Reviewed by Jay Tan・Submitted 29 Mar 2019・ Project completed Mar 2018・Designer Jake
I get to know Nu Infinity through their facebook profile. Jake was assigned to renovate my house. I wanted the 1st floor to be bigger and more storage space. Jake is professional, talented and showed me a few designs that are very creative. He was also understanding with my tight budget as I can see he put in extra effort to look for cheaper brands but with good quality materials in terms of painting, furniture, workmanship etc… the project took longer than expected because I believe I was away for outstation and was away again during the CNY. Thumbs up to Jake as he was accommodative with my time and was able to work immediate after the 1st week of CNY
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