmartJacks into the basement. To install the SmartJacks the team first chipped out a small section of concrete so we could install our footing under the concrete. After the footing was set and leveled, the team then measured and cut the SmartJack support to the correct size. The team made sure to leave a couple of inches at the top of the SmartJack so we could install our adjustable bracket that will secure the post and the beam above. After all of the support was secured and the floor was supported, the team then poured concrete over the footings of the SmartJack lock them in place. Next, the team used CleanSpace to encapsulate the space and prevent moisture from coming up from the ground. Lastly, the team installed the SaniDry into the basement to keep the moisture in the basement at a comfortable level. 

The homeowner was very pleased with our team's work and even left us a glowing review of our installation.

A Condos Multi Unit Garage Slab Was Sinking, Rye, NH

An owner of a condominium in Rye, New Hampshire, has a garage unit that they store belongings and a car in. The garage unit is bordered by a few other garage units. The owner has seen the slab in the garage cracking and sinking and reached out to their garage neighbors to see if they had the same issues. They did have very similar issues so the owner facilitated contacting EFS for a free inspection of the garages. Our Design Specialist Jason met with the owners and inspected the garages to propose a solution. Jason recommended lifting and leveling, repairing cracks, and patching some concrete on the exterior of the garage. Since their an HOA the owners had to present Jason's recommendations to the board and the board had to sign off on it. Once the work was signed off on, we were able to schedule the work to be done. 

Our installation team began by using PolyLevel to lift and level the slab in each of the garage bays. Next, the team began to seal the cracks in the slab by using NexusPro. Lastly, the team addressed a section of concrete on the exterior of the garage and repaired it by using a concrete surface patch.

The owners and the board members were impressed with the results of the project.

Longtime Exposure to Radon Potentially Caused Health Issue, North Hampton, NH

A North Hampton homeowner has lived in their home for 18 years and spends a lot of time in the basement. Recently, they visited a doctor and were advised that radon could be the cause of their lung issue. Concerned, the homeowner contacted EFS for a radon test and home inspection. The results revealed an average of 14.5 pCi/L, well above the recommended amount of 4.0 pCi/L. To help, Design Specialist Jared Pavluvcik created a radon mitigation system that would reduce levels to below 4.0 pCi/L. 

The Installation Team, led by Dillon Kingsbury, created an extraction point in the slab to collect radon gas from under the home. They then installed PVC pipes, extending them to the exterior where they connected them to the radon fan. After a week, the home was tested for radon again and the levels were below the recommended amount. The homeowners were happy with the results.

Concerns With Water Entering Basement, Atkinson, NH

A resident in Atkinson, New Hampshire experienced water seeping onto their basement floor despite having a sump pump installed in a pit. Seeking a solution, they contacted EFS for a complimentary inspection. Our Design Specialist, John Prince, assessed the basement and recommended a perimeter drainage system to collect any water entering the basement and pump it outside. This system comprised of 98' of WaterGuard, a TripleSafe sump pump, and 115' of CleanSpace. 

Our Installation Team, led by Anthony Locascio, began by digging a trench and basin for the perimeter drainage and sump pump. They then installed the TripleSafe and connected it to the exterior of the home. Following this, the team installed 115' of CleanSpace on the foundation wall to collect any moisture. After completing the CleanSpace installation, WaterGuard was installed in the trench with the CleanSpace tucked behind the flange. Finally, the team mixed concrete and poured it over the perimeter drainage and sump pump to secure them in place. 

The homeowner was thrilled with the outcome of the project and can now rest easy knowing their basement is free from water damage.

Water Overflows Into Basement Consistently, Exeter, NH

A resident in Exeter, New Hampshire bought a house constructed in 1962 three years ago. Shortly after moving in, they noticed water seeping into their basement whenever it rained. The water would seep through cracks in the walls and floor, causing a mess that needed cleaning up. After cleaning up the basement several times, they decided to seek a permanent solution to prevent water from collecting in the basement. 

The homeowner contacted Erickson Foundation Solutions for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist, Victor Tapia, visited and inspected the entire basement to gather all the necessary information before creating a personalized solution for them. After careful consideration, we recommended the installation of a full-perimeter drainage system that would collect any water trying to enter the basement and pump it out of the home. 

Our Installation Team, led by Branden Edwards, installed 130' of WaterGuard around the basement perimeter to collect water from the walls or floors. To drain the water that collects in the perimeter drainage, our team integrated our TripleSafe sump pump to collect and push it outside the home. To ensure that the water pumped out of the basement won't come back, we installed a 70' Exterior Drainage Line.

With the Perimeter Drainage System installed, the homeowner no longer worries about water entering the basement and collecting on the floors.

Older Home Had Water Constantly Entering Basement, Sandown, NH

A Sandown, New Hampshire homeowner who owns a house built in the 1940s has been experiencing basement flooding every time it rains since purchasing the property in 2019. Despite having plans to finish the basement upon their daughter's departure, they decided to address the flooding issue first. They contacted EFS for a free home inspection, during which our Design Specialist, Jason Vachon, met with the homeowners to examine the property and determine the source of the water penetration. Following the inspection, Jason recommended installing a TripleSafe to replace the old sump, WaterGuard spanning 74 feet around the basement perimeter to collect water from the floor, walls, or beneath the slab, IceGuard, and an Exterior Drainage System to divert water away from the foundation. 

Our Installation Team, led by Branden Edwards, began by chipping away at the concrete surrounding the basement perimeter to install the WaterGuard and the new and larger TripleSafe. The systems were installed flush with the concrete to avoid any tripping hazards. Once the sump and perimeter drainage was installed, the team connected the sump pump to the exterior of the home and added the IceGuard and Exterior Drainage Line to carry water pumped through the TripleSafe away from the foundation and prevent it from re-entering the basement. After the drainage line was buried, the team mixed concrete to cover the WaterGuard and the TripleSafe, securing them in place. 

The homeowner was highly satisfied with the new system, as it resolves the issue of water penetration into the basement. They can now move forward with finishing their basement and adding extra usable space to their home.

Radon and Moisture Concerns in Basement, Sandown, NH

This homeowner in Sandown, New Hampshire, has lived in their home since the late 80's. After living in the home for over 35 years they have become concerned with the possibility of having radon gas in their home. They also want to control the amount of water and moisture in their basement so they reached out to EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist John Prince met with the home and inspected the home. John looked at the results of a radon test that he had dropped off a few days prior to find out how high the radon levels were in the home. The radon test came back with results at 5.8 pCi/L which was above the recommended amount. John recommended installing a radon mitigation system, TripleSafe, and SaniDry Sedona so the homeowner could control the radon levels, water, and moisture in the basement. 

Our Installation Team led by Kyle DeChane began by installing the radon system into the home. We started by creating an extraction point in the slab in the basement. Then we used PVC pipe to connect the extraction point to the radon fan that will be installed on the exterior of the home. Once the team installed the fan and connected the PVC pipe we then vent the entire system above the roofline of the home where radon can be drawn from below the home and sent out into the open air where it can dissipate. After the radon system was installed the team then began installing the TripleSafe in the basement next to the entrance from the bulkhead. The team first chipped out concrete so we could install our sump pump basin. Once the basin was fit flush with the slab the team then began plumbing the system outside the home. On the outside of the home, we first installed our IceGuard and then our Exterior Drainage Line which will extend a minimum of 10' from the foundation of the home. After the system was fully plumbed, we returned back into the basement to mix up some concrete and pour it around the basin of the sump pump to lock it into place. While the concrete was curing the team then set up our SaniDry Sedona next to the TripleSafe and guided the discharge line into the basin of the sump pump. 

The homeowner was very happy with the results of the project. They no longer have to worry about radon, water, or moisture in the basement. 

Failing Sump Pumps Replaced, Rye, NH

A Rye, New Hampshire homeowner purchased their childhood home from their parents in 2015 and found that two sump pumps had been installed in the basement around a decade prior. Recently, one of the pumps malfunctioned, prompting the homeowner to seek a replacement. They reached out to EFS for a free inspection with Design Specialist Jason Vachon. Following the inspection, Jason recommended that the homeowner replace their existing sump pumps with our SuperSumps, and the Installation Team, led by Branden Edwards, got to work. 

First, the team removed the old pumps and used jackhammers to enlarge the old sump pump pit to accommodate the new SuperSump. Once the concrete was chipped, the team ensured that the new sump pump basin would fit flush with the concrete slab before installing the new SuperSump. The team then connected the system to the exterior of the home, installing an Exterior Drainage Line to carry water away from the home's foundation. Finally, the team secured the SuperSumps in place with a concrete mixture. The homeowners were thrilled with the new SuperSumps installed in their basement.

