Home Mold in CT & MA, including New Haven, Stamford & Greenwich.

Mold Removal Specialists in West Hartford, New Haven, Stamford

home mold removal in Danbury

Mold removal requires certified, experienced professionals, in order to remove it safely and completely.

Proper training ensures that all existing mold is identified, and that this mold will not return in a few months.

Local experts for mold inspections, remediation & removal

CPM Environmental LLC is your local professional source for disaster restoration and home repairs, including mold removal and water damage of all types.

Mold damage in a home can be especially difficult to remove permanently.

Without a trained and fully certified technician performing the work, the mold may not be completely removed, or it may simply grow back in a few months.

Mold has been found to damage personal property, and also to seriously affect the health of many residents within a household -- especially those with asthma or allergies.

According to the Journal Of Property Management, a single square inch of drywall can contain between one and 10 million mold spores. It only takes three to five of those spores to cause a reaction in a sensitive individual.

We're here to help solve your mold problem from start to finish

We offer 24-hour emergency service, as well as Free Estimates for mold removal and water damage restoration. Our certified, professional services are available throughout our CT service area, including Stamford, New Haven, West Hartford, Trumbull, Norwalk, Greenwich, Milford, Danbury, New Canaan, Fairfield and the surrounding areas.

Things you should know about mold & mold remediation

  • Mold grows quickly: Mold needs only moisture, temperatures above 40 °F (4 °C), and organic material to survive. Mold can grow in 24-48 hours, preferring areas with no sunlight, limited airflow, and little disruption.
  • Mold destroys your home: Professional Builder Magazine warns that mold will dramatically lower the value of your home. A home worth $250,000 can easily have $100,000 in mold problems and will be difficult to sell at any price. Additionally, mold can lead to serious structural damage to your home. Learn more about how mold affects home value.
  • Cleaning visible mold is not enough: Mold can grow in fiberglass insulation, on top of ceiling tiles, inside ducts, behind drywall panels, in wall cavities, and behind wallpaper. Even when it's visible, it's often impossible (even for an expert) to tell the difference between mold, soot, and dirt without testing. The mold you can see is just the beginning, and some of it is extremely hard to find!
  • Bleach & detergent will not eliminate mold: Bleach and detergent are useful for removing mold on nonporous surfaces. However, materials such as ceiling tiles, carpeting, and wallboard will have deep mold penetration and may need to be replaced. Removed mold will regrow if all sources of moisture and humidity are not eliminated.
  • Mold cleaning is hazardous: It only takes 3-5 mold spores to cause an allergic reaction, and some molds contain mycotoxins that are carcinogenic or deadly. Vibrations and movement will cause mold to release their spores; it's easy to accidentally knock hundreds of thousands of spores loose from a single patch of mold! And that's just a drop in the bucket: Recent research has shown that up to one billion mold spores can be found in just one square foot of drywall!
  • Mold removal requires professional equipment and training: Mold removal experts have a variety of state-of-the-art equipment that they use to identify sources of moisture, to dry out wall cavities, and to safely remove mold that is growing in your home. Samples of mold may be analyzed in a laboratory to identify potentially toxic strains, and special cleaning agents may be used to restore property. While some contractors are jumping on the "mold is gold" bandwagon, it's important to find the established, trained, and equipped contractors that are committed to the industry for the long haul.

To Sum It Up: As Steven R. Silicato, writer for Buildings Magazine states, "Choosing the right remediation contractor could be the single most important decision an owner or manager makes -- one that could mean the difference between a successful cleanup or a negative outcome."

We have expert solutions to prevent & remove mold after a fire or flood

Mold & Mildew Alert in Connecticut & Southern Massachusetts!

Mold spores & health issues

People at high risk from mold spore exposure:

  • Individuals with asthma or allergies
  • Individuals taking medication
  • Pregnant women
  • Children 6-12 years-old
  • Infants

At CPM Environmental LLC, we offer certified, professional mold removal in CT, including Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Greenwich, Norwalk, Bridgeport, Norwich, Danbury, New Canaan, Darien, Cheshire, Madison, Torrington, West Hartford, Yonkers..

If your home is at risk of mold due to flood, we offer 24-hour emergency services, available every day of the year.

We can be there, on site, within just a few hours to help you dry out your home and prevent a potential mold growth issue right away.

We pride ourselves on our dedication to customer education, service, and our adherence to available national standards and best practices in indoor humidity control and mold removal.

Our experts are standing by to help you! For a free quote for mold removal or remediation, call us at 1-855-776-9482 or send us an e-mail today!

Looking for a price? Get a no cost, no obligation free estimate.

