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« on: August 04, 2007, 11:55:24 PM »

I have decided to compile a list of reno information based on the stuff all of u have posted in sundial.. for easier reference.  I will be locking this thread and if there is anything which I had referenced wrongly, please pm me.  I will be taking some time to update this thread as I will be including comments from diff pple (in violet and orange).  

Been kinda of busy and no internet @ work... thus can update only at night.  Will try to at least post the prices and models each of you bought and researched on so that we can do comparison.  Had added in the topic dafansu posted on buying guides for electrical appliances here.

Contents page
1. Painting of Flats  (updated)      
2. Hoods and Hobs (updated Aug25'07)          
3. Wall Decal (updated)
4. Aircons (partial updates)
5. Fridges (partial updates) (Updated Aug11'07)
6. Windows and grilles
7. Fengshui (partial updated) (Updated Aug25'07)
8. Washing machine (partial updates) (Updated Aug11'07)
9. TV (partial updates) (Updated Aug11'07)
10. Kitchen cabinets material (partial updates)
11. Water heater (partial updates)
12. IDs (partial updates)
13. Models of Electrical Appliances (dafansu) (Updated Sep10'07)

Places to get cheap electrical goods, please read this thread
http://www.singaporebrides.com/cgi-bin/forumboard/discus.cgi?pg=next&topic=409&page=500901
Compilation of hidden costs in home reno ..in SB forum
http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/240146.html?1101117997  and
http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/21328.html?1182627543 (in excel posted by Cynthia Tan on Mar23 8.34am @ SB forums)
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« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2007, 11:57:26 PM »

1. Painting of Flat (http://forum.punggol.org/viewtopic.php?t=718)
Type of paint to use
-http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/328234.html?1181537525
-http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/669.html?1164107136

Painting of whole house
http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/294939.html?1180104223

Horror story on paint selected and actual paint used.
Look for sumobear (sumobear) post which was posted on Monday, April 16, 2007 - 11:06 pm:
http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/479375.html?1177558524

Some other sites
ICI
Actual site- http://www.ici.com.sg
Color test (see what color suits u) - http://www.ici.com.sg/ASGDLX/paintconsult/colorchemist.jsp
Paint your house (go paintconsult and select mouse painter..it allows u to paint your house using the colors u selected for all rooms .. but i got program loading the program  ) - http://www.ici.com.sg/ASGDLX/paintconsult/paintingtips.jsp
Nippon paint
Actual Site - http://www.nipponpaint.com.sg/
FAQs - http://www.nipponpaint.com.sg/ideas/ideas.htm
Color Scheme (they try to match for you base on what scheme you want (I like) - http://www.nipponpaint.com.sg/colour/colour.htm
Jotun Paint
Actual Site - http://www.jotun.com/ap
Paint your house - http://jotun.iscgnet.com/selection-main.asp?MajorAreaID=25&MinorAreaID=55&CurrPage=1
Newkoat (Not really related to painting of flat..but its interesting)
http://www.newkoat.com/index.htm
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2. Hoods and Hobs (http://forum.punggol.org/viewtopic.php?t=746)

Comments by pple from sundial

Miscs
Fengshui on hobs
Extracted from http://www.renotalk.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1143&st=120&p=20122&#entry20122
3 burners are good for luck and even number burners are good for children.

Things to note when selecting hoods and hobs- easily to clean (if keep it clean.. can last longer)
- Type of cooking done (if do heavy cooking, better to use chimney hood)
- Frequency of cooking (if do more cooking, better to use chimney hood)
- Design of the kitchen
- How noisy is the hood
- Size of kitchen

Hoods
Chimney
Pros
- better suction, thus good for people who loves to cook.
Slim
- more for people who do not really cook and who do not deep fried food.
- look nice

Battery operated Hob elchwong
- Once battery no more, hob cant be lighted up by turning nod and needs lighter instead, unless battery replaced

Induction hob <Glass hobs (Please note)
http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/396323.html

Places to get hoods and hobs
http://www.hoekee.com/appliances.shtml
http://www.pohjoo.com.sg/products3.html
http://www.gohsinhuat.com.sg/manufacturers.php
http://www.parisilk.com/brand_content.htm
http://www.universalunion.com.sg/
http://www.koksenggas.com.sg/02037628p1.htm

Brands
Fujioh
Hood - http://www.fujioh.com.sg/cookerhoods.html
Hobs - http://www.fujioh.com.sg/gashobs.html
Maintenance plan - http://www.fujioh.com.sg/services.html
Promotions
http://www.hoekee.com/fujiohOffer.shtml

