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For over 20 years TC Hafford Basement Systems has been solving basement, crawl space and foundation issues for homeowners in Lincoln County, ME. We are the exclusive dealer in Lincoln 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.

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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 Lincoln County basement dry and your humidity in control, protecting your home from water damage, mold and rot. 

We Provide:
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  • Controlled Humidity
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Foundation Repair & PolyLEVEL Concrete Lifting

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 Lincoln County home, identify the problem and provide warranted products and work.  We can also fix your sinking outdoor concrete problems so you can enjoy your driveway, sidewalk or patio 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.

Foundation Solutions for:
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Case Studies From Lincoln County
Proper
A homeowner from West Boothbay Harbor, ME was in need of some crawlspace waterproofing. The space beneath their home would always seem to take on...
WaterGuard
A homeowner living in Pemaquid, ME was living with some trouble beneath their home. Even with a concrete foundation, their basement was still...
SaniDry
A homeowner living in Trevett, ME had recently had a particularly heavy rainstorm occur around their home. This caused the basement of the home to...
Job Stories From Lincoln County, ME
Damp Basement in Waldoboro, ME, Waterproofed The Right Way

A homeowner in Waldoboro had a basement which would regularly get wet whenever it rained. Even though this homeowner had a sump pump to remove the water from his basement, he had to way to guarantee the water would reach the sump. This allowed for the water to build up and dampen roughly a quarter of his basement. The homeowner thought this was no good, so once he saw an ad for TC Hafford Basement Systems on the TV, he gave us a call.

After the homeowner decided what he wanted done to help fix his problem, our crew got to work. The first thing we did was dig out the perimeter of the homeowner’s basement. This would allow for the placement of a WaterGuard system, to reroute any water trying to enter the basement through the walls, or up from the ground. This rerouting would lead the water to the newly installed SuperSump sump pump. This pump takes the water and pushes it up and out of the basement, keeping the floors and air of the basement dry. The water is then passed through an IceGuard filter once outside the house. This filter acts as a normal pipe when everything is functioning normally. But once the pipe gets blocked, be it by ice or other debris, the IceGuard will allow water to exit the pipe and prevent the whole system from backing up. This homeowner now has a 100% dry basement.

Basement In Bristol, ME, Receives Second SuperSump

A customer in Bristol contacted us one day to get more work done. We had previously installed a sump system in his basement, but he was looking for a more encompassing system. This homeowner wanted a WaterGuard system. We got to work by digging out the perimeter of the basement. This trench was where the WaterGuard piping would go. Once the perimeter was fully removed, we inserted the WaterGuard and poured fresh cement over it to lock it into place. This piping will catch water as it comes into the basement through either the walls or the floors. We then installed a second sump pump, a SuperSump. This was to ensure any water entering the basement was caught by the WaterGuard, and then promptly pumped out by one of the two pumps. This homeowner will never need to worry about a wet basement again!

WaterGuard Drainage installed in Jefferson, ME

A homeowner in Jefferson was experiencing trouble with their basement getting wet; even though they had a sump system installed. They were planning on finishing their basement, but wanted this water problem dealt with before hand. After a quick online search, they came to TC Hafford to get the job done.

We started the fix by digging up the interior perimeter of their basement. This enabled us to install our WaterGuard system to capture the water as it comes through the walls or floors. This water exits through the sump system already installed. We finished this basement off with a SaniDry CX dehumidifier. This homeowner now has a properly waterproofed basement.

Crawlspace In Boothbay Harbor, ME Encapsulated With CleanSpace Liner

A homeowner in Boothbay Harbor was having troubles with their crawalspace gathering water. This needed to be addressed. Because they had done business with TC Hafford before and were satisfied with the job done; they came to us to take care of their crawlspace problem.

Once on the job, our crew got to work installing a CleanSpace Liner. This liner completely encapsulates the crawlspace, sealing it off from the outside. The seal locks out all moisture trying to enter the crawlspace, keeping it dry for future use.

Crawl space In Dresden, ME Repaired With CleanSpace

A homeowner in Dresden had a crawlspace liner with CleanSpace, that they’d gotten from TC Hafford several years ago. This liner, however, got ripped up when a contractor had to do work in the crawlspace. After the liner lost its functionality, the homeowner contacted us to get the crawlspace waterproofed a second time. We had a crew head out to install the CleanSpace Liner. This liner encapsulates the entire crawlspace, locking any moisture entering through the walls or floor between the liner and the entry location. Preventing this moisture from reaching the interior of the crawlspace.

Dank Basement In Nobleboro, ME, Gets Completely Dried With Double Dehumidifiers

A homeowner in Nobleboro contacted TC Hafford with an excessively moist basement air problem. This was already leading to mold growth and a nasty smell. The mold growing in the basement could lead to health concerns for the residents of the home, so this issue was a high priority. We had a crew out shortly after being contacted to get to work. We started by installing a SaniDry CX dehumidifier. This will start to get the job done of clearing the basement air of moisture. But this wasn’t quite enough. We then installed a second dehumidifier, a SaniDry XP. This way the basement air is guaranteed to not only dry out, but stay dry. Killing off the mold, by removing the proper living conditions, and returning the basement to its former glory.

Flooding Basement In Edgecomb, ME Dried With WaterGuard

Jim from Edgecomb was having trouble with his drain in his basement backing up. This problem was only getting worse with time, so he got online to find a solution. Jim soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems and gave us a call. We had a representative give Jim an estimate and he made his choice as to what work he wanted done.

