No one can predict band things from happening, or undo them after they occur. What we can do is to prepare ourselves for when the moment comes. Being that we are all emotionally attached to some material things in our possession, finding a way to protect them it the logical step. Floods and similar natural disasters can take away most of our possession from us, but is there a way to prevent this?
Having something valuable in your home makes you want to protect it anyway you can. But how do you keep those things safe in a scenario when a flood or a tsunami strikes? Containers that are 100 percent waterproof might be the best way to do so. Keep all your valuable things like jewelry, things you’ve bought at an auction that are ancient, important document especially things like passports and visas or testaments, in specially designed containers that are completely waterproof. You can find them any better-equipped stores or order online
Rearrange Your Interior
Water usually enters our home through windows, doors and any crack our walls may have, but once it’s there, it takes time until the room is completely flooded. Keep your valuables on top of your furnitures like closets and wall-mounted shelves. This will give you to collect your valuables before the water lever raises and makes them completely useless. You will need to act quickly but have in mind that no material thing should be worth your life or the lives your family members. So keep that priority list straight.
The second line of Defense
Another thing that you should do is keep things that are sensitive to water in plastic bags. Everything from important documents to small jewelry and electronic parts and hardware, should be safely secured in easy to open but fully waterproof plastic bags. The last thing you need after a disaster strikes is to worry about your passport or visa. No one can be fully prepared for the events of tsunami or natural disasters destroying your home, but we can secure the things that we need most.