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Basement Repair Services & Products

WaterGuard Interior System
DryTrak Drainage Channel
TrenchDrain Drain Grate
IceGuard Discharge Line
FlexiSpan Wall Crack Repair
Polyurethane Crack Sealing
WellDuct Window Drainage
BrightWall Waterproof Panels
ThermalDry Wall Barrier
Basement To Beautiful Pre-finishing Wall Insulation Panels
Drain Tile Installation
SuperSump Pump System
TripleSafe Pumping System
UltraSump Battery Back Up
Sanidry Dehumidifier

Crawl Space Repair Services & Products

CleanSpace Encapsulation Vapor Barriers And Liners
Turtle Access Hatch
EverLast Crawl Space Doors
Sanidry Csb Dehumidifier
SmartDrain Water Drainage
TerraBlock Floor Insulation
SmartSump Sump Pump
Crawl-o-Sphere Crawl Space Fan
WallCap Block Wall Sealer
SmartVent Flood Vents

Foundation Repair Services & Products

Push Pier Underpinning For Settlement, Foundation Leveling, Sinking Foundation Repair
Geo-lock Wall Anchors
Geo-lock Helical Anchors
PowerBrace Bowed Wall Repair
CarbonArmor Fiber Wall Repair
SmartJack Crawl Space Support
Slab Pier Repair
PolyLevel® Concrete Lifting & Leveling
Mud Jacking & Slab Jacking Alternatives
EZ Post Deck Repair
Shotcrete Wall Restoration

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For over 20 years TC Hafford Basement Systems has been solving basement, crawl space and foundation issues for homeowners in Piscataquis County, ME. We are the exclusive dealer in Piscataquis 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 Piscataquis 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
  • Warrantied Solutions
  • 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 Piscataquis County home, identify the problem and provide warrantied products and work.  We can also fix your sinking interior concrete slab or uneven driveway problems so you can enjoy your driveway and 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.

Foundation Solutions for:
  • Bowing Walls
  • Uneven Floors
  • Wall Cracks
  • Settling Foundation
  • Doors that Won't Close         
Concrete Solutions for:
  • Sinking Concrete
  • Sunken Driveway
  • Unlevel Interior Concrete Slab
  • Poor Mudjacking Work
  • Washed Out Soil
Case Studies From Piscataquis County
A homeowner who lived in Monson, ME had a dirt basement beneath their home. This dirt provided no resistance to any moisture from rainfall or melting...
A homeowner in Sangerville, ME had been living with a damp crawlspace beneath their home for quite some time. This dampness was beginning to cause a...
A homeowner in Guilford, ME had recently begun to notice a musty smell around certain parts of their home. This smell, they soon discovered, was...
Job Stories From Piscataquis County, ME
Wet Basement in Dover Foxcroft, ME, Pumped Dry

A homeowner in Dover Foxcroft was experiencing trouble with water coming in through his walls. This water would collect and cause moisture to build up in the basement. This moisture created great living conditions for mold. After receiving a piece of mail advertising TC Hafford, the homeowner gave us a call.

We looked over the basement, and discussed potential fixes with the homeowner. Once the homeowner decided what they wanted done, we got working. The first thing we dig was dig out a hole to become a sump. The sump was then fitted with a SuperSump sump pump. This pump takes all the water collecting in the basement and forces it up and out of the basement through PVC pipe. On the outside of the house, we attached an IceGuard pipe to the PVC to allow for water to flow even if the rest of the pipe becomes blocked. This will ensure our sump pump doesn’t back up. This homeowner now has a dry basement.

Flooding Basement In Milo, ME Drained With WaterGuard

A couple in Milo were seeking help in preventing their basement from flooding. During heavy rains, water would build up and sit on the basement floor, while their sump pump slowly did its best to remove the water. The couple got online and sought out their answer, soon finding TC Hafford Basement Systems, who they called right away. We gave them their free estimate, and then we got to work!

To help eliminate the water building up on the basement floor, we dug out the inside perimeter of the basement floor to enable us to lay down our special WaterGuard pipe system just beneath the floor. It was then covered over with rocks and cement to bury it without stopping its function. The WaterGuard pipes will catch any water as it tries to enter the basement through the walls or floor via a phenomenon known as hydrostatic pressure. This water is then channeled to the sump in the basement. Within this sump, we replaced the old pump with a SuperSump. The Supersump is able to push 2,650 gallons of water per hour up and out of the basement through a PVC discharge line.

