Although sink holes are the given names of many things in different areas of the country, here in metro Atlanta sink holes are technically just burial pits. For many years it was common practice for all types of debris to be buried instead of hauled off and disposed of. The one thing that most sink holes have in common is the presence of land clearing debris; that is stumps and brush. We have also discovered logs, construction debris, tires, and quite a few other things. We classify these holes in three different categories or types.
One type of sink hole is what we call the development hole which is generally the largest and most expensive type to resolve. This type of burial pit was done during the original development of the neighborhoods. Often times this type of hole will exist on a property in the front yard and is typically parallel to the road or to a stormwater easement. At this point in development, the very largest equipment was on site and digging a large hole was very easy and inexpensive compared to hauling off the debris. Many of these holes cross property lines and some are extremely vast containing tremendous volumes of debris.
At C&M Residential, we are skilled at filling large sinkholes. We can assure you that the sinkhole remediation will be done correctly and you will never have to worry about the area again. We fix sink holes in Atlanta, Marietta, Smyrna, Kennesaw, Roswell, Acworth, Dunwoody and Dallas, GA.