Prepare Your Garden for The Summer

It’s easy to neglect your garden over the winter and spring, especially when bad weather or rain make it impossible to get out there and mow the lawn or do planting. Garden restoration can be a tough task to get it back to a manageable condition, but if you put...

A Quick Guide to Window Restoration

Windows are often quick to be neglected as they can be taken for granted as they are part and parcel of a home. Windows provide light and a view to your home. Keeping your windows in check will mean better energy bills and a sense of calm when you can...

Roof damaged? Do you need to repair, patch, or replace it?

A roof on a home or office is one of those things that you can take for granted, until weather, neglect or general tear and wear can disrupt it and cause damage that is costly and dangerous to the home. Keep on top of your roof to avoid any damage...

Preventing Mold In Your Home This Spring

MOLD IN MARCH March is the first month of the new season and everyone is eager to get spring cleaning. March can be the peak of mold season because of the warmer temperatures and light. However, once you start cleaning you might come across dreaded mold build up from the...

Tips To Deep Clean Your Home

Now that the holiday season is out of the way you probably feel like you want to start the new year off to a clear start with deep cleaning your home. If you can start with the basics then you can call in ZGreen Restoration for any professional cleaning, hard...

How To Protect Your Home This Winter

Last month we covered how to prevent water damage to your home so this month we are looking at ways to protect your home from the elements so that you can relax and enjoy the holiday without having any emergencies or costly problems. Fire Safety: Fire is a big hazard...

How to Prevent Water Damage this Winter

The coming winter months will bring increased water damage risks to your home. Winter is often cold, wet and can also bring snow and frost. Have a trouble-free home this Christmas by checking your home and proofing it for the winter. Check your water pipes: You should check your home for...

What To Do After A Natural Disaster

Last month we discussed how to help your home in a natural disaster by preventing and fixing elements in your home or business before a disaster would strike. As Hurricane Ida is still seeing an aftermath of restoration and damage to many buildings and homes, we wanted to follow up...

Everything You Need to Know to Prepare for Natural Disasters and Extreme Weather

With Hurricane Ida still firmly in our minds, with the aftermath in Louisiana, we give our thoughts and prayers to those who were affected. The California/FEMA US&R Task Force are currently doing an amazing task, being deployed to Louisiana, with participation from several surrounding fire agencies. The “Type 3” task...