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ARCHITECT DESIGN HOME :-
A team of home specialist ARCHITECT, CIVIL ENGINEER, ELECTRICAL ENGINEER, MECHANICAL ENGINEER, STRUCTURE ENGINEER, INTERIOR DESIGNER, ELECTRICIAN, CARPENTER, PLUMBER,PAINTER,AND OTHER, work in the construction industry designing new buildings, restoring and conserving old buildings and developing new ways of using existing buildings. They are involved in construction projects from the earliest stages right through to completion.
CLEAN HOME :-
CLEAN HOME :- Free from dust,spot,stain,impurities,foreign matter or pollution and control the source of dust and contaminants.
DRY HOME :-
LEAKAGE :- Leakege of a liquid or gas to escape from a hole or crack in a pipe or container to allow liquid or gas to escape.
Water is leaking from the pipe.
Leak in interior and exterior plumbing system.
Enter rain water due to poor drainage around and outside of the home.
Enter water in home through leaks in roofing system.
SEEPAGE :- The slow escape of a liquid or gas through porous material or small holes.
Seepage or ceiling leakage happens when water from the upper floor unit leaks into the ceiling of the lower floor through the concrete floor slab.
It is a common especially in older buildings and commonly occurs in wet areas such as toilets & bathrooms.
DAMPNESS :- The access and penetration of moisture content into building through its wall,floor, roof,other is called dampness.
A high proportion of damp problems in buildings are caused by condensation, rain penetration or rising damp.
Leaking pipes, wastes or overflows.
Rising damp from the ground.
Condensation in kitchen,bathroom,other.
Water penetrating from outside.
Leaking window frame or blocked gutter.
SAFE HOME :-
ELECTRICITY SAFETY,PLUMBING SYSTEM LEAKAGE ,FIRE SYSTEM,GAS PIPE LINE LEAKAGE,NO SHARP EDGE ON SURFACES,POISONOUS ITEM PROPER STORAGE,WELL VENTILATION, PEST-FREE, CONTAMINANT-FREE,OTHER.
ELECTRICITY SAFETY USEFUL TIPS :-
Electricity helps make our homes into bright, comfortable and welcoming spaces, but it can be dangerous when it’s used incorrectly.
We all need to be aware of the risks of shocks or fires, and it’s particularly important to make sure that children know how to handle electrical gadgets properly.
Follow the simple safety tips to protect yourself and your family while using electricity around your home and garden.
Maintain your electrical appliances carefully and check for any damage, loose connections, worn cables or overheating regularly.
Look out for warning signs such as flickering or dimming lights or fuses that keep blowing – call in an electrician to check any affected appliances.
Don’t use faulty appliances, and don’t try to fix them yourself unless you’re trained as an electrician.
When plugging in electrical items, make sure the connection is secure and there are no loose wires.
Try to switch off all non-essential appliances before leaving your home.
Unplug any appliance that you won’t be using for a while.
Don’t grab the cable to unplug an appliance from the socket – always hold the plug itself.
Protect electrical cables from chewing by pets.
Don’t run electrical wires across doorways or under carpets.
When choosing bulbs for your lamps, check the maximum recommended wattage. Switch off the power before you change a lightbulb.
Never poke anything into an electrical socket, for example to clean it.
Don’t plug lots of appliances into one adaptor or socket – the overload could cause a fire. Get an electrician to install extra sockets if you need them.
LIVING ROOM :-
- Don’t allow leads from electrical appliances such as lamps to trail across the floor, where people could trip over them.
Don’t place lit candles on top of an electrical appliance such as a TV set or hifi.
Switch off electrical appliances before you go to sleep.
Position your bedside glass of water away from electrical appliances or switches, in case you knock it over in the dark.
Make sure electrical cables don’t trail across the cooker or other hot surfaces, where they could be damaged and cause a fire.
Remember that you must never put metal items into a microwave.
Don’t poke anything into the toaster, even if your toast is stuck.
Make sure you have good ventilation around electrical appliances such as fridges to avoid overheating.
Electricity and water are a dangerous combination! Don’t use any plugged-in appliances, unless you can connect them to a specially designed bathroom shaver socket.
Dry your hands thoroughly before touching any electrical switches or appliances.
Plug electrical tools into a residual current device (RCD), which will shut off the power if you accidentally cut through the cable, protecting you from shock.
When climbing ladders or pruning trees, watch out for power cables above and take care not to touch or cut them.
Don’t allow children to play in areas where they could touch power cables, for example when flying a kite.