Plumbing code violations are initiated for many different reasons, and they can be issued for both commercial and residential properties as well. Plumbing code violations are generally issued on commercial buildings during routine inspections, building renovations, or if someone files a formal complaint on an older building. Residences can receive plumbing violations for renovations without a permit, illegal plumbing like drains, or if tenants or neighbors complain. If you receive plumbing code violations, you haven’t necessarily done anything wrong. Generally, plumbing code violations aren’t intentional, many people are just not aware of the Uniform Plumbing Code.
Plumbing code violations may be the result of old plumbing that is not safe and sanitary, or it may stem from plumbing that is not installed correctly, but the Universal Plumbing Code is also enforced for your protection.
Plumbing code violations have been handled quickly and dependably by Daniel’s Plumbing. If you have Code violations that need to be corrected, we can help you right away! We are fully versed in the Uniform Plumbing Code as well as city-specific addendums.