Double thermally insulated walls between flats: double layer hollow panels

Boilers (installed on the balcony) linked to the central heating system and installed heating pipes

Doors and windows made of PVC

Triple walls consist of:

  • A monolithic outer (facade) reinforced concrete panel
  • An insulation layer
  • An inner lightweight hollow concrete panel

Fully furnished Balcony

Partition walls within flats

Concrete floors

Plastered walls and ceilings

Plumbing in the kitchen and the bathroom

A steel front door

Pre-installed electrical cabling to every flat

MEGA Gldani is the first project which will be delivered with levels of insulation far higher than the industry-standard ‘white structure’, to which have been added:

  • Special thermally insulated triple outer walls
  • Double thermally insulated walls between flats
  • Inner partitions of hollow panels
  • Boilers (installed on the balcony)linked to the central heating system
  • Pre-installed central heating pipes

Heating expenses make up a significant proportion of the day-to-day cost of owning a flat, and the thermal insulation of the walls plays a major role in this regard. The high degree of insulation Mega Gldani’s triple outer, double inner and single partition walls promise will offer many advantages:

  • High thermal insulation
  • Minimal heating costs in winter
  • Minimal air-conditioning in summer
  • Excellent sound-proofing

Delivering an insulated structure also implies the following:

  • Triple outer walls (facade)
  • Double walls between flats
  • Hollow slabs made of reinforced concrete for covering the space between floors
  • Boilers installed on balconies and connected to the gas network
  • Pre-installed central heating pipes
  • A steel front door
  • Doors and windows made of PVC
  • Plastered walls and ceilings
  • Plumbing in the kitchen and the bathroom
  • Concrete floors
  • Pre-installed electrical cabling to every flat
  • Fully refurnished balconies