1950's Home Had 3 Feet of Water Inside of Crawlspace, Hampstead, NH

The owner of a 1950s home in Hampstead, New Hampshire, had 3 feet of water come into their crawlspace during the springtime when we had a large amount of rainfall. The homeowners have never seen this must water in their crawlspace. In the last few years, a home was built on the vacant lot next to them. With that house being built they have seen water entering the crawlspace more and more often. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their crawlspace. Our Design Specialist Victor Tapia met with the homeowner and took an extensive look at the crawlspace. After his inspection, Victor recommended installing a TripleSafe, SmartPipe, SmartJacks, and CleanSpace into the crawlspace to control water coming in and adding support to a sagging support beam. 

Our Installation Team led by Anthony Locascio began by first removing the old sump pump and replacing it with our TripleSafe. Once the TripleSafe was installed and plumbed to the exterior of the home, the team was able to work in the crawlspace and not have to worry about water surging in. Next, the team then worked on installing the perimeter drainage around the crawlspace and installing the SmartJacks under the sagging support beam. After the drainage and supports were installed the team then installed the CleanSpace throughout the entire crawlspace. We started with going around the walls first and then moving to cover the floors before the project was complete. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the project and don't have to worry about water collecting in their crawlspace. 

 

Fixing Foundation Concerns Before Selling the Home, Stratham, NH

This homeowner in Stratham, New Hampshire, has lived in their home since 2000. After almost 20 years of living there, they are planning on selling the home in the next couple of years. To prepare for the day that they sell the home they were repairing things around the home. Since they purchased the home in 2000 they noticed a crack in the foundation wall. Over the past 20+ years, the crack has gotten larger so the homeowner would like to have it repaired before they put the home onto the market. To have the problem looked at the homeowner called EFS for a free inspection of the basement. Our Design Specialist Jason Vachon met with the homeowners and inspected the basement. During his inspection, Jason looked at the crack thoroughly and found that the foundation wall was bowing. Jason thinks that the bowing of the wall could have caused the crack to form and grow over the years. He recommended sealing the crack with FlexiSpan and then stabilizing the foundation wall with 5 PowerBraces. 

Our Installation Team led by Edward N. began by installing our L Brackets to the base of the foundation wall. While those were being installed another member of the team was installing the FlexiSpan over the crack on the foundation wall. After the L Brackets and FlexiSpan were installed we then continued installing the rest of the PowerBrace. We installed our galvanized steel supports between the L Bracket and the wall. The bracket will be used as leverage to straighten the wall. Lastly, the team needed to install the top bracket into the floor system. This will allow us to tighten the PowerBrace to start the straightening process. After the PowerBraces were all installed the team then tightened each of them to stabilize and straighten the wall. 

The homeowners were very fortunate to call EFS and have us look at their homes. If they hadn't they could've left that wall unstabilized, which could have led to a wall failure in the future. 

Radon Concerns in Home, Fremont, NH

This homeowner in Fremont, New Hampshire, has lived in their home since 2000. They have a family and teach classes out of their home and have become concerned with radon levels in the house. They called EFS to have us test their home for radon and recommend a solution for them. Our Design Specialist Anthony Brancato met with the homeowner and tested the home for radon. The tests showed radon levels averaging 7.7 pCi/L so Anthony recommended installing a radon mitigation system with two extraction points to collect the most radon as possible.

Our Installation Team led by Branden Edwards began by creating two extraction points in the basement slab. The team attached PVC pipe to the extractions to channel radon-filled air to the radon fan that will be installed on the exterior of the home. The team connected the two extraction points and channeled them into one pipe to lead to the radon fan. The team secured the radon fan to the exterior of the home and connected the PVC pipe to create negative pressure to draw up the radon from beneath the home. To make sure radon cannot re-enter the home the team vented the radon system above the roofline of the home to allow the radon to dissipate into the open air. 

The homeowners were very happy and they re-tested for radon a couple of weeks after installation to find the levels well below 4.0 pCi/L.

Water Entering Basement of 1950s Home, Epping, NH

This homeowner in Epping, New Hampshire purchased their 1950s home about 6 years ago. Since moving their belongings into the home they have seen water collect on the floor of the basement. Nearly every time it rained, water would collect on the floor of the basement. After living in the home for the past 5 years they have seen the water coming into the basement more frequently. The homeowners plan to sell the home in the next 5 years so they reached out to EFS to find a solution to their problem. Our Design Specialist Josh Philips met with the homeowner and inspected the basement. After completing the inspection, Josh recommended installing a full perimeter drainage system into the basement to collect and pump out any water from the basement. The products our team will install are 92' of WaterGuard, 12' of TrenchDrain, a TripleSafe, 2 IceGuards, and 10' of Exterior Drainage Line. 

Our Installation Team led by Steve Dumais, began by chipping out concrete around the perimeter of the basement to install our perimeter drainage and the sump pump. The team used a jackhammer to remove about 6 inches of concrete from against the wall and also remove enough concrete to install the TripleSafe basin. After all of the concrete was chipped and removed the team began installing the TripleSafe, WaterGuard, and TrenchDrain. The team split up into two groups, one to install the sump pump and another group to install the perimeter drainage. Once the perimeter drainage and sump pump were installed in the basement, the team then moved outside to plumb the drainage line for the sump. We installed two IceGuard on the outside of the home one for the main pump and one for the backup pumps. Next, the team attached a 10' Exterior Drainage Line to the IceGuards to carry water away from the foundation of the home. After the drainage line was installed in a trench that was dug in the yard, we then covered it and tamped the soil down. Next, the team returned to the basement and mixed together concrete to pour over the WaterGuard, Trench Drain, and around the TripleSafe to lock them in place. 

The homeowner hasn't seen any water collect in their basement since EFS installed our perimeter drainage system. They are very pleased with the results of the project. 

Replacing Leaky Bulkhead Door, Derry, NH

This homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for the past 7-8 years. The home was built in 1984 but when they bought it in 2015 they noticed that the bulkhead allowed water to leak into the basement. Now 7-8 years later the bulkhead is still allowing water into the basement so they decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their bulkhead and basement. Our Design Specialist Bryan Barnard met with the homeowner and inspected the bulkhead and the basement to find a solution to stop the water from leaking in. After his inspection, Bryan recommended installing a new bulkhead.

Out Installation Team led by Bob Labrie and Brendan Edwards began by removing the old bulkhead from the home. Once removed, the team began to install the new bulkhead. We made sure to seal around the edges of the bulkhead to make sure water couldn't travel under or around it and get into the basement. Once everything was installed the team did a walkthrough with the homeowner to show them everything that was installed. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the look and functionality of the new bulkhead. 

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Stabilizing Foundation of Business, Londonderry, NH

A business in Londonderry, New Hampshire, was growing and needed to install two additional loading docks to the one they currently have. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their foundation. Our Design Specialist Kenny Calabrese met with the building manager and walked through the building and inspected the foundation. Kenny found that installing the two loading docks could cause additional stress to the floors and foundation of the building. Kenny recommended reinforcing the foundation and foundation walls with Push Piers and Helical Piers. 

Our Installation Team led by Neal Foley began by exposing the foundation wall where the loading dock will be installed on. Our team will install 11 Helical Piers under the footing of the foundation and another 9 Helical Piers installed horizontally under the loading docks. Once we exposed the foundation wall all the way to the footing, the team then chipped out some of the footings so we could install our Helical Piers to stabilize the foundation. After we installed the 11 piers along the foundation wall the team then began coring out concrete from the foundation wall. We cored a series of 5 holes to be installed under the 22' wide loading dock and then we cored 4 more holes for the second loading dock that will be 18' wide. These holes will allow us to install our Helical Piers through the foundation wall and stabilize it. After we installed a galvanized plate to the end of the pier and tightened it against the foundation to stabilize the wall. Lastly, the team called the inspector so they could have records for the town. After the inspector did their inspection of our work and confirmed our work we then backfilled and tamped dirt over the piers we installed.

After the project was complete, the business was able to start installing its new loading docks. 

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Crack in Foundation Wall, Auburn, NH

This homeowner in Auburn, New Hampshire, was the original owner of the home that was built in 2005. A few months ago, the homeowner noticed a crack forming on the foundation wall. Over the next few months, they kept a close eye on the crack and saw that over a short amount of time, the crack had grown to almost twice the size. They were concerned that something bad could happen if they allowed this to continue without it being looked at. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist Jason Vachon met with the homeowners and inspected the basement to find that the crack on the foundation wall was because the wall was shifting. After his inspection, Jason recommends installing 3 Geolocks on the foundation wall and installing FlexiSpan over the crack on the wall. 

