|Project Name||Rezi 3Two|
|Developer||KSH Holdings, TEE Realty and Heeton Homes Pte Ltd|
|No. Of Units||65 Residential Units|
|Expected TOP||31 December 2017|
Cast in-situ concrete bored pile generally and/or other approved foundation system.
2 SUB-STRUCTURE AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
Reinforced concrete structure and/or steel structure and/or precast reinforced concrete structure.
(a) External Walls – Reinforced concrete wall and/or block wall and/or precast concrete panel wall system and/or brick wall.
(b) Internal Walls – Reinforced concrete wall and/or block wall and/or precast concrete panel wall system and/or drywall plaster board partition system and/or brick wall.
Reinforced concrete roof with appropriate waterproofing system and insulation and/or metal roof and insulation for apartments.
(i) Living, Dining, Kitchen(open), Bedrooms, Study, Balcony, PES and other areas : Skim coat with or without plaster ceiling board and/or fibrous plaster ceiling board with or without box-ups to designated areas.
(ii) Bathrooms, Powder Room, Kitchen : Fibrous plaster ceiling board with or without box-ups to designated areas.
(b) Common Areas
(i) Car park, Staircases, M&E services rooms/shaft : Skim coat.
(ii) Lift lobby, Management office, Gymnasium, Sky Terrace, Toilets for disabled : Skim coat and/or fibrous plaster ceiling board where applicable.
(a) (1) Wall – for Apartment Units
(i) Living, Dining, Bedrooms, Study, Passageway, and other areas : Cement & sand plaster and/or skim coat where applicable.
(ii) Kitchen : Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles to exposed designated areas and/or cement & sand plaster and/or skim coat and/or Mosaic tiles
(iii) Bathrooms : Homogenous and/or Ceramic tiles and/or Mosaic tiles to designated exposed areas.
(iv) Powder Room : Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles to exposed areas.
(v) Balcony, Air Con Ledge, PES : Cement & sand plaster and/or skim coat.
(2) Wall – External (Common Areas)
(i) External walls including recreational common areas : Cement & sand plaster and/or skim coat and/or textured finished and/or Stone where applicable.
(ii) Multi-Storey car park : Cement/sand plaster and/or skim coat and/or metal screen where applicable.
(3) Wall – Internal (Common Areas)
(i) Corridors, Staircases, Landing, Multi-storey Car park, Recreational Common areas and other areas :
Cement/sand plaster and/or skim coat and/or Stone and/or Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles to be selected by Architect.
(ii) Lower 1st level Lift Lobby : Stone and/or Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles to designated areas. Cement/sand plaster and/or skim coat to other areas.
(iii) Lift Lobbies and Multi-storey car park lobbies to other levels :
Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles and/or Marble tiles to designated areas. Cement/sand plaster and/or skim coat to other areas.
(b) (1) Floor – For Apartment Units
(i) Entrance Foyer, Living, Dining, Study, Kitchen (open) : Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles with timber skirting.
(ii) Bedrooms : Timber flooring with or without timber skirting.
(iii) Bathrooms, Balcony, PES : Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles.
(iv) Kitchen (For Type C1P, C1, C2P, C2) : Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles with skirting if applicable.
(2) Floor – Common Area
(i) Lower 1st to 8th Storey Lift Lobbies, 3rd to 8th Storey corridor :
Stone and/or homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles with skirting to be selected by Architect.
(ii) Swimming pool deck, Sky Terrace, Spa deck, Gymnasium, Toilets for disabled, Management Office :
Stone and/or Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles and/or pebble wash and/or carpet or vinyl sheets and/or timber deck to be selected by Architect.
(iii) Staircase 1 and landing from Lower 1st to 2nd storey and Staircase 2 for MSCP :
Homogenous tiles and/or Ceramic tiles with nosing tiles.
(iv) Other staircase levels : Cement & sand screed and staircases to complete with groove lines to staircase treads edge or with nosing tiles.
