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FlexiSpan Wall Crack Repair
Polyurethane Crack Sealing
WellDuct Window Drainage
BrightWall Waterproof Panels
ThermalDry Wall Barrier
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Drain Tile Installation
SuperSump Pump System
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CleanSpace Encapsulation Vapor Barriers And Liners
Turtl Access Hatch
EverLast Crawl Space Doors
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TerraBlock Floor Insulation
SmartSump Sump Pump
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CarbonArmor Fiber Wall Repair
SmartJack Crawl Space Support
Slab Pier Repair
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For over 20 years TC Hafford Basement Systems has been solving basement, crawl space and foundation issues for homeowners in Oxford County, ME. We are the exclusive dealer in Oxford 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.

Basement Waterproofing & Crawl Space Repair

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

We Provide:
  • Basement Waterproofing
  • Crawl Space Encapsulation
  • Leak Repairs
  • Exclusive, Patented Products
  • World's Best Sump Pumps
  • Energy-Efficient Dehumidifier             
You Receive:
  • Permanently Dry Basement or Crawl Space
  • Controlled Humidity
  • Mold Mitigation
  • Lifetime Transferable Warranty
  • Greater Home Value
  • Peace of Mind

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 Oxford 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:
  • Bowing Walls
  • Uneven Floors
  • Wall Cracks
  • Settling Foundation
  • Doors that Won't Close         
Concrete Solutions for:
  • Sinking Concrete
  • Tilting Patios
  • Concrete Slab Cracking
  • Poor Mudjacking Work
  • Washed Out Soil
Case Studies From Oxford County
WaterGuard
A homeowner in Center Lovell, ME was living with a wet basement. Even with a concrete foundation in place, outside water was still leaking in. This...
PolyLevel
A homeowner living in Hanover, ME had noticed their concrete garage floor had been slowly sinking downward into the ground. This was not a problem at...
Basement
A homeowner living in Newry, ME owned a property prone to having a wet basement. This was due to the concrete foundation of the basement not keeping...
Job Stories From Oxford County, ME
Soon to be Finished Basement is Made Water Tight in Rumford, ME

A homeowner in Rumford was thinking of getting his basement finished. After owning the home for 28 years, a new water route nearby seems to be causing water to enter the basement for the first time. His crawlspace was also becoming quite damp, collecting moisture. After seeing our work on a nearby home, he decided to go with TC Hafford to waterproof his basement.

For this homeowner’s crawlspace, we used a CleanSpace Liner to seal out any water trying to seep into the area. Then we installed a SmartDrain complete with SmartSump to collect and pump out any water still managing to enter the crawlspace.

Work on the basement of the house started with the perimeter being fitted with a WaterGuard system. This system is a set of pipes that will capture any water entering the basement through the walls or floor. We then connected the WaterGuard system to an UltraSump sump pump, which is where the water gets pumped up and out of the basement. Finally, we attached an IceGuard on the exterior of the home. This is a unique pipe designed to allow water to flow even if the pipe gets blocked by Ice. Now this homeowner can finish his basement without ever needing to worry about water leaking in.

Drainage Problems in Rental Property in Paris, ME

Howard in Paris was living in a rental when he noticed the drains in his basement were backing up. This became an immediate problem for Howard, and he contacted us as soon as he saw an ad on the television. We had a look at the property, and got to work.

The perimeter of the basement needed to be dug out, and removed from the basement. This gave us room to insert a WaterGuard System, which ensures any water entering the basement is caught. Then to relieve the basement of this captured water, we installed an UltraSump sump pump. This pump will force any collected water outside the house through a drainage pipe. Once outside, we fixed an IceGuard filter to the drainage pipe. This special piece will allow water to escape the pipe should the lower end get blocked by ice or other debris. Howard’s drainage issue is a now a thing of the past!

Waterford, ME Basement Properly Removes Moisture with SaniDry CX

A homeowner of 20 years, Bruce, was noticing his finished basement was starting to become musty and damp. He could see mold growing on his sheet rock, and needed a way to eliminate this problem. Bruce searched online to find a solution. He found TC Hafford and made the call; we had a representative at the home to take a look and give a possible fix. The homeowner decided to go with a SaniDry CX. The SaniDry CX Dehumidifier will maintain a dry atmosphere in the basement. Killing off the mold and preventing more mold from growing in the future.