We got to work by digging up the interior perimeter of the basement. This cleared room for us to install a WaterGuard pipe system. WaterGuard is a special pipe that collects water as it enters the basement through either the walls or the floor. Guiding it toward the sump in the basement. After installation, the piping is covered over with cement to conceal it within the basement floor. Next, we put into place a SuperSump sump pump. This pump is fed the water collected by the WaterGuard system and pushes it up and out of the basement through PVC pipe. Finally, on the exterior of the home, we added an IceGuard to the PVC pipe. This is a unique piece of pipe that allows for the evacuated water to continue to flow even if the lower end of the pipe is blocked by ice or debris. Now this homeowner no longer needs to worry about his basement flooding.

Crawlspace In Bremen, ME Sealed Off From The Elements With CleanSpace

A homeowner in Bremen was looking to finish their basement, but water would leak in through the floors of both the basement and the attached crawlspace. This was a problem that needed to be addressed before any progress could be made in finishing the basement. After the homeowner saw an ad for TC Hafford Basement Systems on their television, they knew they found the solution to their problem. They gave us a call and we got to work!

We got to work by first taking care of the wet crawlspace. We covered the interior perimeter of the crawlspace with a Drainage Matting. This will hold any water back from the interior of the crawlspace. We then encapsulated the entire crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This liner will lock out any moisture from entering the crawlspace by covering the entirety of the walls and floor. The final step of the waterproofing process was laying down ThermalDry Flooring tiles on the basement floor. These are insulated tiles which will keep the water from reaching the surface; as well as maintaining a relatively warm floor temperature compared to that of a concrete floor. Now this homeowner can finish their basement without concern for water damage!

Alna, ME Basement Protected From Water Damage by WaterGuard

A homeowner from Alna was having trouble with water finding its way into their basement. They had a sump in place, but it wasn’t doing a good enough job removing the water. Needing something done about this, the homeowner got online and searched for a solution. TC Hafford Basement Systems was the exact answer they were looking for! They gave us a call and we had a crew at the home to begin work shortly after.

We started by digging up the interior perimeter of the basement floor. This gave us a trench to lay a WaterGuard system in. This WaterGuard will gather water as it enters through the walls or floor of the basement. We covered the WaterGuard with loose rocks, and then cement to conceal it below the floor without reducing the functionality. We installed a SmartSump sump pump in the old sump. This will take the water from the WaterGuard and push it up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line. Now this homeowner has a working sump and no longer needs to worry about potential water damage.

Wet Basement In Southport, ME Waterproofed With SuperSump

A homeowner in Southport was having mold problem in their basement. This was caused by a moisture build up in the air, and required professional work done. They saw an ad one their television for TC Hafford Basement Systems and contacted us right after. We had a representative sent to the house to give a free estimate, then we were able to start working!

We started by installing a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will take water from the basement, and push it up and out of the home. Then we attached an UltraSump backup battery to the SuperSump to maintain water evacuation even when the power is out. Next, we installed a SaniDry XP dehumidifier, which will maintain a dry atmosphere within the basement, and destroy the chance for any mold to find a place to live. Finally, we attached an IceGuard filter on the exterior of the home to the discharge line. This will ensure the water exits the basement even if the lower end of the discharge line becomes blocked by ice or other debris. Now this homeowner is worry free with a dry basement!

Pemaquid, ME Basement Waterproofed With WaterGuard

A homeowner in Pemquid was in dire need of some basement waterproofing. He would frequently gather pools of water in his basement during rain, and this needed to end. Not long after the homeowner made the decision to fix their basement, they saw an ad on their Television for TC Hafford Basement Systems, and knew we were the ones for the job! They contacted us, received a free estimate, and we got to work.

We started by digging a trench into the cement floor around the inside perimeter of the basement. This allowed us to lay down a WaterGuard piping system. This system will collect the water as it enters the basement and guide it to the sump. In the sump, we installed a SuperSump sump pump to pump the water up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line. This combination will maintain a dry basement, even in the heaviest rains. Making water damage a thing of the past for this homeowner!

Smelly Crawlspace In Monhegan, ME Receives Proper Moisture Barrier

A homeowner in Monhegan was living with an unpleasant smell coming from his crawlspace for years. This problem started because of an improperly built moisture barrier. The homeowner needed a way to fix this without digging up the area surrounding his crawlspace, so he got online and looked around. He soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems and gave us a call. We sent a representative to the home to look at the crawlspace and give a free estimate. The homeowner decided on which solution they wanted, and our crew got to work!

To start, we laid a Drainage Matting around the interior perimeter of the crawlspace. This prevents the water coming in from finding its way to the center of the crawlspace where it can cause damage or start to smell. Next, we covered the crawlspace walls and floor with a CleanSpace Liner. This liner holds back any moisture trying to enter the crawlspace through the walls or floor. Finally, we installed a SaniDry CX Dehumidifier. This will maintain a completely dry atmosphere within the crawlspace, even if a small amount of moisture were to make it into the air. Now, with a dry crawlspace, this homeowner no longer has a smell bothering him!

Leaking Crawlspace In South Bristol, ME Sealed With CleanSpace

A homeowner in South Bristol was having trouble with a leaky crawlspace. Water would regularly come in through the far corner, and flood the rest of the space. The homeowner was in desperate need of a way to fix this problem. She soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems online and got in contact with us as soon as she could! We had a representative take a look at the crawlspace, give a free estimate, and then we got to work! To solve the homeowner’s problem, we encapsulated the entire crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This will hold back any and all moisture trying to seep into the interior of the crawlspace. Now this homeowner’s problems are a thing of the past!

