Commercial Mold Remediation in Farmington
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Farmington was initially settled in 1640 by English immigrants. The rich floodplain soil was excellent for farming, hence the name Farmington. The town was incorporated in 1645 and expanded several times to include other nearby hamlets. There is lots of New England history on Main street, with colonial estate homes dating back to the 17th century.
As of 2010, 25,000 people lived in the town. The town has prospered over the years with a vibrant and diverse economy. Several significant companies call Farmington their home, including:
- United Technologies and subsidiary Otis Elevator
- University of Connecticut Health Center
- Farmington Displays
- Horizon Technology Finance
- Other notable employers include – American Red Cross, Bank of America, and more
Attractions in the Farmington Area
There are many attractions in and around Farmington. Several are listed as follows:
- Hill-Stead Museum
- Winding Trails
- Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
- Stanley-Whitman House
- Rattlesnake Mountain
- Farmington River Trail
- Shopping at Westfarms Mall
- Golf, Brew Pubs, and Restaurants
The home was built in 1901 for industrialist Alfred Pope. This colonial revival house has 19 rooms open to the public displayed as they were in 1946. There are many furnishings and impressionist art in the museum. Many famous artists are represented, such as Monet, Degas, Manet, and many more.
Farmington Canal Heritage Trail
Connecticut trade was initially served by a canal, overtaken by the steam engine, and later replaced by modern transportation. By 2019, local governments had converted 58 miles of old railroad bed and canal towpaths to walking and cycling trails. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy historic buildings, canal locks, and other landmarks as they travel on the trail system. These trails interconnect with many other trail systems within the state as well as interstate routes.
The Stanley-Whitman house is open to the public; it is one of the oldest homes in the area. Built around 1720, visitors can enjoy period furnishings, leaded windows, and learn about life in colonial times.
Rising 230 meters, visitors can enjoy scenic views for many miles across western Connecticut. Access to the trail leading up the mountain is from the Blue-Blazed Metacomet trail. Hikers should be aware the top of the mountain has a micro-climate.
Farmington River Trail
Located along the Farmington River banks, the trail is 18.2 miles long and paved, and ideal for anyone wanting to enjoy the scenic outdoors. Walking, cycling, skating, and jogging are popular pass times. The trail links with the Farmington Canal Heritage trail at Farmington and Simsbury.
Request a Mold Remediation Assessment
Many commercial buildings lack adequate ventilation. Add warm dark corners and some moisture, and you have the perfect conditions for a mold infestation. Commercial building property managers who suspect there may be a problem with mold can arrange for an assessment.
SERVPRO will review your building and provide mold remediation if needed in commercial Farmington buildings. Severe mold infestations may require:
- Indoor Quality Experts and
- Indoor Environmental professionals
for an expert opinion regarding the appropriate protocols to follow during remediation.
They can also perform clearance tests and inspections once the mold remediation protocols are completed. Our team can work closely with your building manager, the experts, and your insurance company, following all protocol recommendations to remove mold.
Contact SERVPRO of The Farmington Valley for mold remediation service to Farmington and surrounding areas. We can help 24/7. Call (860) 675-4500.