ICC-ES Evaluation Reports are the leading resource used by the building industry to verify that
innovative building products, systems and materials are up to code. Research shows that 80 percent of U.S. building officials prefer ICC-ES Evaluation Reports when approving building products.
In addition, ICC-ES offers a PMG listing program that provides evidence that a plumbing, mechanical or fuel-gas product complies not only with applicable standards, but also with applicable codes. The
ICC-ES SAVE program provides the most trusted third-party verification available today for sustainable construction products.
ICC-ES Evaluation Reports on code compliance provide comprehensive technical evidence that products and systems meet code requirements. View the complete list of recently published Evaluation Reports on innovative products. Each list includes the report number and name of the product(s) recognized for code compliance. All evaluation reports are free online and searchable by product type‚ manufacturer or report number. A complete list of ICC-ES Evaluation Reports is also available here.
ICC-ES PMG Listings provide evidence that a plumbing, mechanical or fuel gas product complies not only with applicable standards but also with applicable codes. Our program is unique in that code compliance is not normally covered in listing programs. Our program also includes ongoing inspections to ensure that the manufacturing process for the approved product remains consistent. Click here to learn more about the program and to view the complete directory of listings.
SAVE Verification of Attributes Reports (VAR) provides the most trusted third-party verification available today for sustainable construction products. Under this program, ICC-ES evaluates and confirms product’s sustainable attributes. The SAVE Program may assist in identifying products that have been evaluated to multiple SAVE guidelines and multiple green building rating systems, standards and codes such as U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED, Green Building Initiative’s Green Globes, National Association of Home Builders’ and International Code Council’s 2008 National Green Building Standard (ICC-700) and California’s Green Building Standards Code. When it comes to making sure that products possess the sustainable attributes claimed, you can trust ICC-ES SAVE. To learn more about the program and view the reports, click here.