Our Installation Team led by Eric Witham began by creating a trench in the yard 10' away from the foundation wall where the crack was found. Once the trench was about 6' deep the team returned to the basement and measured where they would install the 3 Geolocks. We separated the Geolocks by 3-4 feet to capture and stabilize the entire wall. We sent galvanized steel from inside the basement through the foundation wall and the ground to the trench in the yard. Once all three rods were in the trench the team then used galvanized plates on both sides of the rod and tightened them until they were tight. After the rods were tightened we backfilled the trench and installed the FlexiSpan over the crack. This will prevent water from entering the basement. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the project. 

Foundation Concerns Found During Installation of Waterproofing System, Epping, NH

This homeowner in Epping, New Hampshire, had EFS come out to their home to install a perimeter drainage system in their basement to prevent water from collecting inside the basement. During the installation of the perimeter drainage, our team noticed that the block foundation wall of the home was leaning inward. Our team showed the potential issue to the homeowner and explained their concerns and the products that we have that could solve the problem.

The home was built in 1956 and was built on a masonry block foundation that is starting to bow inward. To solve this problem our team recommended installing 4 PowerBraces against the foundaiton wall in the basement to stabilize it. 

Our Installation Team led by Eric Witham, began by chipping out small sections of concrete at the base of the foundation wall so we could install our bottom bracket which will be used as the fulcrum for our PowerBraces. Next, our team installed the galvanized I beam into the bottom bracket and then proceeded to install our Top Bracket into the floor system above. Once the Top Bracket was secured into the floor system the team then attached the rest of the PowerBrace to the bracket and began to tighten the top bracket to stabilize the foundation wall. 

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project and how EFS took the initiative to diagnose potential issues during an installation. 

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High Radon Levels, Stratham, NH

A homeowner in Stratham, New Hampshire, purchased their home in 2005. After living in the house for about 18 years, they watched TV one night and saw a commercial about the radon gas inside your home. This commercial resonated with the homeowners and they began to worry about the potential of having a harmful gas inside their home. The homeowners did some research on the effects of radon and decided to call EFS for us to come and test their home. Our Design Specialist dropped a radon test kit at the home and then waited 48 hours for the test to be complete before returning to the house and going over the results with the homeowner. Bryan met with the homeowners and showed them the results of the test averaged around 15 pCi/L, he then recommended and designed a radon mitigation system for their home. 

Our Installation Team led by Branden Edwards began by creating 2 extraction points in the basement. The reason we did two extraction points instead of just one is because of the levels averaging around 15 pCi/L. If we had just done one extraction point we run the risk of not being able to lower the radon to below 4.0 pCi/L. After the extraction points were made the team then fit PVC pipe to them and then fed them to the exterior of the home. Once to the exterior of the home, the team then installed the radon fan to the exterior of the home. We then connected the PVC pipe to the radon fan and then vented the system above the roofline. 

With the system installed and running the home was retested a few weeks after installation to determine the effectiveness of the system. When retested the radon levels were below 4.0 pCi/L and this made the homeowner feel very relieved. 

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Radon Concerns, Plaistow, NH

This homeowner in Plaistow, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for the past 20 years. Recently they found out that one of their neighbors had just been diagnosed with lung cancer. The homeowners became worried and decided to call EFS to have a radon test to check the levels of radon in their home. Our Design Specialist dropped off a 48-hour radon test kit to test the levels of radon inside their home. After the test was complete our Design Specialist Isaac Hernandez returned to the home and went over the results with the homeowner. The results of the test indicated an average of 5.3 pCi/L which was above the recommended amount. Isaac recommended installing a radon mitigation system in the home to lower the radon levels.

Our Installation Team led by Branden Edwards began by creating an extraction point into the slab in the basement. Attached to the extraction point is PVC pipe and the pipe will be fed to the exterior of the home. Once to the exterior of the home the team installed the radon fan to the outside of the home. The team then connected the PVC pipe to the radon fan and then vented the entire system above the roofline of the home. With the system installed the team then retested the home and the results came back below 4.0 pCi/L.

Cracks Allowing Water Into Basement, Brentwood, NH

This homeowner in Brentwood, New Hampshire, has lived in their home for the past 7 years and had seen existing cracks in their basement, but now are seeing water start to enter the basement. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their home. Our Design Specialist Jason Vachon met with the homeowners and inspected the basement. After his inspection, Jason recommended installing a perimeter drainage system, FlexiSpan, and Crack Injection to waterproof the basement. Additionally, Jason recommended installing 9 Push Piers to the foundation to stabilize it. 

Our installation team began by chipping out over 100 feet of concrete around the perimeter of the basement so we could install our WaterGuard and our 2 sump pumps. This will allow us to collect any water that attempts to enter the basement and then pump it outside the basement. We also sealed some cracks on the foundation wall with FlexiSpan and Crack Injection to stop water from penetrating into the basement. After the perimeter drainage system was installed the team then began exposing the foundation to find existing push piers from another company. These piers had failed because not enough were installed. Our team installed 9 Push Piers to the foundation of the home to prevent further movement. After, we backfilled the Piers with the dirt we had removed and returned the soil back to its original grading. 

The homeowner was very pleased with the results of the installation of the Push Piers and Perimeter Drainage System. They no longer have to worry about water entering the basement or the foundation settling anymore. 

Water Leaking into Basement, Londonderry, NH

This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, had lived in their home for the past 5 years. Since they moved into their home they have seen water entering the basement. To try and stop the water the homeowners have installed a few things that should've reduced the amount of water coming into the basement. They installed gutters and downspouts in their home to collect water but the water collected didn't prevent more from entering the basement. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist met with the homeowner and inspected their home. We recommended installing a SuperSump and IceGuard to collect any water that threatened to enter the basement. 

Our installation team led by Steve Dumais began by chipping out a small section of concrete in the basement slab. After the concrete was chipped to the size of our sump pump basin we dug down a couple of feet until our basin would fit flush with the rest of the basement slab. Once the basin was fully installed we then installed the SuperSump and began plumbing the system to the exterior of the home. After the system was plumbed to the exterior of the home, we installed an IceGuard and Exterior Drainage Line to carry water away from the foundation.

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Encapsulating Crawlspace, Londonderry, NH

This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire purchased their home in 1998. After living in the home for over 20 years they found that they had some settlement in the floor system of their home. The homeowner wanted to address this concern but first wanted to solve the issue of moisture in the crawlspace before fixing the beam. The homeowners called EFS for a free inspection of their crawlspace. Our Design Specialist Tom Armano met with the homeowners and then inspected the crawlspace so he could find a solution to their problem. After Tom's inspection, he recommended installing SmartPipe, SmartSump, IceGuard, CleanSpace, and a SaniDry Sedona into the crawlspace.

Our Installation team led by Abdou Taal began by digging out the perimeter of the crawlspace so we could install 160' of SmartPipe. After the perimeter drainage was installed the team then installed the SmartSump into the crawlspace so we could pump out any water collected by the drainage system. After the drainage system was installed the team then plumbed the system to the exterior of the home and installed our IceGuard and Exterior Drainage Line to carry water away from the foundation. Then the team returned inside the crawlspace and installed 1,735 sqft of CleanSpace so we could encapsulate the space. After the space was fully encapsulated the last part of the job was to install our SaniDry Sedona so we could control the humidity inside the crawlspace. With everything installed, the homeowners can now plan to fix the beam that is settling. 

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Rotting Lally Columns in Garage Need to be Replaced, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire, purchased their home in 1996. Over the years they have seen the lally columns inside their garage begin to rot. They have begun to worry about the structural integrity of the lally columns, so they reached out to EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Anthony Brancato met with the homeowners and talked about their concerns. After talking with the homeowners Anthony then inspected the garage and the rotting supports. After a complete inspection of the space, Anthony recommended replacing the two lally columns with two SmartJacks. 

Our installation team began by setting up temporary posts inside the basement so we could remove the existing lally columns. Our team removed the rotting lally columns and then began chipping out two sections of concrete so we could install the footing for our SmartJacks beneath the concrete. After the footings were in place the team measured and cut the Smartjack to the correct size. They placed the support onto the footing and then connected the SJ to the main beam using our adjustable bracket. After the SmartJacks were installed we then mixed-up concrete and poured it over the footings. The concrete will lock the SmartJack into place. 

