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Yes, monsoons are almost here. The season where you can sit in the balcony with a cup of hot tea and watch the raindrops kiss the mother earth.  It’s time to enjoy those gentle drops of rain that relieve us from this stifling sun. So are you ready for monsoons? I’m sure you personally are but is your home as ready as you are?
 
It is very important to safeguard your house from the moisture and humidity while the monsoons are around to ensure that you don’t end up needing major repairs soon.
Refer to this guide, so you can protect your home from monsoons.
 
Water leakages:
 
Keep a check of cracks in walls and ceilings which leads to water seeping from outside and later leads to fungal growth which I’m sure you don’t like.  As a wise man once said,  prevention is better than cure, to protect walls from damage apply good quality coat of paint and sealant or if possible add a coat of water proofer on external side of the house so that you can safeguard your house.
 
Check water pipelines:
 
Make sure that all the pipes are free from cracks and if you spot any of them seal it as soon as possible. Also make sure that the pipes are not clogged with any dust or waste.
 
Say no to termites!!
 
Generally termites are grown in moist and humid environment. Keep a note of your furniture and wooden belongings are properly polished so no fungus makes their den on your belongings.
 
Protect your clothes:
 
Air dry your clothes in sunny days whenever possible. This keeps clothes fresh. Keep silica packets in your wardrobe to combat moisture. There is an organic approach too, you can use camphor pills, neem leaves or sprinkling some cloves in between the clothes.
 
Save the wooden doors:
 
Use sandpaper to scale down the swelling of the wooden doors, cabinet and wooden furniture. As monsoons are likely to swell the wooden furniture. Also oiling will prevent your wooden door and furniture from swelling and wax will protect hardwood from excess moisture.
 
Keep a check on Electrical fittings:
 
Repair damaged fittings, loose wires and broken electrical appliances. Sort all the unattended open wires, as it can give you a nasty shock.  Better take a help from the professional electrician before onset of the monsoon.
 
General tips:
 
  • Make sure that there is no water accumulated in your surrounding or in any pots or vessels, this lends to breeding mosquitoes causing malaria and dengue.
  • Ensure there is cross-ventilation in the house. Use air-conditioners or dehumidifier to keep your house moist free. But if you don’t have any of it, use the nature sunlight in monsoon days to get rid of the moist in the room.
  • Postpone all the renovation work of your house till monsoons are over. If you decide to paint your house, the paint may not dry well due to moisture in the air which will lead to lesser lifespan of your renovations.
  • In rainy season, the carpets are prone to getting smelly and damaged. So the best way is to roll them and keep it in a dry place till monsoons.  In case they are made of silk or any other expensive materials use silicon bags and roll it up. If in any case, it is not possible to roll up the carpets and rugs make sure that it does not get wet.  
Shield your home with these tips this monsoons and thank me later. 
Happy Monsoons!!

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