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hi duckweed

no problem.. can get ur contractor or electrician to fix one switch for u at the planter box / balcony

thanks for the advice, isasoap. hope you are enjoying your new place. i still have a long way to go.... reno not starting any time soon.

 

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thanks for the advice, isasoap. hope you are enjoying your new place. i still have a long way to go.... reno not starting any time soon.

hi duckweed

the reno was pretty fast but the unpacking was not hahahaha

we are still unpacking and re-arranging the stuff...

and some of my furnitures have not arrived yet.. so felt very empty too! hehe

but been enjoying the pool.

 

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we cannot fill up the planter box cos there is a drainage pipe there...

the contractor made a frame and laid the wood on the frame cos

our development doesn't allow drilling to be done.

so it is hollow beneath the changai wood.

this is the planter box after decking with wood

p1060296kk2.jpg

hi

i also wanted to deck my planter box with chengai, can you advise on much it costs and who did it for you or give me the contact of the person who it for you.

thanks in advance.

 

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Possible to make a recommendation for the contractor for your timber decking if you feel that they've done an excellent job with your place?

I am looking for a reliable one that provides good workmanship with reasonable pricing. Got any contacts to share please? My unit has 2 planters and am thinking of decking them out with chengai wood. :)

Thanks heaps!

 

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Appreciate if anyone can PM me their contractor contact and quote for the planter box work.

Thanks.

I am interested to know too.

Is it possble to use the planter area for storage of brooms etc after decking it - ie do a moveable decking?

Thanks

 

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Hi,

I am interested to do chengai decking for my planter too. Appreciate if you could let me know the quote and contractor for the decking? Thks alot. :help:

 

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we cannot fill up the planter box cos there is a drainage pipe there...

the contractor made a frame and laid the wood on the frame cos

our development doesn't allow drilling to be done.

so it is hollow beneath the changai wood.

this is the planter box after decking with wood

p1060296kk2.jpg

Hi Isasoap,

Could you let me know the contact of the contractor you used and the quote? I am thinking of decking mine too. Thanks!

 

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Hi Isasoap,

Could you let me know the contact of the contractor you used and the quote? I am thinking of decking mine too. Thanks!

It should be ard $700-$1000, depend on the area and also what type of wood u using..

 

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This is nice!

Can also hide your valuables below? Haha :)

we cannot fill up the planter box cos there is a drainage pipe there...

the contractor made a frame and laid the wood on the frame cos

our development doesn't allow drilling to be done.

so it is hollow beneath the changai wood.

this is the planter box after decking with wood

p1060296kk2.jpg

 

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The planter wood looks neat and gorgeous! and it matches the surrounding greenery. :)

Are the planks removable for cleaning? What if smthg like earrings fall into the gaps? Or worse a hideout for pests?

yes they are removable. Usually quite a few planks make up one block. hence, it can be quite heavy.

I just did mine for my apt... and honestly, it is really quite heavy..

 

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