Rinnai <Brandt <Teka <Turbo <Elica (by Sim Siang Choon) <Ariston <Delizia <Indesit <Tecnogas <Cuizino <Rhoyxon <Bellari <Electrolux <Franke
Hoods - http://www.franke.com.sg/product_appliance.html
Hobs - http://www.franke.com.sg/product_appliance.html
Packages -
http://www.franke.com.sg/product_package.html

Many other brands: -
Ellane, LaGermania, , Gaggenau, Miele, Foster
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3. Wall Decal (Posted by Mei) (http://forum.punggol.org/viewtopic.php?t=749&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0)

Comments by pple from sundial

Website
www.winkplay.com

Pros
- Sticks on all smooth surfaces (e.g. windows, mirrors, doors, walls etc)
- Can be easily removed
- Lots of patterns avaliable

*min $400 to have free installation for Winktailor

Contact
Christine's email : winkiesdeco@yahoo.com.sg
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4. Aircons

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Comments by pple from sundial
Purchasing (system 3)Interested (system 3)

Useful Websites on aircons
http://www.forumforfree.com/index.php?mforum=singaporeaircon
http://singapore-aircon.blogspot.com/

Daikin (http://www.daikin.com.sg/)
Comments
Pros (Blackyv)
- good aircon but the down side:
Cons (Blackyv)(Blackyv)

Mitsubishi Starmex (http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.sg/products/air_conditioner_residential)
Comments
- R410a ($2159 ) newer version but will be slightly more expensive (Fit Type R)
- R22 phrasing out because considered environmentally unfriendly (Fit Type R)

Panasonic
http://www.panasonic.com.sg/web/pcatId/CatLev3/226
Where to buy
http://www.panasonic.com.sg/web/Contents/MainCont.asp?ContId=112

Toshiba
http://www.toshiba-aircon.com.sg/
Where to buy
http://www.toshiba-aircon.com.sg/dealers.html
Comments Toshiba vs Panasonic
http://www.singaporebrides.com/forumboard/messages/409/411998.html?1156464316
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5. Fridges

Check out the website for fridges grading (ahsiong)
http://www.nccc.gov.sg/energylabel/fridge.asp

Mitsubishi
MRV45S 640W x 1780H x 660D - $999 (M@cky)
http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.sg/products/refrigerator_s_series_MR_CU46S/specification
MRCU41ST 600W x 1655H x 639D - $999 (M@cky)
http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.sg/products/refrigerator_s_series_MR_CU41S/specification
http://www.hoekee.com/appfriMitPg04.shtml

Panasonic
NRB242GS6 600W x 1705H x 615D - 276L (silver) (Blackyv)
http://www.panasonic.com.sg/web/pid/954
NR-C373MX-S6- D-621mm (Blackyv)

Samsung
RT34MBSS - 600W x 1588H x 600D - 276L (Mist Silver)
http://www.samsung.com/sg/products/refrigerator/topfreezer/rt34mbss.asp?page=Specifications (Apple)

Hitachi
R-S37SVS: 590W x1798H x 615D - $1099 (SS) $886 (White -Apple) (Lilac/Mei/Apple)
$880 - colour not ss (Apple @ Bedok)
$1000 @ Goh Ah Bee (m@cky)
$999 (White) $1k+ (Stainless Steel) - AMK Gain city (Mei)
http://www.hitachiconsumer.com/sg/products/download.aspx?file=491549459_R-S37SVS.pdf

LG
GR-232SV  - 535W x 1475H x 585D - $ 476 - 230L
http://sg.lge.com/prodmodeldetail.do?actType=search&page=1&modelCategoryId=060102&categoryId=060102&parentId=0601&modelCodeDisplay=GR-232SV&model=NOTHING
GR-262SLQ - 540W x 1510H x 610D -  $ 528 - 260L
http://sg.lge.com/prodmodeldetail.do?actType=search&page=1&modelCategoryId=060102&categoryId=060102&parentId=0601&modelCodeDisplay=GR-262SLQ&model=NOTHING

Toshiba
GRM646SD - 724D - $829 (lilac)

Buying Guide for fridges
http://products.howstuffworks.com/refrigerators-buying-guide.htm

