Residents of houses with basement boilers not to be left without heat due to their shutting down
Penza, 20 July 2016. PenzaNews. Penza residents, whose houses were heated by basement heating systems, will be provided with heat, despite shutting down basement boiler rooms. This was reported by the Penza mayor Victor Kuvaytsev at the meeting on preparation to the heating season, which took place in the mayor’s office on Wednesday, July 20.
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“Concerns of residents that the boiler rooms are located in basements and cannot be used by law are removed by the solutions [provided],” the head of the administration remarked.
Victor Kuvaytsev urged to speed up the work on preparing land for placing four new modular boilers, because the investors will need time for their installation, which should be complete by the beginning of the heating season.
In turn, the general director of JSC “Penzteplosnabzhenie” Valery Kolesnikov, who also participated in the meeting, said that company’s experts are already studying the issue concerning the heat supply to two houses, which were previously heated by basement heating systems.
He said that the boiler in the house No. 10 on Belinskogo street in Penza will not be shut down, because it operates with low-pressure gas and, according to the law, can continue to be exploited.
“The boiler rooms in the house No. 5 on Kirova street were eliminated. […] Shutting down is performed by connecting to the “T Plus” networks. The connection point is on the territory of the Legislative Assembly [of the Penza region],” Valery Kolesnikov added.