Everyone wants to enjoy if they get a break time for fun and relaxation. They plan everything for going to vacation in any seasons but still they are worried about their homes because they think about risks that can happen to their homes after leaving the home or when leaving the home. Instead of worrying, if you analyze the disasters which can occur before and the prevention measures to be taken you can enjoy the vacation without any worries.
Below are the disasters that can happen when you are not there at your home:
- Thief’s can rob your personal belongings from your home by seeing the piles of newspapers, uncleaned grass, continuous ringing of phone calls and no one are lifting and revealing posts on face book. The solution for this is to ask the neighbor who is close to you to watch your house and also you too need to watch out your home via internet while traveling.
- Your lawn is killed by extreme weather, or it can be due to the vulnerable insects and blight. The solution for this is to ask a neighbor to watch out for wilt or brown spots in the lawn and leaving behind the number for your lawn service” and promise him that you too help him when he is away from his home.
- Continuous spring rainfall can be a big trouble to your home if your foundation is not strong. Because your home can slide off to one side of the street. The solution is not to allow water to reach the foundation or clean the gutters to prevent the water staying.
- Your house can burn. It can be due to the strong storms or electrical cables.
- Your house can be flooded because of depletion of washing machine, water heating systems. The solution is to stop and turn off the taps.
- Due to fluctuating temperatures in spring can cause a tree to fall on your house. To prevent this never grow the tree which is nearer to your house roof. Take the professional help if you wanted to grow the plant.
- The interior is covered by the mold due to humid temperatures. So, to prevent this set the air conditioner temperature so that it keeps your home dry.