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  1. I am planing to design my house with all raw material, but a bit worry to with the outcome and maintenance. Any one can advise? Thanks in advance!
  2. Dear All, I have only found very few brands in Singapore offered engineered hardwood option ( I personal preferred original oak color) 1. Envorich --quoted me 11.8 per sft , is that reasonable? 2. Supreme Flooring -- never gave me a quote Any more recommendation? Thanks a lot!
  3. Hi Guys, was thinking of overlaying my HDB tiles with laminate flooring but seems like there are a number of companies selling/promoting the products in many different ways. 1) Evorich (HERF) 2) Woodculture (BERRY ALLOC | RIVIERA) 3) Floorrich (EGGER / PERGO) 4) Floordepot (4G WATERPROOF LAMINATE) 5) Kronotex Anybody has experience with the above..? Which will be the best recommendation for HDB BTO flat...? Thank you.
  4. Vern

    Diy Flooring

    Hi, I have been searching high and low for a DIY flooring guide in Singapore, but couldn't find any. I hope anyone can help me with this. Anyway, I'm pretty new in living on my own. My husband and I have decided to rent a place on our own and due to budget constrain we finally choose an old studio unit in Telok Blangah. To make it a little nicer and comfy, we really wanted to re paint the whole apartment and change the current PVC flooring which is old and sticky and too flowery for us. Again due to budget constrain, we are planning to DIY, but we couldn't seem to find a place where we could buy the new flooring without needing to package it with an installer. 1. Can anyone give us some advice on what type of flooring is best or us, in term of pricing, easiest to install and last the longest. 2. Where can we buy the type of flooring? Or at least where to buy a PVC flooring to replace our old ones. Thank you in advance or the inputs
  5. Looking to sell this Bayliss Rug. In very good condition. Ideal for small living room sizes. Original Retail Price SGD 900 2300mm X 1650 mm Email : wesley.tan.wy@gmail.com for more information.
  6. I am getting my resale house soon and the bedrooms comes with Parquet. The house is already 6 years old, What must I do to maintain it? Must I lacquer before moving in? How much would it be roughly for 2 bedrooms? How else to further maintain it? Thanks!!
  7. Dont know what to say..... just discover my room parquet was damaged from water moisture (near the toilet door). Total affect area about 2metre x 2 metre. Parquet is covered with carpet. As i am doing damage control now, wondering if i can DIY and chisel out the damage parquet, and than replace with waterproof laminate, WPC, decking or worst self lay some tiles with cement ? [The damage area is quite small and i have trouble getting contract to do the job]. Update : just got a contractor to access the damage. I was hoping the area can be repaired with new parquet. Was advised to hack out the whole room parquet (than means the built in cabinate got to go too !) and replaced with tiles as the source of water is unknown. Seow liao Any expert advise here appreciated. Thanks.
  8. Hi all, I'm new to this forum and hoping someone can help me. I have a 4 bedroom HDB flat and planned to do either a Vinyl or laminated flooring (to be decided) for 3 bedrooms. Unfortunately, i have to put my renovation plans on hold for next 1 year but still plans to carry on with HDB's free cement screeding. HDB had came back asking me for thickness of screeding to apply, and advised that I should check with my ID on their flooring requirements. As I don't have an ID now, I'm unable to answer HDB's question on the required thickness. I just know that the total thickness must not exceed 50mm. Can anyone advise me what the typical or safe thickness to provide to HDB, considering that I might go with Vinyl or laminated flooring in future? would 30mm be a good figure? Many thanks for your help. cheers.
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