How to Fill a Void under a Foundation
All foundations settle over time, and a certain amount of cracking in a concrete foundation is normal. But, if you notice that your foundation is settling unevenly, or if you’ve noticed hairline cracks widening or spreading up the walls of your foundation, there’s a good chance you have a void under your foundation. Subterranean voids can be caused by a number of things, such as decaying organic matter in the soil substrates or groundwater erosion. Regardless of what is causing the void, though, if there is a building sitting on top of it, it needs to be repaired right away before structural damage or personal injury occurs.
Since 2007, the geotechnical experts at Engineered Solutions of Georgia have provided professional void fill services to commercial customers throughout much of the southeastern U.S. We are well-versed in the different types of soil structures in this region and have repaired many different types of foundations and filled voids and sinkholes using various techniques such as:
- Pressure grouting
- Concrete leveling
- Soil stabilization
- And more
When you contact us for void fill services, we will start by scheduling an inspection at a time that is convenient for you. Our team will perform a thorough inspection of your foundation and the surrounding soil structures and work with you to devise a creative and cost-effective solution, custom-tailored to your unique situation. When you partner with us to fill a void under your foundation, you’ll be able to rest easy knowing that your investment is protected, thanks to our rock-solid triple warranty, covering materials, labor, and design.
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To learn more about partnering with Engineered Solutions of Georgia to have a void beneath your foundation filled in, contact us today. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have.