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Post by thedude on Mon Jul 27, 2009 7:50 am

Did anybody have any updates on the grill designs and specs approved by AH?
Nobody can answer me when I went to AH last Saturday.
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Post by johnvk on Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:05 pm

the same design given when we took the key... the straight line one....
but material n colour no limitation..only colour with dark or light ones..
of course a no no for pink, orange yellow or wat eva striking colours... hehehe
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Post by kelvin on Tue Aug 04, 2009 3:46 am

I remember they mention the grill can only put internally. they do not allow any change that can view from outside, is it true?
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Post by johnvk on Tue Aug 04, 2009 7:48 am

yeap..from inside.. same like in any condo..
but i planning to put a sliding window for the yard area then only grill ..since mine is 1st floor the roof of car park walk ngam ngam come to my house..so for security reason.

must appeal using the letter..hope to get it done.
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Post by thedude on Tue Aug 04, 2009 8:51 am

kelvin wrote:I remember they mention the grill can only put internally. they do not allow any change that can view from outside, is it true?

By "internally" you mean flushed with your wall?
I've seen a lot of flat and apartments with the grill boxed out / protruding. Then they put flower pots, shoes, mop and everything on it.
Damn ugly.. Evil or Very Mad

I was thinking if they dun allow for grill on the wet area, I'm gonna replace the wooden door (with a glass window) with a metal door.
But the problem is if I were to cover it completely, it will affect the ventilation and also natural light.
But if I dun cover it, then rain might come in.
Anyone have any idea on how to overcome this?
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Post by johnvk on Tue Aug 04, 2009 8:47 pm

haiyaa.. just as them to allow the grill.... if more people ask..sure the will allow..end of te day... its our home..n we pay them... not tat they pay us...
so dun let them control u....

i will requst nicely..if dun allow will put also..dun care..my point is security..if they care about their beauty..will ask about their finishing..if that is so beautiful.... hahahaha
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Post by JiNG on Wed Aug 05, 2009 11:59 am

thedude wrote:
kelvin wrote:I remember they mention the grill can only put internally. they do not allow any change that can view from outside, is it true?

By "internally" you mean flushed with your wall?
I've seen a lot of flat and apartments with the grill boxed out / protruding. Then they put flower pots, shoes, mop and everything on it.
Damn ugly.. Evil or Very Mad

I was thinking if they dun allow for grill on the wet area, I'm gonna replace the wooden door (with a glass window) with a metal door.
But the problem is if I were to cover it completely, it will affect the ventilation and also natural light.
But if I dun cover it, then rain might come in.
Anyone have any idea on how to overcome this?

The yard door is a must change.. its damn ugly... but i haven think of how to do it.. haha

oh ya... I plan to change my main door... instead of using key, i plan to use password type... will it be expensive? haha.. it will be very convenience that i dont need to bring out any keys.. haha


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Post by T on Wed Aug 05, 2009 2:26 pm

on top of key code access, i was thinking of using biometric lock (finger print type).. What a Face provided i have extra budget as it's quite luxury to me, cheapest also thousand plus.. pale

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Post by kelvin on Wed Aug 05, 2009 3:14 pm

en... do you all ever though bout if no electricity?
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Post by tionwooi on Wed Aug 05, 2009 5:25 pm

JiNG wrote:oh ya... I plan to change my main door... instead of using key, i plan to use password type... will it be expensive? haha.. it will be very convenience that i dont need to bring out any keys.. haha

I also think it b4. But if really happen like wat Kelvin said no electricity, then v hv to sleep beside the pool loh! Ha......
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Post by T on Thu Aug 06, 2009 6:26 am

the lock i checked before runs on battery Razz and it can be recharged with 9v battery.. though we still risk having flat battery but it can still be opened with key Smile

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Post by thedude on Thu Aug 06, 2009 7:26 am

If still can be opened by key then it defies the security purpose of using biometric right? Personally. I'm not considering going so high tech lah. But is planning to upgrade the locks or add some additional locks. OR maybe just make a "kau kau" front grill. lol! lol! lol!
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Post by JiNG on Thu Aug 06, 2009 7:43 am

got any door that can replace batt outside the door ar? hahahhaa go 7-11 to buy AA then put in if the batt flat... keke

Regarding door... anyone know if we can laminate the door for our room? words "CAN" here not refering to whether management allow or not, but its refering to either logically its possible or not? haha.. I'm thinking of laminate it with some more classy surface so that it doesnt looks too cheap.. Smile possible? the same laminate we use to laminate our furniture when its old, or the laminate we use to laminate the kitchen kabinet? hehe.. anyone have any idea? or is there any better paint that can make it looks better? of cos im thinking of changing the opener/whatever it calls..


