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For over 25 years TC Hafford Basement Systems has been Topsham’s trusted basement, crawl space, foundation, and concrete repair contractor We offer 25 patented products, along with free inspections and written estimates. Contact us today for more information or to get started.
Water and moisture in your basement or crawl space causes headaches including mold growth, musty smells and more importantly rot. Many home contractors believe that sealing the outside foundation wall is a permanent fix for water issues, but this method can be very costly and cause damage to gardens and possibly pipes. We avoid these issues by installing our interior drainage system.
Our basement and crawl space drainage system works by catching any water then transports it to a sump pump where it is then safely pumped out and away from your home. We also install an energy efficiency dehumidifier in your basement or crawl space in conjunction with our system to prevent future mold growth and reduce moisture.
Our basement waterproofing and crawl space encapsulation systems are built with our only our patented products, and include a written, transferable, lifetime warranty.
In the event of foundation or concrete issues, one of our certified structural & geotechnical engineers can provide you with a free inspection and estimate, as well as explain the solution to you. All of the foundation repair products we use come with a 25 year warranty and are specifically designed to avoid damaging gardens, steps, porches, etc. during installation.
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When it comes to lifting sinking concrete slabs, most contractors use the traditional method of mudjacking. Mudjacking consists of pumping a heavy mud/concrete slurry beneath the concrete through large holes drilled through the concrete slab.
Our concrete repair contractors prefer to use PolyLEVEL, which is a light polyurethane foam designed specifically to lift the sunken concrete. The foam is injected through much smaller holes and it expands quickly and fills gaps and lifts the concrete to a level position.