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Leaning Concrete Wall Repair - Hudson, NH

Leaning Concrete Wall Repair - Hudson, NH

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Leaning Concrete Wall Repair - Hudson, NH Leaning Concrete Wall Repair - Hudson, NH

The concrete foundation walls beneath this garage slab were gradually pushing out over time. A new homeowner inherited the house and decided to fix the problem permanently before it got worse. GeoLock wall anchors were the ideal solution.

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Erickson Foundation Supportworks has been the trusted, local professionals to call in Hudson, NH, for foundation repairs, concrete leveling, and radon mitigation. Our in-house team of expert engineers know how to properly determine and repair the structural issues you are going through. We provide a 25-year written warranty for all of our foundation products. With the professionals at Erickson Foundation Supportworks, you can feel safe knowing that your repairs are in good hands.

Foundation Repair Contractor Hudson, 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 Supportworks, 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

Hudson, 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 Supportworks 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 a technique called mudjacking, but our method doesn’t disturb the area, takes less drying time, and is more affordable. Get in contact with us today and get your FREE concrete leveling estimate!

Radon Gas Mitigation Systems

Radon gas is colorless, odorless, and as cancer-causing as tobacco 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.

Job Stories From Hudson, NH
Settling Condominium - Push Pier Repair

The Shepherds Hill condominium complex was built in the early 2000's in Hudson, NH. The complex is comprised of attached condo units, which rest upon a hill top overlooking Benson Park. One of the buildings began showing signs of settling about 12 years ago, and over the years gradually got worse. The homeowners of the two separate condos in this building, Mike B. and David M., knew they needed to take action to repair the foundation, and began their search for possible, cost effective solutions to stabilizing their shared foundation. Windows and doors in both units were sticking, there were large cracks in the slab on the lower levels, and cracks were also found in the drywall throughout both units, all signs of foundation settlement.  For the homeowners, it was crucial they made the necessary repairs (permanently), as one was moving away and looking to rent the home, and the other was looking to sell within a few years time.

Erickson Foundation Supportworks had previously done foundation repair work for the property management group tied to Shepherd's Hill, and so were one of the companies to submit proposals for addressing the settlement issue. Being hired for the job, the production crew was led by Stavros Charalambous, who began the task of installing 31 Push Piers around the entire perimeter of the building, as each side of the structure was sinking. In the front of the structure, settlement was about 1 inch, while in the rear, the structure had settled 2 3/4 inches. 

To install a push pier system, soil is first removed to expose the foundation footing where the pier will be driven. A heavy-duty steel bracket is then installed below the footing. Next, rugged, interlocking steel pier sections are hydraulically driven through the bracket until bedrock or stable soil is reached. The weight of the home is then transferred through the piers to this load-bearing soil. Once this has been completed, it's possible to attempt to lift the foundation, elevating the settled foundation back to its original position. Once the homeowner and installing contractor are satisfied with the stabilization or amount of lift, the soil can be backfilled. The structure is then permanently stabilized in its new position.

On the day of the lift, both homeowners were home and tested windows and doors throughout the process. Both were amazed and thrilled to see windows and doors, which had been sticking or jammed for years, to be operating and functioning correctly once again. The lift was successful, and with the foundation permanently stabilized, the interior drywall damage could then also be repaired. For David M., looking to rent his condo, he felt relieved knowing that there were no longer any structural issues for him to deal with while he prepared to move. For homeowner Mike B., he was glad to know that having a stabilized foundation, with a transferable warranty for the Push Pier system, was going to make selling his condo home that much easier.

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Garage Foundation Repair

Inheriting a family home comes with it's challenges, especially when the home is in desperate need of repairs. For Sharon H., the home she inherited in Hudson, NH from her father was in need of structural repairs to the foundation and slab of the attached garage. Over time the slab was settling, and the soil beneath the slab was pushing downwards against the foundation walls beneath it, forcing them to lean out. There was also a large crack along a seam where an old foundation used to adjoin the garage, and at the seam soil was gradually pouring out. With leaning walls and a sinking slab, the garage was at risk of completely collapsing. Sharon saw a commercial for Erickson Foundation Supportworks on WMUR TV and called to schedule an inspection and learn more about possible solutions for repairing her foundation problem.