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Local Business Needs Floor Stabilized, Londonderry, NH

A local business in Londonderry, New Hampshire, had their basement flood a couple of years ago which prompted them to have a sump pump installed in the large basement. After the water had been pumped out they had noticed that the floors felt bouncy. To find a solution to this problem they decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist Victor Tapia met with the manager of the business and talked to them about their concerns. After their conversation, Victor went into the basement to inspect the supports and recommended a solution for them. His solution was to install 87 SmartJacks, 3 TripleSafes, and 3500 sqft of CleanSpace into the basement. 

Our installation team began by installing the SmartJacks into the basement. For each section of SmartJacks to be installed our team had to first remove the old supports. We installed a total of 87 SmartJacks before installing our 3 TripleSafe sump pumps in the basement. After the sumps were installed the team then installed 3500 sqft of CleanSpace to encapsulate the basement. 

The owner of the building was very impressed with the products installed inside their basement. They no longer have any bounce in their floors or any concerns with water in the basement. 

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Crack in Foundation of Commercial Building, Auburn, NH

The owner of a commercial building in Auburn, New Hampshire, had noticed some cracking on their foundation wall in the basement. Over the past couple of years, they have seen the crack get larger. They decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their foundation. Our Design Specialist John Prince met with the owner and talked to them about their concerns. After their talk, John then inspected the foundation wall and determined that the foundation wall was bowing inward and that had caused the foundation wall to crack. John recommended installing 5 PowerBraces onto the foundation wall. 

Our Installation Team led by Neal Foley began by measuring out where each of the 5 PowerBraces will be installed. After marking where they will be installed the team then installed all 5 PowerBraces on the foundation wall to stabilize the foundation wall. Once the PBs have been installed over the years we will tighten the top bracket to slowly straighten the wall.

The owners of the building were very pleased with the results of the project. 

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Lake-Side Home Needs Supports Replaced, Nottingham, NH

This homeowner in Nottingham, New Hampshire lives on the edge of a lake, and their land slopes toward the water. They purchased the home in 2022 but before they purchased the home there was an extension that was installed many years ago. The addition expanded the back of the home and a deck was installed and extended toward the lake. When they purchased the home they noticed the supports holding up the back of the home were rusting and they called EFS to inspect the condition of them. Our Design Specialist Jared Pavluvcik met with the homeowner and then inspected the foundation at the back of their home. While inspecting the supports at the back of the home he noticed that the supports were rusted and should be replaced. Jared recommended replacing the supports with 7 Helical Piers and casting them into an Auxiliary Wall to stabilize the back foundation wall. The homeowner plans to use the home for rental income during periods they aren't using the home so they would like the house to be stabilized before they rent it. 

Our Installation Team led by Neal Foley began by setting up temporary supports so they could remove the old rusted ones. The team then began to install the 7 Helical Piers to the foundation at the back of the home. After we drove in the piers, the team began setting up the forms so we could install our Auxiliary Foundation Wall. Once the forms were installed and reinforced, we called in a concrete truck to deliver concrete and fill the forms to the top. Once the concrete was fully cured the team then removed the forms and chipped off any imperfections. 

The homeowners were very happy with the results of the project. 

Floors Sagging in Old Home, Kingston, NH

This homeowner in Kingston, New Hampshire, purchased their home in 2023. The home was built in 1776 so the homeowner was very interested in what the pre purchase inspection would unveil. During the pre-purchase inspection, the inspector found that the floor system of the home was sagging and that the basement had no sills. After the inspector's full report, the homeowners decided to call EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist Bryan Barnard met with the homeowners and talked about what the inspector's report said. Bryan then inspected the basement and recommended a solution to stabilize the floor system and add a sill around the basement. Bryan designed a system using SmartJacks to add support to the floor system and we will use our carpenters to install 75 linear feet of sill. 

Our Installation Team led by Eric Witham began by installing our 12 SmartJacks into the basement. We used our big footings to rest on the dirt basement floor. After all of the SmartJacks were installed the team then used the adjustable top to lift and level the floor system. After the SmartJacks were installed the team then installed the sill around the basement. 

The homeowners were very impressed with the solutions that EFS provided to repair their late 1700s home.

Detached Garage Needed Foundation and Concrete Repair, Freedom, NH

The owner of a home in Freedom, New Hampshire contacted EFS after noticing some trip hazards on their detached garage slab. Jason Vachon, a design specialist from EFS, met with the homeowners and inspected the garage. He discovered that the slab had cracked and there were tripping hazards. Additionally, the front of the garage had sunk about 5 inches. Jason recommended installing 5 Push Piers, PolyLevel, and NexusPro to stabilize the foundation, lift the structure back to its original height, and seal the cracks in the garage.

 

Neal Foley and Nick Melo led the EFS installation team, which began by exposing the foundation of the garage. The team then installed Push Pier brackets onto the foundation and pressed 3' sections of piers until sufficient pressure was achieved. Once the piers were fully installed and the foundation was stabilized, the team backfilled over them and moved on to installing PolyLevel inside the garage. They created small port holes using a 1/2" drill bit to inject the PolyLevel beneath the slab, filling any voids and lifting any areas that needed lift. The team then plugged the holes with universal concrete and began sealing the 210' of cracks throughout the garage with NexusPro.

Sump Pump Replacement, Londonderry, NH

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire built their home in 1983. After a few years of living in the house, the basement flooded and the homeowner had a sump pump installed. The sump pump kept the basement dry for about 20 years, but it started to let water leak into the basement. The homeowners contacted EFS for a free inspection of their home. Our Design Specialist, Issac Hernandez, met with the homeowner and inspected the old sump pump in the basement. After the inspection, Issac recommended installing a SuperSump, TrenchDrain, IceGuard, exterior drainage line, and a SaniDry XP dehumidifier to keep water and moisture out of the basement.

 

Our installation team began by removing the old sump pump and replacing it with a bigger and better one. To make room for the new sump pump and perimeter drainage, the team chipped out concrete using a jackhammer. After cleaning up the debris, we installed the new pump and drainage system in the basement. Next, the team plumbed the system to the exterior of the home where we installed the IceGuard and EDL to carry water away from the foundation of the home. The drainage line was 12 feet long and buried in the yard to conceal it. After the exterior drainage was fully installed, the team returned to the basement to pour concrete over the perimeter drainage and around the sump pump basin. Lastly, the team installed our SaniDry XP.

 

At the end of the project, the homeowners were pleased with the results.

Filling Voids Under Garage Slab

The owner of a machine shop in Kingston, NH was concerned with the large cracks which had formed throughout his work space. The large garage area housed several pieces of heavy machinery, as well as vehicles and motorcycles throughout the year. While moving the heavy vehicles and machines around the shop, he noticed there was an echoing sound, a void type sound, coming from beneath the garage slab. Fearing the concrete floor would crack further and cause damage to his property, he reached out to our Erickson Foundation Solutions team to see if there was something he could do to fix the problem.

Our specialist, Anthony Brancato, showed the owner how PolyLevel would be the ideal solution, as it would not require any demolition of concrete or cause any disruption to his business. The repair process would fill the voids with a polymer foam material, which upon installation rapidly expands and reaches all sections of the cavity it enters. All this is completed through tiny port holes in the slab surface. 

On the scheduled day of installation, our production team arrived and discussed once more the goals of the owner, ensuring they were completing the work and getting the results he truly wanted. The process began with laying out a pattern for drilling the port holes, ensuring all the voids beneath the concrete floor were addressed. They then injected the PolyLevel foam and successfully achieved the results they wanted, filling each void beneath the large slab, providing it with proper stability once again.

The owner walked through the garage space jumping and banging the floor in the various points of concern he had, and found the echo sound was no longer present. He was very pleased with the results, and had peace of mind his shop and property were no longer at risk.

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Water and Odor Mitigation, East Kingston, NH

A homeowner in East Kingston, New Hampshire built their home in 1971. Two years later, they noticed small amounts of water entering the basement. While the water didn't cause any damage, its odor has grown stronger over the years. After 50 years, the homeowner is tired of the water and odor and wants to increase their home's resale value. They reached out to EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Anthony Brancato, our Design Specialist, met with the homeowners and discussed their goals. After their initial conversation, Anthony inspected the basement to determine the source of the water and odor. When he concluded the inspection, he recommended a solution that would remove the odor and protect the basement from water penetration. The recommended solution included the installation of WaterGuard, TripleSafe, IceGuard, Exterior Drainage Line, and a SaniDry Sedona in the basement.

