Code Amend Chart (2)

Code Amend Chart (2)

2006 CODE AMENDMENTS

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IFGC,

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107.1.2,

IPC,

IMC,

702.1.1

ICCEC

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Replaced with: “The Code Official is authorized to conduct such inspections as are deemed necessary to determine compliance with the provisions of this code. Construction or work for which a permit is required shall be subject to inspection by the code official. The approval of a prefabricated construction assembly in modular housing and mobile structures having concealed electrical work, shall comply with applicable State of Illinois regulations. All other construction or work shall remain accessible and exposed for inspection purposes until approved.

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Evaluation and follow-up inspection services

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Amends the code to allow for concealment of wiring and piping in state approved prefabricated construction only, and requires all other wiring and piping to remain exposed to allow for proper inspections

IFGC,

IMC,

IPMC,

IPC,

ICCEC,

109.2,

109.2,

111.2,

109.2,

1102.1,

IBC 112 1

IFGC 407.2

Approval as a result of an inspection shall not be construed to be an approval of a violation of the provisions of this code or of other ordinances of the jurisdiction. Inspections presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code or of other ordinances of the jurisdiction shall not be valid. It shall be the duty of the permit applicant to cause the work to remain accessible and exposed for inspection purposes. Neither the Code Official nor the jurisdiction shall be liable for expenses entailed in the removal or replacement of any material required to allow inspection.”

Replaced: “board of appeals." with “Village Board of the Village of

Sugar Grove.”

Administration - clarification, establishing Board

Means of

Appeal of Appeals

Added subsection: "Section 407.2.1 Structural Attachment. All fuel gas piping shall be supported or fastened directly to the structural supports of the building. Fuel gas piping shall not be hung from the roof or floor deck above or other ductwork or piping.”

Structural

Support

Clarifies where the code required hangers, brackets, etc. can be attached to the building.

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IFGC 411.1

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RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Replaced “Except as required by Section 411.1.1, appliances shall be connected to the piping system by one of the following:” with

“Furnaces, water heaters, and boilers (unless specifically required by the manufacturer) shall be connected to the gas piping system by only rigid metallic pipe and fittings. Appliances, except for furnaces, water heaters, boilers, and as required by section 411.1.1 shall be connected to the gas piping system by one of the following:”

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Connecting

Appliances

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Requires rigid connections to equipment that is permanently installed and would not need to be moved. Allows flex at stoves, dryers, etc. only.

IFGC Appendice s A,B,C &

D

IEC 301.1

Adopted & Inserted Appendices regarding gas pipe sizing, vent system sizing, exit terminals and

These appendices are informative and not part of the code.

Added subsection: "Section 301.1.1 Sugar Grove Climate Zone.

Residential and commercial energy efficiency in the Village of Sugar

Grove shall meet or exceed the requirements for climate zone 5.” safety

Climate Zones Clarify which zone requirements apply since Sugar

Grove sits close to the border of 2 zones on the map

IEC

IEC

IEC

402.1.4

Added subsection: "Section 402.1.4.1 Required Documentation.

Thermal envelopes designed using the total UA alternative shall provide documentation that meets the requirements of section 404.”

402.2.1

402.2.2

deleted entire section deleted entire section

Total UA (sum Requires designers to submit of U-factor calculations if they choose this times assembly alternative to achieve thermal envelope requirements area)

Alternative ceilings with attic spaces

Deletes section that would allow a reduction of required attic spaces insulation R-value in a certain ceilings without situation

Deletes section that would allow a reduction of required insulation R-value in a certain situation

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IEC 404.2

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RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Added subsection: "Section 404.2.1 Minimum Insulation Values. All residences designed using the simulated alternative shall meet the following requirements for minimum values of insulation:”

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Simulated performance alternative

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Requires that even if a designer computer models his thermal envelope, they must still meet our current minimum insulation requirements

IEC

IEC

501.2

501.2

Replaced: “compliance for that section(s) shall be demonstrated in accordance with the applicable provisions of ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1.” with “compliance for all sections shall be demonstrated by including the compliance forms published in the ASHRAE 90.1 User Manual, the compliance certificates generated by the U.S. Department of

Energy’s COMCheck computer simulation, or another comparable energy efficiency model that meets or exceeds the standards of

ASHRAE 90.1 or DOE COMCheck.”

Deleted entire exception

Commercial

Energy

Efficiency

Exception

Details the type of submittal required to show ASHRAE compliance per Illinois Capital

Development Board Energy

Conservation Law

IMC

IMC

IMC

107.2

305.3

501

Inserted: "A certified test and balance report shall be submitted and approved prior to final occupancy. The Code Official shall have the authority to waive the requirement at his discretion."

Inserted: "All piping shall be supported or fastened directly to the structural supports of the building. Mechanical piping shall not be hung from the roof or floor deck above or other ductwork or piping."