With these two systems working in tandem, these homeowners will no longer have any water build up on their basement floor.

Sebec, ME Basement Wall Reinforced With PowerBrace

A homeowner in Sebec noticed he had a basement wall that was leaning inward. The cinder blocks that composed the wall were starting to bend inward under the pressure of the surrounding soil. Having been asking around for ways to fix this wall, the homeowner soon heard about TC Hafford Basement Systems. He called us right away and we had our representative head over to the home to inspect the wall and give a free estimate. After the homeowner gave us the go ahead, our crew got to work!

To hold the wall in place, we needed to reinforce the wall with more support. This is why we installed PowerBrace against the basement wall. PowerBrace is made up of several steel I-beams spread out along the wall. These are secured into place at the foot of the wall, and attached to the wooden joists in the ceiling. The ceiling attachment is adjustable, allowing us to form the PowerBrace tightly against the wall. This will apply pressure to the wall, and over time, realign it with its original position. We will return to this basement at a later date to tighten the braces for the homeowner, finishing the PowerBrace installation.

With PowerBrace in place, this homeowner now no longer fears his basement wall potentially caving in!

Greenville, ME Basement Kept Dry With WaterGuard

A couple in Greenville frequently experienced a basement with a few inches of water in it. This water was leaking in through the cement, and the homeowners needed a way to prevent this from happening in the future. After a quick internet search, they found TC Hafford Basement Systems and knew we could get the job done! They called us to receive their free estimate, and then we got to work!

To capture the water as it travels through the concrete, we installed our WaterGuard piping system underneath the inside perimeter of the basement floor. This water that finds itself inside the WaterGuard is guided to the sump in the basement, where we installed a SuperSump sump pump. This pump will maintain a dry floor, being able to handle up to 2,650 gallons of water per hour. The water is pumped out through a PVC discharge line. On the exterior of the home, we attached an IceGuard pipe piece mid-way along the discharge line. The IceGuard is designed to allow water to exit the pipe, should the lower end become blocked by ice or other debris.

These systems will just about guarantee no more water will build up on the homeowner’s basement floor!

FlexiSpan Seal Protects Milo, ME Basement from Leaks

A homeowner from Milo, ME noticed a crack had opened on one of their basement walls. This crack had been letting outside moisture leak into the basement, which was immediately a problem for the homeowner. After hearing about our company from a friend, this homeowner called us at TC Hafford to set up their free estimate. They decided they wanted us to seal the crack so we dispatched our crew and got to work.

When the installation crew arrived at the home, they began work on the crack by prepping it for sealing with a coarse brush. Once clear of debris, a primary layer of sealant was applied within and around the crack.Next, a foam mat was layed over the sealant, along the length of the crack. Finally, a second layer of sealant was used to cover the structure, completing what is known as a Flexispan seal. This seal will keep any outside water from leaking in through the crack in the future. The foam core allows the FlexiSpan, as the name suggests, to flex slightly and conform to slight changes in the shape of the crack.

With the crack sealed, this homeowner no longer needs to deal with water gathering on their basement floor. The FlexiSpan seal will keep this basement water-free for years to come!

Proper Vapor Barrier Protects Greenville, ME Crawlspace from Leakage

A homeowner living in Greenville, ME had recently noticed a musty smell in parts of their home. At first, they were unsure where this smell was coming from, but they soon discovered the problem was water leaking into their crawlspace. To put an end to the smell and the moisture problem, they searched online for a solution. Once they found TC Hafford Basement Systems they knew they found the right company to get the job done right. They called us right away for their free estimate and we got to work!

As soon as our installation crew arrived at the home they began installing a vapor barrier to keep moisture out of this crawlspace in the future. This started with a Drainage Matting being laid across the floor of the crawlspace. The Drainage Matting sits just above the floor and has many small holes throughout. This will allow for the water blocked by the barrier to flow towards where it can more easily drain away back into the ground. Next, a CleanSpace liner was used to encapsulate the crawlspace, covering all of the walls as well as the floor. This thin liner will completely lock out any outside moisture trying to enter the interior of the crawlspace. These two layers forms a vapor barrier that will soon eliminate this homeowners moisture problem.

Now once the space dries out, this homeowner will no longer need to deal with a musty smell around their home. The newly installed vapor barrier will keep this crawlspace dry for many years to come!

