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  1. Hi Renotalk members, desperately looking for opinions on whether the quote that the contractor has give me is competitive. Just want to do a basic upgrade from 2 to 2.5 stories. The contractor seems like a really genuine so I am really keen on him if the price is right. 1 PELINIMARIES a) Q.P. endorsement for A&A submission only (Not include of government department fees). $ 14,000.00 b) Q.P. endorsement for Re-construction submission only (Not include of government department fees). $ 32,000.00 c) Soil test (drill hole at front garden with machinery) $ 3,500.00 d) Safety, noise motoring machine. $ 3,750.00 e) Surveyor (if require) $ 2,000.00 f) Insurance $ 1,300.00 g) Scaffolding $ 3,800.00 2 DEMOLISHING A) Hack existing attic room walls, floor finishing, existing 2nd storey concrete beam b) Dismantle existing false ceiling, part of railing & dispose away (for new staircase) $ 350.00 3 ROOF a) Fabricate & install new 150 x 50 x 5mm thk mild steel RHS (or equivalent) rafter, 50 x 25 x 3mm thk mild steel RHS batten. Install Parsec foil, German roof tile & necessary accessories for new roof works. $ 29,650.00 4 STRUCTURE a) Fabricate & install new attic floor using mild steel RHS support (200 x 100 x 5mm), bondeck sheet, layer of BRC mesh, 100mm concrete slab. $ 36,750.00 b) Fabricate & install new mild steel columns & beam from attic to roof using 100 x 100 x 5mm SHS. (if require to install down to 1st storey, separate quotation will be impose) $ 14,950.00 c) Fabricate & install new mild steel staircase from 2nd storey to new attic using 125 x 50 x 5mm thk RHS for frame, 4mm thk steel plate base. $ 7,220.00 5 BRICKWORKS a) Construct new brick walls for new attic area. $ 6,165.00 6 WALL FINISH a) Cement plaster to new brickwalls for internal & external (use non shrink cement) $ 9,360.00 7 CEILING a) Install 9mm thk gypsum plaster board ceiling for new attic area. $ 2,938.00 b) Make good 2nd storey ceiling due to new works. $ 1,230.00 8 WINDOWS a) Fabricate & install 2 Nos of new aluminium window 2000 x 1200mm for front façade. $ 1,550.00 9 FLOOR FINISH a) Install 20mm thk plywood base for mild steel staircase, installed normal parquet c/w skirting. $ 3,400.00 b) Install 250 x 50 x 12mm thk parquet c/w skirting for new attic area. $ 7,936.50 10 DOOR / DOOR FRAME a) Fabricate & install new nyatoh door & door frame c/w varnish finish. $ 650.00 11 PAINTING a) ICI emulsion painting to internal walls, white emulsion to ceiling & Nippon weatherbond for external walls. $ 2,300.00 12 RAILING a) Fabricate & install new mild steel railing from 2nd storey to new attic area. $ 1,500.00 13 TOILET a) New brick wall,wall & floor tiles, waterproofing, door & door frame, tempered glass shower screen (toilet size 1500 x 1800mm) Install new stach pipe, copper supply pipe & install sanitary wares. $ 9,200.00 14 BOOTER PUMP SYSTEM a) Install 1000 x 1000 x 1000mm PVC fiber tank, 2 Nos of horizontal multistage centrifugal pump, 1 No of pressure vessel tank c/w control panel. Install new incoming copper pipe (25mm) from main meter to new water tank area. Install new 20mm copper pipe outlet to existing 2nd storey toilets & new attic toilet. (1st storey remain unchanged) $ 13,890.00 15 Dismantle existing master & 2 bedrooms wardrobe, re-install after concrete beam been hack, make good external housing corner veneer. Including alter family hall book cupboard door. $ 980.00 16 NEW METER COMPARTMENT a) Construct new concrete footing, brick walls, cement plaster, new aluminium door, PVC pipe sleeve for external (under the drain) and internal (from new compartment to building external wall area) make good damage floor tile. Relocate existing water meter to new compartment area. $ 6,850.00 17 GATE & FENCING a) Fabricate & install new wrought iron swing gate and auto swing motor system. (Malaysian Made) $ 4,890.00 b) Fabricate & install new wrought iron fence to replace existing. $ 950.00 c) Cement plaster existing low wall & column. $ 990.00 18 WOODEN DECK FENCING & CEMENT SCREED a) Dismantle, demolish existing brick wall fence and dispose away. $ 450.00 b) Construct 95 x 95mm wooden column, 100 x 50mm truss and 95 x 28mm desk strip. $ 10,500.00 c) Construct 95 x 20mm, wooden strip fencing. $ 6,400.00 d) Cement screed & base to existing floor. $ 840.00 19 ELECTRICAL WORKS a) Install new teak wood panel for new meter compartment. $ 320.00 b) Install 10mm x 3 main cable + 10mm earth cable from new compartment to new DB area. $ 2,850.00 c) Install new DB c/w 48 ways + earth pit $ 2,930.00 d) Install 10mm x 3 main cable + 10mm earth cable from 1st storey DB to 2nd storey DB $ 2,350.00 e) Install new sub DB c/w 32 ways + earthling. $ 1,750.00 f) Install 3 Nos of cat 6 and 2 Nos of 2 core cable from new compartment to new DB area. $ 950.00 g) Install new RG6 cable from new compartment to new DB area. $ 620.00 h) Install PVC pipe sleeve for open Net cable from new compartment to new DB area. $ 300.00 i) Install lighting conductor aluminium strip c/w 2 Nos of copper earth pit & inspection box. Including PE endorsement $ 3,800.00 j) Install new light point @$60.00 k) Install new 1x13A socket @$80.00 l) Install new 2x13A socket @$90.00 m) Install new telephone point @$100.00 n) Install new LAN point @$100.00 o) Install new SCV point @$105.00 p) Install new 15A heater point @$180.00 q) Install new 15A heater point (2 ways) @$260.00 r) Install new 20A Isolator @$230.00 s) Install new 32A Isolator @$280.00 t) Install light fitting @$12.00 u) Install ceiling fan @$40.00
  2. HI guys, I just received this quote for a new 4 Room BTO renovation (we opted for the tiles from HDB so this is not something that we need). Would appreciate advice to see if any of the following items seem out of place or if we missed out on anything. Thanks!
  3. Hi guys, my husband & I are intending to engage this contractor for our new 3 room BTO (65sqm). We are doing up the 2 toilets & kitchen walls/floors. And doing concrete screeded floors with epoxy coating (not too sure if we can appeal for screeding from HDB hence asking the contractor to quote). The only carpentry is the kitchen. Is the quotation reasonable? Any red flags? Thank you for your help!
  4. Hi all, recently i have engage a few contractor and i find this quotation the most reasonable, however i still need advise. can anyone tell me if this is acceptable and give me your opinion?
  5. Hi pal, buddy, bro & sis, I would like to take this opportunity to express gratitude to all my customers (pal, buddy, bros and sis) who had supported me for all these years. :wub: I value your trust in my suggestions and solutions which I had provided and also the continuous support/patronage for your ceiling fan and lighting needs. :wub: I will continue to do my very best to meet your service expectation and also your requirements for all your ceiling fan and lighting needs.... Your satisfaction is always my encouragement to strive harder..... MANY MANY THANKS again! and I look forward to serving you for many years to come.... :good: If you need any / suggestion / solution for your ceiling fan and lighting needs. Do not hesitate to email: salecfan@yahoo.com.sg or PM me.....
  6. Hi everyone, We are looking for renovation IDs/contractors for our 4rm new flat and received some quotes from IDs. Our experiences so far are OK, they all tend to miss out our design requirements here and there, even after meet up and re-quote. They are all so far out of our ideal budget. Please help us review and advise us.
