Discussion in 'Surin News' started by gotlost, Jan 11, 2020.
Taking it to its knees.
Not a revamp then. Complete new build maybe?
Not a maybe. FACT. BUT..we drove by about 12 noon and there were about 2 dozen workers on site. It was being demolished north to south, east to west and top to bottom. Someone could drive by next week and get another look. There is one small sign on the corner that says McShyt Coming Soon.
Picture is Wood's Som Tam stall on the evening market immediately past IQ on the Prasat Road
He has been really busy so I'm guessing his food must be good
Go on, Colin... Be brave and try it. I'm sure it will be delicious!
These artists' impressions of the Do Home building were on the Surin City Talk FB page in December. They looked as though the original building's frame would remain, with a large new canopy covering almost the whole of the parking area, including the section in front of what was the construction material area near to the original road access. Judge for yourselves:
The offer above seems a very good price for a 12,000 BTU Inverter Aircon unit made by Sharp. If it is typical of what Do Home can do, maybe the likes of HomePro, Thai Watsadu, and Global etc., will be forced to"Do One"!
Global House is doing a remodel...
They were also selling Haier 18,000 BTU units for 13,990 THB just after Christmas.
New canopy, GL?
I have noticed the price of Inverter AC's have been falling the past year or so, same as flat-screen TV's. However, a 12,000 BTU Inverter AC for less than 10,000 baht does seem very good value indeed.
I think it will be a revamp. But an extreme one, that will keep the original girder construction. The savings would be huge.
I guess we will find out soon.
I hope they engineer the portico construction correctly.
Another fire first?
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