Places to purchase fridge
Kang Tai at J.west. (Lilac/Mei)
Gain City
Best
Everjoint - (AMK ave 4 blk 159) (Fit Type R)
Ban Kim Chuan Enterprises Pte Ltd
Blk 59 New Up Changi Rd #01-1282 Singapore 461059
Tel : 6443 5298 (Apple/dafansu)
Goh Ah Bee (M@cky)
Blk 210 Hougang Street 21 #01-247
Tel:6288 8011/62803962 (Alan)


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6. Windows and grilles

Lilac
Windows @ svc yard = $550
Grilles @ svc yard = $250

LittleBlueBear
Powder coat hollow grills - $1100 to $1200
Contact for window grilles
Pang Giap Enterpise (AMK)
Mr Ang
6281 2485


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7. Fengshui

Chinese 7th Month (twl2501)
13th Aug n ends on 10th Sep

Website for 'Open door' L@dy H@rken
http://mindcity.sina.com/MC-lunar/search/index.html

Dates for "dong tu" (Jyna)
1)10 aug fri conflict horse
2)16 aug thurs conflict rat
3) 22 aug wed conflict horse
4)26 aug sun conflict dog

Customs/Traditions Practised When Entering New Flat (http://forum.punggol.org/viewtopic.php?t=728)
Do:
1) Be well prepared. (Jaslyn)
2) Bring some fruits such as apples (for safety and peace), bananas (to attract wealth), pineapples and oranges (for prosperity). Entering and leaving the new house empty-handed is considered inauspicious. If you had forgotten to bring the fruits, buy them from the nearest fruit stall. (Jaslyn)
3) Upon entering the house, open all doors and windows to let the sunlight in, ushering in the Yang energy. Also, turn on the tap to invite wealth into your home. (Jaslyn)
4) Place two oranges at every corner, and the pineapple right in the middle of your house. Try not to kill insects or any other living things. (Jaslyn)
5) Bring joss sticks and joss paper, fruits (if Buddhist/Taoist). Chant that you are going to move in and pray for safety. ( c2h5ethan)
6) Put coins (1-cent) in the main (4 corners ) of all the rooms for wealth (lamby)
Don't
a) Do not be late for the appointed time. (Jaslyn)
b) Do not enter the house empty-handed. (Jaslyn)
7) 3 plates of fruits, incense paper and joss sticks for praying -for taoism or buddism(Jyna)
Lunar 7th month can "open door"? (http://forum.punggol.org/viewtopic.php?t=659)
Cannot Open Door and Renovate
- Think better dun open door or renovate. but what my mum say, as you dun wish to invited 'good brothers' to your house too. (Sunflowerz)
Can Open Door
- can open door but bring a taoist along (Dafansu)
Can Open Door but no renovation
- If u start the renovation b4 the 7th month (as in start, in a ceremonial way).  (c2h5ethan)
- can open door in 7 mths... but not dong du (Littlebluebear)

Hobs
(Extracted from http://www.renotalk.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1143&st=120&p=20122&#entry20122)
- 3 burners are good for luck
- even number burners are good for children.
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8. Washing machines

Panasonic Aquabeat (old model) WM $569 - usual $599 - AMK Gain city (Mei)
Panasonic NEW AquaBeat 8kg NA-F80G6 @ $540  - Goh Ah Bee (M@cky)



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9. TV

Tips M@cky
- Get the salesperson to switch to normal channels (channel 8 etc) to see the real effect of the TV.
- the viewing angle and brightness of LCDs are slightly better than plasma and plasmas can yield with larger screen sizes.
- plasmas are slightly better in picture clarity; refresh rate is also better then LCDs.
- buying above 32", get plasma due to resolutions related issues. Not recommended to get samsung plasma coz it emits a lot of heat. (Jean)


Prices
Sony LCD TV 37" KLV-37U300A @ $1899 (M@cky)
Sony Bravia V-series 32"LCD $1719 (usual $1799) - AMK Gain city (Mei)
Sony Bravia U-series 32"LCD $1239 (usual - 4gotten) - AMK Gain city (Mei)
Sony NEW Bravia U-series 37" @ $1790 - Goh Ah Bee (M@cky)

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10. Kitchen cabinets materials

Kitchen tops extracted from
http://interiordec.about.com/od/kitchencounters/tp/tp_countertops.htm (Not local website)


1. Granite Counters
Granite is the countertop material of choice when there are no other things to think about - like money. It defines elegance in a kitchen. The beauty of the stone contributes to the beauty of even the most modest kitchen.
Pros: holds up to heat; comes in beautiful colors; looks permanent and substantial.
Cons: very expensive, requires lots of maintenance, including periodic sealing; absorbs stains; can crack; limited range of colors available.

