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On 9/16/2019 at 4:03 PM, Woowee said:

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share my renovation experience with a direct contractor for my 5-room Resale HDB. I initially plan to revamp the whole house but wasn’t sure of how to approach it. After a few conversations with friends and family, I was assured that going with a good contractor would be the best approach as it saves cost for me.

Contractors don’t provide 3D Renders, only 2D but that was more than good enough for me as I already had a clear idea on what I wanted to do with the space. As I spend a lot of time in the kitchen, I was looking for the best materials that can withstand the wear and tear of daily use.
I was introduced to a contractor that had a very interesting new material for building kitchen cabinets.

Apparently, they are the first in Singapore that have brought in a durable cabinet door material that is either scratch-proof or water-proof, depending on the option you choose.Also, the style of the cabinet doors are Victorian which is actually my absolute favourite! What is also amazing is that the material is stain proof with stainless steel finish. My young kid drew something with permanent marker on one of the doors (so naughty right!) and I was actually able to just wipe it off after spraying with magic clean solution!

All in all, I must say that my experience with this contractor was wonderful. I was convinced by the kitchen cabinets actually, but the services rendered and final quality of everything else was really exceptional.
There were some piping issues in my toilet that they managed to rectify and cover up to make it look like a brand new BTO toilet!
I am more than delighted with my renovations and I can’t wait to move in!

Here are some photos of our reno process and final completion. Good luck with your home renovation 😊

 

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Hi possible to email me your contractor's contact and the quote your were given? Would really appreciate it! My email is

willitberocca@gmail.com

Thanks so much!

 

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Hi Woowee, your house looks awesome, we wanted to renovate our old house toilet too! Appreciate it you could let us know your contractor details and how much roughly you spent on the toilets?

Thank you so much!

 

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On 9/16/2019 at 4:03 PM, Woowee said:

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share my renovation experience with a direct contractor for my 5-room Resale HDB. I initially plan to revamp the whole house but wasn’t sure of how to approach it. After a few conversations with friends and family, I was assured that going with a good contractor would be the best approach as it saves cost for me.

Contractors don’t provide 3D Renders, only 2D but that was more than good enough for me as I already had a clear idea on what I wanted to do with the space. As I spend a lot of time in the kitchen, I was looking for the best materials that can withstand the wear and tear of daily use.
I was introduced to a contractor that had a very interesting new material for building kitchen cabinets.

Apparently, they are the first in Singapore that have brought in a durable cabinet door material that is either scratch-proof or water-proof, depending on the option you choose.Also, the style of the cabinet doors are Victorian which is actually my absolute favourite! What is also amazing is that the material is stain proof with stainless steel finish. My young kid drew something with permanent marker on one of the doors (so naughty right!) and I was actually able to just wipe it off after spraying with magic clean solution!

All in all, I must say that my experience with this contractor was wonderful. I was convinced by the kitchen cabinets actually, but the services rendered and final quality of everything else was really exceptional.
There were some piping issues in my toilet that they managed to rectify and cover up to make it look like a brand new BTO toilet!
I am more than delighted with my renovations and I can’t wait to move in!

Here are some photos of our reno process and final completion. Good luck with your home renovation 😊

 

20190916_152801.jpg

20190916_152747.jpg

20190916_152718.jpg

20190916_152557.jpg

20190916_152610.jpg

20190916_152441.jpg

20190916_152508.jpg

20190916_153632.jpg

20190916_153536.jpg

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Hi your photos look great! I’m also deliberating if to go to ID or a good contractor but I don’t know of any. Can you pass me your contractor’s contact please? Thanks !

 

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On 9/16/2019 at 4:03 PM, Woowee said:

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to share my renovation experience with a direct contractor for my 5-room Resale HDB. I initially plan to revamp the whole house but wasn’t sure of how to approach it. After a few conversations with friends and family, I was assured that going with a good contractor would be the best approach as it saves cost for me.

Contractors don’t provide 3D Renders, only 2D but that was more than good enough for me as I already had a clear idea on what I wanted to do with the space. As I spend a lot of time in the kitchen, I was looking for the best materials that can withstand the wear and tear of daily use.
I was introduced to a contractor that had a very interesting new material for building kitchen cabinets.

Apparently, they are the first in Singapore that have brought in a durable cabinet door material that is either scratch-proof or water-proof, depending on the option you choose.Also, the style of the cabinet doors are Victorian which is actually my absolute favourite! What is also amazing is that the material is stain proof with stainless steel finish. My young kid drew something with permanent marker on one of the doors (so naughty right!) and I was actually able to just wipe it off after spraying with magic clean solution!

All in all, I must say that my experience with this contractor was wonderful. I was convinced by the kitchen cabinets actually, but the services rendered and final quality of everything else was really exceptional.
There were some piping issues in my toilet that they managed to rectify and cover up to make it look like a brand new BTO toilet!
I am more than delighted with my renovations and I can’t wait to move in!

Here are some photos of our reno process and final completion. Good luck with your home renovation 😊

 

20190916_152801.jpg

20190916_152747.jpg

20190916_152718.jpg

20190916_152557.jpg

20190916_152610.jpg

20190916_152441.jpg

20190916_152508.jpg

20190916_153632.jpg

20190916_153536.jpg

20190916_153730.jpg

20190916_153806.jpg

20190916_152850.jpg

20190916_153751.jpg

20190916_152947.jpg

20190916_153053.jpg

20190916_153653.jpg

20190916_153017.jpg

20190916_152910.jpg

 

Hi, can you PM me your contractor details?

 

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