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post Oct 18 2020, 07:19 PM

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Hi Feifeikon, can pm your contact pls.

I just got my keys to my condo, would like to get a quotation from you.

Thank you!
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post Oct 20 2020, 12:31 PM

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Hello, have anyone tried the Makeover guys before? I have just asked for their quotation, price a bit high I'm not sure about if it's worth it or not...
TSFeifeikon
post Oct 26 2020, 10:40 AM

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QUOTE(terryfu @ Oct 5 2020, 08:46 PM)
No need. Normal door will do
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please check your pm . biggrin.gif
TSFeifeikon
post Oct 26 2020, 10:45 AM

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QUOTE(amoi_amoi2 @ Oct 7 2020, 03:04 PM)
last time I check with LK cabinet maker they minimum cabinet order 10k
I'm surprise how come they so LC don do small cabinet .
1480 mm wardrobe you do ?
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because if only 2 or 3k cabinet cannot cover the cost
cost for material + labour + transport +discussion x 3times
normally carpenter provide this service for previous customer it for service biggrin.gif
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post Oct 26 2020, 10:48 AM

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QUOTE(longpants @ Oct 13 2020, 02:05 AM)
Hi Sifu need some advice coz I’m looking into sub sale condo with existing built in Kitchen cabinet with table top but I’m no expert in this. The table tops still looks good but only the sink area the wood doesn’t look good anymore.
1. Instead of tearing the whole thing for a rebuild, can the particular area be refurbished (e.g. change board, etc) ?
2. If I plan to keep the Existing kitchen cabinet but just plan to do retiling of the entire kitchen floor, can the cabinets be temporarily removed for the retiling? Or do you have a better suggestion?
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1.sure no problem
2.removed the cabinet and retiling is the best choose biggrin.gif
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post Oct 26 2020, 10:49 AM

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QUOTE(ho-ll @ Oct 13 2020, 11:28 PM)
Hi, I have a 20 year-old apartment (Size: 1105sqft), which I have the intention to do renovation with the following scope:

1. Toilet x 2 (Tiling, new sink & toilet bowl)
2. Plaster ceiling in 90% area
3. Flooring (Remove existing tiles & parquet, install tiles)
4. Kitchen cabinet
5. Lighting
6. Painting

With the scope above, looking for advice if RM80K-100K budget would be sufficient? Thank you!
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your budget can get extra cabinet as well thumbsup.gif
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post Oct 26 2020, 10:50 AM

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QUOTE(HAMILYSER @ Oct 18 2020, 07:19 PM)
Hi Feifeikon, can pm your contact pls.

I just got my keys to my condo, would like to get a quotation from you.

Thank you!
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sure please check your pm .
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post Oct 26 2020, 10:54 AM

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QUOTE(thelifechangingme @ Oct 20 2020, 12:31 PM)
Hello, have anyone tried the Makeover guys before? I have just asked for their quotation, price a bit high I'm not sure about if it's worth it or not...
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they focus on Property service+Renovation package .
it's worth because you no need headache go everywhere to source the furniture ,
especially now CMCO . thumbup.gif

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post Oct 26 2020, 04:49 PM

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QUOTE(Feifeikon @ Oct 26 2020, 10:54 AM)
they focus on Property service+Renovation package .
it's worth because you no need headache go everywhere to source the furniture ,
especially now CMCO .  thumbup.gif
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Yeah true, but i see most of the products they have in the package are Ikea products which are for decoration and I dont really need them... what I think it's worth is probably the lighting services and wallpaper from them, which will be super headache for me. Anyone has any feedback? Still contemplating...
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post Oct 26 2020, 11:47 PM

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QUOTE(thelifechangingme @ Oct 26 2020, 04:49 PM)
Yeah true, but i see most of the products they have in the package are Ikea products which are for decoration and I dont really need them... what I think it's worth is probably the lighting services and wallpaper from them, which will be super headache for me. Anyone has any feedback? Still contemplating...
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From friend who got them to renovate her rental properties:

1) Very hands off experience. You can't customise much beyond choosing to add/remove items. They give you a set of themes based on past projects, you chose the theme, and they'll decorate for you.

2) Quality of furnishings is so-so. Looks great on camera to attract tenants but might not hold well for long term.

3) When you get their package your contacts will be "sold" to them to a client pool where they'll supposedly look for tenants for you.

4) Recommended if you're having an old investment property you're having troubles renting out and need refurbishing, and you want to target more upper class/expat tenants. But if own stay and/or it's still a relatively new unit with decent workmanship, and you want to rent locally for cheaper, not really recommended because it's not exactly ideal design sense for local market. Selling point is that it's cheap, fuss-free, and very photogenic design. So if that's what you want, feel free to engage them.
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post Nov 1 2020, 06:41 PM

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QUOTE(DragonReine @ Oct 26 2020, 11:47 PM)
From friend who got them to renovate her rental properties:

1) Very hands off experience. You can't customise much beyond choosing to add/remove items. They give you a set of themes based on past projects, you chose the theme, and they'll decorate for you.

2) Quality of furnishings is so-so. Looks great on camera to attract tenants but might not hold well for long term.

3) When you get their package your contacts will be "sold" to them to a client pool where they'll supposedly look for tenants for you.

4) Recommended if you're having an old investment property you're having troubles renting out and need refurbishing, and you want to target more upper class/expat tenants. But if own stay and/or it's still a relatively new unit with decent workmanship,  and you want to rent locally for cheaper, not really recommended because it's not exactly ideal design sense for local market. Selling point is that it's cheap, fuss-free, and very photogenic design. So if that's what you want, feel free to engage them.
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I see, then i don't think it suits me because I'm looking to stay in this property myself, would want quality more than anything to live comfortably. Thank you so much for the feedbacks, really helps a lot!
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post Nov 16 2020, 05:19 PM

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QUOTE(DragonReine @ Oct 26 2020, 11:47 PM)
From friend who got them to renovate her rental properties:

1) Very hands off experience. You can't customise much beyond choosing to add/remove items. They give you a set of themes based on past projects, you chose the theme, and they'll decorate for you.

2) Quality of furnishings is so-so. Looks great on camera to attract tenants but might not hold well for long term.

3) When you get their package your contacts will be "sold" to them to a client pool where they'll supposedly look for tenants for you.

4) Recommended if you're having an old investment property you're having troubles renting out and need refurbishing, and you want to target more upper class/expat tenants. But if own stay and/or it's still a relatively new unit with decent workmanship,  and you want to rent locally for cheaper, not really recommended because it's not exactly ideal design sense for local market. Selling point is that it's cheap, fuss-free, and very photogenic design. So if that's what you want, feel free to engage them.
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thank you sharing this information ya thumbup.gif

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