 

Our installation team, led by Gunther Billhardt, began by removing all items from against the foundation walls. Next, the team chipped out 106 feet of concrete around the perimeter of the basement to install our perimeter drainage and sump pump below the slab. After the concrete was jackhammered out, the team laid WaterGuard and TrenchDrain into the trench and linked the drainage together. They then installed the TripleSafe sump pump and plumbed it to the exterior of the home. Once the plumbing for the sump pump was outside, our team installed our IceGuard and Exterior Drainage Line to carry water away from the foundation. After the drainage was installed and buried in the yard, the team covered the perimeter drainage system with concrete to lock it into place. The last item for our team to install was our SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier. This was installed next to our sump pump and will take moisture out of the air and discharge that water into the sump pump basin so it can be pumped out with the other water.

 

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project. They feel that this system will add value to their home and also protect the basement from smelling and flooding.

Cracks Growing in Garage Foundation, Windham, NH

A homeowner in Windham, New Hampshire has owned their home for the past three years. After moving in, they noticed a crack in the foundation wall of their garage. Over the last six months, the crack has grown larger, and they feel like they should address the issue before they sell the home in a couple of months.

 

The homeowner researched companies in the area to repair foundations and found Erickson Foundation Solutions. They called us for a free inspection of their garage foundation, and our Design Specialist Bryan Barnard met with the owners to inspect the foundation and propose a long-term solution. 

 

During his inspection, we found that the foundation walls were bowing, which was causing the crack to grow larger. After the inspection, Bryan recommended installing eight Geolocks along the back and right of the garage to stabilize the foundation walls. We also suggested installing our Hide-A-Way Covers to conceal the anchors and installing a new garage slab afterward.

 

Our Installation Team, led by Eric Witham, began by chipping out all of the concrete inside the garage to create a trench for the Geolock Anchors. Once the two trenches were installed, the team drilled holes through the foundation wall so we could extend a rod from the foundation wall through the soil and into the trench. After the rods were driven into the trench, we installed plates on both sides of the rod, Hide-A-Way Covers to the outside, and began tightening them.

 

Tightening the rods began to pull the walls back in and prevent further bowing. After all of the Geolocks were tightened, we backfilled the trench inside the garage and leveled the dirt inside. Finally, we ordered a delivery of concrete to pour a new garage floor.

 

The homeowners had to wait for the garage to fully cure before placing all of their belongings back into the garage. However, they were very happy with the results of the project and were now confident in putting their home on the market.

Replacing Supports In Crawlspace, Exeter, NH

A homeowner residing in Exeter, New Hampshire, owns a house that was built in the late 1800s. They observed that the supports in the crawlspace were not strong enough to hold the floor system, so they contacted EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist, Liam FitzPatrick, inspected the crawlspace and found that most of the support posts were temporary, with just a couple of wooden supports. Liam recommended replacing the existing supports with 3 SmartJacks and a 12-foot Supplemental Beam.

 

Our installation team, led by Neal Foley, removed the temporary posts and then dug into the dirt floor to install the cast-in-place footings. The team measured each support to ensure there was ample space for the supplemental beam and then used the adjustable top bracket to lift and stabilize the floor system. Crushed stone was placed over the footings, which were then cast in concrete to lock them into place. Finally, the team laid the black vapor barrier back in place and retaped it.

 

The homeowners were immensely pleased with the project's outcome and no longer had to worry about the crawlspace supports.

Make Basement Space Usable, Sandown, NH

A year ago, a homeowner in Sandown, New Hampshire bought a house. However, during the previous winter, they noticed water entering their basement sporadically. This made them hesitant about using the space for storage or any other purpose. To find a solution, the homeowner contacted EFS for a free inspection. Our Design Specialist, Anthony Brancato, met with the homeowners and examined the basement. After inspecting the area, Anthony recommended installing WaterGuard, TrenchDrain, TripleSafe, IceGuard, Exterior Discharge Line, and a SmartJack into the basement to make it a usable space for the homeowners.

 

Our installation team, led by Anthony LoCascio, started by chipping out the concrete around the basement's perimeter to create a footing for our SmartJack and sump pump. The team used jackhammers to break up the concrete into small, removable chunks. After removing the concrete, the team installed the perimeter drainage and sump pump. Once installed, the team plumbed the sump pump to the exterior of the home where they installed two IceGuards and a 20-foot Exterior Discharge Line. The discharge line would carry water away from the foundation so that water cannot re-enter the basement.

 

After plumbing the pump to the home's exterior, the team then started installing the SmartJack in the basement. They removed dirt to create a footing for the SmartJack to rest on. The footing consisted of engineered fill, rebar, and concrete. Once the footing cured, the team installed our galvanized steel footing on top of the concrete footing and installed our SmartJacks to the beam above. Once secured, our team used the adjustable top bracket of the SmartJack to lift the floor system and stabilize it.

 

The team then mixed up concrete and covered the footing of the SmartJacks and perimeter drainage, filling concrete around the sump pump basin. The team waited for the concrete to cure so that everything would be locked into place. 

 

Now, the homeowner can use the basement as a storage space without worrying about water entering the basement and damaging their belongings.

Concerns With Radon, Rye, NH

A homeowner was in the process of purchasing their home in Rye, New Hampshire. They had put an offer on the home but wanted to check the radon levels inside before they purchased it. They tested the basement and confirmed their suspicion. The radon levels were higher than they would have liked. They ended up purchasing the home and then had Erickson Foundation Solutions come out to design a radon system for their new home. Our Design Specialist Jared Pavluvcik met with the homeowners and designed a radon system with 2 extraction points that will lower the radon levels inside the home to a comfortable level. 

 

Our installation team led by Steven Dumais began by creating two radon extraction points. The team used a 3" core drill to make 2 circular holes in the slab. After the extraction points were made we installed PVC pipe to each point. Next, the team linked the two pipes and fed the pipes to the exterior of the home. With the PVC pipe fed to the exterior of the home, we were then able to install our Radon Fan to the pipe and then vent the system above the roofline of the home. Venting the system above the roofline will eliminate any risk of any radon from re-entering the home. 

 

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project. The levels inside their home were reduced to a comfortable level below the National Radon Defenses limits for radon levels. 

Mitigating Moisture and Preventing Mold, Derry, NH

A homeowner in Derry, New Hampshire, has been living in their home for over 25 years. They have made a few improvements and added some extensions to the house. One of the additions was installed at the back of the house, which required the creation of new foundation walls and a crawlspace. However, about 8 years ago, they started to notice a musty smell stemming from the crawlspace, indicating the presence of mold. They reached out to EFS for a free inspection of their crawlspace. Our Design Specialist, Peter Carstean, met with the homeowner, inspected the crawlspace, and recommended installing a CleanSpace Wall, FlexiSpan, and a 10-foot Buried Downspout to address the problem.

 

Our installation team arrived at the homeowner's property and started by installing the FlexiSpan over a 5-foot crack in the foundation's corner, where most of the moisture was seeping in and causing increased humidity in the crawlspace. After the FlexiSpan installation, the team proceeded to install our CleanSpace, which is a white sheet that covers the floors and walls of the crawlspace and prevents moisture from penetrating it. To secure each sheet to the floors and walls, we use a special white adhesive tape called CleanSpace Tape, which holds the vapor barrier in place and prevents moisture from seeping in. This system will lower the relative humidity inside the crawlspace and prevent the growth of mold spores. Once everything in the crawlspace was installed, the team then proceeded to install a buried downspout to address the homeowner's issue with water runoff collecting in their yard. We installed a 10-foot buried downspout to carry water further away from their downspout from their gutters.

 

After completing the installation, our team walked the homeowner through what we had installed and how it would address the problem. The homeowners were very satisfied with the results of the project.

Bowing Foundation Wall, Northwood, NH

A few years ago, a homeowner in Northwood, New Hampshire noticed that one of their foundation walls was bowing inward and called EFS for assistance. Our team responded by installing PowerBraces on that side of the basement to eliminate the bowing and stabilize the foundation. Recently, the homeowner noticed that the other side of the foundation was also bowing, and contacted EFS again to install more PowerBraces on the other side of the basement.

 

Our installation team, led by Ryan Champagne, marked out where each of the 8 PowerBraces would be installed against the foundation wall. They then installed an L bracket on the floor and an adjustable top bracket to the floor joists, which allowed them to install each of the braces and support the foundation wall. Once all the PowerBraces were installed, the top bracket was used to tighten each brace against the wall, thus stabilizing the foundation wall.

 

The homeowner was very satisfied with the installation of the second round of PowerBraces in their basement.