Flooding Sebec, ME Basement Kept Dry with WaterGuard Installation

A couple living in Sebec, ME were looking to renovate their basement and turn it into a livable space. But without proper waterproofing, outside moisture would leak in through their concrete foundation and cause problems. Needing a way to keep the water out of the space, they searched online for a solution. When they found us at TC Hafford Basement Systems, they called right away to set up their free estimate. Knowing their options, they hired us to solve their wet basement problems.

Upon arriving at the home, our installation crew got started by excavating a shallow trench into the perimeter of the concrete basement floor. This enabled them to then lay WaterGuard piping down, surrounding the space. Covered in loose rocks and concrete to seal the pipes without hindering their function, the WaterGuard will take in leaking moisture through small slits along the bottom edge of each pipe. This water is now guided through the floor to the sump where a SuperSump pump was installed. The water fed to the SuperSump is forced up and out of the home through a discharge line.

This discharge line carries the water a distance from the home before depositing it on the lawn. The end of this line was fitted with a LawnScape discharge port. This piece has the open end covered by a grate, allowing the water to flow freely while blocking any debris from entering the line to cause problems. Just beyond where the discharge line exits the home, an IceGuard pipe segment was implemented into the line. The IceGuard section has upward facing holes that only allow for water trapped in the line to escape. This will prevent ice from blocking the line and causing a backup into the home.

With their newly waterproofed basement, these homeowners can now use their basement as a livable space without the need to worry about leaking water ruining their belongings. The WaterGuard piping will keep this basement floor water-free for years to come!

TripleSafe Implementation Keeps Milo, ME Basement Safe from Flooding

Even though this Milo, ME homeowner had a sump in the floor of their basement, water would still occasionally overwhelm the sump and pool up across the floor. Dealing with these puddles was quickly getting tiresome for the homeowner, so they began looking for a way to solve the problem. After seeing TC Hafford on their TV, they called us right away to be set up with a free estimate. They spoke with our representative about their options and soon gave us the green light to waterproof their basement.

As soon as our installation crew arrived at the property, they were able to get started on the basement right away. To enable this sump to handle the amount of water typically entering this space, a TripleSafe sump system was installed in the existing hole. The TripleSafe houses three individual pumps that operate at all hours to keep the basement water-free. The first and second pumps each work to remove the majority of the water, with the secondary pump only switching on if the primary pump is either overwhelmed by the volume of water or fails for any reason. The third pump operates on a battery, maintaining a dry basement even during power-outages. The water flowing through the TripleSafe exits the home through a PVC discharge line.

This line carries the water a distance from the home before releasing it onto the lawn to harmlessly drain away. This line terminates through a LawnScape pipe segment which covers the end of the line with a grate. This grate allows the water to flow freely while keeping out relatively large debris. Just beyond where the discharge line leaves the side of the home, an IceGuard pipe section was integrated into the line. The IceGuard is constructed with upward facing holes in the sides. These holes do not interfere with normal water flow from the home but will release any water blocked by ice or debris blocking the line. This will prevent water from backing up and overflowing the sump.

With their new sump system in place, this homeowner can rest assured their basement will keep itself dry. The TripleSafe pump will keep this basement from flooding for years into the future!

Bowing Basement Wall in Greenville, ME repaired with PowerBrace Installation

A homeowner living in Greenville, ME had recently noticed that one of the walls in their basement was bowing inward. This unusual bending of the wall made the homeowner uneasy and they quickly began searching for a solution to their problem. The homeowner soon discovered our TC Hafford website and contacted us to ask about what could be done to fix their wall. We dispatched our sales representative to give the homeowner a free estimate and they soon decided on how they wanted the problem solved, giving us the go-ahead to begin work on their basement.

As soon as our installation crew arrived at the home, they got started with the installation of PowerBrace supports. These supports are cut to fit the height of the wall and are placed every few feet to better distribute the force against the wall. The PowerBrace beams are fixed to the joists in the ceiling using brackets that will allow for the beams to be tightened against the wall while the bottoms of each beam are secured to the floor with concrete screw anchors. Once fully installed, the PowerBraces will be tightened over time to readjust the wall until it reaches its original position once again.

Now this homeowner can make use of their basement without the worry of a collapsing wall damaging their property. The PowerBrace installation will ensure this wall stays right where it belongs for the future!

Serving the following Piscataquis County, ME zip codes
Dover Foxcroft 04426, Milo 04463, Greenville 04441, Guilford 04443, Sangerville 04479, Brownville 04414, Abbot 04406, Monson 04464, Sebec 04481, Brownville Junction 04415, Shirley Mills 04485, Greenville Junction 04442
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