[Article Source: FDNY]

"An FDNY violation is an official notice that a property is not in compliance with the New York City Fire Code and/or Fire Department Rules. Some infractions are minor, while others can create dangerous situations resulting in immediate action by the Fire Department or even the issuance of a criminal summons. Violations can be found during an FDNY inspection or based on complaints to the City. The following types of violations are issued/ordered in New York City: Notice of Violation, Violation Order, Criminal Summonses and a Vacate Order.

To remove a violation from record, the unsafe condition must be corrected and proof of the correction must be provided to the FDNY. After correcting the condition, a Certificate of Correction must be completed within 35 days from the day the violation originally was issued. Locations where a Vacate Order was issued must be re-inspected to complete the correction process."

Has your property receive an Official Violation Notice from FDNY?  It is important that you react to a notice promply and take immediate action.  Since all violations are time sensitive, contact DSSI for a timely and professional assessment of the nature of the violation and recommedations to remediate the situation.  The clock is ticking on your violation, so prompt action is needed.

Contact DSSI at 212-240-9500 for an immediate response and remediation assistance.