(v) Other common areas : Cement & sand screed and/or other selected finishes by Architect.
Apartment Units-Powder-Coated or Fluorocarbon aluminium-frame casement and/or sliding windows and/or top hung and/or fixed panel and/or louvres with
clear or tinted glass or frosted glass or opaque glass if applicable.
(i) Main Entrance : Fire-rated timber door.
(ii) Bedrooms : Timber door.
(iii) Bathrooms and Powder Room (where applicable) : Timber door and/or frosted glass door and/or Slide & swing acrylic door.
(iv) Kitchen : Timber door with glass panel.
(v) Living to Balcony & PES : Powder-coated or fluorocarbon aluminium frame sliding glass door.
(vi) PES : Powder-coated aluminium and/or steel frame glass swing gate.
(Note : Selected ironmongery shall be provided to all doors)
9. SANITARY FITTINGS
(a) Master Bathroom and Bathroom 2&3
– 1 vanity wash basin and basin mixer.
– 1 shower area complete with shower mixer if applicable.
– 1 water closet combine with shower area and shower mixer if applicable.
– 1 vanity wash basin and basin mixer outside Master Bath. (For unit type A1A,A1,A2P & A2, only).
– 1 toilet paper holder,1 towel rail, 1 mirror.
(b) Powder Room
– 1 wall hung wash basin , basin mixer and shower mixer.
– 1 water closet, 1 toilet paper holder, 1 towel ring, 1 mirror.
– 1 sink with sink mixer
– 1 bib tap for PES
10. Electrical Installation
Refer to Schedule of Electrical Provision
11. TV/FM/Telephone points
Refer to Schedule of Electrical Provision
12. Lightning Protection
In compliance with Singapore Standard SS 555:2010
(a) Internal Walls : Emulsion paint.
(b) External Walls : Emulsion paint and/or textured coating finish to designated areas.
14. Water Proofing
Waterproofing to floors of Kitchen, Bathrooms, Powder Rooms, Balcony, Air Con ledge, Landscape Deck, Reinforced Concrete Flat Roof, Lower 1st storey Car park, Pool and Pool Deck/Sky Terraces.
15. Driveway and Carpark
(a) External Driveway: Premix and/or reinforced concrete slab.
(b) Driveway and Car park: Reinforced concrete slab with hardener or coating to MSCP.
16. Recreation Facilities
(a) Lower 1st to 2nd Storey : Carparking facilities, Management office
(b) 3rd Storey : Leisure Pool, Gymnasium, BBQ, Sun Deck, Sky Terrace (Entertainment Patio) – Gourmet Dining, Spa Alcove
(c) 6th Storey : Sky terrace (Wellness Patio) – Terrace Lounge, Outdoor Gym
17. Additional Items
(a) Kitchen Cabinet : High and low cabinets with solid surface worktop.
(b) Kitchen Appliances : 1ea. Built-in electric hob, cooker hood, sink, electric oven, washing machine (For Type A1, A1A, A2P, A2, A3, A3A, B1, B1A, B2).
1ea. Built-in electric hob, built-in gas hob, cooker hood, sink, electric oven, washing machine (For Type B3, C1P, C1, C2P, C2 Only).
(c) Wardrobe : Built-in wardrobes to all Bedrooms.
(d) Air-conditioning : Multi-split air-conditioning system–wall mounted fan coil for Living/Dining, Bedrooms and Study.
(e) Hot Water Supply : Hot water supply to all Bathrooms & Powder Room.
(f) Gas : Town Gas NOT provided.
(g) Cable Vision : Provision of outlet only.
(h) Security System : Intercom system. Proximity card access to all communal facilities (where applicable). Vehicular Access System at main entrance.
CCTV surveillance cameras at strategic locations.
(i) Shower : Framed glass shower screen to shower compartment where applicable.