Added Subsection: "Section 501.5 Independent system required.

Single or combined mechanical exhaust systems from bath, toilet, urinal, locker, service sink closets and similar rooms shall be independent of all other exhaust systems."

Testing

Structural

Attachment

Exhaust

Systems

Deletes exception so it now requires submittal of ASHRAE compliance forms even if building meets all code sections

Requires all mechanical systems to be properly balanced and a report submitted

Requires code required pipe anchors, hangers and supports to be attached to building structure

Adds back in the code requirement for separate exhaust to toilet rooms that was removed from this code version

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IMC

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

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602.2.1

Added Sentence: Nonmetallic ducts shall not be used in a noncombustible plenum; Exception 1 is amended by replacing with:

Rigid and flexible metallic ducts and connectors shall conform to

IMC

Section 603."

603.6.2.1

Replaced with: "Flexible air connectors shall be limited in length to ten feet (3048 mm)."

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Materials

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Exposed within material allowed in plenums

Plenums

Clarifies the type of duct

Connector

Length

Reduces allowable flexible duct lengths from 14 ft. to 10 ft.

IMC 603.1

Added sentence: "All duct work or mechanical equipment shall be supported or fastened directly to the structural supports of the building. Mechanical equipment and duct work shall not be hung from the roof or floor deck above or other ductwork or piping."

Supports Requires code required duct hangers to be attached to building structure

IMC

IMC

IPMC

IPMC

IPMC

IPMC

801.14

Appendix

A

108.3

302.3

302.4

304.14

Added subsection: "Section 801.14.1 Automatic Shutoff: Power exhausters shall be electrically connected to each appliance to prevent the operation of the appliance when the power exhauster is not in operation."

Adopted and Inserted

Connections to

Exhauster

Requires systems with power exhausters to not function if the power exhauster is not operating

Appendix

Replaced with "The designation of a structure as unfit for occupancy Uninhabitable or use and the posting of a placard of such unfit structures shall be carried out in compliance with the following requirements: Any structure which is found by the Code Official to have any...

Structures

Diagrams of combustion air openings and chimney connector pass throughs

Differenciates between uninhabitable and condemned and sets up procedure for dealing with uninhabitable structures

Added sentence: “All parking lot striping including accessible parking spaces and signage shall be maintained and updated in accordance with the requirements as specified in the Illinois

Accessibility Code.”

Inserted: "8” (eight inches)"

Exterior

Property Areas

Adding Illinois Accessibility

Code requirement

Inserted: "April 1" and "November 1"

Exterior Clarifies maximum weed height

Property Areas

Insect screens Clarifies dates that insect screens are required on door and window openings

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IPMC 307

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Added Subsection: "Section 307.4 Placement at Designated Pick-

Up Area. Rubbish, garbage, garbage cans and / or recycling containers shall be placed out on the designated pick up area no earlier than 3:00 p.m. (1500 hours) the day before pick up. Cans and containers shall be removed from the designated pick up area no later than 8:00 p.m. (2000 hours) the day of pick up.”

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Rubbish and

Garbage

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Restriction on putting out / bringing in garbage receptacles to keep trash from accumulating and remaining in the right-of-way, especially on move outs

IPMC 404.4.4

Replaced with: “Kitchens, closets and storage rooms, utility rooms, laundry rooms, dens, hallways, stairs, bathrooms and toilet rooms, garages, accessory buildings, crawl spaces, attics, uninhabitable spaces, interior public areas and rooms not designed or intended as sleeping rooms or bedrooms shall not be occupied for sleeping purposes.”

IPMC 404.4.5

Replaced with: “and the fire safety requirements of Chapter 7.”

Prohibited

Occupancy

IPMC

IPMC

602.3

602.4

Inserted: "September 1" and "May 1"

Inserted3: "September 1" and "May 1"

Clarifies sleeping room occupancy definition

Other bedroom Makes rooms meet all Chapter and living room 7 requirements, not just limited requirements ones

Heat Supply Setting dates for heat supply in dwelling units

Occupiable Setting dates for minimum heat

Work Spaces supply in work spaces

Locked doors Added requirements for IPMC 702.3.1

Added sentence: "Doors providing access to a sleeping room in a dwelling unit shall not have any locks, padlocks, hasps or other locking devices which are not an integral part of the doorknob assembly.” sleeping rooms to have ready access to egress with use of keys, etc.

Illinois

State

Plumbin g Code

890.191

Added sentence: "When scheduling a rough plumbing inspection, a water test must be provided on the drain waste & vent system per section 890.1930b of the Illinois State plumbing Code (in winter conditions, contact the Village of Sugar Grove first)."

Inspections &

Test Methods

Clarifying that the Village of

Sugar Grove always requires a water test that the code says

"may" be required

IPC 305.6.1

Replaced with: "Building sewers that connect to private sewage disposal systems shall be under the jurisdiction of Kane County

Health Department. All other building sewers shall be as specified in Village of Sugar Grove ordinance."

