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For over 20 years TC Hafford Basement Systems has been solving basement, crawl space and foundation issues for homeowners in Androscoggin County, ME. We are the exclusive dealer in Androscoggin County for both the Basement Systems Network and Foundation Supportworks.
This means we have received countless installation training as well as access to patented products. We make sure the job is done right and that it lasts. Call us today.
If you are looking for a permanent solution for your wet basement or damp crawl space, you have come to the right place! We can show you how to keep your Androscoggin County basement dry and your humidity in control, protecting your home from water damage, mold and rot.
If your home is facing foundation issues we have the solution. From wall anchors and I-beam braces to Slab Piers and Crawl Space Jack Posts we have exactly what is needed. We inspect your Androscoggin County home, identify the problem and provide warranted products and work. We can also fix your sinking driveway or interior concrete slab problems so you can enjoy your home again without worry. We use PolyLEVEL™ to lift concrete slabs to a level position with less weight and disruption than the legacy mud jacking or slab jacking process.
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TC Hafford was contacted shortly after a homeshow to head out to Auburn, ME, to check out some cracking basement walls and an old sump that was ready for an upgrade. After taking a look at the site, Mike Pinard had a crew come out to install the new SuperSump sump pump in the home as well as seal up any cracks. The newly installed sump pump was connected and drained to the same sewer as the previous pump. While the customer noted their basement hadn’t yet started flooding, they were completely satisfied with the work done, and felt much more comfortable with a brand-new pump.
A homeowner in Turner was experiencing an especially troubling Spring. With their home located in a low area, and having a sand floor, the basement flooded frequently. The water would often get up to four inches deep, and this was a real problem for the homeowner. As soon as they saw an ad for TC Hafford on their television, we got the call to come help.
Due to the sand floor, we started by putting down a drainage matting, which would allow any water to flow to the sump. We then installed a SmartSump sump pump to evacuate the water from the basement. Once outside, the pipes were fitted with an IceGuard piece to allow water to continue to pump outside, even if the pipe gets blocked. Finally, we lined the basement with a CleanSpace Liner to further maintain a dry basement, and prevent moisture build up.
A homeowner in Poland had a crawlspace that was showing signs of moisture and mold. This would become a problem if left alone. After a quick internet search, Sherry had decided TC Hafford Basement Systems was the company to go with to help solve her problem. This crawlspace had no insulation, and no floor. To start, we laid down Drainage Matting to allow any water in the crawlspace to find it’s way out. Then we encapsulated the crawlspace with CleanSpace Liner. This seals out any moisture trying to enter through the surrounding earth. It also leave the crawlspace looking bright and clean. This homeowner now no longer needs to worry about any moisture in her crawlspace.
A homeowner in Sabattus was experiencing an issue where water would come up through his sump, so he plugged the hole himself. But this makeshift fix wasn’t going to work forever. He then went to the internet to find a more permanent fix. After contacting us, we arrived to give him a free estimate on what his options were for resolving his problem.
To fix his sump issue, we took out his makeshift plug, and implemented a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will take any gathered water and push it up and out of the basement. Now this homeowner has a permanent fix for his water problem.
A homeowner in Durham noticed a crack in their basement wall, this could lead to potential water leakage. Having done business with us in the past, the homeowner gave TC Hafford Basement Systems a call! We had a representative on site shortly after to give an estimate on the crack repair. Once the homeowner decided, we got to work. The crack was first filled with a sealant. This acts as the first line of defence against water trying to enter the crack, but won’t be enough for a permanent fix. We then laid down a foam matting over the top of the sealant. This foam is finally covered with a layer of sealant. This technique, called FlexiSpan, completely locks out any water trying to enter through the crack. The way the FlexiSpan is layered allows it to be flexible and conform to the crack should it shift at all. Problem solved!
A homeowner in Belgrade was having a moisture problem in their crawlspace. This was most likely caused by a lake being so close to the house. The homeowner didn’t know how to resolve this issue until seeing an ad on the television for TC Hafford Basement Systems. After contacting us and receiving a free estimate on the cost to fix the problem, the homeowner decided to get the fix!
Our crew started by laying down a drainage matting. This will allow collected water to not get locked in the crawlspace, and find its way outside again. Then the crawlspace was completely encapsulated with CleanSpace Liner. This liner covers the entire crawlspace and prevents any moisture from making its way into the crawlspace, if any manages to get in underneath. Now water is no longer something this homeowner needs to worry about!