After a thorough inspection, Erickson Foundation Supportworks proposed GeoLock wall anchors to straighten and stabilize the leaning walls. Additionally, the slab in the garage was thin and brittle, and since part of the GeoLock installation process would involve some excavation within the garage, Sharon decided it was also best to replace the entire 12' x 12' slab. 

GeoLocks are an innovative wall anchor system, permanently stabilizing foundation walls by anchoring the walls to the hard-packed soil beyond the foundation wall. After installation, wall anchors can often be tightened over time to further straighten the foundation walls and pull them back to their original position. 

GeoLock Wall Anchors  

Erickson Foundation Supportworks installed 3 GeoLock anchors on the right side of the foundation wall beneath the garage to permanently stabilize the wall against leaning out further. The wall was also straightened a significant amount, as the soil on the other side was excavated to allow some movement. There were also 3 GeoLock anchors installed on the rear wall beneath the slab, which was also stabilized and straightened. 

In situations where there is compact or virgin soil on the other side of a leaning foundation wall, GeoLock anchors are the ideal solution for stabilizing, and in some cases straightening the wall. Sharon was thrilled to see the improvements and relieved to know her garage is no longer at risk of losing it's foundation stability.

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Settling Home in Hudson, NH

The foundation of this 1970's home was installed without a proper footing. Gradually sinking over the years, causing windows and doors to stick along the way, eventually settled 7 inches. With the potential to continue sinking, the homeowner needed to address the issue.

Push piers were used to lift and stabilize the structure. The piers were successfully able to lift the home 3 inches (anymore would have affected plumbing or caused severe cracking). With the push piers being so deep into the earth, it is unlikely the home will ever settle again.

Additionally, spray foam, similar to our PolyLevel product, was applied to the foundation wall and soils surrounding it, it order to provide some frost protection. Frost causes heaving and other harmful effects to the foundation, so this was also a crucial step to address.

Lastly, this home also received an air radon mitigation system. It will be much easier to sell the home now that it is much better protected.

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Work Requests From Hudson, NH
Flying Rock Rd in Hudson
Would like cracks in foundation wall repaired. Some go through to outside. No water issues.
Chagnon Lane in Hudson
Need estimate to mitigate high air radon readings.
Anna Louise Dr in Hudson
I have a concrete pool apron that has sections that are sinking towards the pool. I'm concerned that water drains in along the pool wall causing additional erosion. Tearing up the concrete and re-pouring is too costly.
Flying Rock Rd in Hudson
I need to replace Radon system fan.
Henry Drive in Hudson
We are purchasing a home that has elevated levels of radon, sellers do not have mitigation system in place at this time. Looking for affordable options.
A ST in Hudson
The foundation in our garage has a new vertical crack on the inside and goes to the outside of the wall and has started leaking water with heavy rain
Jeremy Lane in Hudson
Water in basement, cracks in foundation and garage floor cracking and settling.
Musquash Rd in Hudson
My garage floor heaved and cracked many years ago. I'd like a price on replacing it.
in Hudson
Growing and new cracks in foundation basement floor. Bought the property in august and already seeing new cracks
Westchester Ct in Hudson
I am looking to get a fan installed for an existing radon mitigation system. Do you do this and can it be done before Wednesday of next week? If do, what is the cost?
Glenview Drive in Hudson
Radon in well water results 10100 pCi/L. Results of Cellar air 6.8 pCi/L. Have a french dain pipe in cellar. Looking for a Water and Air radon mitigation system for home. Can the water and air systems be combimed? Can the french drain pipe be used to reduce the cost of the air mitigation system?
Schaefer Circle in Hudson
Some parts of my pool deck have sunken below the cement that butts up against the pool itself.
Pinewood Road in Hudson
What is the typical cost of a system?
School Street in Hudson
Front foundation wall bowing in looking to have quote to repair

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