Sewer Depth Village doesn't have jurisdiction over septic systems

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IPC 406

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Added sentence: "All plumbing piping shall be supported or fastened direclty to the structural supports of the building. Plumbing piping shall not be hung from the roof or floor deck above or other

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Structural

Attachment ductwork or piping."

Subsection added: "Section 406.4 Drain Pans. When washing machines and/or water heaters are located on the first or second floor or higher, a drain pan shall be required. The pan shall have a minimum one inch (1") diameter drain line that discharges into a floor drain or the nearest convenient drain. A pan shall not be required when the washing machine and/or water heater is located on the basement floor or concrete slab and there is a floor drain located in the immediate vicinity."

Drain Pans

IPC

IPC

IPC

605.3

605.3

605.4

Table deleted and replaced with attached.

Added sentence: "Water service pipe shall be of such diameter as specified in Village of Sugar Grove ordinance and in accordance with AWWA publication M-22 entitled, Water Service Lines and

Meters. Service line diameter is dependent upon peak water demand and meter distance from main. Minimum service diameter shall be one inch (1")."

Table replaced with the attached.

Water Service

Pipe

Water Service

Pipe

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Clarifies where the code required hangers and anchors can be attached to the building

Addition of requirement for drain pans located under clothes washers located upstairs to keep spills from damaging wood floor structures similar to those already required by code at water heaters and water storage tanks

Eliminate other options for types of water supply pipes to match only those allowed by other Village of Sugar Grove ordinances

Matches the language in other

Village of Sugar Grove ordinances regarding water service pipe requirements

Water

Distribution and Supply

Pipe

Modifies the table to only allow metallic water piping to continue current Village amendments not allowing plastic piping

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IPC

IPC

605.5

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709.1

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Table replaced with the attached.

Table added to with the attached.

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Pipe Fittings Modifies the table to only allow metallic water piping to continue current Village

Values for

Fixtures amendments not allowing plastic piping

Made the required trap size in the chart match Illinois

Plumbing Code requirements

IPC

IPC

IPC

IPC

904.1

917

Inserted: "twelve (12") inches"

Deleted all subsections in their entirety.

Roof Extension Clarifies the minimum height above roofs that open pipe

Air Admittance

Valves vents must extend to match

Illinois Plumbing Code requirements

Illinois Plumbing Code does not allow the use of air admittance valves

1113.1.4

Added sentence: "All sump pump discharge lines shall be bedded in Sump Pump

Appendice s B,D, and minimum two inches (2") of stone."

Adopted and inserted.

Piping

Appendices

F

Adds requirement for proper bedding of buried pipe

Appendix B clarifies the rainfall rates shown in map / figure

1106.1 for certain cities.

Appendix D lists degreee days and design temperatures for cities. Appendix F reiterates the limits on notching and boring holes for piping required in other volumes of the code

ICCEC 502.2

Replaced: “Reviewed for Code Compliance” with “APPROVED".

Approval of construction documents

Changed to be consistent with the other code books' language and our actual procedure

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ICCEC 801

ICCEC 801

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Subsection added: "Section 801.4 Electrical Service Attachments.

Electrical service attachments shall be installed in accordance with the requirements of the electrical utility company, subject to the approval of the Code Official.”

Subsection added: "Section 801.5 Service Conductors in Yards.

Electrical services for single family homes shall be located on the side of the house closest to the electrical source. The service may only be located on the rear of the house if the garage is located on the side closest to the electrical source. All conductors running from the electrical source shall run parallel to the property line to a point

90 degrees from the electrical service. Conductors shall not run through any portion of the rear yard that would prevent the homeowner from constructing an addition or pool without having to relocate the electrical service conductors.”

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Service utilities Clarifies that portions of electrical service installations fall outside the scope of

Connection of service utilities

Building Codes and are regulated by laws, codes and regulations that the utilities must comply with

Requires the utility companies to make their service runs in the easements provided rather than the shortest route across the lot which can cause issues and great expense for owners wishing to do future construction in their yards

ICCEC 1201.1

ICCEC

ICCEC

ICCEC

1202.2

1202.5

1202

Replaced "NFPA &" with "NFPA 70: National Elelctrcial Code, 2005

Edition."

Added sentence: "Type NM, Type NMC and Type NMS cable wiring methods shall be permitted to be used in one and two family dwellings only."

Replaced: "the Internations Building Code" with "the International

Building Code or International Residential Code"

Added subsection: "Section 1202.17 Unused Wiring. All wiring, fittings and electrical materials not in use shall be removed.”

Adoption

Non metallicsheathed cable

Smoke detector circuits

Clarifies which edition of the

NEC is being enforced

Continues the existing Village ordinance not allowing

"Romex" in commercial construction

Requires a light to be on the same circuit as the smoke detectors in residential and commercial so problems with the circuit (dropped breaker, etc.) are detected by the occupants

Unused wiring Requires removal of abandonded work

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Added subsection: "Section 1202.18 Ground-Fault Circuit-

Interrupter Protection for Personnel in Other Than Dwelling Units.

