When they suddenly occur, few things are more startling that sinkholes. Most sinkholes are usually related to underground pipe, utilities, or weak soils. In some cases, however, sinkholes represent the final stages of a long-acting geological process taking place well beneath your home. Most sinkholes require engineering support staff to conduct ground penetrating radar (GPR) testing and determine the exact cause.
- Fresh cracks in the foundations of houses and buildings
- New cracks in interior walls
- New cracks in the ground outside
- Depressions in the ground
- Trees or fence posts that tilt or fall
- Doors or windows suddenly become difficult to open or close
How We Repair
We use URETEK Deep Injection® (UDI) to fix sinkholes, but each case needs to be carefully inspected to determine the amount of polymer resin required, as well as the depths of the process. UDI stabilizes the soils to prevent further erosion and increases the soil bearing capacity.