 

Hebron, ME Crawlspace Encapsulation Using CleanSpace

A homeowner in Hebron needed a way to waterproof their crawlspace. It would gather water during rain, and this could easily lead to mold or structure damage. After hearing about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a contractor, they contacted us to get the job done. We investigated the crawlspace to give a free estimate; then we got to work!

The crawlspace received a Drainage Matting around the inside perimeter. This will prevent any moisture from leaking outward into the center of the crawlspace. Next, we encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner which acts as a barrier and locks out any moisture that would otherwise find its way into the crawlspace. Finally, we installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier. This will maintain a dry atmosphere within the crawlspace should moisture find its way in. Now this homeowner will have a dry crawlspace no matter the weather!

A homeowner in Hebron needed a way to waterproof their crawlspace. It would gather water during rain, and this could easily lead to mold or structure damage. After hearing about TC Hafford Basement Systems from a contractor, they contacted us to get the job done. We investigated the crawlspace to give a free estimate; then we got to work!

The crawlspace received a Drainage Matting around the inside perimeter. This will prevent any moisture from leaking outward into the center of the crawlspace. Next, we encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner which acts as a barrier and locks out any moisture that would otherwise find its way into the crawlspace. Finally, we installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier. This will maintain a dry atmosphere within the crawlspace should moisture find its way in. Now this homeowner will have a dry crawlspace no matter the weather!

Basement In Roxbury, ME Protected From Water Damage

Amy in Roxbury was experiencing a problem with her basement, it would take on water during rain, then remain damp for days afterward. This was a problem because it was making her basement useless. She couldn’t use it for storage, or a place to reside, the water was making sure of that. Amy logged onto her computer and searched the internet for a solution, soon finding just that. TC Hafford Basement Systems was just what Amy needed, to fix her damp basement. We gave her a free estimate and then got to work!

Our crew started by excavating the interior perimeter of the basement floor. This new trench made room for us to emplace our WaterGuard piping system. This is a special type of pipe that captures water as it enters through the floor or walls of the basement, guiding it to the sump before it can cause any damage. In the sump, we installed a TripleSafe sump pump. This is a device with three separate pumps. The secondary pump is for when the primary pump either can’t handle the water, or malfunctions for any reason; whereas the third pump is a battery-operated pump in case of a power outage. This pump pushes the water up and out of a PVC discharge line. Following the discharge line outside, we attached an IceGuard piece to the line. This unique piece will allow water to continue to escape, even if the lower end of the line becomes blocked by ice or debris. Now Amy can use her basement space however she pleases, without fear of water damage!

Wet Basement In Newry, ME Kept Dry With WaterGuard

A homeowner in Newry, who had sump with a pump, was still having problems with water in their basement. This isn’t uncommon, due to there being no guaranteed way for the water to find its way to the sump. Being a prior customer of TC Hafford Basement Systems, this homeowner knew exactly who to come to in order to fix their problem. We had a representative give a free estimate, and we got to work!

In order to guarantee the water entering the basement would find its way to the sump, we needed to install a WaterGuard pipe. To do this, we dug up the interior perimeter of the basement floor and removed all of the debris. Then we laid the WaterGuard piping around the trench, leading to the sump. This was then covered over with loose rocks and cement to hide it under the floor without disturbing functionality. The WaterGuard pipe will capture water as it enters the basement through the walls or floor, guiding it directly to the sump pump to be removed from the basement. Now this homeowner once again has a dry basement, and a system in place to keep it that way!

o Edited: Two Basement Wall Cracks In Hanover, ME Sealed With FlexiSpan

A couple in Hanover had been living in their home for 40 years. They had recently noticed two cracks in their basement wall where water was coming in through. They were using their basement for storage at the time, and needed to stop this water from entering as soon as possible! They soon saw TC Hafford Basement Systems at a home show, and knew we were the right people for the job! They contacted us shortly after the show and we got to work!

To seal the cracks, we used FlexiSpan. This is a three-tier structure, which is flexible, and able to contort to a crack, should the wall shift at all. The first layer is a layer of sealant applied directly into the crack. Next, a foam mat is laid over the top of the sealant, this is where the flexibility comes from. Finally, a second layer of sealant is applied over the foam, holding the structure in place, and completely locking out any moisture trying to enter through the crack. This FlexiSpan is sure to keep even a 40-year-old basement dry!