A homeowner in Mechanic Falls had a stone basement that was gathering water. This wasn’t a problem until recently for the homeowner, and they needed it fixed. After hearing about TC Hafford from another satisfied customer, the homeowner contacted us. We had a representative take a look and go over possible solutions with the homeowner. Once they made their decision, we got to work!
The basement floor was first covered with a Drainage Matting. This matting allows for any water gathering on top of the floor to make its way back out without being locked in between the matting and the floor. Then the entire basement was lined with CleanSpace Liner. This liner acts as an impenetrable barrier, keeping any moisture coming through the walls or floor on the exterior of the basement. Now this homeowner can be proud to have a dry basement!
A homeowner in Minot was having trouble with water gathering in their basement. This could easily lead to water damage. The homeowner need this fixed as soon as possible. They contacted TC Hafford to get the job done. We had a representative head out to take a look, and discuss with the homeowner the potential solutions for this issue. The homeowner decided on what they wanted done, and we got to work!
We started by digging up the perimeter of the basement. This trench made way for us to install a WaterGuard pipe system. This is then buried under cement to hold it in place. The WaterGuard system will capture any moisture entering the basement through the walls or floors. The water is then channeled to a newly installed SuperSump sump pump. This pump will take the collected water and push it up and out of the basement. Now this homeowner no longer needs to worry about water gathering in their basement!
A homeowner in Leeds was having trouble with moist air in their basement. This was causing damp conditions and mold to grow. The homeowner wanted to have something done about this ASAP. After hearing about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a previous satisfied customer, they chose us to get the job done! After taking a look at the basement, the best solution was to install a SanyDry XP Dehumidifier. This dehumidifier will take in all the humid air, dry it out, and spread it out over the rest of the basement. Now this homeowner no longer needs to worry about a dank basement.
Derek in Lisbon Falls was in need of some basement waterproofing. He needed it because water was entering his basement through the walls and floor. To find a solution to his problem, Derek got online and soon came across TC Hafford Basement Systems. He gave us a call and we sent out a representative to give him a free estimate on the cost of the basement repairs. After he chose to get the work done, we started on the basement!
We excavated the interior perimeter of the basement and removed the debris. This gave us a trench to install a WaterGuard pipe inside of. This WaterGuard is then covered over with loose rocks and cement is poured on top to seal it underneath the basement floor. The WaterGuard will capture all the water entering the basement through the walls or floor. The water is then directed out of the basement through the sump. Now Derek has a dry basement, and no need to worry about water making its way inside.
Pete from Meddybemps had a sump pump that would regularly back-up and flood the basement. This was a serious problem for Pete because the pump was supposed to be what kept it free of water. The issue got so bad, water damage was starting to become a real threat. Needing a remedy fast, he got online and searched for possible repairs. This is where he found TC Hafford Basement Systems, who he promptly called to receive his free estimate. We then got started on the basement!
To begin, we removed the old sump pump. It was no longer functioning properly, and was disposed of. We then installed a TripleSafe sump pump. This is a three tier pump system that will keep operating under the harshest conditions. The TripleSafe is composed of three pumps. Primarily, the first pump handles most of the water and operates under normal circumstances. The second pump is there for when the primary pump either malfunctions, or cannot handle the amount of water alone. The third and final pump is a batter powered backup pump for when the power it out. These three pumps will maintain a dry basement, forcing collected water up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line. Finally, on the exterior of the home, we attached an IceGuard piece to the discharge line. The IceGuard will allow for water to flow should the lower end of the pipe become blocked by ice or other debris. Now that Pete has a functioning sump pump, he can rest assured he no longer needs to worry about water damage.
A homeowner in Poland was experiencing issues with a flooding basement. This was making the air extremely moist, creating a perfect environment for mold growth. Needing to stop the mold before it spread, the homeowner got online and searched for an answer. This is where he found TC Hafford Basement Systems. We were just what this homeowner needed to help solve his water issue. He called us the next day and we had our representative inspect the basement to give him a free estimate of cost. The homeowner gave us the green light and we got started
First, we needed to dig up the inside perimeter of the basement floor and remove the debris. After this, we were able to lay our WaterGuard system down in this new trench, which was then covered over with loose rocks and cement to conceal it without hindering functionality. The WaterGuard pipes will catch any water trying to enter the basement through the walls or floor and direct it to the sump. Next, we installed a SmartSump sump pump in the sump of the basement, allowing the collected water to be pumped up and out through a PVC discharge line. Finally, we place a SaniDry CX dehumidifier in the basement to maintain a dry atmosphere. The SaniDry will take in the damp air, dry it out, and push it back into the basement to then dry out more air.