In addition to the locations required by 2005 National Electric Code, all 125-volt, single-phase, 15- and 20-ampere receptacles installed in the locations specified below in other than dwelling units shall have ground-fault circuit interruption protection for personnel:

CONTEXT OF

CODE

GFCI protection

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Extends GFCI protection in commercial buildings to the same areas that require it in residential uses

ICCEC 1202

ICCEC 1202

Added subsection: "Section 1202.19 Island Counter Spaces. At least one receptacle outlet shall be installed at each end of an island counter space."

Added subsection: “1202.20 Receptacles for Garage Door

Openers. A minimum of one overhead receptacle shall be installed for each garage door in any residential dwelling unit in addition to the code required convenience receptacle.”

Island counter Adds the requirement for an spaces additional receptacle beyond the one currently required in

Receptacles islands

Requires the installation of a for garage door receptacle in the garage ceiling openers where homeowners are likely to add garage door openers

ICCEC 1202

ICCEC 1202

Added subsection: "Section 1202.21 Light at Sump. When a sump pump or ejector pump is installed in an area not illuminated, a light shall be provided."

Added subsection: "Section 1202.22 Ceiling Box Support. All ceiling mounted lighting outlet boxes installed more than three feet from all walls of any room in a dwelling unit shall be listed and shall be marked by the manufacturer as suitable for sole-support of a ceiling-suspended (paddle) fan and shall be secured according to the listing directions. The marking shall include the maximum weight to be supported. Dwelling garages, basements, closets and bathrooms are excluded.”

Light at sump Provides light at pumps in basement that may need service

Ceiling box support

Requires the installation of boxes capable of supporting fans in the center of rooms where homeowers are likely to install them

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Added subsection: "Section 1202.23 Tenant Access. Each tenant shall have direct access to a main service disconnecting mans and all panel boards, etc. that contain breakers or fuses that protect any electrical devices in that tenant unit. (Direct access means a common area that has no locks or the tenant can get to the panel or switchboard without going through another tenant space.)”

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Tenant Access Clarifies the code requirements for access to disconnecting means. Each tenant should be able to drop power to his unit to allow for repairs and in case of emergency.

ICCEC 1202 Added subsection: "Section 1202.24 Exterior Disconnect for

Services Over 400A. All buildings with a main service at 400 amps or more shall provide a means of disconnect at the building exterior.”

Exterior disconnect for services over

400A

Safety for firemen that normally have to break out the meter face to drop the main power from the building exterior

ICCEC 1202

ICCEC

ICCEC

1202

1202

Added subsection: "Section 1202.25 Location of Overcurrent

Protection. The service overcurrent device shall be connected by no more than 5 feet of raceway or service entrance cable from the meter device in dwellings.”

Added subsection: "Section 1202.26 Independent Supporting

Methods. All lighting fixtures, panel boards, switchgear, and / or supporting devices for conduit systems, installed in buildings or

Location of overcurrent protection

Independent supporting means structures shall be installed and supported by the building structural components, completely independent of roof or floor deck, piping or ductwork, drywall, or ceiling tile. Lighting fixtures (in ceiling grid systems) shall be supported in accordance to manufacturer’s requirements.”

Added subsection: "Section 1202.27 Non-Metallic Boxes. The use of non-metallic boxes is prohibited except for low voltage applications."

Non-metallic boxes

Clarifies the ambiguous term

"immediately adjacent" used by the NEC to mean no more than

5 feet

Clarifies the NEC requirements for support of lighting fixtures and parts of the structure not to be used for support

Continues the existing Village ordinance prohibiting nonmetallic boxes

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Added subsection: "Section 1202.28 Concealed Knob-and-Tube

Wiring. The use of concealed knob-and-tube wiring is prohibited.

Existing installations shall not require removal, alteration or abandonment of, nor prevent the continued utilization and maintenance of properly maintained knob-and-tube wiring lawfully in existence at the time of the adoption of this code. Such installations may only be repaired and shall not be expanded.”

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Concealed knob and tube

IBC 903.2

Adding sentence: "An automatic sprinkler system shall be provided throughout all buildings or structures where a fire area of any use or occupancy classification or combination of uses or occupancy classifications exceeds 5,000 square feet.”

Where required

IBC

IBC

903.3.1.1

903.3.1.1.

1

Adding at the end of the paragraph: "…in accordance with NFPA 13 except as provided in Section 903.1.1.1."

Adding to number 3 "when approved by the Fire Code Official."

NFPA13

Sprinkler

Systems

Exempt

Locations

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Continues the existing Village ordinance prohibiting knob and tube wiring

Re-establishes the threshold for fire sprinklers at 5,000 square feet to match current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendments

Publishing error - code book sentence is incomplete

IBC 903.3.1.1.

