Quality Construction of Manufactured Homes

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Manufactured homes are built to a quality assurance standards administered by HUD.

HUD Code

Advantages of Manufactured Housing

History of the Manufactured Home

Definition of a Manufactured Home...A manufactured home is a single-family house constructed entirely in a controlled factory environment, and is built to meet federal guidelines and safety standards outlined by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (better known as the HUD Code)...read more


Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards

Cemplank Information (2.7 meg PDF)

Cemplank Warranty Certificate

Basic Wind Zone Map...Each Manufactured home must be designed according to the federal Manufactured home Construction and Safety Standards at 24 CFR 3280, commonly called the HUD Code. The HUD Code stipulates, at §3280.305(c)(1) and §3280.305(c)(2), that the home shall be designed and constructed to conform to one of three wind load zones...read more


Roof Load Zone Map...Each Manufactured home must be designed according to the federal Manufactured home Construction and Safety Standards at 24 CFR 3280, commonly called the HUD Code. The HUD Code stipulates, at §3280.305(c)(3), that the home shall be designed and constructed...read more


Thermal Zone Map...The appropriate thermal zone value used in design is dependent on where the home will be initially installed. Homes designed and constructed to a higher Thermal Zone can be installed in a lower Thermal Zone (a home designed to a Thermal Zone 3 can be installed in a Thermal Zone 1 or 2). However, a Thermal Zone 1 home cannot...read more


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