The Happy Home Blog Launch – Sponsored
- 3 Mar '16
- 12:49 pm by Crew
Theres a new blog on the block, ‘The Happy Homes Blog’ by Pidilite. The Happy Home Blog is interesting because it isn’t just a blog on interior design and decor, it focuses on the upkeep and maintenance of your home. All those technicals details and advice that you rely on your local person for has been constructively put together to help the average home owner with day to day issues. Featured posts and articles across various categories give home owners an insight into different aspects of looking after their homes. They can sift through posts on waterproofing and insulation as well as roof-repair, tiling, décor and renovation ideas among several more. The blog also features a ‘healthy home calculator’, which poses a series of questions and determines the health of a particular home based on the answers given.
Pidilite has put out Fevicol, amongst other amazing products in the adhesives and sealants, construction chemicals, polymer emulsions and DIY (Do-It-Yourself) products sectors. So it would be but natural to create an information platform to guide people through areas of renovation, building, home keeping amongst many others.
An interesting panel consisting of Alpa Dalal, Pulmonologist, Omkar Thakur, Vastushastra Consultant, C.A Ramesh Prabhu, Head of Maharashtra Societies Welfare Association and Shilpi Kakkar Madan, Contributing Editor, Better Homes, were brought together to speak on how to create a Happy Home. At the launch of the blog, Mr Sanjay Bahadur, Global CEO, Construction Chemicals Division, Pidilite Industries Ltd, said, “We at Pidilite firmly believe that it’s our duty to assist our consumers face various challenges in the upkeep of their homes. This is why the blog offers insight across all the various aspects of home maintenance. It is our hope that through this blog our expertise, accumulated over several decades in the industry, can be shared with home-owners to help give shape to their dream of home- ownership.”
Photographs courtesy Pidilite