April 9 in Ingushetia opening of the first energy-efficient homes in the country, which is located in the town of Karabulak. To take part in the opening ceremony, came in the Republic general manager of the State Corporation "Fund of assistance to reforming housing and communal services of Russia," Konstantin Tsitsin.
Construction of 84 apartment houses were built in the framework of the program "Moving people out of dilapidated housing of the Republic of Ingushetia in 2011-2012." The house was built in the shortest possible time and with the latest technology.
Switches on the instrument lighting. These innovations are economically justified and for the residents of these houses utilities fees significantly reduced.
K.Tsitsin and Yunus Evkurov handed the keys from new apartments to five families, together cut the ribbon and took the elevator to the sixth floor where you installed all the technical component of the "smart home". After examining her, the head of the republic and the director of the Foundation visited several homes and talked to the new settlers.
After the official opening of the head of Ingushetia and CEO of the Fund of assistance to reforming housing and communal services responded to reporters' questions.
Yunus-Bek Yevkurov said that in the future all the houses to be built in the country, will be designed taking into account the use of energy efficient technologies.
"Moreover, we will negotiate with the Krasnodar company for equipment existing homes similar equipment," — he said.
K. Tsitsin, commenting on a past event, said he was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the works.
"I'm really glad that I saw here. The quality that I have seen, is fully consistent with the fact that today is the market for new technologies. Moreover, the electricity that is released into the balance, the house will be able to sell the city ", — said K. Tsitsin.
With regard to the content and maintenance of the house, CEO of the Foundation said that the content of such houses is cheaper than the service of the existing "five-story" of the Soviet era.