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Deleted number 4 in its entirety.

Exempt

Locations

Requires Fire Code Official approval to not sprinkler rooms with generations or transformers

Deletes the exemption that would allow non-combustible rooms with wholly noncombustible contents from being sprinklered

IBC 1011.1

Replaced exception 1 with: "Exit signs are not required in rooms or areas where only one exit or exit access are provided and it is obviously and clearly identifiable as the exit.”

Where required

Requires exit signs in rooms that only "require one exit" if that exit is not clearly identifiable

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Added subsection: "Section 1608.3 Snow Load Minimum. All structural designs in the Village of Sugar Grove shall meet or exceed a 25 pound ground snow load minimum with no reductions.”

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Snow Loads Clarifies which design snow load to use since the Village of

Sugar Grove sits near the border of 2 zones on the map

IBC

IBC

IBC

IBC

1612.3

1612.4

1801

Inserted: "the Village of Sugar Grove" and " most recent" Establishment of Flood

Added: "and any applicable Kane County Storm Water Ordinance or

Hazard Areas

Design and

FEMA requirements." Construction

Added subsection: "Section 1801.3 Continuous Foundations.

Buildings and structures and the walls enclosing habitable or occupiable rooms shall be provided with a continuous foundation."

General

Fills in blanks regarding flood hazard information

Lists other requirements that may need to be met for construction in a flood hazard area

Requires habitable buildings to have continuous foundations.

Was a previous amendment for residential, now commercial also.

1805.4.5

Deleted entirely Timber

Footings

Re-establishes current Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings and foundations

IBC 1805.4.6

Deleted entirely Wood

Foundations

IBC 2304.11.4.

1

Replaced: "of preservative-treated wood." with "prohibited." Wood in contact with the ground

Re-establishes current Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings and foundations

Re-establishes current Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings and foundations

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IRC

IRC

IRC

IRC

IRC

IRC

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R202

R202

R202

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Inserted: "January 30, 1965"

R301.2(1) Amended Climatic & Geographic Design Criteria Table

R301.2.4

Added: Applicable Kane Co. Stormwater Ordinance requirements,

FEMA or Village flood plain ordinance.

R309.1

Replaced the definition for "Accessory Structure"

Replaced the definition for "Manufactured Home"

Added the definition for "Modular Home"

Added: "Provide surface mounted closer or self-closing hinges.

Glass is not permitted in the doors."

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Applicability Fills in the date of first building

Definitions code for jurisdiction

Changed definition to match

Village of Sugar Grove's Zoning

Definitions

Definitions

Climatic and

Geographic design criteria

Floodplain

Construction

Ordinance

Changed definition to match

State definition

Added definition to match State definition

To reference our Geographic location

Opening

Protection

Lists other requirements that may need to be met for construction in a flood hazard area

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

IRC R309.2

IRC R309.3

Replaced all references to "1/2 inch gypsum board" with "5/8 inch

Type X gypsum board" and added: "All code required 5/8 inch Type

X gypsum at garage interior shall be taped with a minimum of one coat of approved joint compound." Replaced "3 feet" with "10 feet".

Separation

Required

Added: garage gas curb and stairwell in garage

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Floor Surface Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

IRC R310 Added sill height maximum above floor for egress windows in basement

Emergency

Escape and

Rescue

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

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IRC

IRC

IRC

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R310.2.1

Replaced "44 inches" with "36 inches" for the minimum height requirement for a ladder or stps inside a window well

R311.2.2

Added 5/8" type X gypsum board, taped with a minimum of one coat Under Stair of approved joint compound Protection

R311.4

Added requirement for 2nd exit door for egress at grade

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Ladder and

Steps

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Doors

Increased fire resistance required at enclosed storage under stairs

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

IRC R313.1

IRC

IRC

IRC

R313

R317.1

R317.2

Added installation provision requirement for Illinois Smoke Detector

Act (425ILCS60)

Added Carbon Monoxide Alarm Detector requirement per the Illinois

Carbon Monoxide Alarm Detector Act (Public Act 094-0741)

Smoke

Detection and

Carbon

Monoxide

Increased the fire-resistance rating from 1 to 2 hours on a two family

Alarm

Two Family dwelling except where an automatic sprinkler system is installed.

Also sets requirement for 1/2 inch gypsum board on the ceiling.

Dwellings

Incorporate State of Illinois Act

Incorporate State of Illinois Act

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Added requirement for mold resistant gypsum board to be used in fire resistance rated wall assemblies

Townhouses Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

IRC

IRC

R319.1.2

Eliminated the use of wood construction for supports for permanent structures for human occupancy that come in contact with the ground

R319.1.4

Eliminated the use of wood supports embedded in concrete that come in contact with the earth

Ground

Contact

Re-establishes current code amendment that does not allow wood footings and foundations

Wood Columns Re-establishes current code amendment that does not allow wood footings and foundations

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R321.1

RECOMMENDED CODE CHANGE

Added "Site addresses shall comply with all Village of Sugar Grove ordinances"

IRC

IRC

R324.1

R401.1

Added “and any applicable Kane County storm water ordinance,

FEMA, or Village of Sugar Grove flood plain ordinance requirements.”