Serving CT & MA including the Greater Stamford area
Our Connecticut & Southern Massachusetts Service Area
Cities in Fairfield County, CT
Bethel
Botsford
Bridgeport
Brookfield
Cos Cob
Danbury
Darien
Easton
Fairfield
Georgetown
Greens Farms
Greenwich
Hawleyville
Monroe
New Canaan
New Fairfield
Newtown
Norwalk
Old Greenwich
Redding
Redding Center
Redding Ridge
Ridgefield
Riverside
Sandy Hook
Shelton
Sherman
Southport
Stamford
Stevenson
Stratford
Trumbull
Weston
Westport
Wilton

Cities in Hartford County, CT
Avon
Berlin
Bloomfield
Bristol
Broad Brook
Burlington
Canton
Canton Center
Collinsville
East Berlin
East Glastonbury
East Granby
East Hartford
East Hartland
East Windsor
East Windsor Hill
Enfield
Farmington
Glastonbury
Granby
Hartford
Manchester
Marion
Marlborough
Milldale
New Britain
Newington
North Canton
North Granby
Plainville
Plantsville
Poquonock
Rocky Hill
Simsbury
South Glastonbury
South Windsor
Southington
Suffield
Tariffville
Unionville
Weatogue
West Granby
West Hartford
West Hartland
West Simsbury
West Suffield
Wethersfield
Windsor
Windsor Locks

Cities in Litchfield County, CT
Bantam
Barkhamsted
Bethlehem
Bridgewater
Canaan
Colebrook
Cornwall
Cornwall Bridge
East Canaan
Falls Village
Gaylordsville
Goshen
Harwinton
Kent
Lakeside
Lakeville
Litchfield
Morris
New Hartford
New Milford
New Preston Marble Dale
Norfolk
Northfield
Oakville
Pequabuck
Pine Meadow
Plymouth
Riverton
Roxbury
Salisbury
Sharon
South Kent
Taconic
Terryville
Thomaston
Torrington
Washington
Washington Depot
Watertown
West Cornwall
Winchester Center
Winsted
Woodbury

Cities in Middlesex County, CT
Centerbrook
Chester
Clinton
Cobalt
Cromwell
Deep River
Durham
East Haddam
East Hampton
Essex
Haddam
Higganum
Ivoryton
Killingworth
Middle Haddam
Middlefield
Middletown
Moodus
Old Saybrook
Portland
Rockfall
Westbrook

Cities in New Haven County, CT
Ansonia
Beacon Falls
Bethany
Branford
Cheshire
Derby
East Haven
Guilford
Hamden
Madison
Meriden
Middlebury
Milford
Naugatuck
New Haven
North Branford
North Haven
Northford
Orange
Oxford
Prospect
Seymour
South Britain
Southbury
Wallingford
Waterbury
West Haven
Wolcott
Woodbridge

Cities in New London County, CT
Baltic
Bozrah
Colchester
East Lyme
Gales Ferry
Gilman
Groton
Hadlyme
Hanover
Jewett City
Lebanon
Ledyard
Mashantucket
Montville
Mystic
New London
Niantic
North Franklin
North Stonington
North Westchester
Norwich
Oakdale
Old Lyme
Old Mystic
Pawcatuck
Preston
Quaker Hill
Salem
South Lyme
Stonington
Taftville
Uncasville
Versailles
Voluntown
Waterford
West Mystic
Yantic

Cities in Tolland County, CT
Amston
Andover
Bolton
Columbia
Coventry
Ellington
Hebron
Mansfield Center
Mansfield Depot
Somers
Somersville
South Willington
Stafford
Stafford Springs
Staffordville
Storrs Mansfield
Tolland
Vernon Rockville
Willington

Cities in Windham County, CT
Abington
Ashford
Ballouville
Brooklyn
Canterbury
Central Village
Chaplin
Danielson
Dayville
East Killingly
East Woodstock
Eastford
Fabyan
Grosvenor Dale
Hampton
Moosup
North Grosvenordale
North Windham
Oneco
Plainfield
Pomfret
Pomfret Center
Putnam
Quinebaug
Rogers
Scotland
South Windham
South Woodstock
Sterling
Thompson
Wauregan
Willimantic
Windham
Woodstock
Woodstock Valley

Cities in Hampden County, MA
Agawam
East Longmeadow
Indian Orchard
Longmeadow
Springfield
West Springfield

Cities in Westchester County, NY
Amawalk
Ardsley
Ardsley On Hudson
Armonk
Baldwin Place
Bedford
Bedford Hills
Briarcliff Manor
Bronxville
Buchanan
Chappaqua
Cortlandt Manor
Crompond
Cross River
Croton Falls
Croton On Hudson
Dobbs Ferry
Eastchester
Elmsford
Goldens Bridge
Granite Springs
Harrison
Hartsdale
Hastings On Hudson
Hawthorne
Irvington
Jefferson Valley
Katonah
Larchmont
Lincolndale
Mamaroneck
Maryknoll
Millwood
Mohegan Lake
Montrose
Mount Kisco
Mount Vernon
New Rochelle
North Salem
Ossining
Peekskill
Pelham
Pleasantville
Port Chester
Pound Ridge
Purchase
Purdys
Rye
Scarsdale
Shenorock
Shrub Oak
Somers
South Salem
Tarrytown
Thornwood
Tuckahoe
Valhalla
Verplanck
Waccabuc
West Harrison
White Plains
Yonkers
Yorktown Heights

Our Locations:

CPM Environmental LLC
315 Riggs St.
Building A Unit 4
Oxford, CT 06478
1-203-446-5229
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