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  8. Hey all, I finally decided on an ID for my new DBSS at Centrale at Tampines in last month. It was so tiring seeing one after another but I learnt a lot from my experiences and decided to choose this ID as she was earnest, knowledgeable and willing to take on my demands. Most importantly, very responsive. Also, their price was not the cheapest but the most reasonable and recommended me things that are not the most expensive but most suited to my case. I won't recommend them till my works are completed just to make sure. Will update as works progress. Description Master Bedroom 1 Design & Fabricate 6ft (w) x 8.5ft (h) feature wall with ABS trimming and laminated finish $1,275 2 Design & Fabricate 1.5ft (w) of full-height cabinet, addition of 2sqft of glass, on feature wall ABS trimming and laminated finish $395 3 Design & Fabricate 3ft (w) of sliding cabinet wardrobe, 4ft (w) of casement wardrobe, with ABS trimming and laminated finish $1,670 4 Dismantling & disposal of existing cabinet $200 5 Design & Fabricate 4ft (w) shelving with ABS trimming and laminated finish FOC Bedroom 2 6 Design and fabricate 3ft (w) sliding full wardrobe with storage with ABS trimming and laminated finish $750 7 Design and fabricate 4ft (w) full-height full wardrobe with storage with ABS trimming and laminated finish $920 8 Design and fabricate 2000mm (l) x 4ft (w) bed frame with ABS trimming and laminated finish, with addition of single pull-out bed $1,780 Bedroom 3 9 Design and fabricate 4ft (w) x 8ft (h) feature wall with ABS trimming and laminated finish $850 10 Design & Fabricate 1.5ft (w) of full-height cabinet, addition of 2sqft of glass, on feature wall ABS trimming and laminated finish $395 11 Design and fabricate 3ft (w) sliding full wardrobe with storage with ABS trimming and laminated finish $750 12 Design and fabricate 4ft (w) full-height full wardrobe with storage with ABS trimming and laminated finish $920 13 Design and fabricate 4ft (w) shelving with ABS trimming and laminated finish $200 Living Room 14 Design and fabricate 23ft (w) full-height storage feature wall with ABS trimming and laminated finish, addition of 2ft (w) pull-out table with allowance for mechanism $6,380 15 Design and fabricate 1.5ft (w) settee with ABS trimming and laminated finish $210 16 Addition of 80 sqft of tempered glass to feature wall $1,600 17 Design and fabricate 4ft (w) full-height cabinet with ABS trimming and laminated finish, with allowance for mechanism for pull-out shoe cabinet $1,220 18 Design and fabricate 7ft (w) sliding low-height cabinet with storage with ABS trimming and laminated finish $1,260 19 Design and fabricate 5ft (w) x 8ft (h) box up using gypsum board with ABS trimming and laminated finish $200 20 Design and fabricate 5ft (w) x 8ft (h) plywood backing with ABS trimming and laminated finish $720 Backyard 21 Design and fabricate 2 ft (w) full-height storage with ABS trimming and laminated finish $460 Kitchen 22 Design and fabricate 2 ft (w) top-hung cabinet with ABS trimming and laminated finish $280 23 Supply labour and material to install 16 sqft of crystal glass as kitchen backing $480 24 Design and fabricate 6ft (w) sliding glass door with aluminium track $1,860 False ceiling & L-box **** Room 25 Supply labour and material to install 32ft of L-box and 178.5 sqft false ceiling $577 26 Supply labour and material to install curtain pelmet at 3 bedrooms $140 Discount ($1,683) Total: $23,810
  9. Hello fellow house owners! this is my hubby and my first house and first renovation. we are really clueless if this is a good quote or not.. please help us out!
  10. quotation from a contractor. Any advice, contractor recommendations or help with checking prices would be greatly appreciated 3 room flat in tampines Just received a quotation from a contractor. Any advice, contractor recommendations or help with checking prices would be greatly appreciated 3 room flat in tampines
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    Hello all . I got a quotation for 4mm click vinyl floor at $2.80 psf for my 5 room resale house ( quotation ) high ? if I want to hack the existing floor and lay new 600 x 600 homogeneous tiles at $10 psf ( tile 2.80 psf ) price high ? please help , market is bad , need a lot of saving. many many thanks all .
  12. Hi all, I want to buy the corridor outside my flat. Any I.D or contractor has experience in such matters. I have checked with an electrician once and he mentioned that it was difficult to do rewiring because my neighbours at the lower floor who have already bought the corridor, rewired wrongly. I am not too sure in such. I believe anything electrical should be easy to overcome. Will appreciate any help. Thanks.
  13. Hi all, I want to buy the corridor outside my flat. Any I.D or contractor has experience in such matters. I have checked with an electrician once and he mentioned that it was difficult to do rewiring because my neighbours at the lower floor who have already bought the corridor, rewired wrongly. I am not too sure in such. I believe anything electrical should be easy to overcome. Will appreciate any help. Thanks.