Damp Crawlspace In Bethel, ME Dried With CleanSpace

Steven in Bethel was starting to notice a smell coming from his crawlspace. This was a sign of mold growth, which is caused by moist air. Steven needed to stop this mold growth, and in order to do that, he needed to have his crawlspace waterproofed. To get the job done right, Steven called TC Hafford Basement Systems. We sent out a representative to inspect the crawlspace and give the homeowner a free estimate on what could be done to solve his problem. He decided on what he wanted done and we got started.

To maintain a dry atmosphere within the crawlspace, we needed to give the homeowner a proper vapor barrier. We encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This liner covers the walls and the floor entirely. CleanSpace is made of plastic, which water cannot pass through, locking any moisture out of the crawlspace completely. This will keep Stevens crawlspace dry and mold free for the future.

Leaking Basement In Lovell, ME Waterproofed With WaterGuard

Kevin from Lovell was having trouble with water gathering in his basement. The water was coming in through the floor and walls and he needed professional help to prevent this from recurring in the future. Kevin got online to find a solution, soon coming across TC Hafford Basement Systems. We got the call and had a representative inspect the basement, giving the homeowner a free estimate on the cost of solutions. Kevin gave us the go ahead and we had our crew start working.

We started by excavating the inside perimeter of the basement, this gave us room to lay down our WaterGaurd pipe system. This system is then buried under cement to conceal it beneath the floor. The WaterGaurd will capture water as it enters the basement through the walls or floor and guide it to the sump in the basement. Next, we installed a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will take the water gathered by the WaterGuard and push it up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line. On the exterior of the home, we attached a unique piece of pipe onto the discharge line called an IceGuard. This piece will allow water to continue to flow from the basement even if ice or other debris blocks the line. Now Kevin has a dry basement thanks to WaterGuard!

Leaky Basement In South Paris, ME Kept Dry With WaterGuard

Bruce from South Paris was having trouble with water coming into their basement through the walls and floor. This happened due to something called Hydrostatic Pressure. This is when the water content in the surrounding soil is high enough where it has nowhere else to go but to be forced in through the concrete. This homeowner had a sump pump, but needed a reliable system that would remove the water no matter which part of the basement the water entered through. Thee homeowner took to the internet to find professional help, and came across TC Hafford Basement Systems. They called us right away to arrange their meeting with a representative and receive their free estimate. They chose what work they wanted done and we got to work!

We needed to start by excavating the inside perimeter of the basement floor. This gave us room to emplace our WaterGuard pipe system. This piping was then covered over with loose rocks and cement to conceal it within the floor without hurting functionality. The WaterGuard rests just beneath the surface of the floor, able to capture all the water trying to enter through hydrostatic pressure before it reaches the surface. The water is then guided to the sump, where we replaced the old pump with a new SuperSump. The water is then pumped out of the home through a PVC discharge line. One the exterior of the home, we attached an IceGuard filter to this discharge line. This filter will allow for the water to continue to flow freely from the pipe, even if the lower end is blocked by ice or other debris.

With these new systems in place, this homeowner won’t suffer from a wet basement any more. The moisture will be captured and removed before ever reaching the interior of the basement.

Moist Crawlspace In Norway, ME Waterproofed Properly With CleanSpace

A homeowner in Norway was having trouble with their vapor barrier in their crawlspace. Water was somehow leaking in through the old vapor barrier. Needing a vapor barrier that wouldn’t leak, the homeowner sought the right company to take care of their needs. They soon saw TC Hafford Basement Systems on their television, and did some research on our company. After their research, they found we were the best choice for the job. They called us the next day to set up a meeting to receive their free estimate. The homeowner decided on what work they wanted done and we got to work!

We began by taking out the old vapor barrier. It was serving no purpose, and needed to be disposed of before we could install our own. Next, we laid down a Drainage Matting around the floor/wall joint of the crawlspace. This mat will hold back water trying to enter here, allowing it time to exit back into the surrounding soil before reaching the center of the crawlspace. We then encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This liner is made of a thin plastic that water cannot pass through. Lining the crawlspace with this will completely lock out any moisture trying to reach the interior of the space, forcing it to drain away.

