A monsoon season is a seasonal change that brings cold breezes and provides us relief from heat waves but it also damages our houses because of wet air, therefore by making different changes recommended by interior designer, than we save our houses from damage that occur during the monsoon season
First of all, we start with the changes in the exterior part of our house because this is a portion that is directly subjected to the rainwater due to which potential leakage makes an entry to enter inside the home. In the rainy season, wetness increase in the soil and comes above the ground .
Therefore, this wetness leaks through the ground and produces a moist spot on the interior walls. Besides the fact that these moist spot cause a bad impact on the health of your homes, these moist spots make the house smelly, cool, and dampish and call bacteria and fungi
Check out drains
Firstly, you should have to examine cracks or damage that may be viewable on the exterior walls and then fix it just at that moment. Another efficient way to stop seepage, the useful way is to use water-proof paints on the exterior and also interior walls.
After a long time, you would have to re-paint the walls. landlords of the house with plenty of areas should make sure that there is no leakage and blockage of drains in case of rainstorms and that the rainwater can clear freely.
Check electric wiring and electric connection
First of all, you should have to check any open and disregarded wires in home, then settle down these problems on a seniority basis.
During monsoon season, there is a great risk of short circuits from such open and disregarded wires. Due to this, it is very important to fix these problems. If there are children at home then it is very to fix these problems quickly.
Electric switches and wires must be secured and protected from getting wet. And also make sure to get unattached wires, and damaged switches and also solve other problems. If electrical connections and electrical boards are in the portion where water entered, then protect it completely with waterproof boxes.
Protect wooden furniture
Wooden furniture and other wooden things in the house and offices tend to act negatively against wetness and stickiness, which generally occur in the monsoon season. In order to make your valuable articles of furniture leave their shape and structure, these states would make them unprotected from pests and termites
Clean carpet and rugs regularly
Monsoon season is not time to show off your elegant, lovely, and beautiful designer furniture and drapery, for the simple reason that this season is a sign moisture may fragile damage your expensive and unique carpets and rugs.
Additionally, your dirty feet, dust particle, and mustiness in the moist air can mess with designer carpets and rugs. So, the best way to prevent this situation is to bundle up and place them in a plastic cover or sheet to secure them from the bad effects of this season.
The best step is to replace these carpets and rugs with threadlike, inexpensive, and easy-to-clean rugs or carpets that are best for monsoon season. Many suitable choices include bamboo mats or clamminess-safe acrylic rugs for the floors.
As well, use foot floor covering at your doorstep to secure that dust particles or mud are placed in their right place which is outside the doors and from the house. This is very important to prepare your house for the monsoon season.