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StopMold offers free estimates with compassion to put your needs first. Simply fill out this simple online request form and one of our IICRC certified project managers will contact you directly to discuss your situation.
We offer professional service for mold removal/remediation, reconstruction projects of all types, basement waterproofing, foundation crack repair, and concrete pouring/paving.

    We are StopMold. A full-scale restoration company ready to meet with you for a one-on-one consultation to assess your project. With a background of more than seventy years in the contracting field, our owners and management team bring experience to your job unmatched by any other organization. Last year alone, we were able to respond and assist close to 1,000 clients in the greater Baltimore area.

    Foundation Restoration Specialists, Inc., the parent company of StopMold and StopLeak – founded in Baltimore, and still operating out of Baltimore with the same team of ownership nearly 70 years later. We recognized that we were consistently running into mold on majority of our waterproofing projects; to better service our clients from start to finish – we made the decision to add a new division to our company; StopMold.

    Since the establishment of StopMold, we’ve exploded in the Baltimore area. Offering business and residential clients expert service in all areas of mold remediation and full reconstruction services.

    StopMold is an IICRC Certified Firm and is under direct management of IICRC certified personnel.

    StopMold offers clients in the greater Baltimore area IICRC certified expert project management for any size project – small and large. Our experienced team of IICRC trained project managers, foreman, and technicians will quickly and efficiently respond to your needs; bringing our broad range of expertise to your front door. We service clients impacted from mold growth which may have resulted from losses such as: water intrusion, foundation cracking, flooding, and various other scenarios conducive for mold growth.

    We are an AngiesList 8-time Super Service Award Winner, and we hold an A+ rating with the BBB, but most importantly – we hold the prestigious title of being an IICRC Certified Firm. Click the button below for more info on why it’s important to be a certified firm.
    IICRC Certified
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We are experts at all variations of residential mold remediation and reconstruction.


We work with all levels of property management to resolve even the most complex issues.
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Our years of experience allows us to develop a unique plan for remediation, focused on keeping your facility and business moving.


After remediation, our skillful and professional team restores your environment back to it's original condition.
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    Our team has years of experience in containing every form of mold properly. Containing mold is the first and most important step in proper remediation


    StopMold utilizes the latest cutting edge techniques and tools to remove mold at the sour


    After measuring the severity of your mold issue, we provide the exact treatment using proven solutions to ensure your mold issue is cured.


    It is important to identify which type of mold is present in your property. Knowing the specific species of mold along with the associated spore levels allows us to build the most effective remediation plan possible.


    It’s important to identify the severity of airborne spores within the property. Knowing the concentration levels found in the air is the most accurate method to develop a full understanding of all affected areas within the property.


    Evaluating the potential source of mold, acknowledging any potential health implications, along with ensuring the infestation is addressed in its entirety on a microscopic level. StopMold highly recommends use of a third party testing firm to assess the property from an unbiased point of view. If requested, we are happy to offer a referral to a trusted inspection firm based strictly on exceptional reviews from past clients.


    Having your property tested for the presence of mold should also be comprised of a thorough visual inspection of areas that mold is likely to grow and should be conducted by a trained professional.


    Professional drywall is an investment that pays for itself. Don’t hire unscrupulous sub-contractors... StopMold does top notch Residential, Commercial and Industrial Drywall installation


    From routine carpet repairs to complicated multi-floor construction projects, StopMold has full capabilities to deliver quality flooring


    Remediation or reconstruction needed in your bathroom areas? We've got you covered.


This is a showcase of our work in mold remediation.


This is a showcase of our work in reconstruction.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you test for mold

We do not test for mold due to the conflict of interest associated with performing the
remediation and assessing the samples. There are some restoration companies who
perform pre-testing, conduct their mold remediation, and perform their own clearance
testing – which begs the question of whether they operate a business in an ethical
manner. The conflict of interest associated with the ability to falsify results is
noteworthy – as such, we adhere to the highest ethical standards and practice total
transparency to keep the process unbiased and free of potential conflicts.

Can you give me an estimate without coming to my property?

Unfortunately, we cannot. There are many attributing factors which play a role in the
price of a remediation; to offer our clients the most accurate price possible we must
visit the property and conduct a visual assessment to determine the extent of the

Do you guarantee your work?

We guarantee to professionally re-mediate your project and bring the conditions back to
what’s considered normal and healthy ecological conditions - thus guaranteeing the
property to pass post-remediation verification (clearance testing/air testing) by a firm of
your choice.
It is impossible to guarantee with absolute certainty your job will pass clearance testing
on the first try due to the nature of mold itself – it is an invisible enemy. On infrequent
occasions, there are times when additional remediation efforts are needed to achieve
the goal of restoring your property to healthy living conditions. If we do not pass a
clearance test on the first try, we honor our guarantee with the following:

1.) We will return to the property, at our expense, to treat any areas which may
need further remediation (within the realm of your original scope of work)

2.) We also pay the cost for any subsequent clearance testing associated with
additional remediation efforts needed to bring the property back to healthy
living conditions.

