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Can anyone kindly advise me what does WET Work mean? Can Painting and Plastering also be considered as part of WET Work?

Yes, tiling work, Cornice also inclusive

 

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Can anyone kindly advise me what does WET Work mean? Can Painting and Plastering also be considered as part of WET Work?

hi Grace,

i think different contractors will use different heading/sub-section for their quotations. it also depends on the scope of your reno, eg. whether your flooring is tiles thruout, etc. "masonry works" is interchangeable with wet works. both mean the same thing.

the scope of wet works for my quotation include those works involving the two bathrooms only:

supply building material (cement, chemical cement, white cement, W1 bonding and sand)

supply floor and wall tiles (usually will specify price range or you can choose to buy your own)

supply labour to lay floor and wall tiles

supply 104 quickseal waterproofing membrane before laying floor tiles

labour and materials to construct shower kerb or bath tub support

if any hacking or change position of toilet doors, then cost of erecting new wall and patching up old entrance with hollow block

if you are using tiles for your whole house + kitchen, then wet works will include:

lay floor tiles ****/dining/storeroom bedrooms c/w skirting

lay floor and wall tiles at kitchen c/w waterproofing treatment

level up kitchen with EPF (if doing)

construct kitchen cabinet base

replace rubbish chute

erecting any walls eg in storeroom

for my quotation, plastering and painting works is under separate heading.

i got a quotation which is very clear using these headings:

1. Demolition Works

2. Masonry Works = wet works

3. Plastering Works

4. Plumbing Works

5. Door Works

6. Aluminium Works

7. Electrical Works

8. Ceiling Works

9. Carpentry Works

10. Painting Works

hope this helps!

good luck on your reno!

 

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hi Grace,

i think different contractors will use different heading/sub-section for their quotations. it also depends on the scope of your reno, eg. whether your flooring is tiles thruout, etc. "masonry works" is interchangeable with wet works. both mean the same thing.

the scope of wet works for my quotation include those works involving the two bathrooms only:

supply building material (cement, chemical cement, white cement, W1 bonding and sand)

supply floor and wall tiles (usually will specify price range or you can choose to buy your own)

supply labour to lay floor and wall tiles

supply 104 quickseal waterproofing membrane before laying floor tiles

labour and materials to construct shower kerb or bath tub support

if any hacking or change position of toilet doors, then cost of erecting new wall and patching up old entrance with hollow block

if you are using tiles for your whole house + kitchen, then wet works will include:

lay floor tiles ****/dining/storeroom bedrooms c/w skirting

lay floor and wall tiles at kitchen c/w waterproofing treatment

level up kitchen with EPF (if doing)

construct kitchen cabinet base

replace rubbish chute

erecting any walls eg in storeroom

for my quotation, plastering and painting works is under separate heading.

i got a quotation which is very clear using these headings:

1. Demolition Works

2. Masonry Works = wet works

3. Plastering Works

4. Plumbing Works

5. Door Works

6. Aluminium Works

7. Electrical Works

8. Ceiling Works

9. Carpentry Works

10. Painting Works

hope this helps!

good luck on your reno!

Demolition should be under preparation work, Plumbing can never be under wet work, can only classify under M & E at most, Door, Aluminium are under architectural work and carpentry is independent

 

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