Wall Dampness the spoilsport of our Dream Home

How often we save for a big occasion…

After lots of denials, we arrive at a decision to finally revamp the interiors…

The D day has arrived… we are eager to go ahead of doing the interiors of our dream home…..

Arrangements are made for fix furniture….

Fancy fittings….

Exquisite fabric….

Now…. after facing a lot of hardships, we have finally realised our dreams of changing the decor of our dream home….

We spread the message amongst our near dear ones, friends…. neighbours…. (anxious neighbours who heard a lot of banging, dust, debris flying around in our home) sometimes feeling disturbed, sometimes being angry, yet bearing with us to see the final out come, as they too are secretly planning to revamp the interiors of their dream homes…

The message is spread like wild fire that our dream home looks like a dream home. We receive visitors after visitors, everyday every week.

After couple of months, we suddenly notice a patch on one of our wall, feeling awful and nervous…

Slowly, slowly the patch becomes ugly, uglier and uglier…

We can no longer bear it, we pick up our phone and call the person who painted the house… giving him/her a good yelling.

The person who painted our house is as confused as we are, as in the budget we had kept aside for painting the house, we could only get a painter and not a specialist….

Most part of our hard earned money was spent on furniture, fancy fixtures, fancy plumbing materials, exotic fabric for curtains, bed sheets and their likes…

Disgusted with the painter and his/ her disgusting work, after lengthy arguments, feeling cheated we turn towards second third fourth advice.

The part of the puzzle becomes more unbearable as it is dry summer and we are experiencing dampness with formation of white flakes which gives an ugly look to  our interiors with musty…. smell.

Finally to get to the bottom of the entire ordeal, we shell out more money to bring in a specialist….

For the first time we hear the word Efflorescence…

What is the damn thing called Efflorescence ? Which has shattered our dreams of peaceful living…

Where could we have gone wrong…

Due to the use of salt water during construction and through rains, the salts (like sulfates or magnesium, sodium, calcium and calcium carbonate) present in the wall get dissolved. On evaporation, the previously absorbed water along with salts appear on walls forming crystallized patches or a layer of white powder. This white powder is know as efflorescence.

The specialist advices us that before affixing fixed furniture and fixtures, a survey ought to have been done and the walls should have been waterproofed…

Now what could be the solution…

Madam/Sir, you need to dismantle the fix furniture, fixtures and wall fittings…

The above words meant like lightning striking upon us…

If only and only if someone had advised….

                                                                    To be continued in my next blog…

Published by boorjis

My name is Boorjis Doctor, I am initiated by the higher forces of the universe. There was a time when I was highly subjected to negativity and stress, hence am able to communicate and relate with the person who suffers from negativity and stress. In life there is key to each and every problem because if a problem is created there always is an antidote... in the universe, because universe has always been balanced, and will always remain balanced. For every negative force there is an equal amount of positive force. It took me twenty five years to learn this simple aspect that the universe to function it has always to remain balanced for perpetuity..... This learning of twenty five years, I wish to share with my fellow human beings, through this blog of mine. I am no self acclaimed spiritual guru, what I have strived to achieve is being a humble part of the universe. I thank my parents for whatever or who ever I am... You can contact me on +91 9820459730 or at boorjis@yahoo.co.in

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