Is your home safe for yourself and your loved ones? Read on to learn about some often ignored trouble spots around your home and easy solutions to keep it clean and germ-free!
How do you tell facts from gibberish? From real solutions to jugadu-kaam that somehow always requires constant upkeep and maintenance? Read the blog to find out!
We love the pitter-patter of raindrops on the window but what if we saw them falling right through our ceiling inside our house? It would certainly give us a scare, wouldn’t it? Well, turns out, water has an ability to seep into home walls, and the first signs of this can be noticed only when it is late, causing wall dampness and leakages. Hence, it is always recommended to get your walls waterproofed in the start; since prevention is always better than cure. Like we promised, only science-backed facts, no gibberish here!
The monsoon season is particularly unique in our part of the world. India faces months of lashing winds and torrential rains, with continual wetness and dampness. This brings a set of unique problems for homeowners- leaks, peeling paint, foul odour, damage, pests are a common sight. Your home is a safe haven that protects you from the dangers of the world, regular upkeep is all the more important, especially during unforgiving Indian monsoons.
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in unimaginable ways. As we remain confined to our homes and spend extended time indoors, most of us have been contemplating home improvement projects, perhaps spending so much time at home has inspired us like never before. And now with the festive season around the corner, the itch for a home makeover and renovation is undeniable.
No matter how much time you spend choosing the perfect couch for your living room, if you want your home to make a good first impression, you have to start before your guests walk in through the main door. If you are aiming to increase your home’s value, you may be inadvertently influencing what people think about your home when they look at it.
Most of us dread the process of cleaning our house. But it is very important to keep our living space clean and hygienic, more so with growing concerns of safety and cleanliness during the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, living with family members in a confined space for an extended time can further increase the risk of catching infections.
We, at Berger Paints India, have always kept a finger on the pulse of our customers. We have anticipated our customers’ needs, gathering from collective feedback to deliver a memorable experience. This, in turn, has helped us evolve over the years. We are constantly growing and spreading our wings in a continuously changing marketing landscape to keep up with the times.
COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of people globally. With a strict lockdown in most countries to contain the spread of the virus, business and economy have been disrupted. The true impact of the virus attack is unfathomable, with most industries coming to a screaming halt and the catastrophe turning the world upside down.
If you resort to cranking up the air conditioning to cope with the sweltering summer heat, you are alone. In fact, going by some reports, India’s cooling energy consumption is said to grow around 2.2 times by 2027, perhaps a desperate attempt to deal with rapidly warming temperatures around the globe. However, there are ways you can keep your home cool naturally. These 8 smart tips will help you preserve the environment, cut down electricity costs and create a budget-friendly summer paradise.
If you have browsed Pinterest or Instagram recently and ‘trendy home décor’ is on your list of interests, you must have definitely stumbled upon all white Scandinavian style home décor. An all-time favourite for interior designers and architects alike, a coat of white paint can be the most striking and versatile backdrop. While the naysayers might say decorating with white is boring and drab, we think it is far from the truth. White is a vibrant colour that offers an endless number of decorating possibilities.