2. Engineered Stone 3. Solid Surface
Because solid surface counters are just what they're called, solid, any scratches can be sanded out. The countertops are custom-made to your specifications by companies such as Avonite, Corian, and Swanstone.
Pros: comes in a rainbow of colors and patterns; seamless; stain resistant.
Cons vulnerable to hot pans and stains which can damage the surface; can be moderately expensive.

4. Ceramic Tile
Ceramic tile is durable and easy to clean. Add to that inexpensive and you've got a really good choice for countertops for the average home. Because it's installed a section at a time, it can be done by most resourceful homeowners.
Pros: takes hot pans; easy to clean; wide range of price, color, texture and design.
Cons: counter surface is uneven; tiles can easily chip or crack; grout lines become stained; custom-designed tiles are very expensive.

5. Laminates
Laminate counters bear trademarks such as Formica, Nevamar, and Wilsonart. They're made of plastic-coated synthetics with a smooth surface that's easy to clean. The pieces are cut to size and finished on the ends.
Pros: you can buy laminates in lots of colors; easy to maintain; durable; inexpensive.
Cons: scratches and chips are almost impossible to repair; seans show; end finishing and front edge choices can be pricey.

6. Wood or Butcher Block
Wood countertops offer a beautiful warm look and are available in a wide range of colors and finishes. Hardwoods such as maple and oak are most often used as countertop woods.
Pros: easy to clean; smooth; can be sanded and resealed as needed.
Cons: can be damaged by water and stains over time; scratches must be oiled or sealed according to manufacturer's instructions.

7. Stainless Steel Counters
For a really contemporary and industrial look for your kitchen, stainless steel is a good choice. They are heat resistant and durable. Because they're constructed to your specifications, you can have a seamless countertop.
Pros: takes hot pans; easy to clean.
Cons: Expensive; noisy; may dent; fabrication is expensive; you can't cut on it.

8. Soapstone Counters
Soapstone is generally dark gray in color and has a smooth feel. It is often seen in historic homes but is also used in modern homes as both a countertop and sink material.
Pros: rich, deep color; smooth feel; somewhat stain resistant.
Cons: requires regular maintenance with applications of mineral oil; may crack and darken over time.

9. Marble
Because of it's extremely high price tag, marble is not often seen on the countertops of whole kitchens. To get the luxurious look, use it on an island or inset at a baking center. Marble requires constant maintenance, as it easily stains. Some new sealers retard staining.
Pros: waterproof; heatproof; beautiful.
Cons: expensive; porous; stains easily unless professionally sealed; can scratch; may need resealing periodically as per manufacturer.

10. Concrete Counters
If you have countertops in unusual shapes, concrete may be a good choice, as they're often cast right in your kitchen. The high price tag may be beyond most people's budget.
Pros: heat and scratch resistant; can be color-tinted; looks exotic and unusual; new treatments eliminate cracking; additives reduce porosity; new finishes are more decorative.
Cons: mid to high range on cost due to custom work; cracking is possible; can look somewhat industrial; porous but can be sealed.


Kitchen Tops extracted from STdesign FAQs extracted from http://www.stdesign.com.sg/FAQ.htm


1. Kitchen Cabinet Doors - Top hung and base cabinet.
a ) Postformed Door
- Pressed edge door with round profile with laminated surface finish with PVC or Polykem interior.
Strengths
-Wide variety in colours.
- Easy to maintain.
- Economic
Weaknesses
- flimsy to hold as it is lightweight.
- Peeling of laminate may occur if workmanship is bad.

b ) Veneer Door
- Surface of door using bark of selected trees and the 'skin' is know as veneer. Popular veneers are maple, cherry, ash, oak, beech and birch.
Strengths -
- Cosy and warm in appearance
- Natural looking with natural grains.
- Wide variety in wood grains.
Weaknesses
- Higher in cost.
- Porous by nature and may require more maintenance.
- Limited in colour, as veneers are usually wood colours..

c ) Solid Door
- Door itself is using sold wood from the tree, no other material is added.
Strengths -
- Firm and sturdy.
- Low in maintenance
- Fixtures like hinges and knobs do not come off easily as it is anchored to a solid body.
Weaknesses
- Highest in cost.
- Warping may occur, as it is solid.

