Fire Sprinkler Violations are Important
Fire sprinkler violations may seem like a nuisance which interrupts your life and/or your business. However, taking care of these violations may be important for the safety of your family, your employees, and your clients. Even if your building is an empty warehouse with no one living or working in it, resolving your fire sprinkler violations may be the best way to protect your property – an investment worth keeping safe.
Our experts will assist you in the removal of existing violations that are issued by the various authorities. Authorities which can issue violations are the Housing Preservation & Development (HPD), the Department Of Buildings (DOB), the Fire Department and many more. Call us today to discuss any of your fire sprinkler violations and to get a free quote.
Environmental Control Board Violations ( ECB )
In addition to Fire Sprinker Violations, you should be aware that there are there are other types of violations isued by the Department of Buildings. For example Environmental Control Board (ECB) violations are issued when a propetry does not comply with City Construction Codes or Zoning Resolutions. There are three types of Environmental Control Boad Violations: Class 1 (Immediately Hazardous), Class 2 (Major). and Class 3 (Lesser).
In particular, you should be aware of:
- Work Without a Permit
- Building Occupied without a Valid Certificate of Occupancy
If you received an Environmental Control Board Violations then it is important to resolve these problems promptly so that you can move forward with your work. Violation removal can be contracted on a per-violation or per-building basis. Our knowledgeable team includes:
- Licensed Master Plumbers
- Licensed Sprinkler Contractor
- Licensed Engineer
- Experienced Expediters
- Registered Architect
- Legally Insured General Contractor
- Licensed General Contractors
If you are in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, or the Bronx, Boris Mechanical, Inc can help you resolve your fire sprinkler violation or Environmental Control Board violations.