Renovation Process – Part 1

03 Nov


Apologies for not updating my current renovation process for so long. Well, floor screeding has finally been started and completed after all the unhappiness.

I can’t really say if I am pleased with the quality of the floor screeding job by the HDB contractor. Perhaps I am an amateur. Somehow, I just feel that the floor screeding job has been completed in haste. I have attached some pictures that I have managed to take.

Screeding done - passageway

This is the passageway…

Screeding done - master bedroom passage way

The master bedroom…

Screeding done - Living room

The living room…

See the differentiation of the colors in the living room picture..  It really looks awful. According to my ID, BH, he says that this job is acceptable as we will be laying the High End Resilient Flooring (HERF) on it and that the unevenness seen in the picture is actually caused by the different tonnes. Okay, I have taken his word for it and let this job screeding episode concluded at this stage.

Okay, now for a more cheerful update. The last that I have blogged on my renovation process is that BH has asked the tilers to start on some minor masonry work. here are some pictures of the end effect.

Minor Masonary work at Master toilet

The kerb done at the master toilet… =)

Minor Masonary work at Kitchen 1

The kerb for the whole stretch of bottom cabinets in the kitchen + a big fat kerb to cater for my fridge… =P

Minor Masonary work at Kitchen 3

The opposite side of the Kitchen..

Minor Masonary work at Service Yard

The kerb in service yard for my washing machine…

In all, the workmanship of these tilers are really good. Thumbs Up. They have won my hubby over with their exquisite workmanship. BH has also helped to apply for the city gas.

Last weekend, the city gas workers have come and installed the required piping. Thus, now, our gas piping is up and ready. We also have our air-con contractor to come to our house and install the various piping needed.

Air Con piping 2 Air Con piping 1

Hehe, at least, for now, I can see the renovation work “moving”… Although the speed is still not up to my expectation, I really appreciate BH’s assistance for coordinating among so many parties of workers.

Really hope to see more have been done by end of this week… =X

You can do it, BH!!  =D


Posted by on November 3, 2014 in Renovation


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2 responses to “Renovation Process – Part 1

  1. Marlin

    October 8, 2015 at 8:39 AM


    Mind to share the contact of your ID from Absolook?

    Thank you


    • sierra888

      December 30, 2015 at 10:34 AM

      Hi sorry to replyso late… i guess u wun need the number now, do u?



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