Thursday, March 22, 2012

House Renovation: Week Two

Syukur Alhamdulillah! I cannot be more than thankful now, seeing the progress of our major construction. The workers are a wonder, they're quick! I went to the site for a straight 2 days and every other day, there must have been something new everytime we drop by.

I will share my contractors info and details once the house is completed. And whether they are recommended or not, based on my personal point of view and experience. For the time being, let's just do with the current updates on the house.

The major works for our living hall. Previously, the entrance is through sliding doors. We took them off, installed new 3-panel windows and set up a new 1-door entrance at the side.

The outside/front look of the house. The day we went, they already built the wall and window holes. The next day, they removed the old zinc awning and started to work on the wood awning. Yeay!

The bathroom and separate toilet. Once they installed the new toilet bowl and sink, we just realized that we still have ample space left for the bathroom. Aaaagggggg! We need to change the doors and coat the walls with gloss finish. Dizzy!

The new window for the third room at the back of the house.

The new black tiles have been installed, together with the new window. They just need to do another paint job and install new wall tiles, then the cabinet people will come and set up the new kitchen cabinet.

We received mixed reviews on the chosen wall colors from people who have visited the house. I admit the colors are too strong and yes, sometimes they do look like a splash of kindergarten colors. Haha but I kept ground and won't change the colors because I believe in my choice, no matter how fugly they are. 

This is really a major construction. We know we have some minor and hidden costs prior to this construction. This includes new fans, lighting, furniture, bathroom appliances and the list goes on. I'm in dire need of donation! For the time being, baby preparation is currently on hold. Oh, sedihnyeeeeeee!


Mama Lynd March 22, 2012 at 10:58 AM  

Serius..Sukeeee renovation.. Suke tengok before and after, nanti update before and after.
One more, love the idea of saparete shower and toilet area. Boleh buat rupanya. My nenek is really cerewet about this but my thinking is "mane bleh buat". Thank for the idea.. (Idea simpan dulu.. Tunggu Budget.. Heeee..)

LisaLisut March 22, 2012 at 11:26 AM  

i can imagine how money flows like niagara falls to do this major renovation.but its all worth it because we own it.lainla sewa kan. as for me nothing much to renovate since developer gave most of basic things that we need.cuma nk add on benda deco2 tu later on jelah tunggu budget buat sikit2 haha. u puchong utama eh? i'm in puchong prima.opposite impiana. desa idaman. hehe

Elly Anaille March 22, 2012 at 12:30 PM  

mama lynd: saya pun sukeeeeee wat renovation sbb banyak gile idea tetiba tapi x suke bile duit kuar. huwaaaaaaa!

lisa: rumah ni kat bkt kuchai, sebelah kinrara. parents i dok bkt puchong. PIL i dok kinrara. oke gile dekat x payah gaduh nak balik kampung time raya. haha.

Suzie Thomas March 22, 2012 at 7:43 PM  

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