Plumbing Code Violation Removal in LA & San Fernando Valley
Chatsworth Plumbing Code Violation Removal
Over our 40 years of experience, we have become exceptionally familiar with the policies laid out by the Environmental Control Board and Department of Buildings. Their policies stand in place to keep tenants and visitors of commercial properties safe while using the plumbing facilities. Most violations are sloppy mistakes made by past plumbers – we have the expertise to correct them for you in a timely fashion.
Do you have a plumbing code violation you need assistance in resolving? Contact Lynch Plumbing. at (818) 483-0139 to see how our licensed plumbers can help!
Common Types of Plumbing Code Violations
While these range quite widely – and we are more than equipped to resolve every possible violation – there are many very common mistakes that many contractors make, and they usually have to do with the high demand for space in these expensive buildings.
Five of the most common plumbing code violations include:
- Improper drainpipe sloping
- Insufficient amount of clean-outs
- Improper clean-out placement
- Improper fittings for changes of direction
- Insufficient space around toilet
What to Expect from Our Drain Cleaning Services
These policies are put in place to make sure that the plumbing systems can operate correctly so that the tenants and individuals inside the buildings can be free of health hazards related to poor plumbing.
Our plumbing team is equipped to locate your violation, bring your plumbing up to code, and help you obtain the proper “Proof of Correction” forms to get your building back up and running.
Call (818) 483-0139 today to speak to one of our City plumbing code violations experts about correcting your problem, removing the violation, and returning your building back to operation.
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