I have ordered a stainless steel bathroom cabinet cum mirror. Now a bit concerned that the constant moist state of the bathroom may cause the interior of the cabinet to deteriorate like shit. Any comments?
it is very impt to me becos my experience with the last 2 places is that due to steam - the ceiling sorta absorbs all the mositure n u can see some 'algae' forming... it's not alot, but it's just irritating.. i like my wallls n ceilings white n clean. been using them in all my toilets and it is effective... i find the water in the shower disappearing faster than norm too... but i dun think this is one of the functions. main thing is that it extracts the steam.
i personally find black or dark flooring for toilet better, especially shower area, if you know what i mean.
another thing to take note of is clothes near the bathroom area. Some ppl like the idea of walk-in wardrobe near bathroom but if their clothes are not 'enclosed' in a cabinet, mildew (is that what you call it) will result and white clothes turn yellow especially at the collar
Doll, u can get them to tap from your toilet lights... ie, when u turn on toilet lights, the ventilation comes on. it's only a minor inconvenience when u want the ventilation but not the light - ie during the day.
HPS is non transferable from property to property, unlike private insurance. Also, if you contract a critical illness your premium will be waived. Most importantly, if you do make a claim (death, permanent physical/mental disability or terminal illness), HPS will only exempt you from paying for your remaining mortgage loan, while private insurance will pay you a lump sum of cash. After paying off the remaining mortgage loan you will have a sum of money for your other expenditure.
HPS premium can be paid through CPF while private insurance is by cash.
I'm trying to apply to sublet my HDB 4-room. According to HDB instructions online, the application must be approved prior to sublet.
However, in their online application, it requests for the rental amount and tenant details. How on earth am I suppose to provide all these if I'm only allowed to sublet after HDB approval? I actually called a friend who is a property agent. He too advised me to 1st get HDB approval before seeking for tenants. Totally chicken and egg.
I have written in and waiting for their advice.
Anyone here that has successfully gotten HDB approval to sublet? Can you advise me?
i got the approval PRIOR to getting a tenant... although i already had a tenant in waiting. was under mum, and basically she went to the branch office personally... therefore there was no need to input the 'details' since all verbal, but a rough level was given including the likely commencment. Even if u get approval, u still need to have your tenants 'approved' again. and agreement stamped.