Our Solution Partners


The most well-known company in the new generation of smart home systems

We are delighted to work with the renowned architect Ertuğ Ertuğrul, who stands out for his innovative approach to North Cyprus architecture and his modernist style

Re/Max Golden continues its activities as the most professional North Cyprus real estate agency since 2003 provides property sales and leasing services throughout North Cyprus, primarity in Nicosia, Kyrenia and Famagusta regions.

ALUMIL, 26 years since its establishment, is today one of the largest and most technologically advanced, industrial Groups in Europe in the field of research, development and production of aluminum extrusion products.

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General Species

Electrical

Electrical switches in organised grid systems

Broadband internet infrastructure

Central Satellite: multi-switch device and 3 satellite dishes provided

Communal Generator provided

Street lighting Italian brand

Powered curtains infrastructure

CORE Smart Home system

Concealed pop-up power socket on worktop

Ceiling spot lights fitted in lounge

Construction

Foundation columns and slabs (Kascon) C30 concrete throughout

Raft foundations throughout approx. 1m thick

Structure reinforcement built to the Civil Engineer’s rules & regulations

Exterior stone design of Karpaz hand crafted stone work quality

Plumbing

SIEMENS/BOSCH fully fitted kitchen appliances

SIEMENS/BOSCH type Inverter AC units: 18,000 BTU in lounge, 9,000 BTU in bedrooms

HANSGROHE luxury bathroom fittings

Heat and Sound insulated PVC plumbing

Solar panel water heating system

Insulation

Heat and sound insulated foam concrete floors throughout indoor areas

Double membrane insulation on roof against water/damp

Double membrane insulation on basement walls

Foam insulation (5cm thick) on roof against heat/cold covered with white gravel

Water insulation on all open terraces and balconies

Insulated aluminium ‘Alumil’ double-glazed windows with argon gas injected in between