Marble, Limestone and Granite
Marble, compressed marble, limestone and granite are natural stone materials containing veins with tonality differences. There will be colour and markings caused by their complex mineral composition and incorporated impurities. While such materials can be pre-selected before installation, this non-conformity in the marble, compressed marble, limestone or granite as well as non-uniformity between pieces cannot be totally avoided. Granite tiles are pre-polished before laying and care has been taken for their installation. However granite, being a much harder material than marble cannot be re-polished after installation. Hence, some differences may be felt at the joints. Subject to Clause 14.3, the tonality and pattern of the marble, limestone or granite selected and installed shall be subject to availability.
Timber strips are natural material containing veins and tonal differences. Thus, it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in its selection and installation. Timber strips are also subject to thermal expansion and contraction beyond the control of builder and vendor. Natural timber that is used outdoors will become bleached due to sunlight and rain. Thus, the cycle of maintenance on staining will need to be increased as required. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.
Selected tile sizes and tile surface flatness cannot be perfect and subject to acceptable range described in Singapore Standards SS 483:2000.
To ensure good working condition of the air-conditioning system, the system has to be maintained and cleaned by the Purchaser on a regular basis. This includes the cleaning of filters, clearing the condensate pipes and charging of gas.
Television and/or Internet Access
The Purchaser is liable to pay annual fee, subscription fee and such other fees to the television and/or internet service providers or any other relevant party or any other relevant authorities. The Vendor is not responsible to make arrangements with any of the said parties for the service connection for their respective subscription channels and/or internet access.
Materials, Fittings, Equipment, Finishes, Installations and Appliances
Subject to Clause 14.3, the brand, colour and model of all materials, fittings, equipment, finishes, installations and appliances supplied shall be provided subject to Architect’s selection and market availability.
Layout/Location of wardrobes, cabinets, fan coil units, electrical points, television points, telecommunication points, intercom systems, door swing positions and plaster ceiling boards
Layout/Location of wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, fan coil units, electrical points, television points, telecommunication points, intercom system, door swing positions and plaster ceiling boards are subject to Architect’s final decision and design.
Where warranties are given by the manufacturers and/or contractors and/or suppliers of any of the equipment and/or appliances installed by the Vendor at the Unit, the Vendor will assign to the Purchaser such warranties at the time when possession of the Unit is delivered to the Purchaser. Notwithstanding this assignment, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.
Web Portal of the Housing Project
The Purchaser will have to pay annual fee, subscription fee or any such fee to the service provider of the Web Portal of the Housing Project as may be appointed by the Vendor or the management corporation when it is formed.
The false ceiling space provision allows for the optimal function and installation of M&E services. Access panels are allocated for ease of maintenance access to concealed M&E equipment for regular cleaning purpose. Where removal is needed, ceiling works would be required. Location of false ceiling is subject to the Architect’s sole discretion and final design.
Glass is manufactured material that is not 100% pure. Invisible nickel sulphide impurities may cause spontaneous glass breakage, which may occur in all glass by all manufacturers. The Purchaser is recommended to take up home insurance covering glass breakage to cover this possible event. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.
Laminated flooring is manufactured material which contains tonality differences to match natural wood finish. Thus, it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in its selection and installation. Laminated floors are installed in modular planks and are subject to thermal expansion and contraction beyond the control of builder and vendor. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.
Mechanical Ventilation System
Mechanical Ventilation fans and ductings are provided to toilets which are not naturally ventilated. To ensure good working condition of the mechanical ventilation system, the mechanical ventilation system for the exhaust system within internal toilets (where applicable) is to be maintained by the Purchaser on a regular basis.
Certain bathroom and W.C. may be prefabricated construction and all penetrations are sealed at manufacturer’s factory prior to installation on site. Any subsequent penetrations are not recommended as they will compromise the waterproofing warranty.
Planters are designed to take the loading of potted plants only. No soil materials or plants will be provided in the planters.
All wall finishes shall be terminated at false ceiling level. There will be no tiles/stone works behind kitchen cabinets/long bath/vanity cabinet/mirror.