East Boothbay, ME Crawlspace Encapsulated With CleanSpace

Tom from East Boothbay was in the market for some crawlspace encapsulation. He was searching for the right company to get the job done. Tom wanted it to be done right the first time, without the need to have it redone shortly down the road. After seeing TC Hafford Basement Systems in the newspaper, he did a little research and knew we were the right company for the job! We received the call and had a representative at the home to give Tom a free estimate. He decided on what work he wanted done on his crawlspace and we got started.

We began work by laying down a Drainage Matting around the inside perimeter of the crawlspace. This acts as the primary barrier against moisture entering the crawlspace around the wall/floor joint. We then covered the entire crawlspace, save for the ceiling, with a CleanSpace liner. This liner locks out any moisture attempting to enter through the walls or floor, maintaining a dry atmosphere. To ensure any remaining moisture in the air is removed properly, we installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier in the crawlspace. Now Tom has a dry crawlspace and no need to worry about potential moisture damage for years to come!

Basement In New Harbor, ME Protected From The Elements With WaterGuard

A homeowner in New Harbor would frequently have their basement flood whenever it would rain. This was causing problems, such a water damage and a musty smell. Requiring assistance in resolving this issue, the homeowner searched for a solution. After finding an ad for TC Hafford Basement Systems in their newspaper, the homeowner contacted us. We gave them a free estimate, and started work on their basement once the decided on what they wanted done!

To start work on the basement, we excavated the interior perimeter of the basement. This opened up a trench for us to lay down a WaterGuard piping system. The WaterGuard is then covered over with loose rocks and cement. This seals it within the floor, without hurting its functionality. This pipe system captures water as it enters the basement through the walls and the floor, guiding it to the sump. In the sump, we installed a TripleSafe sump pump. This device has three separate pumps, one primary pump, one backup pump in case the primary fails, and a third, battery operated pump in case of a power outage. Following the sump discharge line to the exterior of the home, we attached an IceGuard onto the line. This is a special piece of pipe that allows for water to continue to be pumped out of the basement even if the lower end of the pipe becomes blocked by ice or other debris. Finally, we installed a SaniDry XP dehumidifier. This will guarantee a dry atmosphere within the basement, should any moisture find its way inside. Now this homeowner is worry free, even during the heaviest of rains.

East Boothbay Harbor, ME Crawlspace Encapsulated with CleanSpace

Richard from East Boothbay Harbor was in need of a vapor barrier for his crawlspace. Moisture was finding its way inside the crawlspace, which could lead to possible water damage. Looking for ways to get a proper vapor barrier, Richard soon heard about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a previously satisfied customer and got in contact with us. We had a representative take a look at the property and give a free estimate. We then sent in our crew to start work on the crawlspace.

The crawlspace was first lined with a Drainage Matting around the floor/wall joint. The mat will hold back moisture, allowing it to drain back into the surrounding soil. This is the first layer of the vapor barrier. We then encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This is a plastic sheet that will lock out moisture, not allowing it into the interior of the crawlspace. Now with the moisture being held back, the crawlspace will remain dry for many years to come. Richard now has a fully functional vapor barrier, thanks to CleanSpace!

Broken Sump Pump In Boothbay, ME Replaced With SuperSump

A homeowner in Boothbay had been having trouble with the pump in their sump. Water was flooding their basement, and their pump wasn’t helping to remove any of it. Seeking a way to replace their pump, they contacted TC Hafford Basement Systems. We had a representative give the homeowners a free estimate on the cost to replace it, and then we got to work!

We began by removing the old sump pump. This was disposed of properly, to make room for a brand-new sump. We then installed a SuperSump sump pump in the basement. This will surely handle any amount of water trying to flood the basement. The SuperSump can handle 2,650 gallons of water per hour. No water would ever build up within this space again. The water is evacuated through a PVC discharge line, which we attached an IceGuard filter to on the exterior of the home. This filter will allow water to continue to flow from the pipe, even if the lower end of the pipe is blocked by debris. This homeowner’s basement will now remain dry, even in the heaviest rains.

WaterGuard Protects Whitefield, ME Basement From Water Damage

A homeowner in Whitefield with a flooding basement was looking for a way to protect their basement from potential water damage. With a basement that would regularly flood during heavy rains, this was a high priority for the homeowner, and they called TC Hafford Basement Systems right away. We had our representative dispatched to give the homeowner their free estimate, and then we got to work!

We began by excavating the inside perimeter of the basement floor, creating a space to install our WaterGuard pipe system. This system will capture water as it tries to enter the basement through the walls, guiding the water to the sump within the basement. We then installed a SuperSump sump pump in the sump, to enable system to remove the water from the basement through a PVC discharge line. Finally, on the outside of the home, we attached an IceGuard filter to the discharge line to allow water to continue to be pumped out of the basement; Even when the line is blocked by debris.

With these products in place, this homeowner will no longer have any issues with water flooding their basement!

Flooding Basement In Damariscotta, ME Protected From Damage With WaterGuard

A homeowner in Damariscotta owned a home with a leaky basement. This basement would take on water during any amount of rain. The homeowner needed a way to stop this before any damage occured within the basement. They soon got online and after a quick Google search, found TC Hafford Basement Systems. We set them up with a free estimate, and after they gave us the go ahead, we got to work!

