Sinkholes in Homosassa, FL
When it comes to sinkholes in Homosassa, FL, you need to be sure that you are getting them taken care of as soon as you notice a problem. Sinkholes can vary in width and depth, and for this reason, you may not really ever know how deep they are. They can be incredibly dangerous if you have young children or small pets who often go outside. They could fall into the hole and get hurt or even die. Often times, these voids form underneath concrete surfaces, and you could benefit from our slab lifting procedure.
To fix your sinkholes, we can provide you with soil stabilization products and techniques which will stop the hole from getting any bigger. It'll also stop the ground from sinking any further into the earth. We guarantee that you and your family will be 100% satisfied with our concrete repair and sinkhole repair services!
Homosassa is a census-designated place (CDP) in Citrus County, Florida, United States. The population was 2,294 at the 2000 census.
In 1851, David Levy Yulee established a 5,000-acre (20 km2) sugar plantation on the Homosassa River, close to the current town of Homosassa. The plantation was worked by approximately 1,000 slaves, but Yulee was an absentee owner, spending most of his time in Fernandina. Among the crops raised were sugar cane, cotton and citrus. The Yulee Groves were one of the first in Florida to grow sweet oranges budded from sour orange stock. The mill, which was steam-driven, operated from 1851 to 1864 and produced sugar, syrup and molasses, the last of which was part of the rum-making process. After the American Civil War ended in 1865, Yulee was imprisoned, the slaves were freed and the site was abandoned. The remains of the plantation are preserved at the Yulee Sugar Mill Ruins State Historic Site.
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