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Hi De_princess.. i was also quoted 2.8k for the whole hse, 5rm! got a shock.. i'm getting them to send me the breakdown.. can share with me your quotation?

very normal mah. our resale 5-rm whole unit rewiring cost us $3075 :thumbs up:

unit prices as below:

Lighting point $28

13A Single power point $38

13A double power point $48

SCV point $85

New telephone point $40

Heater point $80

Install light $8

Dimmer $40

2-way switch $40

Install Doorbell $15

MDB box $300

Aircon point $80

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I got the quotes..

unit pricing:

supply & install new wire looping lighting points (what's this??) $38

supply & install 2 way switch lighting point $55

labour to install ceiling fan $60

supply & install scv point $110

supply & install tel point $40

supply & install 20a aircon point $180

supply & install 13A double power point $65

labour to install lighting $8

labour to shift existing power point $40

installation of door bell $0

cornetto.. i think your pricing much better than mine... =(

 

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hi all,

my house is old estate, and i having electric hob, can i request to have 15amps powerpoint? but i already have an approved aircon 15amp point already. So can additional another powerpoint right?

 

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Must ask ur electrician to apply for permit then instil already must ask PUB to come for inspect.Total damage around $450-500 for extra 15amps point.

If ur side is going through Main upgraded then no isuse otherwise must apply cos old block power loading very little unlike new flats.

 

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so ex for extra permit? as my electrician gave me an quotation and i roughly go thru extra air-con pt cost abt $90. Wonder will it be $450 to $500? thanks anyway. My blk is not going any upgrading.

 

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Must ask ur electrician to apply for permit then instil already must ask PUB to come for inspect.Total damage around $450-500 for extra 15amps point.

If ur side is going through Main upgraded then no isuse otherwise must apply cos old block power loading very little unlike new flats.

PUB inspection not necessary right? So will be cheaper ?Mine is also old flat not main upgrading ....

 

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very normal mah. our resale 5-rm whole unit rewiring cost us $3075 :deal:

unit prices as below:

Lighting point $28

13A Single power point $38

13A double power point $48

SCV point $85

New telephone point $40

Heater point $80

Install light $8

Dimmer $40

2-way switch $40

Install Doorbell $15

MDB box $300

Aircon point $80

Hi Cornetto,

Can you share your electrician contact please?

What is MDB box? Is it a must to change?

Thank you!

Cheers,

BQ

 

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My contractor quote me $1500 for my electrical for 4 rooms flat. but the problem is , i only shift some point here and there. I find it very ex.. but before i can say ok, he already done the shifting, can i still ask him lower down the price ?

 

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My contractor quote me $1500 for my electrical for 4 rooms flat. but the problem is , i only shift some point here and there. I find it very ex.. but before i can say ok, he already done the shifting, can i still ask him lower down the price ?

u tell him u didn't confirm and ask him why he go and shift without informing u all, then ask him to give u a breakdown of how many switches he shifted and how much is per shift. from there u will know if he overcharge. one new powerpoint socket is only $40 and $50 for a double and also includes new switches. for shifting of sockets u gotta ask cos i din do it b4

 

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