Sinkholes Inspection

Sinkholes Inspection

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Most small cracks in drywall or plaster walls are not serious Sinkhole House  and caused by seasonal expansion and contraction of the wood framing in your house over time. Larger cracks in your walls, however, can indicate structural or foundation problems.
As you now know sometimes, cracks in your walls are a sign of sinkhole activity on your property. Sinkhole activity is a common problem with the limestone bedrock that lies beneath much of the state of Florida, and sinkhole activity is a problem on your property specifically when cracks in your exterior walls appear. Just give us a call at Sinkhole House Buyers Florida to see how we can help you!



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What Our Clients Say

When cancer and a sinkhole hit us at the very same time, we were in deep trouble. Our home was condemned and we didn’t know where to turn. I found Mike on the web and gave him a call. He was able to help us with our sinkhole house. He purchased it from us at a fair price and paid all closing costs. He was able to explain all that was happening, while being both caring and professional. He has won a place in our hearts. We couldn’t recommend his services more.
Dennis & Jean
Home Owners (Villages)
We want to take this opportunity to personally thank Mike Kouchak for helping us out at very difficult time in our lives. After hurricane Irma we discovered we had sinkhole activity under our house forcing us to vacate our property and find another place to live. We were desperate and could find no one to help us decide what to do with our property. Mike literally came to our rescue when we had nowhere else to turn. Mike ended up buying our property when no one else cared. Throughout our ordeal Mike was supportive, kind, and helpful and we don’t know what we would have done without his assistance. You can trust Mike to be honest and reliable.
Andrew & Lauire Vos
Home Owners (Newport Richey)
A body that genuinely exudes compassion, and care for others. If you were to look that definition up in the dictionary you would see Mike Kouchak, sinkhole investors name next to it. A man truly sent from God to take the burden of a sinkhole home off my shoulders. Despite the illusions many people have of real estate being a lucrative business this testimony is set forth to reassure you it is not. Especially if you choose a niche field of sinkhole homes to buy, repair, and try to resell it to the real estate market. Mike stayed by my side, gave me courage, and reassurance every step of the way when others walked away. His famous last words “no worries it will get done”. Just like “thy Kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven”. Mike came through in a supernatural way that propelled me from high levels of despair and stress to freedom and ability to move on with my life. Mike and his crew provided me with a seamless hassle-free sale, and closed with certainty. They even paid my share of closing cost! I am a real person who is super great-full for Mike’s constant support through my ordeal. If Mike says he can make it happen he will. You won’t be disappointed with his outstanding service and knowledge.
Home Owner (Tampa)


Sinkholes are usually naturally occurring, and happen after water gradually dissolves bedrock. This leads to the formation of a cavity underneath the ground. Loose rock nearer the surface then gradually falls into it, like sand down an hourglass, until the surface layer can no longer support itself. Finally, the whole thing gives away, and a sinkhole forms. They’re sudden and can be very dangerous. Sometimes, sinkholes are caused by old mine shafts or similar deep below the ground. 


Sinkholes are a form of subsidence, which is when the ground sinks. As with other subsidence types, it is usually possible to spot warning signs before things get really bad. If you notice some of the following things in or around your property, then you should get an expert like Geobear to check whether there is a sinkhole forming:

stairstep crack in wall

  • Cracks in the walls
  • Cracks around door frames and windows
  • Stairstep cracks in brickwork
  • Widening cracks
  • Tilting trees or posts
  • A dip forming in the garden or driveway
  • A pond suddenly draining away
  • Uneven floors
  • Dying vegetation in a concentrated area
  • Dying vegetation in a concentrated area

Of course, these things may just be signs of less severe subsidence or natural settlement. However, if in doubt, it is best to be on the safe side and get it checked out.

We can visit your property to assess what depths of treatment are needed to return your property to its original state if subsidence or a sinkhole risk is present. Please contact us to arrange a no obligation site visit – we’ll talk to you and work out the best solution for your particular problem.


Sinkholes are prevented by strengthening the ground before a big hole has a chance to occur and cause the ground to fall in. Our ground strengthening works using our resin injection method. We inject geopolymer resin into the affected area, it then binds with the soil and compacts, allowing your property to withstand any sinkhole far more effectively. It will increase its capacity to withstand its weight and, through the expansive force of our materials, we can in some instances lift your property back to its original state.


Qattara Depression. The vast Qattara west of Cairo, Egypt is the largest natural sinkhole in the world, measuring 80km long by 120km wide.


Sinkholes may occur along outside walls or in the lawn or garden. They can have various shapes and sizes and can grow or deepen either slowly or rapidly. In many cases, sinkholes can be repaired by the homeowner. Before any remediation work is done, the extent and cause of the sinkhole should be determined.


“When you make a sinkhole claim with an insurer, it costs $10,000 just to diagnose the problem,” says Brashear. “You have to go 30 to 100 feet below the ground level just to determine the hole is there. Then it will usually cost between $50,000 and $200,000 to fix.”



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