We have all been to a party at a colleague or friend’s home and we’ve seen some of the odd things people keep in their homes. One thing that might have seemed odd to you is a water fountain. People are putting fountains with indoor waterfalls in their homes because of their many benefits. While you may have been stumped before — trust us! There are so many benefits to investing in these treasures.
It might seem like an extravagant expense to put a whole fountain in your house but it’s actually worth your dime. Did you know that indoor water fountains can reduce stress? Indoor waterfalls produce sounds that sooth listeners. They also provide a calm that many of us do not have in our busy lives. From the sound of flowing indoor waterfalls, to the mere sight of such a calming influence, indoor waterfalls purify the air of your home and your mind.
Indoor water fountains can also raise the value of your home. You might not be planning to sell now, but chances are, you are not going to stay in your house forever. Most potential buyers would absolutely adore a beautifully crafted fountain in their foyer and you can add it to your asking price.
Indoor water fountains also add moisture to an otherwise dry environment. Many homeowners choose to use humidifiers to add moisture to their homes, however these can accrue mold and mildew over time, both of which can be damaging to your health. A lot of people just don’t realize how dry their home actually is. Having dry air inside of your home can make your skin itch and it can cause your skin to crack. On a more superficial note, dry air can also cause your hair to be filled with static.
A lack of moisture in the home can affect other aspects of your house. It can cause your plants to droop. Moreover, your wallpaper may peel, and replacing wallpaper can be very time consuming. Dry air in your home can also cause wood parts of your furniture to become loose, and it can also lead to loosening of wooden floorboards.
If you are worried that your beloved pets won’t like the fountain or that it will be unsafe for them, worry no more. Indoor fountains are pet-approved, so that even the smallest members of your family can enjoy indoor waterfalls.