The interior perimeter of the basement floor was excavated to begin the project. This newly dug trench allowed us to emplace our WaterGuard system within the floor. The WaterGuard was then covered over with loose rocks and cement to conceal it without preventing its function. Made of specially designed pipes, this system will capture water as it tries to find its way into the interior of the space. The collected water is brought along through the WaterGuard to the sump. In the sump, we installed a SuperSump sump pump to take all of the water and evacuate it from the basement through a PVC discharge line. Finally, on the exterior of the home, we connected an IceGuard to the discharge line. This will allow water to continue to flow from the pump even when the lower end of the pipe is blocked by debris of any kind.

Now this homeowner can be proud to have a properly waterproofed basement!

WaterGuard Stops Newcastle, ME Basement From Leaking

A homeowner in Newcastle had a basement that had been leaking more and more over the years. After 15 years of owning the home, the basement was allowing enough water in through the foundation that the basement would flood during heavy rain. Seeking a way to stop this, the homeowner contacted TC Hafford Basement Systems. We inspected the basement and then we got to work!

The interior perimeter of the floor was first excavated to allow us to lay down our WaterGuard pipe system beneath the floor. This was then covered with loose rocks and cement to conceal it without hurting function. The WaterGuard captures water as it enters the basement, guiding it to the sump to be evacuated. Next, we installed a SuperSump sump pump in the basement floor. This pump will move all of the water up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line. In order to keep the pump operating in any weather, we attached an UltraSump backup battery to the SuperSump. Finally, on the exterior of the home, we added an IceGuard pipe piece to the discharge line. This will maintain a constant flow of water even if the lower end of the line becomes blocked.

With these new additions to their basement, this homeowner will no longer have any leaks during heavy rains, or during any kind of weather!

CleanSpace Seals Moisture Out Of Walpole, ME Crawlspace

A homeowner in Walpole had an exceptionally moist crawlspace. The moisture content was high enough to enable mold to grow within the space, creating an unhealthy atmosphere. Needing the moisture kept out, the homeowner got online and searched for a solution. They soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems, and upon receiving their free estimate, hired us to get the job done!

To hold moisture back, we lined the wall/floor joint of the crawlspace with a Drainage Matting. This will allow the moisture to drain back into the surrounding soil before reaching the center of the space. We then encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This liner is made of a thin plastic, and will completely lock out any moisture that would have otherwise found its way into the space. Finally, we installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier in the crawlspace. This dehumidifier will take all of the moisture from the air, and pump the dry air back into the space.

With these sheets laid, and the dehumidifier removing moisture, the mold will die off, leaving behind a dry, healthy crawlspace.

Moist Crawlspace In West Boothbay Harbor, ME Sealed With CleanSpace

A couple in West Boothbay Harbor were in a bit of a tough spot. They had a crawlspace that would gather large amounts of moisture, and no way to get rid of it. This moisture could easily lead to mold growth, and potentially health concerns for the homeowners. They called up TC Hafford Basement Systems right away to solve their problem, and we sent out our crew to get to work!

To ensure water would no longer gather on the surfaces within the space, we needed to install a vapor barrier within the crawlspace. We encapsulated the space with a CleanSpace Liner. This covered all the walls, supports, and the floor of the crawlspace. The liner is made of a thin plastic, which the moisture cannot pass through. This will maintain a dry atmosphere within the crawlspace by not allowing the moisture in to begin with!

With their new vapor barrier in place, this couple can rest assured no mold will be growing in their crawlspace.

FlexiSpan Seals Crack In Chamberlain, ME Basement Wall

Eric from Chamberlain was having trouble with a certain crack in his basement wall. It spanned from ceiling to floor, and was allowing water to enter in through it. Seeking to have this crack sealed, the homeowner asked around for potential solutions. He soon heard about TC Hafford Basement Systems and called us right away! We set him up with a free estimate, and then we got to work sealing the crack.

To hold out any moisture, while still staying in place, we needed to apply FlexiSpan to the crack. To begin, we filled the crack with a primary layer of sealant. This would act as the first line of defense against moisture, but wouldn’t quite be enough on its own. We then laid a foam matting over the top of the sealant, to act as a backbone for the structure, giving it its flexibility, while also holding it all together. Finally, we applied another layer of sealant over the foam matting. This finished the FlexiSpan. These layers working together will not only shift and contort to stay in place on top of the crack, but they will hold back any moisture that would have otherwise found its way through the crack.

Now Eric will no longer be caused any trouble by this large crack in his wall.

TripleSafe Sump Upgrade Protects Wiscasset, ME Basement from Water Damage

A homeowner from Wiscasset, ME had been living with a wet basement for some time. Wanting to use the space, they needed a way to keep the basement dry. The homeowner searched online for a solution and soon found us at TC Hafford Basement Systems. They called us for their free estimate and we dispatched our crew to get the job done!


Once our installation crew got to the home, they began by installing a TripleSafe sump pump in the floor of the basement. This device houses three pumps within itself. The first and second pumps handle the majority of the water needing to be removed. The third pump is a battery backup pump, which will switch on in the event of a power-outage. A SaniDry XP dehumidifier was also installed nearby. The SaniDry will pull in the damp air from around the basement, separating the moisture from it. The dried air is circulated back into the basement while the collected water is passed to the TripleSafe for removal.


The water exits the basement through a PVC discharge line, where it travels up and out of the home. Just outside, an IceGuard pipe segment is attached to the line, to protects against ice blocking the line. If a blockage occurs, the water can escape through the angled holes in the IceGuard before backing up and flooding the basement. Lastly, a LawnScape pipe cap was added to the end of the line to allow the water to exit and drain onto the ground.