This homeowner now has a basement which will remain free of water and air that is dry and healthy. This eliminates any chance for mold to grow by removing the environment in which it easily spreads.
A couple in North Turner were having trouble with mold growing in their basement. There wasn’t much water build up, but enough moisture was entering the air to enable mold to grow freely throughout the basement. This was not only an issue because one of the homeowners was allergic, but the spores from the mold could lead to further health concerns for the homeowners if left unchecked. Seeking a way to put an end to this mold, the homeowners soon heard about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a realtor. They contacted us shortly after and we began work on the basement!
To maintain a dry, healthy atmosphere in the basement, we installed a SaniDry XP dehumidifier. The SaniDry takes in the surrounding air, removing all the moisture from it, and then pushes the air out into the further reaches of the basement. This pulls in more moist air, allowing the SaniDry to completely dry all of the air within the basement. Without the proper environment to live, the mold will die off, and no more mold will grow in the future. These homeowners can now live at ease, knowing mold is a problem of the past, thanks to SaniDry!
A homeowner in Lewiston with a leaky basement was in need of waterproofing. Water was coming in through the foundation during heavy rains, and there was nothing this homeowner could do to stop it. They eventually saw TC Hafford Basement Systems on the news on their television. This lead them to call us for a free estimate. The homeowner decided on what they wanted done, and we had our crew sent out to start working on the basement!
We began by digging up the interior perimeter of the basement floor, removing any debris. This created a trench surrounding the basement floor. We placed our WaterGuard system in this trench, and sealed it in place with loose rocks and cement. This hid it under the floor while still allowing full functionality. The WaterGuard will catch all the water trying to leak in through the walls or floor of the basement, keeping the interior dry no matter the amount of rain. The water is then redirected out of the basement through a discharge line. Now this homeowner has a dry basement, which will remain dry thanks to WaterGuard!
A homeowner in Lisbon was looking to have their basement finished to use as a living space. But before they could begin, they needed to do something about their water problem. Water had been leaking into the basement somehow, and gathering in puddles. Seeking a way to resolve this before moving forward, the homeowner soon heard about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a family friend. The homeowner called us right away to set up a meeting to receive a free estimate. After reviewing his options, the homeowner made his selection and we got to work!
Our crew started by digging up the inside perimeter of the basement floor. This newly created trench gave us a space to lay down our WaterGuard pipe system. It was then covered over with loose rocks and cement to conceal it without hindering functionality. The WaterGuard captures water as it enters the basement through the walls or floor. This water is then guided to the sump in the basement. Within the sump, we installed a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will take the collected water and push it up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line. Outside the home, attached to the discharge line, we added an IceGuard filter. This filter will allow water to continue to flow from the basement even if the lower end of the pipe is blocked by debris. Finally, to kick start the finishing of the basement, we laid down ThermalDry flooring tiles. These specially designed tiles sit on the concrete floor, and using a thick foam layer, insulate their surface from the cold temperatures of the concrete.
With these systems in place, the surface of the basement floor will remain perfectly dry. Now this homeowner can finish his basement with peace of mind, knowing no more water will enter the living space!
A homeowner in Greene was beginning to have a mold problem in their crawlspace. Moisture was finding its way into the air, which created the perfect atmosphere for mold to grow. The homeowner called TC Hafford Basement Systems right away to receive their free estimate. We then began work on the crawlspace to remove this mold issue. To do so, we installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier. This dehumidifier will, over time, take all of the moisture out of the air and maintain a dry atmosphere. This will kill off the mold, and remove any chance of more mold growing in the future.
Now, thanks to SaniDry, this homeowner can live without fear of mold growth or rotting supports.
A homeowner in South Poland had a finished basement, but a crack had formed in one of the walls. This was leaking water occasionally, and causing problems for the homeowner. Seeking a way to seal the crack, the homeowner looked through the yellow pages, soon finding TC Hafford Basement Systems. They called us to receive their free estimate, and decided to have us fix their crack. Our crew got dispatched and we got to work!
