A healthy home and a happy life are prerequisites for a healthy lifestyle.
PropGuide outlines certain factors you should consider when building your home to ensure it is healthy and promotes well-being.
Natural air & light
It would help to have plenty of natural light to ensure your home has a healthy environment. You also need to make sure there is enough ventilation. A healthy home does not require any electricity during the day. The house should have enough windows and doors to allow for ventilation.
The sun’s rays can help keep termites and other pests at bay. They also act as a natural disinfectant.
Hygiene & sanitation
Maintaining a clean home and properly disposing of sewage and waste is essential for a healthy environment. For this reason, the piping and plumbing in homes under construction should be checked to ensure that they do not have the potential to become a breeding place for pests that can cause diseases. Bathrooms must be designed so that drains don’t clog. In the bathroom, use easy-to-clean and maintained tiles.
In a busy city, it isn’t easy to breathe fresh air. Why not create a healthy home environment? Install potted plants all around your home. These plants will clean the air and freshen the house. Installing fragrant plants such as jasmine or roses is also a good idea. You can install medicinal plants, like tulsi, or plants for cooking, like bay leaves or mint. Many homemakers plant spices for both flavor and utility in the kitchen.
Construction material quality check
The use of excessive chemicals in construction can cause allergies for the residents. Check the quality of all construction materials, including wood, fabric, and fabric. Avoid products that can cause allergies. Avoid mass-produced synthetic construction materials, as they are more likely to be hazardous.
Reduced electricity use and solar-based installation are critical factors in building healthy homes. This energy-efficient technology can help reduce pollution and improve your health. It’s for the larger good.