5 Things To Do Before Monsoon Hits Your Home

Who does not like the monsoon season? We love to hear the sound of the rainfall and the cool breeze it brings with it. This season is heartily welcomed by all. Though monsoon brings enjoyable weather, but it also causes some problems in our home. Hence we need to take preventive measures to keep our home fine and our lives healthy and active.

1. Clear the gutters properly

Before the advent of monsoon, you should focus on your home drainage. If needed, call experts of drainage solutions and they will handle issues carefully and can put an effective material that can protect to our water ways. During this season keep all the gutters properly cleaned so that the water does not get stuck in the gutters due to non-cleaning of the refuse and debris.

Keep a regular check of the gutters so that rubbish and wastes are thoroughly cleaned and do not remain stuck in the drains. If the gutters are not cleaned regularly, then debris will create blockade and rainwater will not get outlet to move freely. This situation creates numerous problems. Hiring drainage solutions will prove useful.

2. Check the roof and wall leaks

Make sure that the roofs and terrace floors do not have cracks and splits. These splits should be repaired carefully before the monsoon season arrives. Apply waterproof coverings after the primary repairs, so that the gaps are filled properly. The debris should be removed from the water pipes so that no blockage is caused for the rainwater to pass through. The leakage of the walls should be repaired too; otherwise if water starts soaking in the wall cracks then the walls will get damaged.

3. Proper ventilation required

Install proper ventilators in the house so that dampness is not caused in the rainy season. Keep away from dampness so that your family’s health is not affected. Dampness and stagnant water creates mosquitoes and other insects, which will subject you and your family to various diseases. Proper ventilation will keep ailments out from your house and moreover you will enjoy the cool monsoon breeze. Make cross ventilation so that the air flows without any hindrance.

4. Check all electrical fittings

Call the electrician to check all the electrical wirings and fittings of the house. Loose and damaged electrical wirings causes short-circuit which could turn out to be fatal.

5. Obliterate termite invasion

These menaces are awful and should be terminated with war footing. They develop in moist woods and completely wreck the wood. Moreover, it starts infecting the walls if they are moist. Make sure that the termites do not attack the wooden frames of the doors and windows. Before monsoon arrives, apply the wooden doors and window frames with anti-termite oil.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 at 11:09 pm and is filed under Industrial Services.

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