2. Kitchen Work top
On top of the bottom kitchen cabinet, where normally the hob and sink are placed on.
a ) Postformed Top
- Pressed edge surface tops with profiles and laminated surface finish on top.
Strengths -
- Economic
- Wide variety in colour, brands and profiles.
Weaknesses -
- joinery lines trap dirt and bacterial.
- Not heat, stain, scratches resistant.
- High in maintenance.
- Backsplash is a separate trimming and is only adhere to the top by silicon. Water seepage may still occur.

b ) Solid Surface Top
- Compressed acrylic top with a homogeneous membrane that look like cultured marble.
Strengths -
- Heat, water, scratch and stain resistant.
- Wide variety in colours.
- Hard wearing.
- Low in maintenance.
- Seamless joineries.
- Seamless backsplash, eradicating water seepage.
Weaknesses
- Higher in cost.
- May chip off it met with impact.
Brands (Little Blue Bear)
- Du Pont Corian http://www.corian.com/corian/c/en/h/Home/index.html
- Hi-Macs (LG)
- Staron (Samsung) http://www.staron.com/
- Sureil (Fomica) http://www.formica.com.sg/prodinfo_solid.html
- Klassicut  
- Acelite
- Mi-lite
- Bestone
- Gold-life
- Vansen
- Cresto
- Gloria
- Marstone
- Bellus
Choosing of (acrylic) solid surface(alexavierx)
- need to do some research on the performance properties.
- Worktop had gone through some resistace and durability tests based on some standards, e.g. ISSFA (http://www.solidsurface2002.com.xohost.com/issfa-2-01.htm)

c ) Granite Top
- Hard, coarse grained igneous rock composed chiefly of quartz, mica, orthoclase which is used for building material.
Strengths -
- Hard wearing.
- Seamless joineries
- Seamless backsplash, eradicating water seepage.
Weaknesses
- Highest in cost.
- Generally porous by nature. Water and oil will seep in if top protective coat is strip off.

Maintenance of solid surface tops
http://www.solidsurface.org/maintenance.cfm

Glass Tops

Hhehe cool glass tops.. think not avaliable in singapore
http://www.thinkglass.com/en/indexKB.aspx?sortcode=2.5.10.13.22.24

Maintain kitchen top

http://www.demesne.info/Improve-Your-Home/Kitchens/Kitchen-Counters.htm
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« Reply #11 on: August 05, 2007, 01:22:43 AM »

11. Water heater

Post under construction

Comments by pple from sundial
Storage heater - Mei, Apple, Honda, Lilac, Ronlin, Jean
Instant - Terter


Storage water heater
Cons
- Takes time to heat up (10-15mins)
- uses more electricity as compared to instant heater (http://services.spservices.sg/cs_eec_moretips.asp?ID=&identity=)
- need to wait for water to reheat if a few pple bathing continously
- theorically uses less water as 25l is suitable for a family 4-6 pple.

Pros

- buy 1 can use for 2 toilets
- Can get heater water from sink
- higher water pressure (act as massage??)
- after water heated up..can off powersupply and water still hot
- no need additional piping as HDB did it for us (mei)

Instant water heater
Cons
- need to buy 2~!!
- need constant power supply and constant running water
- more cons can be found @ http://www.portlandgeneral.com/home/energy_savings/ways_save/app_wind_walls/tankless_wh_faq.asp?bhcp=1

Pros (extracted from http://www.bennington.com.sg/index_files/Page1130.htm)
- Saving of water because there is no need to discharge cold water in the pipe as the heater is installed in the shower area and not a distant away
- Saving of electricity as no electricity is wasted in heating up a full storage tank which is not always fully utilized
- You get instant hot water. In storage heater, depending on the capacity and wattage, you need to spend 15 to 30 mins to heat up the water. If more than one people is bathing continuously, the subsequent bathers might have to wait for the cold water in the storage tank to be heated before they can shower
- Easy and cheaper to install and replace
- Lower cost compare to storage heater
- Its compact and elegant design is a perfect ornament in your bathroom

You can take a look at this FAQ on yahoo.com.sg on the cons and pros

http://sg.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070219232044AAyKRQJ

Electricity consumption calculation~!! instant vs storage
http://services.spservices.sg/cs_services_energy-audit.asp

