Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

General Questions

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ICC-ES Building Products Listing Program

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ICC-ES Evaluation Reports

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Legacy Reports
  • Answer: Any legacy report that appears on the ICC-ES web site is a valid report.
  •  Answer: No. This would constitute a technical change to your report, and an application for a new ICC-ES report (or conversion of the legacy report to an ICC-ES report) would be required.
  • Answer: The only changes permitted to legacy reports are those considered editorial in nature, such as a change of name or address, or deletion of a product or listee. When technical changes are desired or necessary, an application for a new ICC-ES report (or conversion of the legacy report to an ICC-ES report) is required.
  • Answer: ICC-ES notifies report holders of the need to renew their legacy report prior to its expiration date. Should a report holder wish to renew a legacy report without change or with editorial change only, ICC-ES rules allow this. On the other hand, should a technical change to the report be desired or necessary, an application for a new ICC-ES report (or conversion of the legacy report to an ICC-ES report) is required, and all rules and procedures of ICC-ES apply.
  • Answer: A legacy report is an evaluation report that was originally issued by BOCA ES, ICBO ES, NES or SBCCI PST & ESI, and that was in good standing at the time these organizations came together to form ICC-ES; or may be an evaluation report issued as a result of an application received by one of the above-noted organizations prior to March 1, 2003, with the application being approved by March 1, 2004.

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Product Testing

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Testing Laboratories and Inspection Agencies

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