Floor Plan Dimensions May Not Be 100% Accurate
While the floor plan or unit plan may seem complete, it may not always be a hundred percent accurate and are sometimes prepared or drafted for the purpose of facilitating maintenance or renovation works.
You may sometimes also see a disclaimer or a note within the floor or unit plan indicating that the dimensions are only indicative which is why on site verification is recommended.
Advisable to Take Actual Measurements On Site
When it comes to measurements or dimensions, it is always advisable to take actual on site dimensions so that your fitting out or renovation works will be done properly and correctly and that your fixtures and fittings will be able to fit nicely into the premises without having any issues.
Failing to take actual site measurements before fabrication of fixtures can result in the fixtures not being able to fit nicely into the premises.
While it may seem like a shortcut or a quicker way to get things done by just looking at the floor plan, it is not the best idea to do so as you may end up incurring more unnecessarily costs on rectification works even before moving in to the new premise.
It is always important to maximise the space that you have and have an efficient set up especially when space in Singapore is limited.