Basement Always Flooding, Salem, NH

A homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire, had lived in their home since 1992. The home was built with a block foundation in 1945 and the foundation had been flooding with every rainstorm. This year the homeowner went on a little vacation a short drive from the house and had to return early to remove water from the basement. They plan on keeping this home forever because of their proximity to their kids and grandkids. 

They reached out to EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist Michael LaMalfa met with the homeowner and examined the basement to find a solution to prevent further water penetration. 

Michael recommended installing 2 TripleSafes, 4 IceGuards, 80 feet of WaterGuard, 12 feet of TrenchDrain, and a 20-foot exterior drainage line into the basement. 

Our installation team began by chipping out concrete so we could install our perimeter drainage and sump pumps into the basement. Once the concrete was removed we installed our sump pumps and drainage so we could collect any water from the basement. The team plumbed the system to the exterior of the home and into our exterior drainage system to guide the water away from the foundation of the home. Next, the system was flood-tested to ensure the system was working properly. After the test, we mixed concrete and poured it over the perimeter drainage and around the sump pump basins. to lock the system into place. 

While the concrete was curing the team cleaned up all of their tools and then took the homeowners on a walkthrough of the completed project. The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the installation. 

Old Block Foundation Wall Replaced

A homeowner in Deerfield, New Hampshire has owned their 18th-century home for the past 50 years. Over the last 20 years, they have noticed a section of their block foundation beginning to crack and bow. They have been planning to do some remodeling in the part of the home above, but they don't want to cause further damage to the foundation. Therefore, they decided to call Erickson Foundation Solutions to inspect the foundation of their home to see if there was anything they could do to stabilize it before starting their remodel. 

 

Our Design Specialist, Anthony Brancato, met with the homeowners and examined the foundation where the concern was. He found that the block foundation wall had many blocks that were separating from their neighboring blocks. Anthony determined that the wall should be replaced instead of repaired because of the amount of cracks found in the wall. He recommended replacing the old block foundation with a new 12-foot Masonry Foundation Wall. 

 

Our installation team, led by Nick Carelli, began by installing temporary support around the foundation wall so that they could remove the old damaged wall. They then removed the wall and began setting up the new wall. First, they poured a new foundation footing to have a flat space to begin building the foundation wall. After curing the footing, the team laid bricks one at a time until they reached the floor joists. With the wall completed, the team removed the temporary support and allowed the home to rest on the foundation wall. 

 

After cleaning up the job site, we showed the homeowner the new foundation wall, and they were very impressed with the installation.

Finished Basement Ruined by Water, Salem, NH

A homeowner in Salem, New Hampshire had a finished basement that was ruined by water seeping in. The homeowners suspected that the pond at the front of the home was responsible for the water damage. They contacted EFS for a free inspection, and our Design Specialist, Liam FitzPatrick, met with them and inspected the basement to identify the cause of the problem. After the inspection, Liam recommended installing a perimeter drainage system to prevent water from seeping into the basement again.

 

Our installation team, led by Anthony LoCascio, began by chipping away the concrete along the perimeter. Then, they installed our WaterGuard, TrenchDrain, and TripleSafe Sump Pump to protect each wall of the basement with perimeter drainage. After the installation of the drainage and sump pump, the team plumbed the system to the exterior of the home, where they installed our IceGuard and a buried exterior drainage line. Once the exterior drainage was in place, the team mixed concrete and poured it over the WaterGuard and around the TripleSafe to secure the system.

 

While the concrete was curing, the team installed our SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier beside the TripleSafe, so that the moisture from the dehumidifier would drain into the sump pump basin. With the system fully installed, the homeowner won't have to worry about water seeping into the basement again. They can now proceed with repairs to refinish the walls and floors.

Floor Support Replacement, Rye, NH

A homeowner in Rye, New Hampshire, lives in a home that was built over 100 years ago. They purchased the home 55 years ago and need to start repairing the house in phases to keep it in good condition to leave to their children. The first phase they wanted to start with was to replace the supports in the basement to strengthen the floor system. The homeowners called EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist met with the homeowners and examined the basement and the supports and recommended replacing the wooden supports with galvanized steel supports. 

Our installation team began by removing the old wooden supports. Then we created footings for our supports and installed our SmartJacks under the main beam in the home. After the new supports were in place we used the adjustable top to lift and level the floor system. Once the system was installed we then poured concrete over the footings to lock each support into place. 

The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the project and can now move on to another phase of the project. 

Water Leaking into a Finished Basement

A homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire built their home in the early 2000s. The home has a finished basement that recently had water and moisture leaking onto the floors and walls. The water had damaged the basement floor and walls, and the homeowner wanted to find a solution to prevent further damage. The homeowner decided to call EFS for a free inspection of their basement. Our Design Specialist, Liam Fitzpatrick, met with the homeowner and inspected the finished basement. Liam recommended the installation of 100 feet of WaterGuard, a TripleSafe, two IceGuards, and a SaniDry Sedona to prevent water and moisture from collecting in the basement.

 

Our installation team began by chipping out 100 feet of concrete so we could install our perimeter drainage and sump pump. After chipping out the concrete and removing the dirt and debris, we installed the TripleSafe and WaterGuard. We integrated the perimeter drainage into the sump pump basin and plumbed the system to the exterior of the home. Once plumbed to the exterior of the home, we installed our two IceGuards and a 10-foot discharge line to carry water away from the foundation of the home. We then buried the discharge line and returned to the basement to lock the perimeter drainage system in concrete. We poured concrete over the perimeter drainage and around the sump pump basin to lock everything into place. Lastly, we installed our SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier next to the TripleSafe to control the moisture in the basement.

 

The team cleaned up the basement and yard before taking the homeowner through the final walkthrough. The homeowner was impressed with the system, and we answered any questions the homeowner had before we left.

Fixing Basement Flooding in Newfields, NH

Tom G. in Newfields, NH had to remove water from his basement every time there was heavy rain and melting snow. There were times when up to 30 gallons of water made its way through cracks and joints in the basement walls. With worry that this would get worse, Tom looked for a long-term solution that would guarantee that his basement would remain dry.

After reaching out to Erickson Foundation Solutions, our Design Specialists suggested installing our WaterGuard system to capture water at the perimeter of the basement floor and drain it unseen and safely away. Flexispan, a polyurethane sealant that can morph to movement in the wall, was used to seal the cracks. This, along with our Super Sump, a pump drain designed to pump out additional unwanted water, guaranteed Tom that flooding will not occur in the basement. Additionally, our IceGuard system was installed to allow water to still flow if pipes were to freeze.

Upon installation, Tom no longer had to worry about basement flooding, regardless of the season.

 

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House Leveling, Exeter, NH

A homeowner in Exeter, New Hampshire needed extra support in his home to keep the structure secure. This homeowner was looking to add that extra stability to the home before having a new foundation slab put in. After he reached out to our Customer Care Specialist, we were more than happy to have our Design Specialist Anthony Brancato inspect the structure and offer a solution.

Anthony recommended installing SmartJacks to provide level floors and durability to the entire home. Foreman Justin Broussard and his team first started installing these SmartJacks by applying a strong crushed stone base in the ground. With this stone in place under ground level, the galvanized steel plate is placed on top. Then, the steel beam is attached to the plate, while also attaching to the supplemental support beam. With the SmartJacks in place, the structure is much more stable.

The homeowner will be getting a new foundation shortly after our installation process. This combination provides a permanent solution for a home that was not properly supported.

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Full Perimeter Water Drainage, Hampstead, MA

David M. of Hampstead, New Hampshire has plans to turn his basement into a storage space. With the amount of water that makes its way through the foundation in his basement, the risk of his belongings getting damaged is too high. In order to permanently solve this problem, he reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions.

David reached out to our Customer Care Specialist to schedule a free inspection of the home. Our Design Specialist, Victor Tapia, identified the problems in the home and offered solutions based on David's needs. Without a concrete slab in his basement, this was a very convenient time to add WaterGuard perimeter drainage. This system works by collecting unwanted water along the border of the foundation and filtering it to a sump pump. Typically, the perimeter of a basement slab would need to be chipped up to install WaterGuard, and then cemented back into place. The WaterGuard system would then filter to our UltraSump, which then pumps water out of a home through an exterior drainage line.

With this waterproofing system in place, David can confidently store his belongings in the basement knowing they won't get wet. Installing a concreate slab in the near future will also be an easy process that won't damage the waterproofing system.

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Basement Waterproofing in Preparation for Selling Home, Derry, NH

Kevin C. of Derry, New Hampshire noticed water entering his finished basement in recent weeks. As someone who is getting older and is looking to downsize, he wanted to waterproof the basement to maintain the value of the home when going to sell. In order to do this, he reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions.

