The rainy season is upon us, and if you live in a house, you’re probably going to have to contend with “new” holes in the ceiling. Unless you’re fine with sticking pots and pails to catch the drip (or steady flow, depending on how large the leak is), you need to take some time to check your roof’s condition in between rain showers. Here’s what you can do to prevent leaks from happening or getting worse before and during rainfall.


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(First published in Good Housekeeping Philippines, Your Good House Guide as "Easy Fixup" in August 2008; adapted for use in Female Network)

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