With their new sump system in place, this homeowner should now be able to utilize the sapce in their basement without fearing water damage! The TripleSafe sump pump and SaniDry dehumidifier will make sure of that.

PolyLevel Repair Keeps Whitefield, ME Garage Properly Aligned

A homeowner living in Whitefield, ME had a problem in their garage. After years of use, the concrete floor of the garage had begun to sink into the ground, causing a lip to form between the garage and the driveway. This wasn't a big deal at first, but as the lip grew, it became a problem. The homeowner called us at TC Hafford after seeing an ad on their TV for our services. They heard what their options were during their free estimate and they hired us to get the job done!


When our installation crew arrived at the home, they were able to start work right away on the garage. To realign the slab that had fallen out of place, PolyLevel would be used. This began with small holes being drilled in through the slab, to the ground below. Next, PolyLevel was injected into these holes, where it will rapidly expand once it comes into contact with air below the slab. This pushes up on the floor until the slab is returned to its original position. The PolyLevel will now hold the garage floor in place for years to come.


Now this homeowner can utilize their garage again without the large bump from the slab to the driveway, thanks to the PolyLevel injection.

Proper Vapor Barrier Installation Maintains Dry Newcastle, ME Crawlspace

This Newcastle, ME homeowner was in need of some crawlspace waterproofing. Lately, water had been leaking into their crawlspace and causing the air to become very damp. This moisture build-up would soon lead to a mold problem if it wasn't dealt with properly. After a quick search online for an answer to their problem, the homeowner found us at TC Hafford Basement Systems. They soon called us to receive their free estimate and we got to work!


When our installation crew arrived at the home, they began work on giving the crawlspace a vapor barrier to keep out moisture. This began with a Drainage Matting being laid across the floor of the crawlspace. This porous mat sits just off the surface of the floor, allowing water blocked by the vapor barrier to flow and find a place to drain back into the ground below. Next, a CleanSpace liner was used to encapsulate the interior surfaces of the crawlspace. This liner completely locks out moisture, collecting any leakages and directing them below the Drainage Matting to flow out of the crawlspace.


Now that this homeowner has a vapor barrier in place, their crawlspace should stay mold free for the forseeable future. The CleanSpace encapsulation will make sure of that!

Sump Upgrade Saves Nobleboro, ME Basement from Water Damage

When this homeowner living in Nobleboro, ME was having trouble with water gathering across their basement floor, they needed a solution before their property suffered any damage. There was a sump in the floor for the water to escape through, but with how much water was entering the space, the water would build up and flood the space before draining away. To solve their moisture problem, they searched online for a solution. The homeowner soon discovered TC Hafford Basement Systems and called us immediately to set up an appointment for a free estimate.


After they hired us to get the job done, our installetion crew was dispatched to the home to get started. To help remove water from the basement before it has a chance to accumulate, a TripleSafe sump pump was installed in the existing sump. The TripleSafe houses three pumps within itself, each serving a purpose. The primary and secondary pumps will handle the majority of the water needing removal, with the secondary pump activating only when the primary cannot keep up with the water-level. The third pump is a battery-operated pump which will activate when the home loses power. This will ensure the basement remains dry even during storms harsh enough the knock out the power. The collected water is forced up and out of the home through a PVC discahrge line.


With this new sump system in place, this homeowner will no longer go downstair during a rainstorm to find their basement with a layer of water across the floor. The TripleSafe sump pump will keep this basement dry for years to come!

WaterGuard Installation Keeps South Bristol, ME Basement Dry

Living with a damp basement was not the ideal situation for this South Bristol, ME homeowner. Without a concrete floor or proper waterproofing below their home, this homeowner needed a way to keep the water at bay. After a quick search online, they soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems and called us right away to find out what we could do to help. After our sales representative went gave the homeowner their free estimate, our crew was later able to get started on the waterproofing of this basement.

Once our installation crew arrived at the home, their first task was to pour a concrete slab across the surface of the floor. Within this new slab, both a WaterGuard piping system and a SuperSump sump pump were installed. The WaterGuard pipes are situated below the surface of the slab, around the outer most edge. Here, the water that would typically leak into the basement will flor into the slits along the pipes and become trapped within. The collected water is then guided through the floor to the SuperSump to be pumped out of the home before ever reaching the surface of the slab.

The water flows out of the home through a PVC discharge pipe; where it is carried a distance from the home before terminating through a LawnScape port. This piece on the end of the line has a grate covering the exit that will prevent most debris from entering the pipe. Just beyond where the discharge pipe exits the home, an IceGuard pipe segment was implemented. This section of pipe has upward facing holes that allow for water blocked within the line to escape without flooding the basement.

With these improvements to their basement, this homeowner can now use the space without worrying about the mildew or dampness. The WaterGuard system beneath the floor will keep this basement dry for years to come!

Bremen, ME Basement Kept Water-Free with WaterGuard Installation

Even with a concrete foundation below their home, this Bremen, ME homeowner would still find moisture collecting in their basement. This dampness was beginning to become a problem for the homeowner, so they made sure to write down our number at TC Hafford the next time they saw our ad on TV. After speaking with our office staff, the homeowner was set up with a free estimate to inform them of their options. They soon gave us the green light to get started on waterproofing their basement!

