If you’re a landlord and have leased flat/flats to tenants, you must be used to frequently painting the house whenever there is a new tenant moving in. Because the paint is peeling and let’s be honest, you want to hide the leakage to fix a good rent for the flat.
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!
Home improvement can be a challenging task for a lot of people. We asked people to share their home problems so that we could give them easy-to-follow solutions. Read on to know all about it so that it can give you insights and proper steps that you need to take if you are facing similar issues.
For homeowners, planning the foundation of the home is one of the most important aspects. Be it a bungalow, high rise apartment or small flat, the beauty of your home interiors will depend majorly on the layout and foundation of the house. However, wall leakages and peeling are common problems faced by homeowners. This usually happens due to poor construction and lack of proper waterproofing. When water infiltrates the walls of your home, it can cause mould, leakages, cracking, peeling of paint and even damage the main structure of the house. These problems need to be tackled at the earliest, if they are ignored, they can create some major structural issues in your house. The sooner you identify these problems, the easier and less expensive it is to fix them.
There’s a common saying, “home is where the heart is.”
Home is the only place of bountiful happiness and effortless joy, a place where you would want to come back to and spend some quality time with your loved ones. As much as a home is essential for you, your home also needs you. This is what I have learned throughout my journey as a Waterproofing Expert with Berger Paints. And today, I am going to share my experience and expertise to help you, as a homeowner, to keep your home protected from exterior or interior damps, gaps, cracks, tile fixing problems, and much more.
In our last few series of blog posts, we spoke about everything you need to know before painting your house, designs and colours to inspire you and secrets of a perfect paint job. Now that the task of painting your house is covered, let’s talk about a few maintenance tips that can help you extend the life of your paint.
Nothing says it is officially summers like hearing your friends complain about how hot it is on social media. Summer is here and how! And that means vacations, balmy evenings and juicy mangoes. But if you are ever stuck at home on a hot, humid day, you will know that the scorching summer heat can be savage.
We bet you can’t imagine beating the heat without keeping the AC on all day. But what if we told you that you could? Eager to find out how? Read the story of Pranoy, a 15-year-old from Kolkata who came home to a mysteriously cooler home after his summer camp.
A house is a significant asset that involves a huge investment. Old or new, a house is a cherished dream for all home buyers and proactive measures need to be taken towards mitigating all kind of risks. Water leakage or water seepage is one of the major causes of structural defects in buildings. It results in dampness, fungal growth and metal corrosion.
Since the early days on, human beings have been looking for shelter to seek safety from elements of nature. First, we built huts and mud houses and now we have moved to concrete structures and high rises. But the risks that nature poses still remains high. Even with technological and architectural advances, water damage still remains a major concern.