These two systems working together will make an impenetrable vapor barrier for this homeowner. They no longer need to worry about their crawlspace gathering moisture.

Fryeburg, ME Crawlspace Protected From Moisture With CleanSpace

A couple in Fryeburg was having trouble with water gathering in their crawlspace. Whenever rain would fall, the dirt walls and floor didn’t stop the water from leaking in. Seeking a solution, the homeowners soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems. After they gave us a call, we dispatched our representative to inspect the space and give a free estimate to the homeowners. They made their choice and we got to work!

We began by installing a SmartDrain in the floor of the crawlspace. This will take the water gathering in the lowest point and allow it to drain out and away from the crawlspace. Next, we encapsulated the crawlspace with a CleanSpace Liner. This covers every wall in the crawlspace, and the floor. Being made of a thin plastic, it will lock out moisture and prevent it from reaching the interior of the space. Finally, we installed a SaniDry CX dehumidifier. This will take any moisture managing to enter the atmosphere within the crawlspace and remove it.

With these systems working together, this couple no longer needs to struggle with a flooding crawlspace.

Temporary Sump In Mexico, ME Replaced With Permanent Solution

A homeowner in Mexico, Maine had been having trouble with water gathering in their basement for years. They set up their own temporary sump, but it wasn’t quite enough. Requiring a permanent solution, the homeowner got online to search for the answer. This is where they found TC Hafford Basement Systems, who they called right away to set up a meeting. We had our representative head to the home to give them their free estimate, and then our crew got to work!

We began by digging a trench around the inside perimeter of the basement floor. This trench allowed us to lay down our WaterGurd pipe system. This system will capture all water trying to enter the basement through the walls or floor via a phenomenon known as hydrostatic pressure. The WaterGuard is covered over with loose rocks and cement to hide it beneath the floor without hindering functionality. The water collected in the pipes is then guided to the sump, where we installed a SuperSump sump pump. Capable of moving 2,650 gallons of water per hour, the SuperSump will be more than enough to keep this basement dry! The water is evacuated through a PVC discharge line. On the exterior of the home, we attached a special IceGuard piece to the discharge line. This IceGuard will allow the water to exit the pipe, should the lower end become clogged by any sort of debris.

With these three systems working together, this homeowner will never need to worry about water gathering in their basement again!

Brownfield, ME Sump Receives SuperSump Upgrade

A couple in Brownfield owned a basement with a functional sump and drainage system. But during exceptionally heavy rains, the water would overflow from the sump, pooling up on the basement floor. Requiring more water removal power, the homeowners got online and found TC Hafford Basement Systems.

To give the homeowners the water removal they needed, we installed a SuperSump sump pump into the sump they already had. This pump is able to pump 2,650 gallons of water per hour, and should be more than enough to handle any amount of water leaking into this basement. On the exterior of the home, we attached an IceGuard to the water discharge line coming from the sump. This will allow water to continue to exit the pipe, even in the event that the lower end of the pipe becomes blocked. Finally, we installed a SaniDry XP dehumidifier within the basement to remove any moisture from the atmosphere. This will eliminate not only any foul smells, but also any mold beginning to grow around the basement.

With these upgrades to their sump and basement, water is no longer a concern for this couple!

Hiram, ME Home Fitted With WaterGuard Before Going On The Market

A homeowner in Hiram was looking to put their home up for sale. But with the amount of water that would regularly gather within the basement during heavy rains, they would have a hard time finding a buyer. Taking to the internet to find a solution to their water problem, the homeowner soon discovered TC Hafford Basement Systems. They contacted us right away and we began work on the basement.

We started by excavating the inside perimeter of the basement floor. This gave us a trench where we could lay our WaterGuard piping system. These pipes will capture any and all water as it tries to enter the basement through the walls or floor. The WaterGuard is then covered with loose rocks and cement to hide it beneath the floor without preventing it from functioning. The water captured by the WaterGuard is then guided to the sump, where we installed a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will push all the gathered water up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line. On the exterior of the home, this discharge line has a special IceGuard piece attached. The IceGuard is designed to allow water to exit the pipe should the lower end become blocked by ice or other debris.

