WHY REPLACE IT? RAISE IT!
If you have sunken foundations that result in cracked
floors and walls, pavements or driveways, we can fix it!
Call us today on 02-49598361 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
to discuss how we can assist you with your rectification project.
Resinject raise and re-level sunken foundations, re-level concrete slabs, cracked footpaths, factory floors and subsiding roads by injecting polyurethane resin into voids between the top of the ground strata and the base of the slab, footing or foundation. We can also fill voids and cavities arising from washout and subsidence.
Whether for the mining, civil, residential, industrial or commercial environment – the Resinject method is quick, convenient and non–toxic with minimum disruption and maximum cost effectiveness. The Resinject method only requires a minimal point of injection direct to the affected area.
Why Choose Us?
Resinject is solely Australian owned and operated. We service the whole of NSW and certain municipalities in QLD.
It is our aim to provide a professional, top quality and efficient job. All of our work is carried out by our own trained professionals, so you can be assured of quality knowledge and experience every time. The Resinject “resin injection” method is a very cost effective and efficient solution compared to alternative processes.
Our standard resins are fast setting and durable, and all work undertaken is done so with minimal disruption to the work site or residents. Thorough ground testing is carried out prior to injection allowing us to target areas of weak ground for stabilisation and consolidation and further ground tests are carried out post injection to confirm the effectiveness of the consolidation. Resinject utilise specialised measuring equipment to monitor exact movement when lifting and rotating structures for maximum effectiveness.
2016 Dec – QLD Dicky Point Resinject were very easy to deal with and at a great price! They explained the process really well which put us at ease for the work that was being done on our unit. We would have no hesitation in recommending them to family, friends or colleagues in the future. M. Knowles
2016 Sept – NSW Glenmore Park It has now been over three months since we decided to use Resinject to restore subsidence to our backyard entertainment area. Even though it was raining ‘Cats and Dogs’ on the day – Andy and his team worked through the horrible conditions and even cleaned up when they were finished. We achieved the result we were hoping for and highly recommend Resinject’s workmanship. Since the work was completed there has been no further movement and we are very happy with the results. James and Carol
2016 Sept – NSW Wollongong I can highly recommend Resinject. The process has exceeded my expectations, and made a big difference to very substantial subsidence. Most pleasing is the fact that the process was quick, clean and non-invasive. Save for a few small drill holes, there is no evidence of the works done. If we’d gone with traditional underpinning, we’d have a huge mess to clean up and weeks of disruption. Andy and his team were a pleasure to work with. Their customer service and integrity was above and beyond. I was kept in the loop at all stages of the process, they kept their word on price, and showed fantastic care and respect for our home. They showed great care and attention to detail, and they took obvious pride in their work.The site was kept clean and tidy throughout, and they were fastidious with their clean up once the job was done. If a good result, quality service, and real integrity are important to you, I can 100% recommend the team at Resinject. C. Tulloch
2016 Sept – QLD – I just wanted to say the whole process of underpinning my house was conducted in a most pleasant and efficient manner from first inspection and quoting through to the work done. During the day of the work I was kept fully informed of progress and at the end of the day you would not know they had been! We are very pleased with the result. G. Hansen
Residential – verandah relevelling
The verandah was falling away from the house. A series of polyurethane piers were installed Read More..Friday, November 18, 2016 -4:42
Residential – driveway
A residential driveway was raised 55mm. Laser monitoring and dial gauges were used as part Read More..Friday, November 18, 2016 -4:58
Commercial – workshop slab subsidence...
The load bearing capacity of the ground had been compromised by excessive ground water Read More..Wednesday, February 1, 2017 -12:25