Problem: Floor has dropped away from the framed wall in one corner.
Evaluation: This barn was constructed on a slight hill. To maintain good drainage around this new structure one side of the barn floor needed to be elevated about 3 feet above the original ground level. This dirt and/or gravel used to do this settled taking the concrete floor with it.
Strategically drilled small into the sunken corner.
Pumped our cement slurry through drilled hole in a repetitive pattern as to not cause any new cracks to appear.
Further recommendations to this customer include the following:
Gutters were recommended so that the ground next to the repaired corner does not get saturated from rain. This type of building does not a frost wall to block this saturation from soaking beneath the concrete floor. This could accelerate any further settling.