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 lines in your building.
What Happens During a Coned Gas Shutdown
During a ConEd gas shutdown, the gas service to your building is turned off. This results in all gas appliances being non-functional. In order to restore gas service to your building, you will have to fix the issue that resulted in the shutdown and submit the appropriate paperwork to the proper authority, usually the NYC Department of Buildings in order to achieve ConEd violations removal.
Common Reasons ConEd Gas Service Is Turned Off
- Gas Leaks/gas Smells in Your Building
- Severe Corrosion of Gas Service Lines
- Unpermitted Gas Line Work
- Unsafe Gas Appliances
Gas Violation Classifications
Gas violations are typically put into one of three categories, including Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3, especially if they are issued via a NYC Department of Buildings’ inspector. Class 1 violations are considered immediately hazardous. This means that your gas service will be turned off.
A Class 2 violation is considered to be a major violation. This classification will also result in a ConEd gas shutdown due to the risk of fire or explosion. A Class 3 violation is considered to be a lesser violation and may result in your gas service being terminated until repairs are completed and the appropriate paperwork has been submitted.
ConEd Gas Shutdown Violations Removal
Here at John Farr Plumbing and Heating, we understand that having your gas service turned off by ConEd, HDP or the NYC Department of Buildings is an emergency situation, especially during the winter when you need gas service to run your furnace or boilers. This is why master plumber, John Farr, provides emergency gas line repairs so that you can have your gas service restored.
Steps to ConEd Violations Removal
When you receive a ConEd gas violation and your gas service is interrupted, there are certain steps you must take in order to achieve ConEd gas violations removal so that you can have your gas service restored in New York City.
- First you would need a work permit
- You would need to open a case with Coned
- Then the repairs can be done
- Then we will need a roughing and gas pressure test
- Schedule an Appointment with the Department of Buildings
- Then we would need gas authorization
- Then Coned can come out and turn you on
- Then I can get a sign-off for the job from the Department of buildings
To get your illegal basement violation, gas company violation, gas boiler violation or any building violations in NYC removed, call John Farr at 917-324-2535.