As soon as our installation crew arrived at the home, their first task was to excavate a shallow trench into the perimeter of the concrete floor. Inside this, a track of WaterGuard piping was laid, surrounding the floor. These pipes, buried below a layer of loose rocks and fresh concrete, will act to capture leaking moisture in the future. Once it traps water through slits along the lower edge of each pipe, the water is guided through the WaterGuard to the sump where our crew installed a SuperSump pump. This device will force the collected water up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line. The water then travels away from the home a distance before being released onto the lawn to harmlessly drain away into the ground.

Now that their basement floor has proper waterproofing, this homeowner will no longer find their basement to be constantly damp. The WaterGuard piping will keep the leaking water from reaching the surface of the floor in the future!

FlexiSpan Seal Protects New Harbor, ME Basement from Flooding

A homeowner living in New Harbor, ME had recently began having water build up in the basement below their home. The water had been entering through a crack in one of their basement walls. Unsure how to keep the water out, this homeowner needed a solution to their problem before it got worse. When they saw an ad for TC Hafford on their TV, they called right away to receive their free estimate. Once they heard their options, the homeowner hired us to get the job done as soon as possible.

When our crew arrived at the home to begin the waterproofing, they got started by brushing the crack clear of any debris. To keep water from entering through the crack in the future, a FlexiSpan seal needed to be placed over the crack. A primary layer of sealant was applied within the crack, completely covering it. Next, a foam mat was placed along the crack, to give the finished structure the flexibility the name suggests. A second layer of sealant was then used to cover the foam, completing the FlexiSpan seal once dried in place. Finally, a SaniDry CX dehumidifier was installed on the basement floor. This device will pull the moisture from the air within this basement, keeping the air dry and healthy.

Now that this homeowner has some proper waterproofing below their home, their basement can now be used without the fear that water might cause problems. The FlexiSpan seal will keep out future leaks for many years to come!

WaterGuard Installation Protects Walpole, ME Basement from Accumulating Water

When this homeowner living in Walpole, ME began having water problems below their home, they were sure their sump pump would take care of it. But with the water gathering in puddles across the floor, the homeowner found themselves having to sweep the water over to the sump in order for it to be pumped out. To solve this problem, they took to the internet and soon discovered TC Hafford Basement Systems. They called us to see what we could offer them, and we set them up with their free estimate. When they knew we could solve their problem, they hired us to get the job done.

As soon as our installation crew arrived at the home, they got started on the concrete floor by excavating a shallow trench into the perimeter. Here, WaterGuard piping was laid, surrounding the basement. These pipes have special slits along their bottom-edges, to trap leaking moisture before it reaches the surface of the floor. After installation, they are buried below a layer of loose rocks and then concrete to seal them within the floor without hindering their function. The water trapped within the WaterGuard is then guided below the floor directly to the sump where it will be removed from the home without first building up on the floor of the basement.

With this new addition to their basement, the gathering water on this homeowner’s basement floor will become a thing of the past. The WaterGuard piping will keep this floor water-free for years to come!

Pemaquid, ME Crawlspace Kept Dry with New Vapor Barrier

A homeowner living in Pemaquid, ME had recently moved to the area and noticed their crawlspace was damp and would take on water during rainfall. Having had work done by TC Hafford in the past, they called us right away to receive their free estimate. Our sales representative looked over the space and went over the possible options with the homeowner. After the homeowner made their decision, we were able to get started on the job!

When our installation crew arrived at the home, they got started on waterproofing the crawlspace below the home by laying a Drainage Matting across the floor of the space. This new mat covers the floor, but rests just off the surface to create channels between itself and the floor. With pores to allow water through from above, any moisture trapped in the space should flow through the channels to where it can most easily drain from the crawlspace into the ground. Next, a CleanSpace liner was used to encapsulate the interior of the space. This solid sheet of polymer completely locks out moisture trying to enter the space from the outside. Now when water leaks into the crawlspace, it will be blocked by the CleanSpace liner before flowing down through the Drainage Matting and into the ground.

With their new vapor barrier in place, this homeowner can no rest assured their crawlspace will remain dry even during heavy rainfall. The CleanSpace liner will keep water out of the interior of the space for many years to come!

West Boothbay Harbor, ME Basement Waterproofed Properly with WaterGuard Piping

When this homeowner living in West Boothbay Harbor, ME began to have a problem with water flooding into their basement, they immediately started looking for a solution. The rainwater was seemingly leaking in through their concrete foundation. After hearing about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a friend, they called us and received their free estimate. Once they spoke with our representative, they knew they wanted to move forward with the waterproofing as soon as possible.

As soon as our installation crew arrived at the home, they began work on the basement by excavating a trench into the perimeter of the concrete floor. This enabled WaterGuard piping to be laid down, surrounding the interior of the basement floor. Covered by a layer of loose rocks and fresh concrete, the WaterGuard pipes will collect any leaking rainwater through small slits along the edge of each pipe. This water flows through the piping below the floors surface to the sump in the basement floor where it drains out of the home.

After implementing the WaterGuard piping beneath the floor, our crew then began work on a solution for the accumulated moisture in the air. To achieve this, a SaniDry XP dehumidifier was installed on the basement floor. This device will pull in the air around itself, separating the moisture from it and circulating the dried air back into the basement. This will soon eliminate all of the moisture within the atmosphere of this basement and maintain dry, healthy conditions. The water collected by the SaniDry is passed through piping to the sump where it will also drain away from the home.

With these new waterproofing solutions implemented below their home, this homeowner can now expect to find a dry basement whenever they decide to utilize the space. The WaterGuard piping and SaniDry XP will keep this basement free of moisture for years down the road.