These three products working together will maintain a dry basement in this home for many years to come; Allowing the homeowner to sell the home without any issues involving a leaking basement.

Flooding Basement In Peru, ME Kept Dry With WaterGuard

A couple in Peru was having trouble with a flooding basement. Their basement would regularly gather up to three inches of water on the floor. Looking for a way to seal out any moisture, the homeowners visited a home show in Bangor. This is where they found TC Hafford Basement Systems, and they knew we could assist them with all their basement troubles. They set up a meeting and we got to work on the home!

To start on the basement, we dug out the interior perimeter of the floor. This enabled us to lay our WaterGuard pipe system under the floor. It was then covered with loose rocks and cement to conceal it without hindering functionality. The WaterGuard pipes are designed in such a way where they collect all the water trying to press up through the foundation. The water is guided to the sump within the basement, where we installed a SuperSump sump pump. The SuperSump was given an UltraSump backup battery to keep it running in any condition. The water pumped out by the SuperSump traveled through an IceGuard piece of pipe we attached on the exterior of the home. The IceGuard would allow water to flow normally, while in the event of the pipe clogging, allowed the water to exit the sides of the pipe.

With this waterproofing in place, a flooding basement was a thing of the past for this couple!

Leaking Basement In Porter, ME Sealed With WaterGuard

A couple in Porter was having trouble with a leaky basement. Water would easily enter the basement through the wall/floor joint during heavy rains, and pool up on the floor. This flooding needed to be stopped, and seeking professional help the homeowners called TC Hafford Basement Systems after seeing us on their television. We had a representative at the home soon after to inspect the basement and give a free estimate. After the homeowner gave us the green light, we got to work!

We began working on the basement by excavating the perimeter of the floor. This new trench allowed us to lay our WaterGuard piping system down. The WaterGuard is designed in such a way that it will capture the water as it leaks through the cement toward the interior of the basement. The captured water is directed to the sump, where we installed a TripleSafe sump pump. This pump will guarantee the water fed to it will be pumped out of the basement, being equipped with a battery-powered backup pump. The water being evacuated exits through a PVC discharge line. On the exterior of the home, we attached an IceGuard pipe piece to this discharge line to maintain water flow. The IceGuard will allow any water in the pipe to exit the pipe, should the lower end of the pipe become blocked by ice or other debris.

These three systems working together will guarantee a dry basement for these homeowners for many years to come!

WaterGuard Holds Water Back From Bryant Pond, ME Basement

A homeowner in Bryant Pond, Maine was experiencing a moisture problem in their basement. Moisture was coming in through the cement, and leaking into puddles on the basement floor. Fearing water damage to their belongings stored in the basement, the homeowner sought a way to prevent further water build up. They called TC Hafford Basement Systems after seeing us on TV and we had our representative give them a free estimate. They selected what work they wanted done, and we got to work!

We got started on the basement by excavating the interior perimeter of the basement floor. This enabled us to lay our WaterGuard pipe system into the new trench in the floor. It was then covered with loose rocks and cement to conceal it without hindering functionality. The WaterGuard collects water as it enters through the cement, preventing it from reaching the interior of the basement. We then installed a SuperSump sump pump in the basement to evacuated the water collected by the WaterGuard. The water exits through a PVC discharge line, which we attached an IceGuard pipe to on the exterior of the home. The IceGuard will allow water to continue to flow from the pipe without problem, should the lower end become blocked by ice or other debris.

These new installations will maintain a dry basement for many years to come. This homeowner will no longer fear water damage!

Denmark, ME Basement Kept Dry With WaterGuard

A homeowner in Denmark was having trouble with water pooling up in her basement. She had been using a shop vacuum to remove the water, but it just wasn’t enough. She needed a system in place to handle the water without her needing to get involved. She got online and searched for a solution. This is where she found TC Hafford basement Systems. She called us up, we gave her a free estimate, and then we got to work!

We began by digging out a trench around the interior perimeter of the basement floor. This trench would enable us to lay our WaterGuard pipe system beneath the floor. Covering it with loose rocks and cement, we were able to conceal it without hurting its functionality. The WaterGuard will gather all the water trying to leak in through the cement itself, guiding it toward the sump. Within the sump, we installed a SuperSump sump pump to remove the water from the basement. This water exits through a PVC discharge line. In case of power outages, we attached an UltraSump backup battery to the SuperSump to keep it operating in any weather. Finally, on the exterior of the home, we installed an IceGuard pipe piece to the discharge line. This IceGuard will allow for water coming from the sump to exit the pipe in the event that the lower end of the line becomes blocked by ice or other debris.

