How To Redecorate Your Home After A Flood

Among other natural disasters, floods are the most devastating and damaging, causing immeasurable calamities throughout history. Flood damage is usually caused by storm surges, tsunami waves, or excessive rain. Regardless of the reason, the potential risks caused by floods are always progressive and bad for your health.

According to experts, intense flooding is responsible for thousands of deaths and billions of dollars’ worth of property damage around the world every year. Hence, the most fatal and catastrophic natural disaster.

Moreover, the process of restoring your home is challenging, time-consuming, and costly. But with home redecoration, you can get your house back, improve your quality of life, and make the changes you want to your humble abode.

However, you might need to ensure that your home is safe before making any changes. If everything is okay, you can start redecorating your home. In addition, here are the following tips that will help you remodel your home after the flood:

1. Find A Cleaning Professional

Before remodeling, you would need to make sure that your home is safe and free from floodwater. Leaving it alone to dry promotes the growth of microorganisms such as mold and bacteria, which can cause various diseases

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Rove Concepts introduces new vegan fabric

Rove Concepts new vegan fabric, shown here in the Strato color, is machine washable in cold water and resistant to cracking and discoloration.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Rove Concepts, a direct-to-consumer, modern furniture company based in western Canada, has added a new sustainable fabric to its collection called Venice Vegan suede.

The fabric is composed of more than 50% recycled polyester and 5% spandex which results in an eco-friendly and cruelty-free alternative that’s made to last, according to the company.

“Unlike genuine leather, this high-quality vegan suede is machine washable in cold water, making it low maintenance and family friendly,” the company said in a statement.

The fabric is also resistant to cracking, fraying and discoloration, the company said, since it consists of millions of tightly woven synthetic fibers that are treated to be more water and stain proof than natural suede. Venice Vegan suede is also OKEO-TEX certified, meaning it is free of formaldehyde and other harmful substances.

The fabric is available in Caspian, Chiffon, Cider, Latte, Sage, Sepia and Strato colors and can be used on pieces in collections from Rove Concepts including Luca, Arya, Porter, Angelo, Aubrey, Mia and Nova as well as on the Ophelia and

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