Entirely deleted all references to wood foundations including any exceptions. Wood foundations shall be prohibited.

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Premises

Identification

Flood

Resistant

Construction

Application of

Provisions

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Refers to Village of Sugar

Grove code for specific requirements in addition to building code

Lists other requirement that may need to be met for construction in a flood hazard area

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

IRC R402.1

Entirely deleted section. Wood foundations shall be prohibited.

Wood

Foundations

IRC

IRC

R403

R403.1

Entirely deleted all references to wood foundations including Figures

R403.1 (2) and R403.1 (3). Wood foundations shall be prohibited.

Added “All accessory structures over 200 square feet shall have a foundation system (piers and / or monolithic slabs with integral footings are acceptable). The accessory structure shall be anchored to the foundation system.”

Footings

Footings

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

Adds language to the code for what has been Village of Sugar

Grove policy

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R403.1.1

Added “The footing width, W, shall be at least twice the width of the

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Footings - foundation wall being supported.”; And replaced “Spread footings shall be at least 6 inches (152 mm) thick” with “Spread footings shall minimum size be at least as thick as the width of the foundation wall being supported.”; And replaced “Footing projections, P, shall be at least 2 inches (51mm)” with “Footing projections, P, shall be at least one half the width of the foundation wall being supported”.

IRC

IRC

R403.1.1

Added subsection: "R403.1.1.1 Isolated Footings. Isolated concrete footings for columns or pedestals shall be properly sized for all loads supported and for soil conditions. Isolated plain concrete footings shall be a minimum of 12” thick and shall be protected from frost.”

R403.1.4.1 Exception number 3 is entirely deleted and replaced with “Decks not

Isolated

Footings

Frost protection supported by a dwelling and / or not serving as a portion of the required egress to grade need not be provided with footings that extend below the frost line.”

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Adds to or alters language of code to match standard local construction procedures and current Village of Sugar Grove policies

Clarifies minimum requirements for isolated footings

Adds language to the code for what has been Village of Sugar

Grove policy

IRC R403.1.5

Added “A keyway shall be provided in the top of the footing underneath the center line of the foundation wall for the entire length of the wall. When reinforcing steel is a structural component of the intersection of the footings and foundation, the keyway may be omitted.”

Slope Adds to or alters language of code to match standard local construction procedures and current Village of Sugar Grove policies

IRC R403.1.6

Added “Gaps between sill plates and foundations shall be sealed with mortar, sill-sealer, or similar approved material.”

Foundation

Anchorage

IRC R403.1.6

Deleted exception numbers 2 and 3 Foundation

Anchorage

Adds to or alters language of code to match standard local construction procedures and current Village of Sugar Grove policies

Eliminates two exceptions that would allow no anchor bolts in walls up to 24 inches in length

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R403.2

R403.3

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Deleted "Wood foundations shall be prohibited"

Added “Frost protected shallow foundations shall be allowed only with specific permission of the Code Official.”

R404.1.5.1 Deleted entirely

R404.1

R404.2

R405.2

R406.3

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Footings for wood foundations

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

Frost protected Requires code official approval shallow foundations to buildings without footings down below frost line

Pier and curtain wall foundations

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Added Subsection: "R404.1.9 Foundations at Additions. All foundations at additions shall be anchored to existing foundation walls with imbedded, grouted dowels or other approved methods.”

Deleted all subsections and related tables in their entirety. Wood foundations shall be prohibited.

Foundations at additions

Adds to or alters language of code to match standard local construction procedures and current Village of Sugar Grove policies

Wood foundation walls

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

Deleted all subsections and related tables in their entirety. Wood foundations shall be prohibited.

Deleted all subsections and related tables in their entirety. Wood foundations shall be prohibited.

Wood

Foundations

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

Damp proofing for wood foundations

Re-establishes the current

Village of Sugar Grove code amendment that does not allow wood footings or foundations

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Replaced with "“Posts, poles, and columns supporting structures shall not be embedded in concrete that is in direct contact with the earth or exposed to the weather.”

CONTEXT OF

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Wood column protection

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Requires structural wood posts to be elevated on concrete, helps with rotting, makes replacement easier

IRC R408 Added Subsection: "R408.8 Crawl Space Floor Slab. In all crawl space areas, a minimum of two (2) inch thick slush coat of poured concrete shall be installed over a minimum of a six (6) mil-thick polyethylene film moisture barrier with all joints lapped a minimum of

Crawl space floor slab six (6) inches, over a minimum of four (4) inch stone.

