Luke Armstrong

Author's details

Name: Luke Armstrong
Date registered: November 18, 2016
URL: https://plus.google.com/+CleanMasterPro

Biography

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. Does Homeowner’s Insurance Cover Water Damage? — December 15, 2017
  2. Christmas Tree Fire Safety Tips — December 7, 2017
  3. Reasons for a High Water Bill — November 29, 2017
  4. How to Prevent Mold in the Winter — November 22, 2017
  5. How to Prevent Smoke from Coming Out of the Fireplace — November 21, 2017

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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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How to Clean and Restore Your Office Equipment After a Fire

Experiencing an office fire can be devastating for your business because of the vast destruction it can cause to your property and equipment.  Offices contain plenty of electronic equipment such as computers, phones, copy machines, fax machines, and others that can become damaged by fire, smoke, and soot.  Even if the fire was contained to …

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How to Clean Fire Damaged Jewelry

It can certainly be traumatic to discover that your precious jewelry has been severely damaged in a house fire. Even if they do not have high monetary value, some may have been passed down by generations, making them almost impossible to replace. However, the majority of these types of metals and stones have a considerably …

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Office Cleaning Tips to Prepare your Business for the Summer

Spring cleaning is not something that should only be done in your home, your office can also benefit from good cleaning before the summer arrives.  During the winter, many companies devote less time and effort to office cleaning which allows dirt, dust, and other debris to build up.  Now that the weather is improving, it …

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How to Look for Mold Before Buying a Home

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Looking for a new home is an exciting venture, especially if you are a first-time home buyer.  The feeling you get when you find the right home is amazing, but you must stop yourself from getting too excited until you give the home a thorough inspection.  One of the biggest issues you should check for …

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How to Repair Fire Damaged Clothing

Nothing can be scarier than experiencing a fire within your home. As you work with your insurance agent to have as many belongings and building materials replaced as possible, keep in mind that some items can be restored to their original conditions. Depending on the degree of damage and amount of time elapsed before treatment, …

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