Renovation of apartment blocks reduces condominium costs for tenants
This year, more than 50 apartment complexes will be renovated, and over 130 elevators will be repaired or replaced. Mayor of Nur-Sultan Altay Kulginov wrote that on his Instagram page, the official website of the city hall reports.
"Within the framework of the UN development program project, five apartment blocks are under major repairs. Repair works have been completed in three residential complexes. UNDP conducts the works free of charge. The pilot project covers buildings of a residential quarter located at the intersection of Pushkin Street and Zhubanov Street.
Thus, the renovation includes building insulation, facade and staircase renovation, windows and doors replacement, LED lighting installation, replacement of the heating pipeline and installation of automated heat supply units (AHUs).
These efforts allow for significant reduction in the heat losses of a building. The average annual heating expenditure incurred by the residents reduces by half. After all, the AHU, following outdoor air sensors, supplies apartments with the optimal heating temperature depending on the weather, while residents will only pay for the actual consumption of heating energy. In addition, the renovation also allows residents to reduce the cost of services provided by the condominium service organization.
Residential buildings renovation is also underway within the framework of the state program of housing and untilities development called Nurly Zher and the Employment Roadmap. This year, more than 50 apartment complexes will be repaired, and over 130 elevators are to be maintained or replaced. These works will significantly improve housing conditions," Altay Kulginov wrote.
Photo by Alexander Kupriyenko
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