A Design Specialist came out to the home to inspect the basement. After inspection, we recommended installing our WaterGuard perimeter drainage and TripleSafe sump pump system to waterproof the basement. This WaterGuard drainage collects water along the perimeter of the foundation footing and diverts it to the sump pump basin. The sump pump system rests in that basin and pumps water out of the house through an exterior drainage line. Our installation crew put these systems in place by chipping out the concrete on the border of the foundation. Once the debris was removed, the perimeter drainage was put in place along with crushed stone to provide a sturdy base and prevent clogging. Then, concrete was chipped out in place of where the sump pump system was to be installed. A basin was created to allow the water to flow to the sump pump. The TripleSafe system was then put in place and connected to the perimeter drainage system. With these systems fully installed, they were then cemented in place. The exterior drainage line was then installed to the sump pump system. Our IceGuard discharge system was then added to exterior drainage line to prevent frozen pipes and flooding.

After completion of the project, foreman Mike Lyall performed a walkthrough with Kevin to go over all the work that was done and answer any questions he had. With the new waterproofing system in place, Kevin was thrilled to uphold the value of his home and maintain a dry basement!

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Basement Floor Repair, Auburn, NH

Kristen and Pat W. of Auburn, New Hampshire had just started to finish their basement when heavy rains led to major basement flooding. This was causing them huge headaches and has completely damaged personal belongings. The basement was at one point filled with 10 inches of water. They reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions so that they could resume finishing their basement with peace of mind.

With such wet soil surrounding the basement, our Design Specialist, Josh Phillips, recommended installing WaterGuard perimeter drainage, TripleSafe sump pump system, SuperSump sump pump, and SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. This system captures water on the inside perimeter of the basement without being exposed to walls or floors, and then diverts the water to the sump pumps, where it is then pumped out of the home. Since the amount of water is so high and the basement is so large, two sump pump systems were installed to ensure that all the water would be pumped out of the home. Our SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier was then installed to the TripleSafe sump pump system, which reduces moisture inside the basement, providing healthier air to the entire home. 

Now that these systems are in place, Kristen and Pat can start designing their dream basement knowing that it will be kept safe and dry!

Basement Waterproofing in Atkinson, MA

Lisette M. of Atkinson, New Hampshire had water entering her foundation through the front left wall. Protecting the basement was essential, as it was used for storage space. With efflorescence also being a concern, she reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions.

After a discussion with our customer care team, an appointment was made for Design Specialist, Nikki Burke, to go out to the home. Nikki performed a free home inspection. She concluded that the best waterproofing solution for Lisette would be composed of WaterGuard perimeter drainage, TripleSafe sump pump system, and SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier. Our installation crew began by chipping out concrete along the perimeter of the basement in order to make space for the WaterGuard system. Once concrete was removed, the system was installed within crushed stone. A sump basin was then created to allow the water to flow to the sump pump. Once the sump pump was placed in the basin, it was connected to the WaterGuard system. With both systems installed and connected, they were then cemented in place. An exterior drainage line was installed to the sump pump in order to dispose water safely out of the home. IceGuard was then attached to the discharge plumbing. IceGuard is a system that prevents water from freezing in the discharge line. It is crucial that water always flows freely in the discharge line, or else there is a possibility of pipes getting backed up and flooding. Lastly, the SaniDry Sedona was installed. By removing moisture from the basement, the SaniDry Sedona creates healthier air quality, including the elimination of efflorescence. The dehumidifier being installed to the TripleSafe creates an automatic drainage process.

With these systems installed, Lisette has peace of mind that her storage space will stay protected from unwanted water.

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Floor Stabilization in Londonderry, NH

Joelle G. of Londonderry, New Hampshire was experiencing sinking and bouncy floors. Looking to level and stabilize them, she reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions.

Our Design Specialist, Nikki Burke, recommended installing SmartJacks in the crawlspace in order to stabilize the floor above. Our installation crew dug out holes where the SmartJacks were to be installed and filled them with crush stone. This creates a sturdy base to support the home. The galvanized steel plate rests on top of the crushed stone and connects to the post. A supplemental support beam was installed along the upper part of the crawl space, which were connected to the posts. Once all the posts were installed, the SmartJacks were raised until the floor was leveled.

With the SmartJacks installed, the house is now properly supported, and the floors are firm and level. 

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Foundation Wall Stabilization in Danville, NH

Jeff S. of Danville, New Hampshire noticed cracks getting worse in his basement and garage. Water would enter through these cracks and create an annoying cleanup process. Concerned with the foundation wall failing to support the home and fear of flooding, Jeff reached out to Erickson Foundation Solutions.

Our Design Specialist, Liam FitzPatrick, recommended installing our PowerBrace wall repair system and FlexiSpan wall crack repair. Our installation crew began work on the project by installing 6 PowerBraces along the cracked basement wall. These PowerBraces consist of steel I-beams that are secured to the joists above the wall with steel brackets in order to stabilize and even potentially straighten the wall. This prevents walls from bowing inwards. FlexiSpan was then added to the wall cracks as a form of waterproofing the basement. FlexiSpan is a long-term sealant that can withstand slight movement within foundation walls to keep the basement dry.

Once our crew completed that project and left the area clean, foreman Ed Nadreau performed a walkthrough with Jeff to go over the systems that were installed and answer any questions he may have. Jeff was thrilled that his wall was supported and stabilized and that he was safe from leaks and flooding!

Wet Basement Repair in Epping, NH

Don O. of Epping, New Hampshire was concerned with the safety of his personal belongings in the basement. Water would make its way through the foundation, creating a very annoying cleanup process. After 3 years of cleaning up water off the basement floor, Don decided he couldn't do it anymore. He called Erickson Foundation Solutions to permanently waterproof his basement.

After inquiring about a free estimate through our website, our Customer Care team called Don to schedule an appointment with a Design Specialist. Anthony Brancato went out to the home to provide the free inspection. After taking a thorough look at the basement, as well as the rest of the home, Anthony further discussed with Don what solutions would work best for him. Anthony's final recommendation consisted of WaterGuard perimeter drainage, TrenchDrain surface drainage, and TripleSafe sump pump. Don was very happy with this proposal, and an installation date was scheduled. Our installation crew started work by demoing the basement drywall and bottom 3 stairs in order to make space for WaterGuard. This system captures water along the perimeter of the basement and directs it towards the sump pump. TrenchLock was installed in areas where WaterGuard is unable to be installed. This included the bulkhead door, water heater, and oil tank. TrenchLock was installed and connected to the WaterGuard system, creating one path for water to flow to the sump pump. Both the WaterGuard and TrenchLock systems were designed with technology that prevents air from coming up through the ground, which eliminates the risk of radon entering the home. A sump basin was dug under the surface of the foundation to allow water to travel downwards into it. Once the sump basin was created, the TripleSafe, WaterGuard, and TrenchDrain were all encased in crushed stone and then cemented in place. The TripleSafe sump pump is a three-pump system, including a battery backup pump, guaranteeing that large amounts of water can always be pumped out of the home. In order to guide water out of the home, and exterior discharge line was installed from the sump pump to the front lawn, which was the location that Don requested. IceGuard was attached to this system to prevent water from freezing in the pipes. This plumbing system was then buried in the ground to keep the lawn looking nice.

After making sure to leave the job site clean, foreman Ryan Champagne performed a final walkthrough with Don. He answered any questions that Don had and made sure to provide him with all the relevant info regarding his new waterproofing system. Now that the basement will always stay dry, Don's storage space is safe, and he will never need to worry about cleaning water off his floor again!

Foundation Leveling and Crack Repair in East Hampstead, NH

Recently in East Hampstead, NH, we encountered a homeowner facing a rather common dilemma with an uncommon twist. Their home's foundation was sinking, and the basement floor was cracking—symptoms that not only threatened the structural integrity of the home but also made the basement susceptible to annoying leaks. Such issues can stir a mix of frustration and concern for any homeowner, but for the homeowner, making that distress call to us was the first step towards a solution.

After contacting our friendly Customer Care team, we scheduled a thorough home inspection. Our experienced System Design Specialist, Mathhew Robichaud made a visit, giving them a clear understanding of the underlying problems. The homeowner was provided with a straightforward solution to stabilize the basketball court-sized slab and make it level. The remedy? Our team proposed the installation of PolyLevel and NexusPro—innovative and reliable solutions known for addressing such pressing concerns efficiently. PolyLevel, a cutting-edge foam injection, offers a robust and long-lasting solution to lifting and leveling sinking concrete slabs. Meanwhile, NexusPro works miraculously to seal cracks and joints, preventing future water intrusion and fortifying the integrity of the concrete against the elements. Our foreman, Kris Sergi, and team of skilled installers were swift to action. They meticulously performed the installations, paying keen attention to detail to ensure that the job not only met but exceeded the homeowner's expectations.

