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  1. Looking to install a System 3 to ready my flat for rental for the bedrooms. Pls quote me most economical package incl. GST, installation, bracket, labour, site visit, dismantling of 2 split units, no hidden costs please, thanks.
  2. 104 sqm, near Braddell Rd, about 12 - 15 minutes' walk to Bishan MRT or 2 bus stops away. Quiet and near amenities. 3 bedrooms, partially furnished. HDB approved for rental as I'm now working overseas. Message me if you're keen thanks.
  3. Looking forward to seeing the pix of the completed kitchen. I'm thinking about using KompacPlus for my kitchen too. No granite and not sure I'd use it enough to justify the quartz!
  4. Thanks both. Will be following your blog to see how it's done. Been to Ubud a few times over the years since 2005. Prices pretty steep imho now. Maybe I'll check out Semarang later this year as an option, good suggestion. All the best to you in your furniture hunting, MrK!
  5. I've read before that most of the furniture in Bali are made in Java rather than on Bali itself. Bali has to import labour from other parts of Indonesia and teak plantations are on Java rather than Bali. Just wondering what sort of Balinese furniture did you order that's made there? Been to Bali many times for holiday, but never quite dared to take the plunge.
  6. I think your door looks very edgy and different. Can tell it's intentional, not well used per se. Try keeping it for a while and change it later on when you're bored and have settled other aspects of your bathroom that are more pressing? Can Meng Huat recommend installers? Since they're in this business they might have contacts?
  7. Don't know about area specialists much as I didn't approach one. My upstairs neighbour whose whole extended family lives in our neighbourhood in various flats and have moved around (e.g. 4 to 5 room, daughter moved to to buy a 4 room, 5 to 4 room etc.) all used one of the area specialists, who stays in a unit in our block too, actually. All have been very happy with their selling pricepoint and purchase flats. But like the other user posted, this is the age of the internet so sellers should be better informed and can keep tabs on what's going on too. To gauge the demand of your area and expected selling price, you can refer to the HDB resale prices registered in the past 1 year. They're recorded on a daily basis now so can see how the prices go. It doesn't share on COV and race of buyer though. In areas with ethnic quotas, the variance can be very very large. Also monitor similar listings in your neighbourhood on propertyguru and see how long and how much they are selling for for sometime. If you have the time and are curious enough, you might also want to try visiting some of them just to be clued in and see how their agents sell and market on their behalf. If you have the time that is For my area I did monitor for a few months before offering for a resale unit that I knew was going at a good price. The sellers were also the first owners so did not expect a huge markup like PRs or newer home owners did in the neighbourhood. Their agent didn't know how to market and sell and do market research too.
  8. I've been to V.hive, neighbourhood shops (that try to pass off sgfurniture pieces at a big markup) and looked online, but can't find anything that's either customisable or flexible enough. Would any carpentry here be able to quote me or recommend me on the following? This is not for in-built. I just need something to tide me over the next 4 - 5 years without falling apart. I'm looking for a wardrobe (sliding or door is ok) with maximum hanging space. With a built-in internal sliding full-length or close to full length mirror on the inside. Prefer light colour (no walnut or dark colours). Looking at length 190cm to 210cm, height 240cm to maximise my space for my clothes. To hang them up. Would you have anything suitable to recommend? Thank you,
  9. Pre-packed is good as it comes already pre-mixed in the right quantity with the necessary additives added. It should also help with the adhesion of tiles without having them pop up. It's really all in the mix quantity and the additives. Bummer about the price though!
  10. I've been to V.hive, neighbourhood shops (that try to pass off sgfurniture pieces at a big markup) and looked online, but can't find anything that's either customisable or flexible enough. Would any carpentry here be able to quote me or recommend me on the following? This is not for in-built. I just need something to tide me over the next 4 - 5 years without falling apart. I'm looking for a wardrobe (sliding or door is ok) with maximum hanging space. With a built-in internal sliding full-length or close to full length mirror on the inside. Prefer light colour (no walnut or dark colours). Looking at length 190cm to 210cm, height 240cm to maximise my space for my clothes. To hang them up. Would you have anything suitable to recommend? Thank you,
  11. Agree with benetay. All works really, down to personal preference. Kerb with curtain (sorry, not sure what shower screen you mean) will still have some puddles of water splashing out. No kerb no curtain/screen it does splash say about slightly more than 1m in each direction? Depends on how big your bathroom is to define whether it splashes all over or not. My neighbour upstairs had a kerb in the shape of a square in their common bathroom with shower curtain when they had a domestic worker with them. She said water would still splash out. Now that the kids are grown up and there's no more domestic worker with them, they've removed the curtain, but find the kerb very "in the way" when they want to use the common toilet. They all shower in the MBR toilet where there's a segmented shower screen + kerb to minimise water splashing all over. Easier for her hubby to clean as well as that's the only "wet" toilet.
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