Severe frosts caused emergencies in several houses, which are serviced by the Daugavpils housing and communal services company (PZhKH) – we are talking about houses with stove heating, the local government website informs.
According to PZhKH, the cold water supply system froze over the weekend in six houses. Every year, as soon as the heating season begins, the workers of the municipal enterprise warn the residents of the houses about the need to maintain the temperature in the premises at least +16 degrees Celsius. However, over the past weekend, residents of these six houses did not comply with this requirement, which led to the fact that due to freezing it became impossible to supply cold water. It is reported that in the near future DDzKSU specialists will carry out the necessary work to eliminate emergency situations.
In one of the apartment buildings, in an apartment on the fifth floor, a radiator leak was detected. The cause of the accident is related to the long service life of the radiator, and the frost made its own corrections to its operation. The problem was temporarily eliminated by the service organization, in the future it is required to replace this radiator at the expense of the owner of the apartment, informs PZhKH.
Source: GOROD.LV – новости Даугавпилса by gorod.lv.
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