North Carolina Building Codes

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INCORPORATED AMENDMENTS
Amendments for 2018 codes
2017–2019 Approved Cumulative Amendments
Effective date: 1/1/2019
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2016–2018 Approved Cumulative Amendments
Effective 1/1/2018
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Amendments for 2012 codes
Building Code – 2012 (Chapters 1-15, 34-end) NC Amendments
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Building Code – 2012 (Chapters 16-33) NC Amendments
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Fire Code – 2012 NC Amendments
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Fuel Gas Code – 2012 NC Amendments
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Mechanical Code – 2012 NC Amendments
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Plumbing Code – 2012 NC Amendments
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Residential Code – Townhouse Sprinkler Amendment
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2012 NC Residential Code, Part 4 Energy Conservation (Adopted 12/14/2010)
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2012 NC Energy Conservation Code (Adopted 12/14/2010)
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2012–2015 Approved Cumulative Amendments (Effective 1/1/2015)
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2014–2016 Approved Cumulative Amendments (Effective 1/1/2016)
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2015–2017 Approved Cumulative Amendments (Effective 1/1/2017)
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2012 NCECC, 2012 NCRC, Duct Leakage to the Outside
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2012 NC Residential Code, Chapters 5 & 8, Southern Pine Span Tables
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2012 NC Building Code, Chapter 23, Southern Pine Span Tables
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North Carolina Building Codes

The building codes of North Carolina adopt the the North Carolina Administrative Code and Policies 2018, International Building Code 2015 (IBC 2015), International Energy Conservation Code 2015 (IECC 2015), International Existing Building Code 2015 (IEBC 2015), International Fire Code 2015 (IFC 2015), International Fuel Gas Code 2015 (IFGC 2015), International Mechanical Code 2015 (IMC 2015), International Plumbing Code 2015 (IPC 2015), International Residential Code 2015 (IRC 2015), and the NFPA 70 ‒ National Electrical Code 2017. These codes include amendments enacted at the state level.

North Carolina building codes, including the fire and residential codes

Amendments

States and cities enact critical amendments to the base codes. North Carolina has made amendment to the codes. UpCodes provides the only source to view these amendments integrated into the model codes. Learn about amendments

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