CONDOMINIUM

Condo dwellers prefer a more private life.

Therefore, renovating one might not be as straightforward as doing works for public housing.

While condominiums are generally smaller in size, the costs involved in renovating them are a little higher than normal rates for public housing.

This is due to the time constraint and access to the place. Talk to us today for your condo renovation and learn about how we can help you with it. Below are some commonly asked questions from condominium homeowners.

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Generally for a kitchen and 2 toilets, the renovation can cost up to $30,000.00 for a condo unit. This is very much dependent on the size of your kitchen and toilets. Most home owners only polish their parquet and marble flooring, as this option is definitely the most cost efficient. Some also opt to change their developer’s laminate flooring to vinyl which is more durable in the long run.

It depends on the works that are needed. If you’d like to do a whole house revamp with conceptualisation, engaging an architect or interior designer is the best option. If you are looking for a straightforward revamp of the kitchen and toilets, getting a main contractor to carry out the works will suffice.

Sprucing the place up by painting and polishing is the best. Take a few quotes, and pick the works that will best suit your needs to move in. You can also consider doing the renovation in stages. For example starting out with the kitchen first, and moving to the toilets when you have more budget in future.

Having someone to follow and help you assess the space is the best option. Paying for their services which is usually a few hundreds can help you in negotiating your buying price and also help you in planning for your renovation budget. The consultant can also draft a quote for you for the required works.

Only do this if you have the time and resources to carry it out. If not done proper, it might just cost you more and also takes a much longer time to finish.

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