- Interior design & Space planning
- Furniture layout plan
- Colour & materials proposal
- Consultation & project management
- Design proposal & 3D Perspective drawing
- Apply HDB renovation permit
- Hack existing floor & wall finish at kitchen area
- Dismantle existing kitchen cabinet.
- Demolish existing motor base
- Apply waterproofing membrane on kitchen
- Lay homogenous floor tiles c/w HDB approved prepacked cement at kitchen
- Lay homogenous wall tiles c/w HDB approved prepacked cement at kitchen
- Construct 50mm kitchen motor base c/w side tiling
- Construct 50mm washing machine base c/w full tiling
- All tiles priced at $3.20/psf
- Tiles size (30 X 30cm) & (30 X 60cm)
- Fabricate & install 20ft kitchen cabinet c/w ABS trimming & laminate finish
- Soft Close Hinges for All Casement Doors
- 3 Sets of Soft Closing drawer
- 1 set of stainless steel dish drainer.
- 1 set of cutlery tray.
TIPS OF HDB BTO
A very common question is – why are resale renovation projects always more expensive than a brand new BTO one?
Hacking and Removal Works
New homeowners of resale flats usually have to remove or demolish any built-in or additional features left by the previous homeowners. Be it the floor tiles or a feature wall, these usually represent extra costs simply for the time and manpower to remove them.
Repairs and Fixes
It is common knowledge that things in a home wear out tear after years of usage. After years of living in a unit, you can be very sure there are a few things that need repair – be it the plumbing, piping or flooring of a home.
Resale (older) Units Are Usually Bigger in Size
According to a government statistic, the average size of homes has been decreasing over the years. What it means is that resale units are usually bigger than brand new ones, and the larger area renovated logically converts into higher costs.