  14. Hi guys, Please help me to review my quotation. I have chosen my tiles for the toilet. Master bedroom & Common toilet flooring is S$4.82/sqft Toilet walls is mainly S$3.21/sqft Feature wall in toilet is S$7.28/sqft Appreciate your comments and if it is still possible to ask for more discount. Mine is a 4-room, 93sqm new BTO with no flooring. Will do cement screeding by HDB.
  15. Hi guys, I am in the midst of my renovation - all is going reasonably well at the moment but just received a VO from my ID charging me "supply and re-run damaged concealed piping". It's for both common and main bathrooms at $600 each. I remember clearly that he said it was damaged when the walls were hacked. Few questions: 1. Is the damage expected? e.g. it is understandable when bathroom floor is hacked then the WC will be damaged and cannot be re-used so a new one needs to be purchased 2. Shall the homeowner (i.e. me) expected to pay for this cost? 3. Lastly, is $600 sound reasonable at all for the replacement? Will be speaking to my ID about this later today but I wish today what the industry practice/norm is. Thanks!
  16. Hi guys, I'm currently looking for ID/ Contractor to renovate my new 2rm HDB flat 45sqf. Need your expert advice regarding my following quotation. Is this reasonable? Thanks in advance!
  17. Hi all Looking for quotes for full reno for resale EA of 149sqm. Works include (but not limited to) : 1) hacking of kitchen cabinets and 2.5 walls 2) hacking of main door area to accommodate recess area 3) hacking utility door wall and 2 sides of common room walls 4) erecting half glass and full glass panels (to be discussed) 5) hacking of all flooring in living room, kitchen, bath bathrooms and recess area 6) tiling for all above areas 7) carpentry (to be discussed) Wish to know what is a good budget. Thanks!
  18. Hi, All. Just bought 4-room flat (about 90sqm.) We are trying to make our first home as cozy, stylish like a palace. :-) Overall hacking, over-lay and feature walls and indirect lights will be included and 1 entire room will be our dressing room with wardrobes by carpentry work. For our reno work, is it possible to reach more than $80K? just wanna know it can be that expensive..
  19. I need help for second opinion on my quotation. Don't know to go ahead with this because is slightly of my budget but my gut feeling tells me this ID is able to execute what I want base on the past project they did. Quotation for 4-room (92sqm) 1. Erect 2" H Kitchen Cabinet Base with cement plaster on top surface and tiles at the sides (Use spare tiles provided by HDB) : $600 2. Erect 2" H shower kerb at 2 baths (Use spare tiles provided by HDB) : $320 3. Purchase prepacked materials :$850 4. Upload materials and debris removal :$730 5. Supply and lay 60 x 60 cm homogenous tiles ($3/sqf) to living and 3 bedrooms flooring come with skirting: $8400 6. Install bronze alumni clear glass sliding window at yard without top hung (3tracks-3panels) :$700 7. Install 10mm thick clear tempered 1 fixed and 1 swing shower screen at master bath with hinges mounted to wall (wall to wall) :$560 8. Install 10mm thick s/blasted glass swing door at master bath entrance (s/blasted facing outside) standard size: $660 9. Install P/coat alumin acrylic panel PD door at common bath entrance (Selected pattern, standard size): $360 10. Construct Designer kitchen cabinet (Laminate with ABS edging inclusive soft closed hinges and draws with full extension tracks), Top and bottom 2.8m, include 2 tier stainless steel rack and frosted glass panel and cutlery tray. Installation of hood and hob: $3080 11. Fabricate kitchen island without cement base in laminate finish: 1.8m (w) x 0.8m (d) x 0.9m (h): $2000 12. Fabricate quartz worktop for kitchen cabinet and island: $2080 13. Fabricate sliding panel wardrobe at master room in laminate finish. (Come with internal fitting storage system) 2.2m: $2480 14. Fabricate queen size bed frame in laminate finish (1.5m (w) x 0.3m (h)) with storage on one side: $1800 15. Painting Nippon vinilex 5000 matt finish to internal wall and martex white to ceiling. Choice of 5 max colours and multiple trips: $1700 16. Chemical wash (if applicable) and general cleaning: $350 17. Laying protection sheets for affected areas: $300 18. Supply and install 3 veneer (Semi-core) door with round knob: $870 (Top up $40 each door for solid wood) 19. Plumbing (Labour charge only) a. Sink/basin and tap x3 sets : $360 b. Bath accessories x 2 sets : $120 c. Spray gun and mini valve x 2 sets: $120 d. Extension of piping for sink :$60 e. Run exposed pipe after city gas: $360 f. Rainshower at master: $120 20. Electrical work: $1500 base cost (Any additional work will incur top up) 21. Design and space planning fees (Consultation, colour & material proposal, site supervision & coordination, perspective drawing for carpentry works, submission to HDB/BCA) :$1300 Total cost: $31660 (NETT) Confirmation fee: $2000 (Can be deducted out from final amount) + 7%GST Do help me and feel free to comment and advice how do I ask ID to lower the quote. Thank you so much
  20. I need a quotation for repairing the current defects at home. My budget is below $20,000. Repair wall to make it even and repaint for whole house Repair study room old electrical trunking Repair common toilet wall and water pipe New kitchen cabinet door (solid oak) Repair wall behind skirting for whole house PM me for more detailed floor plan.