To stop the crack from leaking, we needed to seal it with FlexiSpan. To do this, we started by filling it with an initial layer of sealant. This would hold back some moisture, but wasn’t the final solution yet. Next, we covered over the sealant with a foam matting. This matting gives the FlexiSpan its flexibility. Finally, the mat is covered over with a second layer of sealant. This completes the FlexiSpan, locking out any moisture from leaking through. It will also be able to adhere to the crack, should the walls shift in any way.
Now this homeowner can use their basement now without the fear of water damage!
Unsure how to keep rainwater from leaking in through their concrete foundation, this Livermore, ME homeowner needed a way to keep their basement dry. After a particularly bad storm, they decided it was time to look online for a solution. They soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems and called us right away to have an estimate done. To keep the moisture from entering this basement, WaterGuard piping would need to be installed, so the homeowner hired us to get the job done!
Once our installation crew arrived at the home, they began work on the basement right away. A shallow trench was excavated in the perimeter of the basement flooor to allow for the WaterGuard piping to be laid. Loose rocks and concrete were used to seal the pipes within the floor without hindering their function. The WaterGuard inside the basement floor will now collect any leaking moisture and guide it to the sump to be removed. Within the sump, we installed a SmartSump pump to force any water up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line.
Outside the home, two additions were added to this discharge line to complete the waterproofing. The first was an IceGuard pipe segment attached just beyond where the line leaves the home. This piece has special holes built in which allow for any water blocked in the line to escape without backing up into the basement. Finally, a LawnScape piece was used to cap the end of the line. This will allow the water to exit the line onto the lawn while keeping out debris that might otherwise accumulate inside the pipe.
With these new installations, this homeowner should no longer need to worry about rainfall causing any flooding beneath their home. The WaterGuard will keep out any future flooding.
A homeowner living in Sabattus, ME had been experiencing some mild basement flooding. Even though they had a sump in the floor, the water would occasionally be too much and the basement would begin to flood. Looking to put an end to this, the homeowner searched online for a solution. Once they found TC Hafford Basement Systems, they called us right away to receive their free estimate. They thought over their options and then gave us the go-ahead to beign work!
As soon as our installation crew arrived, they got started upgrading the existing sump. A TripleSafe sump pump was installed where the old sump was. This device houses three individual pumps, each operating to keep the basement water-free. The primary and secondary pumps pump out the bulk of the water, the second pump only activating when the primary has trouble keeping up with the amount of water present. The third pump is a battery operated pump, to keep the basement safe from flooding during any power-outages. These will keep any water out of the home around the clock.
The water from the sump is pumped up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line. This line carries the water through the lawn before it exits through a LawnScape pipe piece on the end. This piece has a grate over the top to allow the water out while keeping debris from blowing into the line. Just beyond where the discharge line exits the home, an IceGuard pipe piece was attached to the line. This piece has special holes built-in that allow for blocked water to escape the line. This protects against any ice that might form and block the lower end of the line.
Now that their basement is properly waterproofed, this homeowner can utilize the space however they please. The TripleSafe pump will ensure no more flooding occurs.
Living in Minot, ME, this homeowner has recently noticed a musty smell around their home. They soon discovered the smell to be coming from moisture building up in the crawlspace beneath their home. Without a vapor barrier, any rainwater or melting snow could easily leak in through the walls and floor, allowing mold populations to thrive. To remedy this moisture problem, they searched online for a solution. After reading about TC Hafford Basement Systems, they gave us a call to receive their free estimate. Soon after, we began work on waterproofing the space.
As soon as our crew arrived at the home they were able to begin the vapor barrier installation. This began with a Drainage Matting being laid across the floor of the space. This mat sits just above the surface of the floor and has many holes throughout. This allows any moisture caught within the vapor barrier can flow back toward the ground and flow out of the space. Next, a CleanSpace liner was used to encapsulate the crawlspace. This sheet covers all of the walls, as well as supports and the floor. This completes the vapor barrier, which will now completely lock out any new moisture trying to enter the space.
With their vapor barrier in place, this homeowner should notice their moisture problem soon dissipate. Without any moisture, any mold will be unable to sustain itself.
