What Is Resin Injection?
Resin injection helps raise, re-support and re-level sunken foundations. It is a no excavation, no mess method alternative to underpinning which causes very little disruption to the occupant. It entails an expanding resin mix being injected in to the ground through tubes, the force of the expansion fills any voids, and works to ensure any cracks or crevices are filled tightly. Resin injection also compacts and strengthens weak ground.
If further re-levelling is required the injection is continued acting as an upwards force to bring the structure to it’s intended level. It is a rapid process and normally takes no more than a day to complete.
Why Is Resin Injection Required?
How Do I know If I Need Resin Injection?
Resin injection is one of the options that you can choose when you have subsidence and the sinking or downward settling of a build’s foundation, has occurred. Subsidence can be identified via the sloping of, or cracks in, joints, bricks, doors, window frames, walls, ceilings and floors. A further sign of subsidence is the general sloping of the property to one side. For further information regarding whether you need resin injection or not, please feel free to get in contact with our industry specialists who are able to provide you with a free consultation and quotation today!
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How Can Structural Repairs Help With Resin Injection?
As industry leading experts with over 35 years’ of experience, we are structural repair specialists proficient in resin injection. Here at Structural Repairs, we ensure that when working with our clients we provide a comprehensive and all-encompassing service.
This entails a full survey used to identify the current condition of your property’s foundation, recommendations of the most effective remedial action which needs to be taken on your build, careful and successful execution of such, as well as any further arrangements necessary such as the attainment of planning permission. For expert advice regarding the structural condition of your property, please feel free to get in contact with one of our specialists today and obtain a free consultation today.