The 7th Edition (2020) Florida Building Code (FBC) was derived a bit different this code cycle as legislatively it was directed that the base code for this cycle would be to essentially, adopt the 6th Edition (2017) FBC as the base code, rather than the traditional method of using the International Code(s) (ICC) as the base or model code.
FBC (R) 3005.4, FBC (R) 3113 Check for proper backing support of wall hung fixtures. FBC 2705.1(2) Check for proper test of waste and vent systems. FBC (R) 2503 Check vent termination above roof has minimum horizontal projection of 10 feet from any window, door or air intake. FBC (R) 3103.5, FBC (R) 3103.6.
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As of December 1, 2020, the 2020 NEC is in effect in six states, the 2017 NEC is in effect in twenty-nine states, the 2014 NEC is in effect in nine states and the 2008 NEC is in effect in two states. If you have a question on the status of NEC enforcement in any state, please contact Jeff Sargent .
Florida Building Code - Existing Building, Sixth Edition (2017) - 5650L17 This is a fully integrated code based on the 2015 IEBC. Florida Building Code Administrative Chapter 1 is included.
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FBC = Florida Building Code 2010 If Yes, ICC NER, Florida Product Approval or Miami Dade NOA, provide complete associated installation instruction details. Valleys FBC 1507.2.9.2 Note: A product wrapper containing the product approval information needs to be placed w ith the permit card for both Roof in progress & FINAL inspection.
FBC (2004) ICC (2006) 44 5.7 5.0 24 20 Up and Coming The ICC Code Technology Committee is considering modifying the codes for the next ICC code change cycle. The proposed change would require that operable windows in certain occupancies be equipped with devices called sash limiters, which restrict the initial opening height of a window to no