We offer mold remediation Baltimore MD services in the mainland and surrounding neighborhoods. Over the years, we have built a positive reputation in the greater Baltimore area among our clients. We strive to provide high-quality and honest workmanship.
Our reputation is the base of our business, and we work hard every day to maintain it through bettering ourselves as a company and servicing our clients.
Being an esteemed Baltimore mold removal company, we offer a wide range of services, such as mold removal, mold remediation, mold testing, mold inspection, and many more. If you want to learn more about our mold remediation Baltimore Maryland or any other service, give us a call.
You can also request quotes for your home improvement tasks. One of our specialists will be happy to assist you. So, if you have any mold removal Baltimore needs, contact us through call.
City of Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore County is the third-most populous county in the U.S. state of Maryland and is part of the Baltimore metropolitan area. Baltimore County (which surrounds, though does not cover, the City of Baltimore) is part of the Northeast megalopolis, which stretches from Northern Virginia northward to Boston. Baltimore County hosts a diversified economy, with particular emphasis on education, government, and health care.
The county is home to multiple universities, including Goucher College, Stevenson University (formerly Villa Julie College), Towson University, and University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
The name “Baltimore” derives from Cecil Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore (1605–1675), the proprietor of the new colony in the Province of Maryland, and the town of Baltimore in County Cork, Ireland. The earliest known documentary record of the county is dated January 12, 1659, when a writ was issued on behalf of the General Assembly of Maryland to its sheriff. The official founding of the county came in 1659, among the now 23 counties of the State of Maryland. This assumes that a certain amount of organization and appointments in the mid-17th century had already occurred. Previously, (old) Baltimore County was known more as a geographical entity than a political one, with its territorial limits including most of northeastern Maryland, which was then the northwestern frontier of the Province and included the present-day jurisdictions of Baltimore City, Cecil and Harford Counties, as well as parts of Carroll, Anne Arundel, Frederick, Howard and Kent Counties.
In 1674, a proclamation of the Proprietor established the then-extensive boundary lines for old Baltimore County. Over the next century, various segments of the old county were sliced off as population and settlements increased in fringe regions. A portion of northeastern Baltimore County, as well as a portion of northwestern Kent County, was split off to create Cecil County. In 1748, a portion of western Baltimore County, as well as a portion of Prince George’s County to the south, were split off to create Frederick County. In 1773, Harford County to the east was split off, and in 1837 another part of western Baltimore County was combined with a part of eastern Frederick County to create Carroll County. After the adjustment of Baltimore County’s southern boundary with Anne Arundel County, stated to be the upper Middle and Western Branches of the Patapsco River in 1727, a portion of the county’s northwestern area was designated in 1838 as the “Western District” or “Howard District” of Arundel and in 1851 was officially separated to form Howard County. Before 1674, Baltimore County court sessions were held in private residences, according to sketchy documentary evidence. In 1674, the General Assembly passed “An Act for erecting a Court-house and Prison in each County within this Province”. The site of the courthouse, jail and county seat for Baltimore County was evidently “Old Baltimore” near the Bush River on land that in 1773 became part of Harford County.
- Area: 1,766 km²
- Local Time:
- Weather: 25°C, Wind W at 11 km/h, 82% Humidity
- Population: 827,370 (2019)