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post Jun 8 2007, 03:13 PM

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finally, this thread pinned thumbup.gif . Big thanks to Mod.
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post Sep 12 2007, 08:17 PM

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topic pinned !!! good job!!!
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post Oct 17 2007, 12:42 PM

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i agree... this thread should be pinned long ago... kekeke... thanks to this thread, now almost all people on the developer side knows me... submitted hundred over defects item to them... kekeke... btw, it just small items like 5 cents dirt on wall... i asked them to repaint ! kekeke....
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QUOTE(stormchaser @ Oct 17 2007, 12:42 PM)
i agree... this thread should be pinned long ago... kekeke... thanks to this thread, now almost all people on the developer side knows me... submitted hundred over defects item to them... kekeke... btw, it just small items like 5 cents dirt on wall... i asked them to repaint ! kekeke....
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u can submit as much as u can , but they will always left out some undone..... doh.gif
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post Oct 25 2007, 11:50 PM

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wow, this is just in time.

hello everyone! need some advice ..

I've submitted the defect list to the site supervisor, and now I found some more, can I submit again? will it "reset" my submission time? heheh...

ok, seriously, I may not be able to wait for all the defects to fix. If I ask my contractor to start renovation works (but do not affect the defect area, will this void the right that I have? Do I have to wait till the defect fix b4 do reno?
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u can submit as many list as u can during the warranty period .... the additional list u submit will top up the previous one if they havent completed fixing the previous list....
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post Oct 26 2007, 12:07 AM

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QUOTE(marchkingdom @ Oct 25 2007, 11:50 PM)
wow, this is just in time.

hello everyone! need some advice ..

I've submitted the defect list to the site supervisor, and now I found some more, can I submit again? will it "reset" my submission time? heheh...

ok, seriously, I may not be able to wait for all the defects to fix. If I ask my contractor to start renovation works (but do not affect the defect area, will this void the right that I have? Do I have to wait till the defect fix b4 do reno?
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Why bother about fixing when u are planning a renovation alrady? Unless it's major, there is no point getting ur cents worth.
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post Oct 26 2007, 12:21 AM

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QUOTE(redken @ Oct 26 2007, 12:07 AM)
Why bother about fixing when u are planning a renovation alrady? Unless it's major, there is no point getting ur cents worth.
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err..yeah, some is major. For example, I got a broken sewage pipe between upper floor toilet to ground floor sweat.gif
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QUOTE(marchkingdom @ Oct 26 2007, 12:21 AM)
err..yeah, some is major. For example, I got a broken sewage pipe between upper floor toilet to ground floor  sweat.gif
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Try flushing it and see.
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QUOTE(redken @ Oct 26 2007, 10:39 AM)
Try flushing it and see.
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No need to flush, it's very obvious, there's a big hole there. I inspect it coze found the ground floor plaster ceiling got water spot around the monhole. climb open the manhole, found a broken piece of the pipe.

Even though my reno work is nothing to do with the toilet & that ground floor portion, I was concern if they will not fix it becoze I start do reno?

My contractor said probably I can start my reno next week. Shud I hold him?

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QUOTE(marchkingdom @ Oct 26 2007, 11:51 AM)
No need to flush, it's very obvious, there's a big hole there. I inspect it coze found the ground floor plaster ceiling got water spot around the monhole. climb open the manhole, found a broken piece of the pipe.

Even though my reno work is nothing to do with the toilet & that ground floor portion, I was concern if they will not fix it becoze I start do reno?

My contractor said probably I can start my reno next week. Shud I hold him?
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There arent suppose to be any manholes in your compound. I think the build ur house wrongly. U better ask for construction drawing and check.
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QUOTE(marchkingdom @ Oct 26 2007, 11:51 AM)
Even though my reno work is nothing to do with the toilet & that ground floor portion, I was concern if they will not fix it becoze I start do reno?

My contractor said probably I can start my reno next week. Shud I hold him?
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Better to postpone the renovation work until your defects are finished otherwise there will be a blame game if anything gets broken or new defects crop up.

Also renovation will probably void your DLP and there will be finger-pointing between your contractor and the developer especially if surrounding parts of your house near the renovated area developes new defects or damage.
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Thanks again aaronpang for the thread.

