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  1. Hiya! I would like to know the contact of the direct hacker as well 🙂 Thank you!

  2. hi can u kindly share the direct hacking contact 

    ssmita@hotmail.com

    1. chrisoak

      chrisoak

      Hi Kangeroo168,

      Can you pls provide me the list of hackers?

      Thanks

    2. kangeroo168

      kangeroo168

      Hi sorry do u still need the list of hackers? Sorry Long time I no log in

  3. Hi, do you have contact for direct hacking. Can you share with me. 

    1. WindLim

      WindLim

      Hi, pls contact 90695669.Thanks

  4. Hi, do you have contact for direct hacking. Can you share with me. 

  5. ok, HTAN, its yes and no. u can take off false ceiling, and redo. this definitely will be nicer. u don't need to take off false ceiling, but the joints between the ceiling and the wall tiles will definitely does not look as nice as u redo the false ceiling. so it actually depends on ur threshold to workmanship and ur budget.
  6. no its not... pm u for a more reasonable contact
  7. there is nothing u can do with it because its the problem with the underlying tiles, and not the vinyl flooring. if the uneven is something like a pothole, u still stand a small chance of putting foam or even fill up that area with light weight cement. if its bulging up like a hill, then no choice, u have to hack that surrounding area, and then smoothen it. then relay back the vinyl floor.
  8. well, as a layman pov, most of us are thinking tilera are short changing us. however, bigger tiles= heavier tiles =bigger cutting tools = bigger leverage when laying tiles = more difficult in laying tiles, and in same instance 800 or even 1m tiles sometimes need 2 tiler just to align/carry around. I do not know the market price increase for using 800mm tiles, but I do know it is more expensive than 600mm tiles.
  9. normally people will not buy the pond, or u have to wait really long for a buyer to be interested. because most fish lovers will not take a 2nd hand pond, fearing of contamination to their fishes etc etc. quickest way is to just ask people to dispose it away and fill up the hole.
  10. If your house is New or not yet 3 years old, u are not suppose to hack the toilet. (See HDB website for the restriction of BTO flats) that's why I say, ur contractor is very very daring to do this, willing to risk his license points and fines by both parties.
  11. I give u a contact for direct hacker. Maybe u check with them can get a more accurate pricing
  12. so u mean u want to hack whole house flooring , or just 3bedroom and 1 study room? whole house should be around 3k
  13. Floor tiles, u also must see how many are hollow. They may crack together or individually. They may also crack while someone is stepping on TOP of it, thus resulting in injury. Normally if a house have so many hollowed floor and wall tiles, it's best to redo all. Want to pain, just pain one time, rather than keep rectifying bit by bit in the future
  14. Both of your Contractors are correct. Hollow tiles, if u don't tamper with them, shouldn't be a problem. However , there have been some cases where the tiles loosen so much that they drop out. That is what happened to one of my friends house in Tampines. His wall tiles all drop down.
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