FlexiSpan Installation Protects Whitefield, ME Basement from Water Damage

Living with a couple leaking cracks in their basement wasn’t what this Whitefield, ME homeowner had in mind when buying the home. After speaking with a realtor, they were soon referred to TC Hafford Basement Systems to solve their wet basement problem. The homeowner called us to set up their free estimate and soon spoke with our sales representative about the potential solutions to the cracks in their basement. The homeowner gave us the go-ahead right away and our crew got to work!

Once our installation crew arrived, they got started by clearing the two cracks of debris by brushing them with a coarse brush. This prepares them for the adhesive sealant that was then applied within both cracks. Next, foam mats were placed over both cracks and sealed in place by a secondary layer of sealant. These new structures covering both cracks are FlexiSpan seals, which will keep any future leaks from entering the basement through the previously problematic cracks. The foam cores in both seals will enable the seal to bend to any slight changes in the overall shape of either crack.

With their newly sealed basement, this homeowner can now go back to storing their belongings in the space without fearing water damage. The FlexiSpan seals will keep this basement floor safe from flooding for years down the road.

TripleSafe Installation Helps Eliminate Flooding in Newcastle, ME Basement

While normally having a dry basement, this Newcastle, ME homeowner had recently noticed water gathered on their basement floor. Looking to find the source of the problem and have it resolved, the homeowner searched online for a solution. When they discovered our TC Hafford Basement Systems website, they decided they would call us to see if we could help. Our office staff set them up with a free estimate and our sales representative soon sat down with the homeowner to go over their options. They agreed to what work they wanted done and we got started!

When our installation crew arrived at the home, their goal was to prevent water from leaking in through this concrete foundation in the future. This began with a shallow trench being excavated into the perimeter of the concrete floor. Within this new trench, WaterGuard piping was laid and buried beneath a fresh coat of concrete. The WaterGuard pipes each have small slits running along their bottom edges. Now when moisture in traveling through the floor towards the basement interior, the WaterGuard piping will capture this moisture and guide it to the sump without the water ever reaching the surface of the floor.

Next, a TripleSafe sump system was installed in the floor. The TripleSafe unit houses three individual pumps inside. Now water collected by the WaterGuard feeds directly into the TripleSafe, where it will be pumped up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line. Each pump within the new sump will activate at different times to better control the removal process. While the primary pump is almost always responsible for removing the bulk of the water, the secondary pump will activate if the primary either fails or requires assistance. Finally, the third pump is a battery-operated backup pump that will activate when the home loses power to keep the space dry even in harsh rainfall.

Outside the home, the discharge line carries the water a safe distance from the home before releasing it onto the ground through a LawnScape pipe segment attached to the end of the line. The LawnScape piece has a grate covering the exit that the water can easily flow through while any outside debris will be kept from entering the line. Closer to the home, just beyond where the discharge line leaves the basement, an IceGuard pipe segment was attached. The IceGuard will protect the basement from water becoming clogged within the line and flooding back into the home. Upward facing holes built into the sides of the IceGuard allow only trapped water to escape the line, while otherwise continuing to let water flow normally from the home.

With their newly waterproofed basement, this homeowner will never again come home to find a puddle across their basement floor. The WaterGuard & TripleSafe combination will maintain this dry basement floor for years to come!

Nobleboro, ME Basement Protected from Flooding with WaterGuard Installation

After living with a wet basement for years, this Nobleboro, ME homeowner had had enough! They needed a way to keep water from flooding their basement during heavy rainfall and they searched online to find the solution to their problem. Once they looked over our TC Hafford Basement Systems website, they called us right away to set up their free estimate! The homeowner soon sat down with our sales representative to go over their options before deciding on how they wanted their basement waterproofed!

When our installation crew arrived at the home to get started, they began by excavating a shallow trench into the perimeter of the concrete basement floor. This trench would allow our crew to install WaterGuard piping within the outer edge of this floor. Now, after being buried below fresh concrete, the WaterGuard piping will capture water as it leaks through the foundation. The water enters the WaterGuard through small slits along the bottom edge of each pipe. Once trapped, the collected water is passed to a SuperSump installed in the floor. This device will pump the water up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line.

Outside the home, two additions were made to the discharge line before we were finished waterproofing this basement. The first addition was an IceGuard pipe section attached just beyond where the line leaves the home. The IceGuard has upward facing holes built in that do not impede normal water flow. These holes only allow for trapped water to escape, when blocked by ice or other debris. This will protect the basement from flooding due to a blockage in the discharge line. Finally, a LawnScape discharge port was attached to the end of the line. Here, the water will flow out onto the lawn through a grate that will keep most debris from entering the line.

With everything in place, this homeowner will no longer suffer from a wet basement! They can now make use of the space without moisture damaging their belongings.

SuperSump Installation Protects South Bristol, ME Basement from Imminent Flooding

With a pool of water regularly forming on the porch in front of their home, this South Bristol, ME homeowner was worried the water would soon find its way into their basement. Looking for a way to prevent their basement from flooding, they searched online and soon discovered our TC Hafford Basement Systems website. The homeowner called us shortly after to ask about receiving their free estimate and we scheduled their appointment with our sales representative! During their meeting, they were given a detailed explanation on what we could do to solve their problem and they hired us to get the job taken care of as soon as possible.

