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Is This Quote Expensive - Small Job Only?

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Hello,

Need advise please... Is this quote for a small job (kitchen renovation only) fm my contractor expensive? I'm using this contractor mainly for demolish and tiling jobs. The kitchen carpentry will be done by another ID which specialises in kitchens.

1) Demolish kitchen flooring, dismantle kitchen cabinet, storeroom shelving, bathroom vanity cabinet and mirror --> $750

2) Haulage fee --> $100

3) Supply and lay homogenuos tiles in kitchen, service yard --> $800

4) Labour to disconnect and re-connect kitchen tap when cabinet done --> 120

5) Labour & tools to shift dining light --> 50

6) Flush level 1 Mstr bedroom wall and 1 kid's bedroom wall with gypsum board --> $400

7) Shift and installation of 13nos of downlights --> $195

8) Seal up existing downlight holes --> 120

9) Supply and Paint 2 bedrooms, storeroom and 5 door frames --> $860

TOTAL: S$3395.00

 

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i actually find it very reasonable, especially for a small scale job.

Hacking of floors are usually not cheap. Please ensure that they also make good the walls that may be affected by the hacking.

 

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Hi KittyJems,

We'd like to do some small renovations in our kitchen and bedroom too.

Please tell us the contact of your contractor, thank you.

Hi there,

I've PM you the contact details of my contractor. *good luck*

 

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Hello,

Need advise please... Is this quote for a small job (kitchen renovation only) fm my contractor expensive? I'm using this contractor mainly for demolish and tiling jobs. The kitchen carpentry will be done by another ID which specialises in kitchens.

1) Demolish kitchen flooring, dismantle kitchen cabinet, storeroom shelving, bathroom vanity cabinet and mirror --> $750

2) Haulage fee --> $100

3) Supply and lay homogenuos tiles in kitchen, service yard --> $800

4) Labour to disconnect and re-connect kitchen tap when cabinet done --> 120

5) Labour & tools to shift dining light --> 50

6) Flush level 1 Mstr bedroom wall and 1 kid's bedroom wall with gypsum board --> $400

7) Shift and installation of 13nos of downlights --> $195

8) Seal up existing downlight holes --> 120

9) Supply and Paint 2 bedrooms, storeroom and 5 door frames --> $860

TOTAL: S$3395.00

Hi KJ, price is reasonable as a small job like this :yamseng:

 

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Hi KJ, price is reasonable as a small job like this :yamseng:

Hi Tiler Seng,

Thanks so much for your advise. Getting reassurance from an experienced professional such as yourself, makes me feel much better. Cos my first time doing small job reno. Scared to be become carrot. :P

 

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Just a quick update on my contractor as I'm towards the final home run of my mini home reno. Despite my Reno being a small job, he has been a really responsible contractor. Each day, before the start of works, he will be at my place to brief all the workers/ sub con their job requirements. Then he'll talk to me to check on my satisfaction with progress, give me updates and ideas on improvements (if required). Ive even thrown him a few last minute curve balls and he responded to each additional request with a smile. Where additional works were required, he always provided a add-on quotation with all prices and items listed clearly. Only when I gave the green light, then he proceeded.

Should anyone require pics of his work or his contacts, do feel free to contact me. I'll be glad to share. Else you can take a look at my T-Blog. More pics coming up there.

P/s: I'm not related to him in any way. Just want to pay back the forum for all the many advises and information I've obtained these few months. This forum has been a huge help in guiding me in my Reno journey.

 

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