Jurong West Central 1

Designed by Forefront Interior

Jurong West Central 1 by Forefront Interior
Jurong West Central 1 by Forefront Interior
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Jurong West Central 1 by Forefront Interior
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Jurong West Central 1 by Forefront Interior
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Property Type
Apartment
Property Status
Resale
Area Size
92m²
Cost
S$ 63,000
Bedrooms
3
Style
Scandinavian
Renovation Duration
8 weeks
Year of Completion
2019
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Works included

  • Carpentry
  • Flooring
  • Hacking
  • Painting
  • Plumbing
  • Feature Wall
  • Electrical Rewiring
  • Aircon
  • Tiling
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About Forefront Interior

Accreditation: CaseTrust Forefront Interior is spearheaded by Joey Pear, who was the General Manager/Senior Consultant of an established local interior design firm. His natural flair for design and impeccable service earned him a stream of satisfied clients mainly through word of mouth. Living up to the company tagline ‘Redefining Designs’, our designs will not be guided by trends but tailored to the lifestyles of our clients.
Accreditation: CaseTrust Forefront Interior is spearheaded by Joey Pear, who was the General Manager/Senior Consultant of an established local interior design firm. His natural flair for design and impeccable service earned him a stream of satisfied clients mainly through word of mouth. Living up to the company tagline ‘Redefining Designs’, our designs will not be guided by trends but tailored to the lifestyles of our clients.Read MoreHide
4.7
Based on reviews left by homeowners
Professionalism4.8 / 5
Workmanship4.5 / 5
Project Management4.7 / 5
Design4.7 / 5
Accreditation
HDB-registered
CaseTrust
Supertrust 2020Supertrust 2019Supertrust 2018Supertrust 2017
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Reviews (105)
Bk Ng
Utterly disappointed with the quality of the end product.
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Reviewed by Bk Ng・Submitted 29 Sep 2020・Project completed Sep 2020・Designer JT Hew

Although there are other IDs that quoted us a better price, we decided to trust and go along with JT to have our house done up nicely. But we are utterly disappointed with the quality of the handover / end product. Many issues/defects were left unfixed. Yes, JT did mentioned that he will help to rectify the problems, but as we have already moved in, most of the times we are left with the choice of "suck it up and use (insert whatever quick fix method) to patch over the defect" or "hacking / major works that will create a huge mess that require hours and hours of cleaning". Shouldn't the house be checked thoroughly and ensure that everything is in order before handing over to the customer? Also, it seems like the contractors that they engaged are not honest /up to standard: Scenario 1 (dishonest contractors): I noticed a small white patch (photos attached below) on my master bedroom wall titles, after using water to clean it off, I discovered that someone actually chipped part of the title off, and tried to use white cement to cover it up. Upon discovering it, I immediately inform JT and the respond I got is "nobody (contractors or project manager Jack) will own up now. JT told me the only choices that I have now is to remove my vanity mirror with cabinet, hack the wall titles and put up a new one, or use cement to plaster over the chipped area. With all my furniture moved in, all the hacking will create too much dirt and cleaning work afterwards, so I'm left with no choice but to accept using cement to plaster the chipped area. Scenario 2 (poor workmanship from their aircon contractor): Few days after moving in, I noticed there is water dripping down from the rubber air con pipes. Aircon contractor came to check and admitted/apologize that they did not black tape the connection point of 2 rubber pipes, causing condensation and water dripping. All they did was to black tape the connection point, and ensure me that there will be no problem afterwards. Alas, after 1 week later water starts to drip from the same area again. Aircon contractor will come down to my place to take a look at the issue again, which is the following day at the point of typing this review. Scenario 3 (contractor damage both my bedroom doors): Again, JT did send a contractor down to "fix" the doors, but why wasn't it repaired before handing over to us? And by "fixing", the contractor just plaster something on and paint the doors. I trust them with my house reno and they end up damaging my doors. There are just too many things to list here.. So if the management team of Forefront Interior or any new home owners would like me to share more of my experience, feel free to drop me a PM.

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Bk Ng
Utterly disappointed with the quality of the end product.
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Reviewed by Bk Ng・Submitted 29 Sep 2020・Project completed Sep 2020・Designer JT Hew

Although there are other IDs that quoted us a better price, we decided to trust and go along with JT to have our house done up nicely. But we are utterly disappointed with the quality of the handover / end product. Many issues/defects were left unfixed. Yes, JT did mentioned that he will help to rectify the problems, but as we have already moved in, most of the times we are left with the choice of "suck it up and use (insert whatever quick fix method) to patch over the defect" or "hacking / major works that will create a huge mess that require hours and hours of cleaning". Shouldn't the house be checked thoroughly and ensure that everything is in order before handing over to the customer? Also, it seems like the contractors that they engaged are not honest /up to standard: Scenario 1 (dishonest contractors): I noticed a small white patch (photos attached below) on my master bedroom wall titles, after using water to clean it off, I discovered that someone actually chipped part of the title off, and tried to use white cement to cover it up. Upon discovering it, I immediately inform JT and the respond I got is "nobody (contractors or project manager Jack) will own up now. JT told me the only choices that I have now is to remove my vanity mirror with cabinet, hack the wall titles and put up a new one, or use cement to plaster over the chipped area. With all my furniture moved in, all the hacking will create too much dirt and cleaning work afterwards, so I'm left with no choice but to accept using cement to plaster the chipped area. Scenario 2 (poor workmanship from their aircon contractor): Few days after moving in, I noticed there is water dripping down from the rubber air con pipes. Aircon contractor came to check and admitted/apologize that they did not black tape the connection point of 2 rubber pipes, causing condensation and water dripping. All they did was to black tape the connection point, and ensure me that there will be no problem afterwards. Alas, after 1 week later water starts to drip from the same area again. Aircon contractor will come down to my place to take a look at the issue again, which is the following day at the point of typing this review. Scenario 3 (contractor damage both my bedroom doors): Again, JT did send a contractor down to "fix" the doors, but why wasn't it repaired before handing over to us? And by "fixing", the contractor just plaster something on and paint the doors. I trust them with my house reno and they end up damaging my doors. There are just too many things to list here.. So if the management team of Forefront Interior or any new home owners would like me to share more of my experience, feel free to drop me a PM.

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