It is important for buyers not to ignore the ‘VastuShastra’ norms while purchasing a house. It is obvious that all the apartments don’t comply with these norms, so the buyers have the choice of making corrections or arrangements even if they don’t get the ideal property. Also, buying a property from Vastu-oriented developers like Arun Dev Builders is not a bad idea.
If the property is not Vastu-oriented, it can create unrest in the occupants’ minds leading to several other problems in life. A home that complies with 70-80 percent of Vastu-norms can be a safe pick for the wellbeing of occupants.
A buyer must consider following Vastu norms before buying a house:
Homes with a huge number of Vastu faults can be corrected through traditional methods. These methods include using mirrors, colors and special metallic wires. The faults that cannot be rectified fully without demolition include problem pertaining to the wrong placement of toilets, kitchens, and staircases. One can reconstruct the particular area with Vastu fault if it is manageable. Also, the presence of high voltage wires passing over a house is also considered to be a Vastu defect, which can be fixed by incorporating a plastic pipe filled with lime from one corner to another.
How some of the Vastu defects can be fixed even after buying a house:
According to the experts of Arun Dev Builders, even if a house complies with 50-60 percent of Vastu-norms, one can change a few things around to raise the norms to 70-80 percent to avoid unrest in the occupants’ minds.