Just got my house handover and OMG, the workmanship is very bad. #%%$^^ developer nowadays.

Anyway, just want to ask what bad thing can happen for a hollow wall tiles. Just want to prepare myself to retort the stupid so called 'site manager' who give thousand and one excuses to repair when I meet him the first time.
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QUOTE(X-Zen @ Nov 9 2007, 10:45 AM)
Thanks again aaronpang for the thread.

Just got my house handover and OMG, the workmanship is very bad. #%%$^^ developer nowadays.

Anyway, just want to ask what bad thing can happen for a hollow wall tiles. Just want to prepare myself to retort the stupid so called 'site manager' who give thousand and one excuses to repair when I meet him the first time.
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Construction material price went up.
Contractor employ un-skilled indon workers.
Inspection level not up to standard.
= Bad workmanship & finishing.

As for hollow wall tiles. It will crack when got hit at the hollow part.
Some might fall if the cement can't hold on to it.
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QUOTE(scorgio @ Nov 9 2007, 11:54 AM)
Construction material price went up.
Contractor employ un-skilled indon workers.
Inspection level not up to standard.
= Bad workmanship & finishing.

As for hollow wall tiles. It will crack when got hit at the hollow part.
Some might fall if the cement can't hold on to it.
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Yah you are right.

In a way it really make me think am I really picky and harping on small things or I really should ask for what was promised. I paid 300K for it but the site manager keep telling me that it is small problem only doh.gif

Anyway I realised my house got less power socket than what the S&P mentioned. Shall I ask for rectification or compensation?
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QUOTE(X-Zen @ Nov 9 2007, 02:03 PM)

In a way it really make me think am I really picky and harping on small things or I really should ask for what was promised. I paid 300K for it but the site manager keep telling me that it is small problem only  doh.gif

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Tell him if its such a small problem it should be not much trouble for him to fix it... vmad.gif

BTW dun waste your time talking to the site manager just submit the defect form and demand they fix it to your satisfaction.

Otherwise refer to here on the subject of stakeholders http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/423171 thumbup.gif

QUOTE(X-Zen @ Nov 9 2007, 02:03 PM)
Anyway I realised my house got less power socket than what the S&P mentioned. Shall I ask for rectification or compensation?
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To me it's a defect and needs to be rectified by the developer at their cost hmm.gif

Compensation I'm really unsure what amount/quantum of money developers should pay for missing sockets...

Furthermore I don't think developers are obligated to pay, they're only contractually bound to fix defects... failing to fix the defect you can fix the defect yourself and deduct the difference from the stakeholders sum.
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QUOTE(aaronpang @ Nov 9 2007, 07:20 PM)
Tell him if its such a small problem it should be not much trouble for him to fix it...  vmad.gif

BTW dun waste your time talking to the site manager just submit the defect form and demand they fix it to your satisfaction.

Otherwise refer to here on the subject of stakeholders http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/423171  thumbup.gif
To me it's a defect and needs to be rectified by the developer at their cost  hmm.gif

Compensation I'm really unsure what amount/quantum of money developers should pay for missing sockets...

Furthermore I don't think developers are obligated to pay, they're only contractually bound to fix defects... failing to fix the defect you can fix the defect yourself and deduct the difference from the stakeholders sum.
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Ya i am preparing the defect list now, approaching number 40 doh.gif

Going to submit directly to the developer

I am going to ask them to fix.

The thing is I tried to befriend some of my future neighbour and band together for a greater voice against the developer but some of them like really don't care like that haha

too much money i guess

no wonder the developer treat us like sucker.

To all new house buyer out there, don't be shy to demand what is yours.


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I bought myself a house and it is going to be completed next year Apr/May. Thanks for the tip. Now i have more knowledge to check for defect.
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post Dec 7 2007, 10:28 AM

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Update - Developer is rectifying the house now after I wrote to them officially.

One of my new neighbour update me that the developer did put waterproof material below the upstairs bathrooms structure. I think they just spray some chemical.

So when my neighbour deliberately fill up the bathroom with water and cover the flow, the next day can see the ceiling below has significant water mark

Seriously, this is bugging me a lot.

Help - Anyone has experienced on this matter? Can this be consider a defect?



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