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  1. How to manage tenant viewing after we move out? Do we have to pass the keys to a selected sole agent to manage the viewing? How do you manage?
  2. Congrats on your completion! Just a point that you may want to note because you mentioned the company installing your Aircon is also servicing it. My hubby colleague had a terrible experience when the Aircon company who installed also service his Aircon. Apparently, there was a leak in the gas pipe and instead of rectifying, the technician just top up gas at every service. By the time he found out, the installation warranty is already over so he had to get another company to rectify the job. I am sure Aron won't be like this since he has jobs from here but just take note.
  3. JamisD, have you made the purchase? I was also recommended Panasonic NA-148VG3 by Best Denki at IMM. It's an lady who introduced us the machine. What I understand is that although the door is bigger, the hole to put the clothes in is the same as other front load washing machine. She said that the price is very competitive for a 1400 rpm machine. The higher the rpm, the cleaner and quicker can be the wash. Is she right? Best denki is offering $1099 (inclusive of GST) for the machine. It comes with 3 years warranty and also free S$100 NTUC voucher. Quite tempted to buy but we have until end of this month to consider.
  4. Just called up my ID. He gave the reassurance that he is doing his best to find the carpenter that can meet our timeline and requirement of the finishing. I told him frankly that if he can't do so, I will find my own carpenter. What I meant was he brought carpenters fr 2 different companies to do site measurement and the 3rd one just did site measurement on sat. The 1st didn't ans his call after meeting us (owners) twice and the 2nd one cited that he doesn't have small lorry as a reason why he cannot accept the job. My place has a basement carpark for unloading and cannot use big lorry.
  5. I have confirmed my ID on 13 Sep 2011 and till now he has not firmed up a carpenter to do our carpentry. We had a lot of carpentry and we had emphasize that we are very particular about the workmanship and yet the carpenters (2 groups of them)just disappeared. They had not started work, they just came down for the measurement and we spent time to describe what we want to them. He arranged a 3rd group to go to my place last Sat to measure (without our presence) and it's not even confirmed if they will be able to deliver the job on time. I am very very tempted to strike out the carpentry scope from his scope by my hubby is concerned that he will not managed the rest of the jobs properly. Any advice or suggestions?
  6. V nice Reno! I have 2 queries, 1) how is the ease of using your kitchen doors and drawers? I believe your contractor did the 45 deg abs trimming door for you. Is it easy to use? 2) I believe you r using sliding doors for your wardrobe in mbr and it's not the glass-aluminum type. It's the plywood w laminates door right? How is the sliding? Is the door flimsy? Thanks in advance.
  7. Hihi, Anyone ever been to Kitchen Culture and experience the fantastic "handle-less" doors that they have? We realised that IDs are recommending doors and drawers in the kitchen with a 45deg abs trimming as "handles" to open the doors and drawers. Any feedback if these are easy to use? I personnally tried the doors and find it very difficult to open. We want our carpenters to follow the Kitchen Culture method but the carpenter got so scared that he is not answering my ID call and my ID has to find some other carpenter and it's going to delay the handling over. My carpenter didn't quote the handles in the carpentry work. Anyone can shall if it will be expensive to top up if I just want those simple stainless steel rounded handles?
  8. Very sorry to hear your problem. How is the situation now?We are also using xD..., but the ID that is working for us is quite nice. His name is Jxxxy Txx. Can you pm me the name of your ID? I am going to tell my ID to talk to him. It's important that they pull up their socks else their company will be affected. I don't want to reveal his name here coz they are still doing my place half way. I will recommend him if I find the workmanship good.
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    hello ne0mesis, I am very impressed with your cabinet at the living room. 1)Is it inspired by piano keys? 2)Is the black "keys" the slots for opening the door to the cabinets or black laminate? 3)Do you mind taking a closer picture of the black "keys" to your living room cabinets? 4)Is the space behind your TV utilised as well or it's blocked out? Thanks in advance.
  10. Hello Joyousonline, I saw that you have chosen piano white for your kitchen laminate. Is it from Logicwhite? Did you choose the $300 per ft run silver skirting for the cabinet as well or it's just normal abs trimming?
  11. Thanks edenstrauss for your advice. After some prep talk about how it is important for us to trust him and don't treat us like carrot head, he reduce the price to 200.
  12. Very nice! How much is your black sliding door to the kitchen and the glass shower screen at your common toilet (the one w the 2 panel glass)?
  13. V tempted to ask ah Cheong to spare a man and some blocks to do this simple job for me.
  14. Quite upset w my contractor who quoted me $350 to use hollow block to seal up a 900mm x 650mm hole in the wall in the yard that was meant for washing machine. Am I wrong to be upset? The few pcs of hollow block cost so much? What other options do I have? Can some kind souls please advice?
  15. Your quote for carpentry looks high to me. My wardrobe is S$270 per feet run but the height of my wardrobe is 9.5ft (2nd level condo), think HDB is about standard 8ft and mine also come with internal coloured polygon. The kitchen is also same as my quote but again mine carpentry comes with internal colour. Should source for more quotes. More importantly, do you have chemistry with the ID? Are the ideas proposed by the ID interesting and can be accepted by you. If you already have your own ideas, better get a contractor. We went with a ID in the end because contractor is not much cheaper. some more no 3D drawings which we thought is necessary to prevent future dispute. My ID is also not really a ID because he started of as a worker from the bottom but he is quite easy going. He is also not the cheapest in terms of price but we think he is very sincere and earnest (at least at this moment). Actually work will start on Monday.