|The Plumbing Division is responsible for issuing plumbing permits, the examination and licensing and renewals of licenses of plumbing contractors, apprenticeship registration, master and journey plumbers and for the inspection of plumbing installations and repair. The division also provides staff support to the State Plumbing Board and handles plumbing code questions--i.e., plumbing fixtures, water distribution, sanitary and storm lines.|
Michigan Building/Residential Code Rules, Michigan Rehabilitation Code for Existing Buildings Rules, and the Michigan Uniform Energy Code Parts 10 & 10a Rules
The 2009 Michigan Building/Residential, Rehabilitation and Energy Code Rules were filed with the Secretary of State on November 8, 2010, and become effective March 9, 2011. The rules provide the latest standards to protect the health and promote the safety and welfare of the people by regulating the construction, reconstruction and alteration of buildings within the state. The rules provided below are only those rules affected during the recent Michigan amendment process.
2009 Michigan Building/Residential Code Rules
2009 Michigan Rehabilitation Code Rules
2009 Michigan Uniform Energy Code Rules - Residential
2009 Michigan Uniform Energy Code Rules - Commercial
The Bureau will hold a Public Hearing for the Elevator rules, Boiler rules and the Plumbing Licensing rules on Thursday, July 11, 2013. Please see the links to the Public Hearing Notice, draft rules and the Regulatory Impact Statement.
Public Hearing Notice for the Elevator rules, Boiler rules and the Plumbing Licensing rules to be held on July 11, 2013
Plumbing Regulatory Impact Statement 2011-039
2011-039 Plumbing (strike and bold)