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. Restoring Fire and Smoke Damage in the Kitchen — October 22, 2019
  2. Appliances that Commonly Experience Mold Growth — October 16, 2019
  3. Mold Allergies: Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment — April 25, 2019
  4. How Homeowners Insurance Covers Mold — April 23, 2019
  5. Prevent Water Damage by Keeping Your Home’s Gutters Clean and Repaired — March 26, 2019

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Restoring Fire and Smoke Damage in the Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the most aesthetic and active areas of the home. It’s a place to entertain, cook, and even eat for some families. This room is essentially the heart of all homes, which is why a fire in this area can be the most devastating. Even small fires in one area of …

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Appliances that Commonly Experience Mold Growth

Many property owners may not realize it, but mold is everywhere, growing in all places where moisture is present. The reason they don’t know it is because the mold spores are too small to see. While minimal amounts of mold may not be enough to trigger health issues, high humidity levels allow for the spores …

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Mold Allergies: Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment

Mold spores run rampant throughout the natural environment. Decayed leaves, rotting tree stumps, and various other natural debris are consumed by mold spores in the great outdoors. The moment mold spores latch on to indoor surfaces, people with mold allergies begin to adversely react. What is a Mold Allergy? Mold spores are present everywhere, indoors …

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How Homeowners Insurance Covers Mold

When you find mold growing in your home, it is a concerning issue for a variety of reasons. Exposure to mold can cause people to suffer from health problems, such as allergies and infections. Prolonged exposure always increases the risk of these health effects and can make them worse. If there’s mold growth in your …

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Prevent Water Damage by Keeping Your Home’s Gutters Clean and Repaired

The welcome, warmer climate of spring brings with it torrential rain. Springtime downpours fall straight into a home’s gutter systems, making a clean gutter essential. The balmy temperatures of spring allow homeowners to ascend to their rooftops and bring down the host of debris that has accumulated along the gutter throughout the frosty winter. A …

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How to Thaw a Frozen Septic Line

Septic lines are most often found in rural areas. When your winter cabin, for instance, is located out in the woods, the septic line is responsible for treating wastewater from the cabin’s bathrooms, laundry, and kitchen drains. In the countryside, centralized sewer systems are uncommon, giving the septic line importance. The septic line in a …

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How to Clean Your Washing Machine and Dryer

As your clothes whirl around the washing machine, your trusty appliance puts your clothes through the ringer. An essential household unit, the washing machine dutifully breathes new life into your garb and adds a fresh scent to newly laundered apparel. The dryer has an equal importance in your home, completing the other half of the …

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How to Safely Remove Snow from the Roof

Chances are your roof will probably not cave in from snow, but it is heavy and can cause significant water damage given the right conditions. It can also slide off if the roof is sloped and cause serious injuries to anyone standing in the wrong place at the wrong time. So to avoid the risk …

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What Causes Water Stains Near the Air Vents?


Water stains around the air vents are a common household issue. Homes in warmer climes (imagine Floridian weather or Southwestern temps), experience this phenomenon more frequently than abodes in cooler areas. While the problem leaves some homeowners scratching their heads, water stains surrounding the air vents can be easily explained and effectively resolved. Moisture is …

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Prepare for the Winter with These Furnace Maintenance Tips

With the winter season approaching, your furnace will soon be put to work, heating your home to provide you and your family with a comfortable, cozy environment to live in. Before the winter arrives and you start putting your furnace to heavy use, it is essential to check that it functions correctly. Otherwise, you’ll risk …

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