Manufactured Home Inspection
South Dakota Manufactured Home Inspection InformationApproved for 16 hours of South Dakota home inspector continuing education credits!
Delivery Method: Online
Manufactured homes, which are often also referred to as mobile homes, are one of the fastest-growing home inspection markets in the United States. PHII's course is available online and helps you learn at your own pace how to perform an inspection on a manufactured home. You will also learn how to write a professional home inspection report that properly addresses a manufactured home's components and systems.
PHII is proud to offer the only course that includes manufactured housing report forms.
Because mobile/manufactured housing is built to Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations, they must be inspected differently than traditional site-built housing. These different regulations affect the design and construction methods, which can differ significantly from traditionally-built homes.
Some important points specifically about manufactured housing covered in the course include:
- Non-removable chassis,
- Bracing and support systems,
- Four-wire electrical service common to all manufactured homes,
- Polybutylene supply piping,
- Wind/load/thermal zone ratings,
- Metal roofing,
- Under wrap,
- Potentially hazardous aluminum wiring.
And other useful topics and knowledge.
Some manufactured home producers use cheaper, lower quality materials and faster, less scrupulous methods - our course will help you distinguish mobile homes that use better construction materials and practices from those that use lower quality - but not necessarily substandard - materials. The course also covers the varied construction methods, some of the benefits and disadvantages of each, and how to recognize them.
Of particular note, the HUD Manufactured Home Construction & Safety Standards is covered in the course, and the relevant regulations and practices for electrical, gas, water and sewer hookups.
What You Will Master
- Understanding manufactured, modular, and site-built construction and the relevant differences
- Reading HUD Labels and interpreting Data Plates
- Comparing HUD code with common residential code, with key differences explained
- Identifying the correct wind/load/thermal zone
- Foundations, piers, and stabilizing systems
- Reporting on Roof-overs and other homeowner-added systems
- Common structural defects from lower quality materials
- Inspecting the skirting, crawl spaces and belly wrap
- Four-wire electrical panels and proper neutral buss bonding
- Recognizing fire hazards and HUD-required egress for fire and other emergencies
And much more!
- Tracking via the Internet
- Online Course Access
- Computerized Flashcards & Testing
- Toll Free Support
- Bonus Manufactured Home Inspection Report Addendum Forms.
16 Credit Hours FL CE | Course # 0000317 | 16 Course Hours
South Dakota Manufactured Home Inspection Course Approval
The Manufactured Home Inspection course has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years. Course Number: 4606R1625
Continuing Education ApprovalsManufactured Home Inspection can be used for continuing education credits in Oregon, Tennessee, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Indiana, Kansas, Wisconsin, New Hampshire, West Virginia, Florida, Illinois, South & Dakota
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