Now this homeowner has the proper systems in place to maintain a dry, healthy basement without any need for her to put in any effort.

PowerBrace Prevents Cave In Within Canton, ME Basement

A homeowner in Canton bought a home with a bowing basement wall. He hadn’t realized just how bad this could be for the home, and upon this realization, he searched online for what could be done to help it. He soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems, and received a free estimate from one of our representatives. The homeowner wanted us to get the job done, so we dispatched our crew and got started!

To resolve the issue with the wall, we needed to push the wall back into place. To do this, we used PowerBrace. The PowerBrace is a series of steel I-beams anchored to the cement floor, against the bowing wall. They are fitted to the wooden joists in the ceiling with adjustable screws. The pressure applied to the wall slowly pushes it back into place over time. We will later revisit this basement to tighten the PowerBrace system. This will further align the wall with its original location.

With these new PowerBraces in place, a caved in wall is now nothing this homeowner needs to be concerned about.

Leaking Crack In Stoneham, ME Sealed With FlexiSpan

A homeowner in Stoneham had a wet basement, thanks to a large crack forming on one of their walls. This could lead to water damage to the homeowner’s property, and they needed a way to prevent it. Searching online for a solution, they soon found TC Hafford Basement Systems. We arranged to inspect the crack, and we gave the homeowner a free estimate. They gave us the green light and we got started!

We began by filling the crack with a layer of sealant. This layer was then covered over with a foam matting. This foam matting gives the finished structure flexibility. These two layers acts as an initial barrier which holds back some of the moisture, but it is not quite complete yet. We finished the project off with a final layer of sealant over the foam. This creates what is known as FlexiSpan. A crack sealing structure that is capable of bending and conforming to the crack in the event of shifting basement walls.

With the FlexiSpan in place, this homeowner will no longer experience a leaking basement due to this crack!

WaterGuard Prevents Moisture From Leaking Into Center Lovell, ME Basement

A homeowner in Center Lovell bought a home, but this home had a problem in the basement. It would gather a large amount of moisture whenever it would rain, which was leaving behind an unpleasant, musty smell. Looking to finish the basement and turn it into a livable space, the homeowner needed to waterproof the space. He searched online and found his solution, TC Hafford Basement Systems. He called us up and we were on the job!

We began by digging out the inside perimeter of the basement floor. This new trench surrounding the basement is where we laid down our WaterGuard piping system. This system is buried beneath cement, and will capture water before it reaches the surface. The captured water is carried through the pipes to the sump, where we installed a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will handle pushing the water up and out of the basement, never allowing it to reach the surface of the floor. Finally, to allow the homeowner to finish the space without needed to address the cold cement floor, we laid down our ThermalDry flooring tiles. These tiles are made of a hard plastic, being able to act as a floor, while also being insulated with foam on the bottoms to prevent the cold from reaching the surface.

With this newly waterproofed basement, the homeowner can now easily waterproof the space without fear of water damage or mold growth!

Work Requests From Oxford County, ME
Vicinity of Pleasant Street in Oxford
Wet basement area with old French drain. Also dirt crawl space area moisture.
Vicinity of in Oxford
We have a camp on Thompson lake. We have a partial basement that is always wet and during rainy times water pours in through our furnace exhaust. We would appreciate would like an estimate on correcting these problems. Thanks
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Rumford 04276, South Paris 04281, Paris 04271, Norway 04268, Oxford 04270, Fryeburg 04037, Bethel 04217, Mexico 04257, Dixfield 04224, Buckfield 04220, West Paris 04289, Brownfield 04010, Hiram 04041, Waterford 04088, Peru 04290, Porter 04068, Bryant Pond 04219, Hebron 04238, Denmark 04022, Lovell 04051, Canton 04221, Sumner 04292, Greenwood 04255, Andover 04216, Roxbury 04275, Newry 04261, Hanover 04237, Stoneham 04231, East Andover 04226, West Bethel 04286, North Waterford 04267, Center Lovell 04016

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