Everything You Need To Know About Water Tanks Waterproofing

Waterproofing Tanks

Water tanks are usually placed underground or overhead in building complexes and even in small houses and bungalows. If the tank is poorly constructed or not waterproofed to begin with, water is likely to seep through the common joints between the house and the tank and ruin interior and exterior walls with dampness.

Since water can travel through the smallest of capillaries, it is difficult to pinpoint the exact source of damage. Repairing and waterproofing a water tank can be a long, painful process. Let’s learn how to tackle this with the help of ‘vigyaan’, aka scientific waterproofing solutions.

The conventional way to waterproof water tanks is to use chunna, plaster or chemical that will stop the leakage for the time being. However, sooner or later, the dampness will find a way to show up on walls again. Since these temporary solutions only add a film between the plaster and the paint, it is not a long term and reliable solution.

The more sustainable and economical way to waterproof a water tank is to consult professionals like Berger Home Shield and use best-in-standard waterproofing paint and solutions. The experts use Moisture Meter, a handy device that detects moisture levels trapped in walls, helping them pinpoint the right source of leakage and dampness. Depending on the damage in the walls, appropriate treatment is applied. The professionals are trained and experienced to understand how wall waterproofing works, so there is no dishing out of fake ‘gyaan’, only proven and scientific solutions.

Serious home repairs like water tank waterproofing must not be ignored. Even a small leakage or dampness can cause major damage to the structure of the entire building or apartment.

 

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Durga Puja is one of the major festivals that are celebrated all across the country but the celebrations in Bengal are full of galore and allure. It is celebrated to mark the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura. To bring in the festivities, we have created a list of quick decor ideas that will make this festival all the more special for you.

Experiment with lights

Come the festive season, we all know how lights can work wonders to dazzle up a dull looking space. Having lights in the house is always enlightening. Use small lamps, string lights, bamboo lights or simply create a beautiful arrangement using a garland and string lights. For more creative ideas, you can pack string lights in a jar and put them up like lanterns.

Rangoli, flowers and diyas

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Don’t forget the corners of the house. Light it up with colourful rangoli and diyas. You can also use flower petals to create a vibrant rangoli.

Earth pots

Understated, budget-friendly and easily available, earth pots can be reused to create a beautiful corner in the house. Use them as containers for floating candles, hand paint with intricate designs or store puja items in them.

Style the entryway

interior paint design

There is no reason that your entryway should go plain. Decorate it with lights, garlands and colours. Since the walls of the entryway are frequently touched, consider an anti bacterial paint like Berger Silk Breathe Easy that will give your walls an aesthetic finish while keeping it safe from germs and bacteria.

Colour your space

Make sure the interiors look bright and welcoming. There is nothing like a fresh coat of paint on the walls to welcome the festivities. An accent wall in tones of red, green and yellow is perfect to create a rustic ambiance in the house. It is also worth investing in anti pollution paint to improve the indoor air quality.

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lantern burning candles

Navratri brings nine days of celebrations coupled with bright colours. Each day has a significant colour, with people adorning that colour outfits. But why limit yourself to outfits when you can give your home a quick colourful makeover? Be it painting ideas or quick DIY decor inspiration, here are some ideas to celebrate the nine days of Navratri.

Day 1: Orange

flowers home decor

Marigold flowers play an intrinsic role in Indian culture, be it for weddings or festivities. While they look refreshing in a garland or thoran, you can also club them together in a vase. The humble genda phool is bound to get you ready for nine days of festivities!

Day 2: White

white flowers vase candles

A set of white candles make sure that even the dullest nooks and corners don’t miss the chance to illuminate in a festive glow. A budget-friendly option to recreate this festive season.

Day 3: Red

living room interior

Nothing can replace the look and feel of fresh paint on the walls during the festive season. If your walls are not due for a new paint job but you are craving for a change, consider an accent wall in red. Contact Berger Express Painting experts for a faster, cleaner, safer painting service this festive season.

Day 4: Royal blue

royal blue bedding

Add a spark of interest to your room with royal blue bedding. Keep rest of the textiles and accessories in a neutral tone.

Day 5: Yellow

Yellow string lights

Yellow string lights can brighten up even the darkest of nights!

Day 6: Green

home interior colour

While plants look great all year long, paired with gold accents, they can add a flair of glamour and pizzazz to your house.

Day 7: Gray

grey festive season colour

Gray is a fantastic colour that complements all shades, be it pastels, neutrals, brights or neon. You can incorporate shades of gray on the walls, in accents or furniture for an all-season look. To make it more appropriate for the festive-season simply add metallic or gold tones for a colour combination that is sure to leave everyone speechless!

Day 8: Purple

purple wall colour decor

Changing the textiles and furnishings in a room is one of the quickest and easiest ways to give it a makeover. As seen here, purple curtains and a throw in a rich velvet fabric add opulence and drama to an otherwise dull looking space.

Day 9: Peacock Green

Peacock Green festive colour

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