Halloween may be over, but Skyworld is just getting started on having fun with their Horror Campaign. Carried out in conjunction with the Halloween festivities last week, Skyworld has taken a new approach to rolling out its ‘Quality’ campaign.

The developer has released a series of ‘Horror Stories of New Homes’, depicting a family who moved into a new home and was then continuously haunted with cracking walls, popping tiles, and leaky ceilings.

According to Mr. Lee Chee Seng, Chief Operating Officer of SkyWorld Development Group, “There are many homeowners who do not know what defects to look out for when getting keys to their new homes because they have a lack of knowledge on house defects or they are overexcited to renovate their new homes.

“House defects are common but checking for defects is a step that is always taken lightly. We hope these videos will induce some mystery feel and create curiosity to get homeowners wanting to know more about house defects and how to detect it. We want to encourage especially new homeowners to join the Quality tour to learn to identify house defects before it’s too late or the problems will come to you and it can be horrible.”

The video series was created to boost awareness on learning about housing defects and what property owners can do about it, while encouraging them to join the SkyWorld Quality Tour to learn about the quality of certified workmanship in Malaysia.

According to Lee, housing defects is a major issue for many homeowners, but the challenge is in making the topic interesting enough for homeowners to actually want to learn more about it. According to Lee, “The idea of making these horror stories was to enlighten new homeowners of the nightmares that will haunt them due to poor workmanship. We wanted to use horror stories that relates back to defects found in newly built homes to evoke a sense of scariness and worry so that homeowners are mindful of the impacts.”

A conscientious developer, SkyWorld believes in building responsibly and delivering products of quality. It is for these reasons that they have invested in Malaysia’s first-of-its-kind Quality Centre, as an epitome of SkyWorld’s Quality pledge to its purchasers and the public.

The centre not only teaches home buyers and owners about their rights and responsibilities as property owners, but also it also serves as an educational hub for the quality compliant workmanship in Malaysia.

Since opening its doors to the public in 2018, the SkyWorld Quality Centre has benefitted over 2,000 participants. The SkyWorld Quality Centre is open to all who wish to learn the difference between quality compliant standards and non-compliant standards. All tours are strictly by appointment. To join SkyWorld Quality Tour, kindly register your interest at www.skyworld.my/skyworld-quality for more details.

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(5th November 2019)