Residential Builders Commission Documents

The Residential Builders Commission publishes documents with information about licenses and registers for residential building, residential specialty contracting, and home inspecting on residential buildings or structures. It also issues residential business certificates of authorization to those firms qualified to practice residential building, residential specialty contracting, or home inspecting.

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    South Carolina residential construction standards
    (2007-04-25) South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
    While building codes are designed to address matters of health, safety, and welfare, the Performance Standards are intended to specify the minimum standards in workmanship provided by contractors that may not be addressed by the building codes or manufacturer specifications. Only the most frequent defects in workmanship have been addressed in the Performance Standards. It is not possible to discuss every conceivable situation that can occur in building. Because of the limitless combinations that can be incorporated into a home, infinite conditions can occur. This manual describes the most common and repetitive situations.
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    S.C. residential builders bulletin
    (2010-04) South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
    This newsletter has been created to inform licensees and the public of actions and policies of the Commission, and to make you aware of changes in laws that affect licenses and registrations.
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    S.C. residential builders bulletin
    (2009-01) South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
    This newsletter has been created to inform licensees and the public of actions and policies of the Commission, and to make you aware of changes in laws that affect licenses and registrations.
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    South Carolina residential construction standards
    (2022-09-14) South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
    While building codes are designed to address matters of health, safety, and welfare, the Performance Standards are intended to specify the minimum standards in workmanship provided by contractors that may not be addressed by the building codes or manufacturer specifications. Only the most frequent defects in workmanship have been addressed in the Performance Standards. It is not possible to discuss every conceivable situation that can occur in building. Because of the limitless combinations that can be incorporated into a home, infinite conditions can occur. This manual describes the most common and repetitive situations.