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Georgia Contractor License and Building Codes

State of Georgia Building Information

Georgia Contractors License

Before you contract to have a home built or to have repairs or remodeling done on your home, there are certain things you should know. Georgia has a State Licensing Board for Residential and General Contractors.
For building code information visit: Georgia Building Contractors.

To check to see if an electrician is licensed, or to check the status of an Electrical Contractor in the State of # go to: Checking the Reliability or Reputation of a Business

How do you know whether the company you are considering doing business with is reliable and trustworthy? Its sales presentation may be convincing, but you don’t want to throw away your money or be taken in by a scheme. If you have doubts, check before you write that check!
For more information visit: Checking the Reliability or Reputation of a Business

Georgia Construction Codes

Construction Codes have become an important issue for Georgia’s local governments, building professionals and citizens alike. The following is a general overview of Georgia’s Construction Code Program, including enforcement, local amendments, current codes, and whom to call if you have questions regarding construction codes and related issues in Georgia.
The building, one and two family dwelling residential, fire, plumbing, mechanical, gas, electrical and energy codes are mandatory codes, meaning that under Georgia law, any structure built in Georgia must comply with these codes, whether or not the local government chooses to locally enforce these codes.
For building code information visit: Georgia Building Codes.

Georgia Electrical Codes

NEC® National Electrical Code Adoption: 2014
Effective January 1, 2015.

Please Note: Due to the nature of the electrical code adoption process, we cannot guarantee complete accuracy of this information. Please notify us of any changes you may be aware of.

Georgia Energy Codes

The Energy Code is adopted and required by the Georgia Energy Office. This code sets minimum energy efficient buildings.
For more information visit: Georgia Building Energy Codes Program.

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