Are the occupants of the property at risk?

The only way to determine if there is a significant health risk is to have pre-testing done
at the property which will scientifically determine the specific type(s) of mold present
along with any associated airborne spore levels – using these details, the inspection firm
will be able to determine whether the area poses a health concern.

Are we required to do post-remediation clearance testing?

You are not required to conduct clearance testing. We always suggest having it done
because it allows a third-party unbiased authority to “grade” our work and determine if
the job was a success. Without post-remediation verification, there is no definitive way
to scientifically guarantee the project has been returned back to healthy living

How quickly can mold grow?

In ideal conditions, mold can begin to grow in as little as 48 hours. There are many
factors such as humidity (moisture), food source, and temperature which play a role in
the ability for mold to flourish.

➤ Hydrophobic (water-fearing) genres of mold tend to grow in drier environments
(55-60% RH) and begin to flourish in 48 hours under ideal conditions.

➤ Hydrophilic (water-loving) genres of mold tend to take longer to grow (10-14
days) and require an extremely wet environment which is also abundant with
organic materials that are rich in cellulose.

Why was there no evidence of mold last week, and now it’s all over?

Mold can grow rapidly under the right conditions; depending on the specifics of your
property, it’s likely that the area in question meets all the criteria for rapid growth.
Contact us today to set an appointment with a project manager so we can obtain a
better understanding of the situation and prepare a plan to eliminate the problem and
prevent secondary damage from occurring.

Where did the mold come from?

Mold will always be found outdoors at any given time – it is one of the oldest organisms
on the planet. It is not unhealthy to have mold present in levels similar to what would
be found outside. Mold becomes a problem when the levels are elevated beyond what
would be considered a normal and healthy ecological environment (condition 1) – this
can happen if you have a humidity issue in your home, or if you’ve suffered from a flood
which caused building materials such as drywall or wood to be saturated.

Is the mold in my property toxic?

All mold is considered to be toxic in highly elevated concentration levels; determining
the type of mold present in your home, the airborne spore levels, and whether there is
an immediate health concern is done by contacting a third-party mold inspection firm.
We can provide a referral if needed, but we do not conduct testing (see FAQ titled “Do
you test for mold?”)

Do we have to vacate the premises while your performing the remediation?

In most cases, no. Once we inspect the property, we will be able to determine what
steps are needed for remediation. Inside the containment zone of the remediation, we
cannot have traffic going in-and-out due to negative air pressurization inside. Breaking
the containment barrier can cause unaffected areas to become contaminated and can
reduce the effectiveness of the equipment. Your project manager will discuss more
detailed specifics of your project upon inspection.

What will the living conditions be like during the remediation?

They can range from being extremely non-intrusive, or in extreme cases require vacating
the home. The severity of mold in a property is on a case by case basis and is
unpredictable prior to inspecting the property. Majority of the time, we are able to
work around occupants living in the home and avoid displacement – however,
depending on the location within the property undergoing the remediation...there is
always a chance of intrusive living conditions, or complete displacement during the

Are the chemicals you’ll be using harmful?

Benefact is the antimicrobial used by our company, it is 100% botanical, non-toxic to
humans or animals, and is effective in killing 99.99% of germs, mold, and fungi.
Benefact is derived from a revolutionary blend of antimicrobial extracts found in plants
and is comprised entirely using only food-grade plant extracts.

What is the significance of being an IICRC certified firm?

“Just as any professional performs at a higher level of competency in their fields, IICRC
Certified Technicians set themselves apart through training, experience, and comprehensive
examination. The examinations consist of the successful completion of one or more of the 28
certification courses available.

When you see an IICRC logo, you can be confident that an IICRC-certified experienced,
qualified professional is caring for your valuable property. IICRC Certified Firms employ
technicians who, after study, field experience and passing comprehensive exams, have
received IICRC Certifications in specific cleaning, restoration and inspection categories such
as upholstery, wood flooring, stone and tile flooring, carpet cleaning, odor removal, mold
remediation, water damage, fire damage restoration and more.

Certified Firms are the only cleaning, restoration and inspection companies listed in
the IICRC locator. They also promise to adhere to the IICRC Code of Ethics, be current in
their business insurance and licensee requirements, and can proudly display the IICRC logo
on their company website and vehicles.”– (https://iicrc.site-ym.com/page/IICRCHireCertFirm)

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Positions Available

We're always looking for top talent in the mold removal and restoration fields. Below are some of our current open positions.


Must have active IICRC certifications in either water damage, mold remediation, fire damage restoration, or other fields specific to the restoration industry. Also must possess a valid driver license and reliable transportation.


Must be able to safely perform various forms of manual labor, have a flexible schedule (also must be available for after-hour on call shifts when needed), and reliable transportation.
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