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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by jlkee on Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:28 am

anjakan_putera: This also from Unity Kitchen? The price they quote me is almost the same.

Ben: They provide Normal Hinges FOC.

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by anjakan_putera on Mon Jul 04, 2011 10:57 am

jlkee wrote:anjakan_putera: This also from Unity Kitchen? The price they quote me is almost the same.

Ben: They provide Normal Hinges FOC.

yes from Unity Kitchen. Its Normal Hinges. Jlkee mind to share your design....

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by jlkee on Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:07 am

Just simple design, still haven't decide the colour Smile



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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by smunks on Mon Jul 11, 2011 11:34 am

This design is what I'm planning to do. My wife would also like to have the built-in oven and microwave. But i think the space is quite limited. Unless, put it at the base. Any idea to share where to put the oven + microwave?

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by madoct10 on Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:33 am

anjakan_putera wrote:

from Unity Kitchen/Unity Design also....this one is the simple design.... any other design can be consider?

I prefre yours. Will ask the Unity Kitchen to do this...hihih
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by meesan on Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:54 pm

Hi, just would like to know if there is any risk of taking Lee renovation & construction? Can share?

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by GW on Tue Aug 02, 2011 4:05 am

Meesan, "officially" they are blacklisted. But I think management did not do anything to stop their business since they opened their showroom at ground floor.
I asked management before, they can only say that Lee is blacklisted, while the one at 14th floor is OK.
So you might want to directly ask management office about this, forummers may give different opinion based on each's understanding Smile

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by LUCAS on Tue Aug 02, 2011 6:21 am

LEE or 14th flr,jz make sure everything written in black n white...14th flr list out everything clearly in details...so make sure LEE listed everything in details.so far no hear complain bout workmanship,onli no list details then prepare to pay more...
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by tch on Tue Aug 02, 2011 11:25 am

there are a lot of contractors outside you can bring in also. Unless Lee giving you big discounts, else why risk your deposit and hassle?
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by thedude on Tue Aug 02, 2011 11:52 am

meesan wrote:Hi, just would like to know if there is any risk of taking Lee renovation & construction? Can share?

Many have alrady shared many times. Please weigh your risks.
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by GW on Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:59 am

Anybody know which to do first:
1. Concrete top open the hole for hob
2. Hack the wall to install hood
I need to ask the shop to deliver the hood and hob due to my kitchen contractor need to open the hole in concrete table top so need actual measurement of hob. But when they deliver, i need them to install the hood for me.
As hood and hob must align to each other, can i ask the person to deliver first, let my contractor open the hole, then come back another day to install the hood?

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by tch on Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:18 am

GW, i have no idea too, since i'm planning for concrete top also, my idea is to give hob measurement to do hob hole, measurement for hood to do kitchen cabinet. After both completed then only install the appliances...Smile
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by GW on Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:39 am

tch, I did the same thing, but the contractor said better get the actual hob cos sometimes the measurement is not accurate and will give trouble when mounting into the wrong size hole.

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by tch on Thu Aug 11, 2011 10:01 am

GW, yup, i think better buy hob first. buy the hood also before installing kitchen cabinet. Smile
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by GW on Thu Aug 11, 2011 1:21 pm

Already bought just not delivered cos no grilles yet. And headache about the sequence..

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by thedude on Thu Aug 11, 2011 4:54 pm

GW wrote:Anybody know which to do first:
1. Concrete top open the hole for hob
2. Hack the wall to install hood
I need to ask the shop to deliver the hood and hob due to my kitchen contractor need to open the hole in concrete table top so need actual measurement of hob. But when they deliver, i need them to install the hood for me.
As hood and hob must align to each other, can i ask the person to deliver first, let my contractor open the hole, then come back another day to install the hood?

I thought the hob is just sitting on top of the concrete only. I dun recall it being bolted down in any way. If I'm correct, some tolerances in the hole should be fine.
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by tionwooi on Thu Aug 11, 2011 6:56 pm

It got 2 type of installation. One type called built-in mean v hv to open a hole on our concrete to put the hob down. Another type is free standing jus like wat thedude said jus put the hob on top of concrete.

Which type of installation v choose is depend on our self. Anyway I choose built-in type n hv gave my contractor the measurement. The measurement is stated in the hob flyer.
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by GW on Wed Aug 17, 2011 6:40 am

One word of caution from my recent experience:
Due to my sink is deep, the KC contractor need to "lower" the water pipe that developer provide. The contractor told me that the joint "or something" is very deep in the wall. They had to hack so deep that one of the tiles in bathroom 2 fell off.
Luckily now all settle the plumbing side and they tampal the bathroom tiles back for me. Maybe tomoro will lay the tiles onto the concrete slab :great)

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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by madoct10 on Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:20 am

Yeay..the built in wardrobe has been installed by Unity Design.
Love it so much!!!!!
they workmanship is outstanding....... Smile
now waiting for the concrete this week for kc
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Re: Kitchen Renovation

Post by GW on Mon Aug 22, 2011 10:14 am

Hi Madoct10, my KC n wardrobe also contract to unity. The concrete top already done with tiles, yesterday Patric came for final measurement for the carpentry. Their service really top notch, even he was not afraid to explain to me their recent "customer claim" in lowyat forum. Great to know urs turned out OK!
Judging by the uneven wall at my master bedroom, I hope they can adjust my wardrobe to the fittest. Haha.. Will know it when they come to install after raya holidays.. Smile

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