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  1. While many people think scams target only certain groups of individuals, the truth is anyone can be a victim of a scam. We are all at risk. Scammers can turn a renovation into a financial nightmare! That's why it is important that everyone stays informed and vigilant against scams. Man in $1.6m renovation scam given 5½ years' jail Man joins wife in jail after cheating homeowners, subcontractors of almost S$1.7m Renovation Scam: How to Avoid Getting Scammed
  2. It is highly encouraged to check for defects under different circumstances (e.g. night vs day, rainy day vs normal days). As defects checking can be a tedious process, do consider bringing items like fans, stools, and snacks. Torchlights and stationery can also make the process an easier one. If you need an inspection company specializing in defects inspection for new homes, you can check out; http://absoluteinspection.sg/ and https://defectscheck.sg/services/ Also, read these articles for other tips; https://www.renotalk.com/article/common-defects-to-look-out-for-when-moving-into-your-new-home and https://www.renotalk.com/article/defects-check Hope it helps.
  3. here's a featured one, https://www.renotalk.com/interior-designer/First-Dot-Design-Pte-Ltd but Got lots lah actually, https://www.renotalk.com/professionals/category/interior-design-companies can slowly look see look see hope it helps
  4. FRom Ikea's FB page; Dear IKEA fans, if you have bought the SUNDVIK changing table/chest please read on: IKEA urges all customers that have a SUNDVIK changing table/chest, to secure the folding part with the safety locking fittings provided. If lost or misplaced, please contact IKEA to receive new ones free of charge... https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/ikea-recalls-sundvik-changing-table-chest-after-incidents-of-11491546 https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/ikea-recalls-sundvik-changing-table-for-repair-service-due-to-risk-of-falls
  5. Hi Jai, I don't know about permits and all but you might wanna check out this page at HDB; https://www.hdb.gov.sg/cs/infoweb/residential/living-in-an-hdb-flat/renovation/window-works Best is, you contact HDB directly. Hope the link helps.
  6. Hey Michelle546B, you might wanna check out the Professionals Page; https://www.renotalk.com/professionals Hope it helps...
  7. a bit late but hope it's useful... https://www.renotalk.com/article/man-smashes-luxury-condominium-due-to-defects
  8. Yeah, I agree that you call up Starhub and check. That is the best. I assume that the box is in a public area. So moving the box might affect the residents around the area. Furthermore, if it is built on a public area then I'm sure prior approval was sought from the relevant authority. But hey, thanks for bringing this up.