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Electrical Quotation For 4-Room Bto

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Hi

I just got my keys to my unit and we're anxious about getting it renovated. However, i've always heard scary stories about overcharging and poor workmanship etc... It doesn't make it better to have spoken to 2 contractors and i could sense that they were more about fleecing me off, hence i decided to get piecemeal quotations on my own to validate the price. I'm on renovation loan like many of us, so i hope i'm paying the right price for it.

Help me, let me know if the pricing i'm getting is reasonable! I don't want to pay too low and get slipshod work too.

1. Lighting Points - $30 ea

2. Single Socket - $45 ea

3. Double Socket - $55 ea

4. Instant Heater Installation - $50

5. Hood/Hob/Oven Point - $80 ea

6. Telephone Point - $50 ea

7. SCV Point - $90 ea

8. SCV/Data/Power Loose Wire Extension for TV Console - $30 ea

9. Data Point - $90 ea

10. Downlight Installation - $10 ea

11. Ceiling Light Installation - $20 ea

12. Wall Fan Installation - $20 ea

13. Ceiling Fan Installation - $25 ea

Hope to have your advice!

Hi Kelvin,

Can PM me the electrician contact?

At the same time, would like to hear your reviews about his works so far.

Many thanks in advance.

 

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Hi Guys,

Those who posted here and PM'ed me, i tried my best to reply already.

If anyone still needs it or i missed it, just let me know.

I'm done with renovating my flat, and all is well. My partner prefers not to share photos as it's private, but if my word counts for anything, it's great. The same contractor helped me with electrical and LED lighting (20-50% below what balestier/jalan besar shops are charging) in-house, but also happen to be a general contractor for carpentry, vinyl flooring, solid surface and plumbing.

I'm getting him to help with my office's renovation as well.

So hope this good contractor will be able to serve more of the bros and sis here.

All the best! :)

Hi @kelvintan

I appreciate if you can share your contractor/electrical contacts. Thanks in advance!

 

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Hi Guys,

Those who posted here and PM'ed me, i tried my best to reply already.

If anyone still needs it or i missed it, just let me know.

I'm done with renovating my flat, and all is well. My partner prefers not to share photos as it's private, but if my word counts for anything, it's great. The same contractor helped me with electrical and LED lighting (20-50% below what balestier/jalan besar shops are charging) in-house, but also happen to be a general contractor for carpentry, vinyl flooring, solid surface and plumbing.

I'm getting him to help with my office's renovation as well.

So hope this good contractor will be able to serve more of the bros and sis here.

All the best! :)

Hi Kelvin,

I getting my BTO flat soon, would you please PM me the electrican contact too or drop to my mail at mikewong@amtek.com.sg

BTW, does he also do renovation on flooring, wardrobe & cabinets, thanks for your advise.

 

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Hi Kelvin, could you share the contact for your electrician? About to start my reno soon and the quote from my contractor is on the high side. Thanks in advance!

 

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Replied most of you, hope i haven't missed anyone out!

stitch85, seems like it's common for contractors to charge by per point. You wouldn't want them to charge by lump sum instead, which can be a lot less transparent. I guess the price is broken down for lighting point and lighting installation because different type of appliance has different effort, and hence the costs of installation. For example, a downlight has the same type of lighting point (cabling) as a ceiling light, but installing a ceiling light costs a bit more as drilling is required.

Hi Kelvin, it must be all you're getting now but can you PM your electrician's contact? How is his work? My 5rm BTO was uted about $4.5k for electrical works, which, looking at the general pricing on Renotalk, is quite a fair bit more. Thanks in advance!

Dave & Liz

 

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