The Consumer must provide a form from SC DHEC to the dealer that the property on which the manufactured home is to be placed meets or can be made to meet DHEC regulations governing wells or septic tanks or both if the manufactured home is to be served by well, septic tank, or both. **MEMBERS […]
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South Carolina is divided into two wind zones for manufactured homes. Zone II includes nine coastal counties: Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Horry, Jasper, and Williamsburg. **MEMBERS ONLY CONTENT.** Want to see more? Click here to login or Join MHISC for unlimited access.
Under federal regulations, persons selling or renting a pre-1978 home must follow and provide special disclosures regarding lead-based paint hazards. There is a pamphlet and disclosure form which must be provided. **MEMBERS ONLY CONTENT.** Want to see more? Click here to login or Join MHISC for unlimited access.
The Manufactured Home Installation Certificate is to ensure that manufactured homes will be installed in accordance with the installation guidelines of the manufacturer and the installation standards of the SC Manufactured Housing Board, S.C. CODE 40-29-350 and S.C. REG. 79-42. **MEMBERS ONLY CONTENT.** Want to see more? Click here to login or Join MHISC for […]
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), in a recent letter to the industry, has expressed their concerns regarding the attachment of site-built garages to manufactured homes being completed as part of the initial home installation. In particular, HUD is concerned that such practices in some cases may be taking the home out of […]
All manufactured homes built after June 15, 1976 are required to have one or more label(s) attached to them: a manufactured home HUD label(s) and a Data Plate/Compliance Certificate. IBTS is the only agency that can provide manufactured home owners, real estate agents, brokers, and other stakeholders with a Label Verification Letter, which can suffice for missing […]
Manufactured Home Installer Repairers’ and Contractors’ Guide to Licensing, Training and Testing, Set Up Standards and Representing your Company. Learn about important laws and who’s who in state government with this helpful guide. **MEMBERS ONLY CONTENT.** Want to see more? Click here to login or Join MHISC for unlimited access.