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Post by JiNG on Tue Aug 18, 2009 8:04 am

Regarding door... anyone know if we can laminate the door for our room? words "CAN" here not refering to whether management allow or not, but its refering to either logically its possible or not? haha.. I'm thinking of laminate it with some more classy surface so that it doesnt looks too cheap.. Smile possible? the same laminate we use to laminate our furniture when its old, or the laminate we use to laminate the kitchen kabinet? hehe.. anyone have any idea? or is there any better paint that can make it looks better? of cos im thinking of changing the opener/whatever it calls..
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Post by yap_ben on Tue Aug 18, 2009 2:30 pm

Regarding the other than Key access to our main door you can try google for samsung new so called keyless entry.
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Post by JiNG on Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:33 pm

oh... thanks.. i will look for it.. hehe
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Post by tionwooi on Wed Sep 02, 2009 4:32 pm

I found one new product in the market -- "invisible grille" in Perfect Livin '09 Home n Lifestyle Exhibition. Jus think tat dun know v r allow to install tis type of grill in AH or not.
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Post by v-nee on Wed Sep 02, 2009 5:57 pm

I saw this invisible grille in the exhibition too..was thinking to install this too..i think should not be a problem to install..since it is "invisible" .. Wink

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Post by thedude on Thu Sep 03, 2009 6:45 am

Invisible? Got photo ar? Or can't take photo coz it's invisible? lol!
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Post by JiNG on Thu Sep 03, 2009 7:42 am

Asked the sales office regarding the invisible grill.. the vendor of the invisible grill is dealing with AH management whether that is allowed or not.. At least thats what i heard few months back.. hehe..

I sabo my friend when he told me got invisible grill.. Almost made him belanja me makan d for lying.. wuahhaha.. mana tau, its a real thing.. Razz
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Post by tionwooi on Thu Sep 03, 2009 8:29 am

thedude wrote:Invisible? Got photo ar? Or can't take photo coz it's invisible? lol!

Actually tat is not true tat the grill totally invisible. It is a special stainless-steel structure on the grille n can b install on windows or balconies. It oso can connect to security alarm system. When the grilles are being tampered or damaged, it will alarm the security system and automatically call for help including the security company, the mobile phones of the owner and the nearest police station.

I'm nohing related to tis company. Jus knew it when I went to Perfect Livin '09 Home n Lifestyle Exhibition last week. I'm oso not sure wif the price but jus feel interest on it. Guys can click here for more information ya! Cheers!
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Post by JiNG on Fri Sep 04, 2009 2:55 am

Normally this invisible grill is to prevent children from playing superman and fly downward... its useless against any theft as i heard its quite fragile.. can be broken easily..
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Post by thedude on Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:51 am

From the photos, it's just a few stainless steel wire instead of our usual pipe, hollow section or flat bar. And I think very easy to cut. I guess the cable is some sort of close loop system so that when somebody cut it the circuit becomes open and alarm sound? IF like that can short circuit mah... unless inside the cable got a hidden wire lah. hmmm.... interesting..... But what if the person cut the cables (since it's so easy to cut), break in, take all the things and whack you blue black before the police come (or should I say IF they come). If it's link to security company then it means you need to pay maintenance fee. And what if they close shop after a year or two? Nah... IMHO, not going for it.
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Post by tionwooi on Fri Sep 04, 2009 6:48 pm

thedude wrote:From the photos, it's just a few stainless steel wire instead of our usual pipe, hollow section or flat bar. And I think very easy to cut. I guess the cable is some sort of close loop system so that when somebody cut it the circuit becomes open and alarm sound? IF like that can short circuit mah... unless inside the cable got a hidden wire lah. hmmm.... interesting..... But what if the person cut the cables (since it's so easy to cut), break in, take all the things and whack you blue black before the police come (or should I say IF they come). If it's link to security company then it means you need to pay maintenance fee. And what if they close shop after a year or two? Nah... IMHO, not going for it.

As I heard from them, there are really a hidden wire inside the cable n the alarm system is optional. I'm no idea how easy v can cut the stainless steel wire. But I think tat is not so easy lah. If not tat is no more call "invisible grille" but rubbish oledi. Ha...... Mayb next time got chance will ask more details from them ya! Cheers!
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Post by thedude on Sat Sep 05, 2009 6:28 pm

Hahah...just go and see lah. IF invisible then must be pretty thin cable. Do share your experience....
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