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

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R502.7

R502.11.4 Added to item number 4.1: “, including snow load” and added a new Truss Design item number "13. Truss placement diagram / layout design." Drawings

R502

R504

Deleted "exceeding a nominal 2 inches by 12 inches (51mm by

305mm)" and replaced "1 inch by 3 inch" with "nominal 2 inch by 4 inch"

Lateral

Restraints at supports

Added subsection: "R502.14 Protection of Wood I-Joists and

Trusses. All prefabricated wood I-joists and / or wood trusses used in a floor / ceiling assembly shall be protected by one of the following:

1. A minimum of one layer of 5/8 inch drywall taped with minimum one coat of approved joint compound. The floor / ceiling assembly shall be draftstopped per R502.12.

2. Installation of an approved automatic fire sprinkler system in accordance with NFPA 13 ”

Deleted with all subsection in their entirety.

Protection of wood I-joists and trusses

Pressure preseratively treated wood floors (on ground)

Requires bridging at all floor joists not just over 2x12's and increases minimum size of bridging

Requires truss placment plans along with the individual truss certs

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Prohibits wood basement floor construction

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R506.1

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Replaced "3.5 inches” with “4 inches” and added the following sentences: “Provide a minimum of 6x6x10x10 welded wire fabric embedded in the mid cross section of all slabs subjected to vehicular loading. Fiber reinforcing can be used in place of welded wire. The contractor shall supply copies of all the load tickets for all the fiber reinforced concrete placed for approval.”

R506.2.1

Added subsection "R506.2.1.1 Back-Fill under Concrete Floors at

Attached Garages. The sub-base for poured concrete garage floors shall be undisturbed inorganic soil. All fill material shall be clean, compactable graded sand, crushed stones, or gravel placed in compacted lifts...

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Concrete floors Re-establishes current Village

(on ground) of Sugar Grove requirement of

4" thick slabs and clarifies

Site

Preparation

R506.2.2

Replaced “consisting of clean” with “consisting of compacted clean” Base when and what type of reinforcing is required as a minimum

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Adds requirement to compact

IRC R506.2.4

Replaced "reinforcement" with "wire mesh or woven wire fabric reinforcement" and added, "Exception: Contractor shall provide letter of intent indicating they will ensure proper placement of reinforcement.”

Reinforcement support the courses of fill

Allows contractors to submit letters of intent to comply with new code requirement regarding placement of reinforcement

IRC

IRC

R602.2

R703.9

Replaced "No.3, standard" with "No. 2, standard"

Replaced with “All Exterior Insulation Finish Systems (EIFS) installed on any portion of a one- and two-family dwelling or accessory structure shall be installed only on masonry or metal substructure components. EIFS shall not be installed over, next to, or in contact with wood materials.”

Grade Raises minimum grade for framing studs

EIFS - General Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

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Added subsection "R703.9.3 EIFS Special Inspections. Any and all exterior insulation finish system (EIFS) installed on any portion of a one- or two-family dwelling for an exterior covering requires a certification or proper installation be submitted as a special inspection. Before permit issuance, a statement of special inspections prepared by the registered design professional shall be submitted detailing the individuals and approved agencies intended to be retained for conducting these inspections. This report and signed certification shall be submitted to the Village before any occupancy will be granted"

CONTEXT OF

CODE

EIFS - Special inspections

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Requires special inspections of

EIFS at one- and two-family dwellings like IBC requires for all other buildings

IRC

IRC

IRC

R802.3.1

Added “Where ceiling joists are not connected to the rafter at the top wall plate, rafters shall be connected to wall plates by use of approved connectors having a resistance to uplift of no less than

175 pounds and shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.”

Ceiling joint and rafter connections

Adds back in the code the requirement for connectors at tray and cathedral ceiliings that was removed from this code edition

R802.10.1 Added to item number 4.1: “, including snow load” and added a new Wood trusses Requires truss placement plans item "13. Truss placement diagram / layout design." along with the individual truss certs

R903 Added subsection “R903.6 Gutters and Downspouts. All one- and two-family dwellings shall be provided with gutter and downspouts unless omission is specifically permitted by the Code Official.”

Gutters and

Downspouts

Requires gutters and downspouts to convey water away from the foundation wall

IRC R1003.9

Added "All wood or solid fuel burning appliances and stoves shall be Chimney equipped with an approved / labeled spark arrestor" Termination

IRC N1101.2

Deleted the first sentence and replaced with, "Compliance shall be demonstrated by meeting the requirements of the International

Energy Conservation Code, all Village of Sugar Grove amendments to the International Energy Conservation Code, and the requirements of this chapter”.

