Manufactured Housing: Installers
All installers of manufactured homes are required to obtain either one or all of three installer licenses.
- Manufactured Housing Division Installer License (MHD-1) allows an installer to block, level, connect sewer and water, and install permanent or alternative foundations.
- Manufactured Housing Division Installer License (MHD-2) allows an installer to perform all MHD-1 functions, in addition to working on alternations and modifications on a manufactured home.
- Manufactured Housing Division Installer License (MHD-3) allows an installer to perform all functions of the MHD-1 and MHD-2 , along with the service and repair of natural gas piping and appliances, change and adjust orifices in a manufactured home prior to connection to L.P. gas, and to service and repair plumbing and electrical systems.
- The scope of an MHD-3 Y licensee shall be extended to install gas yardlines to manufactured homes upon acquiring an appropriate endorsement from the division.
- The scope of an MHD-3 E licensee shall be extended to install feeder assemblies from the on-site utility terminal to the manufactured home not to exceed 30 feet. The provisions for obtaining a separate electrical endorsement shall include a minimum of two years in the last 10 years of verifiable experience performing electrical work on manufactured homes or related equipment.
Obtaining an installer licenses –
- Complete license application, post $200 license fee and $10,000 consumer protection bond.
- Take installer exam administered by Psychological Services Inc. (PSI) and pass with a minimum score of 70 percent. (www.psiexams.com or call 1-800- 733-9267)
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PSI Testing Study Reference Material
Manufactured Home Procedural and Enforcement Regulations
Manufactured Housing Requirements
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Installer 1 exam, also requires the following code book for reference:
Installer 2 exam, also requires the following code books for reference:
Installer 3 exam, also requires the following code books for reference: