Nicholas is certified in designing solutions for our customers’ concrete repair, waterproofing, wall support, settlement, egress window, and crawl space needs. Originally from New Hampton, Iowa, Nicholas now lives in Des Moines and has worked for Midwest Foundation Repair for more than 10 years. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing, farming, ice fishing, hunting and attending sporting events.
At Midwest, we work every day to deliver a wow experience and challenge the status quo. One way we do that is by walking alongside the best in the industry. Nicholas says he loves helping homeowners fix whatever issues they are experiencing in their homes.
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“Nick was very professional and courteous. I chose this company because I had had their services before and was very satisfied, they have a great quality of...”Read Full Testimonial
“We appreciated your being flexible with the installation dates. The installation procedure was not as loud as we had feared. The clean up was very thorough. I...”Read Full Testimonial
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“We were referred by our neighbor who was highly satisfied with his work he had done and I too am equally satisfied!”Read Full Testimonial
Theresa C. noticed sagging floors in her kitchen and hallway near the washer and dryer. The floors on the main level were starting to settle. She thought the solution would be to install new flooring, but a flooring specialist recommended better support was needed first. She decided to call us to have a look.
We had a System Design Specialist, Nicholas Hruska, go to her home to evaluate what we could do to fix the problem. He noticed that her support jacks were not supporting the floor above which was causing the sagging. We fixed the problem by installing a new supplemental beam with 3 SmartJacks. The support beam under the hallway which had the washer and dryer above was in good shape but the wood columns were splitting and moving because they did not have a solid footing under and could not support the weight. We installed 4 new SmartJacks with good footings under the existing beam. Her floors have now lifted about a 1/2 inch and as a result, was able to put in new floors!
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