This homeowner living in Leeds, ME had a problem beneath their home. Water would regularly leak in through thier concrete foundation, causing some flooding across the basement floor. They saw an ad for TC Hafford on their television and called us to find out if we could solve their problem. After they received their free estimate, they gave us the go-ahead to get started!
Once our installation crew arrived at the home, they began work on this basement waterproofing by excavating a shallow trench into the perimeter of the floor. Within this new trench, WaterGuard piping was laid down. These pipes, buried beneath a fresh layer of concrete, have slits along their bottom edges. The slits will take in any moisture leaking in through the foundation in the future. The water is guided through the floor to the sump to be removed without ever reaching the surface of the floor.
Within the sump, we installed a TripleSafe pump system. The TripleSafe contains three pumps, each serving a purpose. The primary and secondary pumps will remove the majority of the water collected, with the secondary pump only activating if the primary requires extra help. The third pump is a battery-operated backup pump. This pump will keep the basement water-free even in the event of a power-outage. All of the water is removed from the home through a PVC discharge line where it is carried through the lawn to be deposited a distance from the home.
Before our crew was finished, there were two additions that still needed to be installed outside the home. The first was an IceGuard pipe segment attached to the discharge line just beyond where it exits the home. This piece has special holes built-in that allow trapped water to escape. This will prevent a backup in the line if ice or debris blocks the lower end of the line. Finally, a LawnScape discharge port was used to cap the end of the line. Here, the water can exit through the grate into the ground while the grate holds back any debris that might fall around the LawnScape.
With these new additions to their basement, this homeowner will no longer suffer from a flooding basement. The WaterGuard & TripleSafe combination will keep this basement dry for many years to come!
When this Mechanic falls, ME homeowner started to notice flooding in their basement, they knew they needed professional assistance right away. They searched online for a solution to their problem and found TC Hafford Basement Systems shortly thereafter. They called us to receive their free estimate and our crew got dispatched.
When our installation crew arrived at the home, they got to work on keeping water out of this basement right away. To prevent moisture from leaking through the foundation directly, a shallow trench was excavated into the perimeter of the floor. WaterGuard piping was then laid within, surrounding the basement floor. These pipes, buried beneath a fresh coat of concrete, have special slits running along their bottom edges that capture moisture. Now any leaks will be intercepted by the WaterGuard pipes before reaching the surface of the floor.
The water trapped by the WaterGuard is guided through the floor to the sump where our crew installed a TripleSafe sump system. This device houses three individual pumps. The primary and secondary pumps will remove the majority of the water from the basement, with the secondary pump only coming into play when the primary pump fails to keep up with the amount of water. Finally, if the power was to go out in the home, a battery-operated backup pump will activate to keep the basement water-free. The water is pumped from these three pumps up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line. The water follows this line away from the home and the water drains away into the ground.
With their new basement waterproofing complete, this homeowner can now rest assured their basement will no longer flood during rainfall. The WaterGuard piping will make sure of that!
Having lived for some time with a water problem in their basement, this Poland, ME homeowner thought it was time they had something done about it. Looking to sell the house soon, the homeowner needed the problem dealt with quickly and effectively. After they discovered us in the Yellow Pages, they called us at TC Hafford Basement Systems to receive a free estimate. After hearing the details of what we could do for them, they decided to have us solve their water problem!
As soon as our installation crew arrived at the home, they got started on the concrete floor below the home by excavating a sump for the water to collect into. Within this sump, a TripleSafe pump system was installed. The TripleSafe houses three individual pumps inside. The first and second pumps handle the bulk of the water needing to be removed, with the secondary only activating if the primary fails for any reason or needs assistance with the volume. The third and final pump operates on a battery; Activating when the home loses power to keep the basement dry even in harsh storms. The water flows up and out of the home from the TripleSafe through a PVC discharge line.
Outside the home, two additions were made to this line before our crew was finished this job. The first was an IceGuard pipe segment attached just beyond where the discharge line exits the side of the home. The IceGuard is equipped with upward facing holes that allow only trapped water to escape. This will protect the sump from overflowing in the event of a blockage in the line. Finally, a LawnScape discharge port was attached to the end of the line. This piece enables the water to flow freely from the line while the grate over the end will keep out any sizable debris that might cause problems in the piping.