Energy

Efficiency

Changed requirements to match current Village of Sugar

Grove code amendments

Clarifies all requirements to be met for residential energy efficiency

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Added subsection "M1201.3 Compliance. The installation of all mechanical appliances, systems, and equipment in one- and twofamily dwellings shall comply with the applicable provisions of

Chapters 12 thru Chapter 23 inclusive, the International Mechanical

Code, and all Village of Sugar Grove amendments to the

International Mechanical Code"

IRC

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Mechanical

Compliance

M1305.1

Added subsection "M1305.1.5 Prohibited locations. Appliances designed to condition habitable spaces of a one- or two- family dwelling shall not be located in a garage except if elevated in accordance with Section M1307.3 and installed in a dedicated enclosure in which all combustion air is taken directly from the outdoors in accordance with Section M1703. Access to such enclosures shall be through a solid door, weather-stripped in accordance with the exterior door leakage requirements in the

International Energy Conservation Code and equipped with a selfclosing device.”

Prohibited

Locations

M1602.1

Added “Return air vents connected to the heating and cooling system shall be located in every habitable room of a dwelling except as prohibited by section M1602.2.”

Return Air

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Clarifies all requirements to be met for residential mechanical installations

Prohibits furnaces and boilers in garages of one- and twofamily dwellings

IRC

IRC

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22

G2401.1

Deleted in its entirety, including all subsections.

Replaced with "The installation of fuel-gas piping systems, fuel-gas utilization equipment and related accessories, venting systems and combustion air configurations in one- and two-family dwellings shall comply with the applicable provisions of Chapter 24 and 25 inclusive, the International Fuel Gas Code, and all Village of Sugar

Grove amendments to the International Fuel Gas Code "

Special piping and storage systems

Fuel Gas

Compliance

Requires return air in each room to allow HVAC systems to work well with interior room doors closed

Village of Sugar Grove does not allow fuel oil storage tanks for one- and two-family dwellings

Clarifies all requirements to be met for residential fuel gas installations

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P2601.1

Replaced with "The installation of all plumbing appliances, equipment, and systems in one- and two-family dwellings shall comply with the applicable provisions of Chapters 26 thru 32 inclusive, the International Plumbing Code, State of Illinois Plumbing

Code, and all Village of Sugar Grove amendments to the

International Plumbing Code and State of Illinois Plumbing Code."

CONTEXT OF

CODE

Plumbing

Compliance

REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

Clarifies all requirements to be met for residential plumbing installations

IRC

IRC

P2603.6.1 Replaced with: "Building sewers that connect to private sewage disposal systems shall be under the jurisdiction of Kane County

Health Department. All other building sewers shall be as specified in Village of Sugar Grove ordinance."

P3103.1

Inserted "twelve (12) inches"

Sewer Depth Village doesn't have jurisdiction over septic systems

IRC

Roof Extension Clarifies the minimum height above roofs that open pipe

Electrical

Compliance vents must extend to match

Illinois Plumbing Code requirements

Clarifies all requirements to be met for residential electrical installations

IRC

E3301.1

Replaced with "The installation of all electrical appliances, equipment, and systems in one- and two-family dwellings and swimming pools shall comply with the applicable provisions of

Chapters 33 thru 41 inclusive, the International Code Council

Electrical Code, National Electrical Code, and all Village of Sugar

Grove amendments to the International Code Council Electrical

Code."

Appendice s A, B, C,

D, E, F, N, and Q

Adopted and inserted Appendices A, B, C, D, N and Q are informative only. E is the requirements for manufactured

(mobile) homes and F is radon control

IRC Apendix G Added to section AG103.1 “A four foot wide unobstructed area shall be provided around a minimum of three sides of the pool”

Swimming pools, spas and hot tubs

Requires room aound a pool to allow for proper rescue

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Inserted: Lightweight Construction. Buildings erected using lightweight construction systems to include: wooden I-beams, wood trusses, metal trusses, or any combination thereof, shall identify the structural system used on the exterior of the building. Signage shall be as listed in Section 507.4.1 of this code.

CONTEXT OF REASON FOR CODE CHANGE

CODE

Hazards to Fire Safety of Fire Fighters

Fighters

IFC 504.4.1

Inserted: Emblem required. An all-weather emblem identifying lightweight construction shall be provided, located and designed as follows:

1. Emblem shall be provided by the property owner

2. Emblem shall be located within 6” of the fire department key box not to exceed 6 feet above the ground.

3. The emblem shall be of a bright and reflective color, or made or reflective material. The shape of the emblem shall be the shape of a triangle measuring 8 inches vertically by 8 inches horizontally.

4. The following letters, of a size and color to make them conspicuous, shall be printed on the emblem, as shown in the diagram attached.

Hazards to Fire Safety of Fire Fighters

Fighters

IFC 902.1

Replaced first sentence: “Furnaces, water heaters and boilers

(unless specifically required by the manufacturer), shall be connected to the gas piping system by only rigid metallic pipe and fittings. Appliances, except for furnaces, wa

Definitions Safety of Inhabitants

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