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Continuous Radon Monitor

Radon exposure is the leading cause of non-smoking lung cancer. It leads to more than 21,000 deaths each year in the US. One in 15 American homes contains high levels of radon. Millions of Americans do not know that they are exposed to radon gas. We in the “Granite State” have higher radon levels and exposure potential, and correspondingly more incidents of lung cancer due to radon. According to the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES), 1 in 3 NH homes has elevated

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Posted on November 20 , 2017 by admin0 Comments

New Domain Announcement

Change is essential for success. I admire companies that constantly change and improve. Who would have thought 20 years ago that you could buy oatmeal and a salad at McDonalds? Apple MacIntosh computers were amazing in 1986, but I sure wouldn’t want one today if I can have a MacBook Pro! Team Engineering is working to constantly improve! In 1993, “engineernh@aol.com” seemed like a great email for this new business. At some point, we launched a website “engineernh.com” and b

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Posted on October 12 , 2017 by admin0 Comments

Common Foundation Faults

Out of sight and out of mind. This saying holds so true for our building foundations. Often when we inspect basements and crawl spaces, we are going where people have not been for some time. While the conditions that undermine foundations generally work slowly, understanding the significance of a problem and the most feasible solution may also take time.I have in mind the concrete masonry unit (CMU) foundation wall that is concrete blocks held together by cement mortar. Water in the backfill

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Posted on September 20 , 2017 by admin0 Comments

Retaining Wall Basics

Retaining walls hold back soil. They are used where there is a steep slope to stabilize the slope, or to provide relatively level surfaces above and/or below the wall. They can be used to provide a play area or dog park where there is currently an uncomfortably steep grassy or woodland surface. Some basement and crawlspace walls are designed as retaining walls, because they do not have a floor frame holding them at the top.Retaining walls are most commonly made of interlocking concrete block

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Posted on August 29 , 2017 by Nancy Nichols0 Comments

Common Foundation Faults

Out of sight and out of mind. This saying holds so true for our building foundations. Often when we inspect basements and crawl spaces, we are going where people have not been for some time. While the conditions that undermine foundations generally work slowly, understanding the significance of a problem and the most feasible solution may also take time.I have in mind the concrete masonry unit (CMU) foundation wall that is concrete blocks held together by cement mortar. Water in the backfill

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Posted on August 03 , 2017 by Nancy Nichols0 Comments

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