With their new sump in place, this homeowner can now sell their home without worrying about a flooding basement. The TripleSafe system will keep this basement water-free for years to come!
This homeowner living in Sabattus, ME was looking to finish their basement. With a concrete foundation and an existing sump system, they just needed a way to keep the floor warm and the air dry. After searching online, they soon discovered TC Hafford Basement Systems and called us right away to set up their free estimate. Once they spoke with our sales representative, they decided they were ready for us to help finish their basement!
When our installation crew arrived at the property, they got started on this basement by laying ThermalDry tiles across the floor. These tiles have a hard-plastic top and dense foam for padding underneath. This will provide some insulation from the concrete as well as cushion steps on the new floor surface. Next, a SaniDry XP dehumidifier was installed on the surface of the basement floor. The SaniDry will pull in the air from the basement, separating any moisture that might be present. The collected water is passed through some piping to the sump below the floor to be removed from the basement. The dried air is then circulated back into the basement, maintaining a healthy atmosphere within this space.
Now that this homeowner has these improvements within their basement, they can begin to utilize the space how they want to. The ThermalDry tiles will greatly increase the comfort of spending time in this basement.
This homeowner living in Mechanic Falls, ME had been having difficulty keeping water out of their basement. Rainwater had recently been leaking into the space through a crack in one of the concrete walls. Unsure how to put a stop to these leakages on their own, the homeowner searched for a solution online. They soon discovered our TC Hafford Basement Systems website and called us immediately to set up a free estimate. After speaking with our sales representative, this homeowner was ready to have us solve their basement problem!
Once our installation crew got to the home, they began work on the crack by brushing the crack as well as the area around the crack clear with a coarse brush. This will allow our seal to adhere to the wall without fail. Next, an initial layer of sealant was laid down within the crack. This begins the installation of a FlexiSpan seal, which as the name suggests, once finished will be able to conform to slight changes in the shape of the crack. Over the top of the initial layer of sealant, a foam matting was laid along the length of the crack. This was then covered over by a second layer of sealant, completing the FlexiSpan installation. Once dried in place, the FlexiSpan will prevent any future leakages from occurring through this problem-crack.
The homeowner should no longer experience the moisture troubles they’ve been suffering from recently. This new FlexiSpan seal will keep their basement water-free for years to come!
Soon after noticing a puddle of water on their basement floor, this Minot, ME homeowner discovered a crack along one of the walls. The water had been entering through the crack and the homeowner had to manually remove any pools of water that would build up. Looking to have something done about the crack, the homeowner searched online where they found our TC Hafford Basement Systems website. The homeowner called us shortly after and we set them up with their free estimate. They agreed to what our sales representative suggested, and we got to work waterproofing this basement!
After the homeowner had their free estimate, our installation crew was dispatched to seal the crack causing the problem. Because the crack ran across a wall covered by several wooden supports, a special sealing method was used. An initial coat of sealant was applied over the top of the crack, with plugs being placed in the sealant every few feet. Once the plugs were dried in place, they were opened and Urethane was injected into the crack through each, until the crack was completely filled. This will prevent any future moisture from entering the basement through this newly sealed crack.
Now this homeowner should no longer need to deal with pools of water gathering in their basement. The Urethane Injection in the crack will keep the leaks at bay in the future!
Living in Leeds, ME, this homeowner had recently begun looking for a way to solve a problem in their basement. With a large crack in one of the walls, water would regularly leak in during rainfall. After searching online, the homeowner soon discovered TC Hafford Basement Systems and called us right away to see if we could help. We set them up with a free estimate and dispatched our sales representative to discuss the solutions with the homeowner. They soon gave us the green light to get starter fixing the crack.
When our installation crew arrived at the home, their goal was to prevent future leakages in this basement, using a FlexiSpan seal. The first step in sealing this crack was removing any debris from the surface by brushing it away with a coarse brush. Next, an initial layer of sealant was applied within and slightly around the crack. This was covered over by a foam core, which gives the seal the flexibility the name suggests. This core will enable the finished seal to shift and contort to slight changes in the crack shape. Finally, the foam was covered by a second layer of sealant, locking the structure in place. Now no more moisture will leak in through this crack.
With the crack properly sealed, this homeowner can rest assured they won’t discover a flooded basement after a night of rain. The FlexiSpan seal will lock out water for many years to come!