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Hi Cecil, we have moved in on Saturday. Thank you for your previous service. I wanna check with you because friends are telling us don’t put welding photo on the bed frame as per photo, is it true it’s bad?

Long time ago pre 1999. Very common to have in fact a large wedding photo frame hung above the bed.

Thus no issue. 

Just that for those who have a toddler, they love to pull on the wedding photo and it can drop down and cause injury.

Such a tiny one may hit one's head etc...

More to do with common sense then Chinese customs




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Remember: Common sense prevails! Or rather comes first! LOL

Client: Hi master. Can I have black Color for my dining table? Thanks!

Ugly but can lah 
sorry subject to personal taste. LOL

Client: No worries hahaha

old man (like me).. prefer light colours or woody colours.. never own black.. other than black cars.. that's all
scared house dirty.. lots of black ants cannot see them... even red ones hard to see

Client: Hahaha. True true. Now we pick grey haha

Okay.. personally, grey sounds ATAS 



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Hi Master Lee, may I check with u, would it be ok if we swop our sink & stove position? Thank you

Bad choice:
1.  Above the current sink are wonderful waste pipe of #07-9xx where their sink deposits .. gold... sludge directly above it. This means that the stove will be directly below this lovely waste pipes. Hopefully can add substance and food can taste better.

2.  Common sense says no to a stove with it's backing with windows. A15A0273-3EAE-43AB-BC54-BB8C30C96D12.thumb.jpeg.e921c9f9b67d814eb04f848e57524d5c.jpeg89170569-21DB-4F01-AF8E-ADA156CB9C5F.thumb.jpeg.6646090c0fce95ea32cd538059e98a87.jpeg215B9CE1-7EB2-405C-B276-469986758E0B.thumb.jpeg.1e1d9b472b2b962987b138b0c2684a26.jpeg

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On 7/29/2022 at 9:34 PM, Cecil Lee said:

Which recessed ceiling lights should I install in my home? 

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Square lights or round ceiling lights?

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1. Frankly, this has nothing to do with Feng Shui. Yes, based on Common sense.

1.1. There are some claims that square lights have higher luminous efficacy. However, there is no argument, here that both square and round lights are of a flat panel design, thus, they should be of equal luminous efficacy. 

2. Personally, I always prefer round ceiling lights. Why?

3. Majority of the light installers use a drill with a circular saw attached to it. And the diameter of the saw is just nice so that a circular/round ceiling light can easily be mounted once this hole has been drilled.


4. Contrast it with that for a square light.  You don't see a saw capable of sawing a square hole right?

4.1. To install a square light, a circular hole has to be drilled / sawed. Next, a workman (work-person) has to use a linear saw and start to prepare a squarish hole. And the quality of this square hole is at the mercy of this person. If this person is not skillful or had sawed a larger hole, this is what can happen as shown in the above photo. 



This is why I personally prefer this one:


That's Me!


What about you?


Another case of badly cut hole to fit a rectangular light…



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