Brands
Storage Heater
Ariston
- http://www.mtsgroup.com/aristonentry/eng/home.htm
Get it from
- http://www.universalunion.com.sg/
Joven
- http://www.jovenelectric.com/
Get it from
- http://www.jovenelectric.com/dealers.html
Rheem(Superseven)
- http://www.rheemmfg.com.sg/waterheaters.html
Get it from
- http://www.rheemmfg.com.sg/authorised.html
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« Reply #12 on: August 05, 2007, 01:23:00 AM »

12. IDs
(extracted from http://www.sengkang.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=563 posted by Silverx2c)
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A&D                 http://www.interior.sg
FuseConcept ID http://www.fuseconcept.com.sg
BrimDesign        http://www.brimdesign.com.sg
Kitchenspace     http://www.kitchenspace.biz/

http://www.airdivision.net
http://www.evovliving.com
http://www.cream.com.sg/
http://www.spacefurniture.com/
http://www.urban-foundry.com/
http://www.iuniquedesign.com/
http://www.zentradition.com
http://www.omcucine.com/OM_cucine.htm
http://www.cupboards.com.sg/DealersList.asp
http://lesense.com/portfolio/index.htm
http://www.ecityhome.com.sg/interiordesign/IDprocess.htm
http://www.cogitoimage.com/em4.htm
http://www.ciseern.com/main.html
http://www.collectivedesigns.com.sg/home.html
http://www.cubeboxinterior.com/
http://www.altered-interior.com/home.html
http://www.ad-interior.com/abtus.htm
http://www.earnest-interiors.com/
http://www.dynamicspace.com/ds/dynamicspace/en/03/index.jsp
http://www.homeimprovement.com.sg/
http://www.iconnalliance.com/
http://www.idconnect.com/id_designsearch_regions.asp
http://www.idsp.com.sg/projects/Woodlands/woodland.htm
http://www.intradesign.com.sg/residential/proj06.htm
http://www.isd.com.sg/
http://www.logerix.uni.cc/site/page.php?DN...&a...B=NO&ID=40310
http://www.projectfile.com.sg/gallery.htm
http://www.reztnrelax.com/service.html
http://www.s-creative.com.sg/
http://www.spacevdesign.com/main.htm
http://www.theorangecube.com/01/home.htm
http://www.whitecorps.com/whitespaceliving/index.htm
http://www.wideangledesign.com.sg/#
http://interiorfile.com.sg/
http://homechoice.com.sg/
http://promax.com.sg/
http://www.dejenn.com/
http://s-creative.com.sg/
http://www.homeconcepts21.com/
http://mdp-design.com/
http://whitesdz.com/
http://cubeboxinterior.com/
http://ossis.com.sg/index.html
http://interiorfriends.com/
http://huakhian.com.sg/
http://demilgroup.com/
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« Reply #13 on: August 06, 2007, 11:15:11 PM »

13. Model No & Price of Electrical Appliances
(http://forum.punggol.org/viewtopic.php?t=760http://www.punggol.org/forum/index.php/topic,982.msg18668.html#msg18668)

This is for the guide of those buying please include the brand, model no. (Only for model no you confirmed purchasing)

eg Samung LCD 40' Model:1456sa
eg Sanyo System 3 Model:123sa

Television
1)LG Plasma 42" Model: 42PC1RR $2299 (jean)
2) TV - Panasonic 32" Model : TX32LX700M -$1599 (mei)
3)

Aircons
1)Toshiba Sys 3 with Inverter $2395 + 120 (Upgrade to bigger ducts) (jean)
2) Aircon - Mitsubishi non-inverter Sys 3 (R410A) - S$1980 (mei)
3)

Refrigerator
1)Mitsubishi Model: MRCU46T - Stainless Steel $1152 (jean)
2) fridge - Panasonic NRB282 - S$575 (mei)
3)

Washing Machine
1)Toshiba Model: AWD950SS $562 (jean)
2) Toshiba Model : AW-8960SS $399 exclude GST (mei)
3)

Oven
1)Turbo Model: T1635 $575.70 (jean)
2)
3)

Water Heater
1)AMC Storage Heater Model: AMC 25Litres $235 (jean)
2) AMC Storage Heater Model: AMC 25Litres $215 (mei)
3)

Hood and Hob
1) Turbo Model: Hood- ES6000-90, Hob-T6309R package $568.10 (jean)
2) Rinnai Model : RB-2FV + RH-972C  $670 (mei)
3)

Ceiling Fan
1) Crestar Model: CS1-SV 48 inches $185 (jean)
2)
3)
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