I am hoping to hear from contartctors that are familiar with home building in Florida.
I cannot understand how anyone can fall through a floor when the ground gives way. Explain it to me.
In this area of Texas, concrete foundations have thick beams every 20 feet with rebar at a 24" grid, all tied together. Even if itis tunnelled underneath, as plumbers sometime do, the rebar would hold the concrete together. At the very least, how could a person or a bed fall past this rebar reinforcement.
Most all the weight on a small house is at the perimeter walls. The house, in Florida sinkhole incident, was fully intact.
Maybe Florida construction is different.