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Does Monsoon worry your Home? Some Home Decor tips to Fight Monsoon

With monsoon, many worries also intrude and among them, taking care of your home occupies the front row. If you do not take good care of your home from the damages that the monsoon can cause, you would surely regret it sooner or later. Most of the home furnishing stores would certainly help with insights to this. If you do have any idea on how to go about it, here are some points that will help you to take care of most common problems associated with monsoon and your home. Most of the décor furnishing stores would advise you on the same as well.

Check for leaks and cracks

Buy Carpet in VelvetLeakages are the most common problem faced by most people during the monsoon and hence it would be an excellent idea to check for any cracks on your roof before the monsoon hits. Once the rain starts, checking for the same and addressing the issue would become impossible. If you are able to find any cracks, call for expert advice and then seal them if needed. Seepage is also a common problem and the same can be sealed white cement. Preferably, expert help is always a good idea. Taking care of seepage takes precedence over the others as it can cause serious damage to the entire decor furnishing articles.

Take care of electric wiring and fittings

An important area that needs extra special care is the wiring of your house. Before the monsoon starts, call for a qualified electrician and have him check for any issues with the existing wiring. Any damaged cords needs to be replaced with new and certified cords. Always prefer multilayered wires.

Take care of carpets and rugs

Taking care of carpets is a hard job to do in the monsoon. Make sure that you carefully vacuum the rugs and carpets regularly with cleaners. This will help not only to prevent he carpets from wear and tear but also saves it from the musty smell. You can surely ask for support from the merchant where you have bought the carpets or call the support if you have purchased the carpets online India.

Never miss the wooden flooring

Buy Floor Rug OnlineWooden flooring is something you cannot afford to miss to take care of during the monsoon. The wood tends to swell with moisture and make them warp. Avoid this by waxing or polishing them properly to keep them away from moisture.


Never forget to ventilate your house

Make sure that every room has enough ventilation that lets free flow of air. This is important as less ventilation means less airflow and it can cause health issues and dampness inside the house.

Watch out for pests

Controlling pests is a near impossible job that you have to commit yourself during the monsoon. You need to have a proactive approach towards controlling pests during the monsoon. It is advised that you check for termites and other pests in your homes vicinity. Call for professional help if you think that pests will cause you trouble in the future.

Taking care of your home during the monsoon asks for great care and being proactive. Every step to safeguard your home from the threat of monsoon has to begin even before the rains. A well-planned effort to take care of your home works better than an ad-hoc plan.

 

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