How to Choose Flood-Free House Location

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When choosing the location of a new home, you certainly will consider many things. In addition to choosing a strategic location, of course, you want your home area is flood-free. It would be very inconvenient if the house you choose is prone to flooding during the rainy season.

The following are the things you should consider when choosing a home location so that it is flood free.

Gather as much information as possible about the home location
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As a potential buyer, you must know the ins and outs of the area that you seek as the location of your home later. You can gather information about the location of the home with a variety of ways, e.g. searching through the internet and asking questions directly to the people living there. If necessary, collect various home locations you might want to buy.

Do a small survey by checking the homes that meet the above criteria and homes that do not meet the criteria. Furthermore, remove the list of locations that do not meet the criteria and fill out the survey at the location that meets the criteria of a flood-free location.

Consider the condition around the house
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Observe the environment around the house. The things you should look at is whether there is a green land in the location that you choose. And, do not forget to check the sewers or culverts around the house. Do the sewers or culverts work smoothly and are not blocked by a lot of garbage?

Next steps after determining the house location                                                                          
After determining the location of the house, you should do some new design just in case. For example, by elevating the house one meter higher than the street. Furthermore, you can choose the material for walls, fences and so on properly. Materials with good quality will make the house last long.

Choosing a flood-free house indeed requires greater cost. But you have to think about the future. If your daily routine later is interrupted by a hostile flood, you might spend more and more money, energy, and time for it. 

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