  21. Hi All, Anyone engaged ID Urban Habitat Design for their reno? How is the workmanship and service? We received a quote from them and is reasonable compared to engaging Contractors. However their payment term is not flexible. Asking 10% Upon confirmation, 40% before commencement of site and Masonry works , 40% before confirmation and fabrication of carpentry and 10% Handover. Although this is standard payment terms, we tried negotiating but not successful. 50% payment required even before starting any work. Appreciate any feedback.
  22. Hi, we've finalised our layout and received the following quotation from our ID. Is it reasonable for a 3-room BTO (68sqm), and how else can it be improved? We're not looking for absolute cheapest because we believe in design and quality. But if there are items which jump out as unreasonably expensive or something missed out, please help us to flag. Do note our layout is not the traditional 3-room layout as our Master Bedroom will takeover the space in the existing Living Room, and we will hack the walls between the existing bedrooms to form 1 big Living/Work room. So the measurements may be a bit strange. Thank you in advance.
  23. My first experience in choosing IDs so far: I uploaded my floor plan on Renotalk website and requested for quotations. Initially, I was flooded with many calls from several IDs. Almost all of them AGAIN! asked me to send the floor plan to them, even though I uploaded the floor plan on the website in the first place. Also all the IDs wanted to meet me and see the site. I asked all the IDs to drop me an email with their first quote based on the floor plan and my initial requirements for me to consider before I can meet them up. If not, I need to spend next many weeks just to meet them all! Surprisingly, most of the IDs never send me any email after the call. Only a handful few sent me emails some with standard package offers inspite of me mentioning what I wanted to do! Few of them sent me intro email and after that no response! I was impressed by Vincent Blog (http://www.vincentinteriorblog.com/) on his knowledge and advice to new home owners like me. I reached out to Vincent and sent him my floor plan and requested for quotations. (similar to Renotalk). I was recommended to 2 IDs by Vincent. Unfortunately AGAIN, no response by both the recommended IDs, inspite of me waiting for over 3 weeks for them to respond! Looks like every ID in this business is very busy with loads of projects! Appears to me that ID business is a good business to be in! In the next part, I will write about my experience in shortlisting the ID’s – thanks to the Renotalk friends feedback and some personal contacts.
  24. Hi all, I've recently just booked my new 4-rm SBF flat and I'll be getting my keys soon. My flat does not comes with flooring for living room and 3 bedrooms. Only HDB default floor and wall tiles in kitchen and 2 toilets. I will be going for resilient vinyl flooring all living room and 3 BRs. Kitchen and toilet floor and wall I'm going for homogeneous tiles. I will be appealing for HDB cement screeding in order for me to lay the vinyl flooring. I will also plan to hack down partial of the kitchen wall and 1st bedroom wall. Can any laojiaos here provide me a checklist of the renovation process I should check or receive from renovation contractors? (not going for ID) Some people say flooring goes first, electricity goes first, wetwork/masonry works goes first, plumbing or aircon piping etc. But I am not too sure for my case. The renovation should involves the following, if I'm not wrong: 1) hacking of walls, 2) vinyl flooring installation / homo tiles overlaying, 3) aircon piping, 4) aluminium/glass work for hacked walls, 5) kitchen table top, 6) blinds, 7) electricity/lightings, 8) carpentry (kitchen cupboards, wardrobes etc) 9) painting (walls), 10) plumbing I'm not too sure which one should comes before/after each. Please feel free to add in to the checklist. For all your advices! Thanks.
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