REMOVE STOP WORK ORDER VIOLATIONS

Coned Violations Removal

Have you recently received a gas violation from ConEd? Gas violations can occur due to a number of reasons, including you were having work done and the inspector found a problem or one of your residents called the gas company to report a leak or a hazardous situation regarding the gas

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Gas Certification

                                                Plumbers: Gas Certification  Are you a master plumber or plumbing contractor? If you are and you work on gas lines, there’s an important date you need

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HPD Violations Removal

When you receive an HPD violation, it means that your building is in violation of one or more of New York City’s housing quality laws and/or codes. One of the most common reasons for this type of violation is because your building contains unsafe gas or water plumbing pipes, or the

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Understanding Limited Alteration Applications (LAA Permits)

Limited Alteration Applications (LAA Permits) are used exclusively by licensed master plumbers, licensed oil burner installer and licensed master fire suppression piping contractors in order to install or replace water, gas and fire suppression pipes.   LAA Permit Basics  The department of NYC Buildings requires LAA permits for small plumbing jobs

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Regulations Updates on Stop Work Orders

If you’ve received a recent stop work order on your building renovations in NYC and are considering continuing with the work to spite the fines and penalties, you may want to reconsider. The city of New York increased the fines as of June 18, 2018 by $1,000 and $2,000 respectively.

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How to Remove a Stop Work Order in NYC 

How to Remove a Stop Work Order in NYC Has your property recently received a stop work order? Stop work orders are issued by the Department of Buildings for a variety of reasons, including not having a permit and working in unsafe conditions. Reasons Stop Work Orders Are Issued There

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