Project – Stavros Tis Psokas – Completed

In the heart of Pafos Forest, among idyllic and green scenery of exceptional beauty, “Stavros tis Psokas” is found. In this area, one can find the Forestry Station offices, the church of Timios Stavros, a small café and restaurant, footpaths, camping grounds and rest houses. There is also a fenced area, where visitors have the opportunity to marvel at the endemic Mouflon (Ovis gmelini ophion) within its natural habitat.

Visitors at Stavros tis Psokas can spend the night in Pafos Forest by booking to stay at the local forest rest house or in the wooden houses. The rest house includes 7 separate rooms, each with en-suite facilities, housed within a beautiful 2-floor building constructed in 1947 and recently renovated with an aim to tend to the basic needs of its guests. The individual wooden houses have a capacity of up to 4 people.

Z&X Mechanical Installations, with over 30 years experience in the field and a strong reputation, was proudly appointed as the mechanical engineering company to undertake the renovation of those old houses from 1947 to be offered for agrotourism and special interest tourism .

Proudly our team have completed the project before the deadline including plumbing, sewage planning and sanitary fitting. See below the full job description:

AC split units were installed for space air conditioning and heating.

Heating through radiators, hydro box and VRV system

A complete plumbing system is installed consisting:

(a) pex pipe in pipe piping and manifolds for the piping of all the sanitary fittings for both the hot and cold water as well as the drinking water .

(b) a complete sewage system consists of all the pvc plastic piping for all the sanitary fittings to the fist outside manhole.

(c) connection of all the sanitary fittings to the plumbing and sewage piping and installation of all the accessories.

(d) an inverter pressure pump system is installed to provide high water pressure to all the sanitary fittings, saving water as well as energy.

Moving away from Stavros tis Psokas, there is a choice to take the eastward road which leads to Kykkos Monastery and on to the beautiful Cedar Valley. In the same direction, there is also the choice to visit the village of Panagia and other villages in the area. If one was to follow the westward road, from Stavros tis Psokas towards the village of Lysos, there is the option to visit the Valley of Agios Merkourios where a picnic site is located. This road continues on, passing the location where Evagoras Pallikarides was captured, and through the scenic villages of Lysos, Meladeia, Peristerona and Steni, ending up in Polis Chrysochous.

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