Eliminate Stop Work Orders. One of the most serious offenses you can receive from the NYC Department of Buildings is a stop work order (SWO). When a repair or construction site is judged unsafe, SWOs—also known as Stop work orders—are issued. If you haven’t gotten a note on your door,
Attic Conversions in New York City is a major concern. Unauthorized conversions is widespread in New York City. In reality, attics are occasionally improperly converted into rental rooms, and these improper conversions may result in Department of Building infractions that must be remedied. Attic conversion is in violation of the
Have you recently gotten a work without permit violation? Work Without Permit Violations occur when you have work performed on your building and did not get the appropriate permit. This can result in a stop work order (SWO), which means your project will not be completed in a timely manner.
Have you recently gotten an OATH violation and are wondering how to correct it? The truth is that you must correct the hazardous condition in order to remove the violation from your building’s public record. Let’s take a look at how to complete an OATH violations removal. What are the
Are you facing a gas shutdown in the Bronx? Gas shutdowns occur when the Department of Buildings finds an unsafe situation regarding the gas lines, gas metering or gas appliances in your residential building. Reasons for Gas Shutdowns Bronx In general, gas shutdowns occur when a hazardous condition has been
Correcting Oath Violations Have you recently received an OATH violation? OATH violations are issued by the NYC Department of Buildings. OATH is the acronym for the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. If you’ve received an OATH violation, it means your building, part of your building or a system within the