Post-installation, they made sure their work area was left clean, almost as if the imperfections in the foundation and basement were merely a figment of the past. The outcome? A basement and foundation restored to endure the rigors of time.

Basement Leak Repair in Derry, NH

At Erickson Foundation Solutions, we recently tackled a relatable yet unique basement waterproofing challenge in Derry, NH. The homeowner reached out to us, completely fed up with continually having to vacuum water off their basement floor after heavy rains. Understandably, they wanted a permanent, reliable solution that would not just handle the symptoms, but eliminate the problem's root. Our approach was straightforward yet tailored. After the homeowner contacted our Customer Care team, we swiftly scheduled a home inspection to understand the depth of the issue.

Our System Design Specialist, Debra Rayborn, armed with knowledge and expertise, visited the home, conducted a thorough inspection of the basement, and diagnosed the causes of the water intrusion. Their recommendation? The installation of a SuperSump pump system paired with an IceGuard system to ensure year-round protection, even in freezing temperatures. Our dedicated production team, comprising of foreman Abdou Taal and experienced installers, took to the task with vigor. Installation was not just about placing equipment but ensuring that the homeowner’s basement was prepared for a long-term solution. The SuperSump pump was set up to efficiently evacuate water out and away from the home, while the IceGuard system was installed to prevent potential blockages due to ice or debris, ensuring that the discharge lines remain effective even in the harshest of winters. Upon completion, the transformation was as we and the homeowner hoped—the basement stayed dry, projecting a comfort and assurance that they hadn't felt in years. Cleanup was thorough, leaving them with nothing to deal with but a newfound peace about their home's safety against water damage. Through this process, we demonstrated once again how our mission isn’t just about providing practical solutions, but ensuring a remarkable customer experience that focuses on genuine, long-lasting relief.

Stabilizing Floor with SmartJacks in Newmarket, NH

Recently, we had the pleasure of helping a homeowner in Peabody, MA, whose encounter with a concerning report from a home inspector led them straight to Erickson Foundation Solutions. The report highlighted a need for additional support for the floors, pointing towards a compromised structural integrity of their beloved home. Understandably, this left the homeowner anxious about the safety and durability of their living space.

After reaching out to our Customer Care team, a quick arrangement was made for an on-site inspection by one of our seasoned System Design Specialists, Jason Vachon. While it's never easy to hear that your home has structural issues, our specialist walked the homeowner through the findings with the patience and clarity they needed. The solution? The SmartJack crawl space support system — a reliable fix we often recommend for problems just like this. Our SmartJack system is specifically designed to address and correct underlying structural issues within crawl spaces, thereby stabilizing and sometimes even lifting the sagging floor joists above. What makes SmartJack an asset is not only its strength in providing solid support but also its adaptability in being adjustable over time, which is crucial for long-term integrity and balance of the house. Deploying our efficient installation crew, we set to work in the crawl space, with a clear roadmap of installing SmartJacks to underpin and raise the previously failing support system. The procedure, while intricate, was executed with minimal intrusion to the day-to-day life of our homeowner. Safety measures were thoroughly maintained, and our team ensured the site was as clean upon departure as it was when we arrived. The outcome? Our homeowner was deserted by their initial fears and worries after noticing the immediate improvement in the floors' stability - a direct result of the newly added strength from the SmartJacks.

Eliminating Garage and Basement Water Intrusion in Portsmouth, NH

When a homeowner in Portsmouth, NH, reached out to us at Erickson Foundation Solutions, they were facing a persistent challenge that many in our community can relate to – a malfunctioning sump pump leading to unwanted water seepage in their basement and garage during heavy rainfalls. As if the water wasn't troublesome enough, they also noticed efflorescence on their basement walls, signaling that moisture was a serious concern needing immediate attention. Understanding the urgency of the situation, our dedicated Customer Care team promptly scheduled a home inspection to get to the root of the problem. Our System Design Specialist, Jason Vachon, meticulously inspected the premises and diagnosed the primary issues at hand. For a lasting solution, we recommended the installation of a TripleSafe Sump Pump system along with the SaniDry Sedona unit. The TripleSafe Sump Pump is uniquely designed to offer three levels of protection, ensuring that the basement remains dry all year round, even in the case of power outages or overwhelming water flow. Complementing this system, the SaniDry Sedona works efficiently to dehumidify and cleanse the air, controlling mold and humidity levels efficiently, making the space comfortable and healthy. Our professional production team got to work, installing these solutions with precision and care, transforming a previously damp and worrisome space into a dry and serene area.

Not only did we rectify the faulty sump pump issue and address the water seepage concern, but by doing so, we also tackled the efflorescence, preventing its recurrence by eliminating its root cause: excess moisture. In the end, the homeowner was delighted with the transformation. The basement and garage that were once sources of stress are now secure and dry, providing peace of mind, especially during torrential downpours.

Bulkhead Door Waterproofing in Salem, NH

Recently, a homeowner in Salem, NH, noticed water seeping through their basement’s bulkhead door every time it rained. This was more than just an inconvenience; it was threatening the foundations of their home. Understanding the severity of the issue, they reached out to us at Erickson Foundation Solutions.

True to our reputation for providing a stress-free and competent service, we swung into action. First off, our friendly Customer Care team booked the homeowner in for a comprehensive home inspection. Our System Design Specialist, Bryan Barnard, visited the property to walk through the problem areas. The diagnosis was groundwater seepage, a challenge we were all too familiar with and more than equipped to manage. For this specific case, we suggested installing our reliable WaterGuard drainage system alongside the SuperSump pump. These solutions are designed to work in tandem – the WaterGuard intercepts the water at the foundation level and guides it to the SuperSump, which then efficiently pumps it out and away from the home. By executing a thorough plan laid out by Bryan, our adept installation team transformed what could have been a recurring nightmare into a one-off job. We worked diligently, installing the specified products, making sure every hitch was addressed.

The homeowner’s basement is now dry, and the bulkhead door no longer leaks, which means more than just dry floors. There's peace of mind knowing their foundation remains secure against what was a persistent intrusion. The result of our work is twofold: one, the homeowner's immediate problem was resolved, drying off the basement and effectively waterproofing it from further leaking issues. And two, but equally important, we provided a solution that packs longevity.

New Egress Window Installed in Auburn, NH

A homeowner in Auburn, NH had long desired a large, attractive egress window to allow natural light into their finished basement. The existing window well was covered, obstructing all light and rendering the basement gloomy and uninviting. Seeking a company capable of delivering a high-quality solution to illuminate their space, they contacted Erickson Foundation Solutions.

Following contact with our Customer Care team, an appointment was arranged with System Design Specialist Josh Phillips. Josh conducted a thorough, complimentary home inspection. He then suggested the installation of a new egress window, complemented by our RockWell window well and cover. The transparent cover is crafted to let more light into the basement and shield the egress window from debris, as well as prevent anything (or anyone) from falling in. The window well is spacious and aesthetically pleasing, designed to facilitate a safe emergency exit from the basement. Our installation team, headed by Nick Carelli, executed the job with precision and speed.

A job isn't finished until the workspace is clean and orderly. Our team prioritizes restoring the site to its original state, making it seem as though we were never there. Following this, Nick conducted a final inspection with the homeowner, confirming the work's quality and addressing any lingering inquiries. Delighted with the outcome, the family can now relish their inviting and secure basement area.

Serving the following Rockingham County, NH zip codes
Derry 03038, Salem 03079, Londonderry 03053, Portsmouth 03803, Portsmouth 03804, Portsmouth 03801, Portsmouth 03802, Hampton 03843, Hampton 03842, Exeter 03833, Windham 03087, East Hampstead 03826, Raymond 03077, Newmarket 03857, Seabrook 03874, Hampstead 03841, Plaistow 03865, Stratham 03885, Epping 03042, Atkinson 03811, Sandown 03873, Kingston 03848, Rye 03870, Auburn 03032, Nottingham 03290, Chester 03036, Newton 03858, Fremont 03044, Danville 03819, North Hampton 03862, Deerfield 03037, Northwood 03261, Candia 03034, Greenland 03840, East Kingston 03827, Hampton Falls 03844, Newfields 03856, New Castle 03854, Rye Beach 03871, West Nottingham 03291, East Candia 03040, East Derry 03041, North Salem 03073, Newton Junction 03859

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