Luke Armstrong

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Name: Luke Armstrong
Date registered: November 18, 2016


Expert in emergency fire and water restoration services, fire cleanup and water damage cleanup, mold removal, as well as commercial and residential cleaning services, including carpet, upholstery and furniture cleaning. Contributor to several restoration and cleaning blogs.

Latest posts

  1. How to File an Insurance Claim for Fire and Smoke Damage — November 8, 2017
  2. Winterizing a House: How to Prepare for Winter — October 31, 2017
  3. Oil Furnace and Burner Puff Back Causes, Prevention, and Treatment — October 26, 2017
  4. How to Winterize a Gas Grill — October 25, 2017
  5. How to Help Someone After Unexpectedly Losing a Loved One — October 18, 2017

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How to Remove Mold from Carpet

When mold has affected your property, it’s not only dangerous to your building structure, it can pose a severe risk to your health. Depending on the location and how far it has spread, the cleanup job can be difficult as it may have spread to affect other areas without the property owner even noticing. But …

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Humidity Problems and Property Damages

Humidity problems can be the worst. While temperatures may not appear to be hot on the thermostat, the moisture in the air can make it feel 10x worse. Those who live in the Midwest are especially aware of these dreadful conditions as we are all blasting our air conditioning or are out at the pool …

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Hoarder or Not? The Difference between Hoarding and Clutter

The possession of material goods has been seen as a sign of prosperity and high social status for many centuries and in many cultures. Even though religions all around the world have always denounced the accumulation of material objects and advocated for modesty in housing, clothing, and food, only recently has the concept of minimalism …

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Is Flood Insurance Included in Homeowner’s Insurance?

Other than property fires, experiencing a flood can be one of the most stressful problems for home owners. All porous materials, including wood, drywall, and fabrics will quickly sustain permanent damage if they are not treated by a flood cleanup professional. In addition, your contents can also become ruined without treatment. Although water damage restoration …

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Pet Fire Safety Tips

According to the United States Fire Administration, about 500,000 pets are affected by home fires each year, with about 1,000 of them accidentally started by pets themselves. Due to the numerous sources that can contribute to this natural disaster, it is extremely important to realize the risks you are taking by leaving your pets at …

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How to Dry Wet Carpet

There is nothing fun about having a wet carpet, especially when getting feet and socks wet when stepping in it. To make matters even worse, the combination of water, carpet fibers, padding, and baseboards provide the perfect environment for mold to develop. While you may not notice it at first, it can spread to cause …

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Fixing Water Damaged Ceiling: Water Restoration

Especially if it is in an open area, a ceiling with a patch of water damage can really detract from the aesthetics of an entire room. If there are multiple spots in a commercial building, it can impact the first impression of a customer or client. But many property owners shy away from the hassle …

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What Home Inspectors Look For

It can be exciting to start a new chapter in life when putting your house up for sale. But what many first-time home owners do not realize is that there are many processes, requirements, and hidden costs that come along with putting the house on the market and hiring a real estate agent. One example …

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How to Prevent and Clean Mold on Your Home’s Siding

You know to keep an eye on the humidity levels in your home to prevent mold growth, but did you know the siding on your exterior can be a breeding ground too? Mold on siding is not only ugly, but it can seep through into the interior of your home, especially if there is no …

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How to Identify, Remove, and Prevent Mold In Carpet

As many of us are already aware, mold is a fungus that grows naturally in the environment and feeds off of organic substances such as trees, moss, and decomposing organisms. Unfortunately, your building materials also serve as a perfect host to give this unwelcome guest a home. Among these include wood, drywall, cement, particleboard, and …

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