Codes and Standards Development

NAHB works with other organizations to develop and revise building codes and standards that affect single and multifamily housing, commercial buildings, and remodeling in the areas of structural, fire, energy, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, ventilation, and accessibility. NAHB studies proposed changes to decide whether they improve quality at a cost that's affordable to first-time homebuyers and supports those that increase value to the consumer.

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Successful navigation of building codes, standards and guidelines is critical to the success of every builder, remodeler, construction manager and trade partner. This course is based on the current International Residential Code (IRC) requirements and includes a section on standards. The course …
11/24/2014
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Use this guide to help decide how to vote for cost-effective changes at the code hearings in Dallas this fall.
9/16/2014
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Get the answers you need to the most frequently asked questions on the jobsite.   This convenient field guide to the International Residential Code gives you easy access to the information you need. It serves as a quick reference for providing the codes on the most commonly needed aspects …
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2009 Home Builders’ Jobsite Codes provides the information from the 2009 International Residential Code in a compact, concise guide that can be taken along to the jobsite. The guide provides easy-to-read code requirements for every aspect of residential construction. This user-friendly …
2010
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   The cdpACCES Governmental Voting Guide is Now Available! Now that the public comment hearings have finished, the ICC staff is preparing the Governmental Consensus Ballot, which will only be accessible on the 
5/31/2013
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