Once our installation crew arrived at the home, they got started on waterproofing this basement by excavating a space for a sump system to be put in. Here, in the natural low point of the floor, a SuperSump pump was installed. This device will take in any water leaking into the basement and force it up and out of the home through a PVC discharge line. The SuperSump is capable of remove over 2,600 gallons of water every hour, plenty of power to keep this basement water-free. Finally, outside the home we attached an IceGuard pipe segment just beyond where the discharge line leaves the basement. This piece of specialized piping has holes built into the sides that will not affect normal water flow. However, these holes will allow for water blocked by ice or debris to escape the line without backing up into the basement.

With these additions to their basement, this homeowner can remain assured the water outside their home won’t pool up on their basement floor. The SuperSump system will ensure this basement stays dry in the future!

Bremen, ME Crawlspace Died & Protected with SaniDry Installation

Living in Bremen, ME, this homeowner had recently noticed a mold problem developing in the joists of their crawlspace after investigating a musty smell coming from below their home. Not sure how to deal with this problem on their own, the homeowner looked online for a solution, discovering TC Hafford Basement Systems in the process. They called our office in Wells, ME and we set them up with an appointment for a free estimate. After hearing what we could do to eliminate their moisture problem, the homeowner gave us the go ahead to begin work on the solution.

When our installation crew began work on the crawlspace, their first goal was to provide a proper vapor barrier to keep out future leaks. This started with a Drainage Matting being laid across the floor of the space. This mat sits just off the surface and creates pathways for any blocked water to follow, to prevent pooling and enable easy draining. Next, a CleanSpace Liner was used to encapsulate the crawlspace. Completing the vapor barrier, this liner covers the walls and floor of the space with a water-tight seal, preventing any more outside moisture from entering the crawlspace from outside the home.

To eliminate the existing moisture problem within the crawlspace, a SaniDry CX dehumidifier was installed. Nearby, a SmartDrain system was installed in the floor of the crawlspace, with the SaniDry connected via piping. Now the SaniDry will remove the moisture from the air of the crawlspace while passing any collected water directly to the drain to escape the home without needing to wait for the water to drain back through the ground. The water then flows away from the home through a PVC discharge line.

With these improvements made to their crawlspace, this homeowner will soon notice their mold problem dissipate along with any musty smells that come with it. The SaniDry & CleanSpace integration will keep this crawlspace healthy and dry for years to come!

Damp New Harbor, ME Crawlspace Encapsulated with CleanSpace

Living in New Harbor, ME, this property owner recently noticed their crawlspace had developed quite a moisture problem. Having done business with us before, they knew just who to call to solve this problem. After contacting our office staff, we scheduled a time for them to receive a free estimate from one of our sales representatives. Once their meeting concluded, the property owner was ready to move forward with the solution right away!

As soon as our crew was able to make it to the home, they began work on lining this crawlspace with a proper vapor barrier right away. This began with a Drainage Matting being laid across the floor of the crawlspace, resting on built in supports and sitting just off the surface of the floor. This mat creates channels between itself and the floor that any blocked water will follow before draining back down into the ground. Next, to complete the vapor barrier, a CleanSpace liner was used to cover all of the walls as well as the floor of the crawlspace. This liner will lock out any leaking moisture, forcing it down through the Drainage Mat to exit the space through the ground.

To eliminate the existing moisture problem below the home, a SaniDry CX dehumidifier was then installed on the floor of the crawlspace alongside a Condensate Pump. The SaniDry will now act to pull in the surrounding damp air, separating any moisture from what it collects. While the dried air is circulated back into the crawlspace, the water travels through piping to the pump. Here, the water is forced out of the home through a discharge line, where it will be deposited onto the ground a small distance from the home. This process will continue until the crawlspace air is back to being dry and healthy.

These measures will now maintain a dry crawlspace for this property owner, meaning no more musty smells! The CleanSpace & SaniDry combo will maintain this dry crawlspace atmosphere for many years into the future!

Monhegan, ME Crawlspace Dried with SaniDry Sedona Installation

Experiencing symptoms of a wet crawlspace, this homeowner needed a way to keep the water at bay. After hearing about TC Hafford Basement Systems from an acquaintance, they called us to receive their free estimate. The homeowner soon had a meeting with our sales representative where they were given a detailed explanation of the process we would use to waterproof the space below their home. The homeowner gave us the green light and our crew was able to begin work on the crawlspace.

Upon starting work in the crawlspace, our crew first installed a proper vapor barrier to keep most of the moisture from entering the space to begin with. This barrier was composed of a Drainage Matting to allow the water to easily flow back out of the crawlspace as well as a CleanSpace liner to lock the moisture on the exterior of the new barrier. Atop this liner, a SaniDry Sedona dehumidifier was installed. This device will pull in the damp air still within the crawlspace and separate any moisture from it. The now-dry air is circulated back throughout the crawlspace while the collected water is forced out of the home through a pump.

With these additions to their crawlspace, this homeowner will no longer suffer from the musty smells and damp atmosphere caused by their crawlspace. The SaniDry Sedona will ensure the air in below this home remains dry and healthy for the future!

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Waldoboro 04572, Wiscasset 04578, Boothbay 04537, Bristol 04539, Jefferson 04348, Whitefield 04353, Damariscotta 04543, Boothbay Harbor 04538, Newcastle 04553, Dresden 04342, Nobleboro 04555, Edgecomb 04556, South Bristol 04568, Bremen 04551, East Boothbay 04544, Alna 04535, New Harbor 04554, Southport 04576, Walpole 04573, Round Pond 04564, Trevett 04571, Pemaquid 04558, West Boothbay Harbor 04575, Chamberlain 04541, Monhegan 04852, Squirrel Island 04570, Coopers Mills 04341, Isle Of Springs 04549

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