Manufactured Inspection

Manufactured Inspection | Tie downs are anchors or straps that robust enough to keep the manufactured home stable even when high winds are blowing. Manufactured homes are more vulnerable during windstorms. Therefore, it is important to schedule timely tie down inspection.

There are two basic criterions for determining how many tie downs are required to secure a manufactured home completely.

  1. The Year of Manufacturing 

The spacing requirements for the manufactured homes were tightened after the occurrence of Hurricane Andrew in 1990. Since 1994, the tie downs are supposed to be placed approximately at a distance of five feet at maximum. So, if you are planning to finance an old manufactured home, carry a manufactured home inspection to make sure that the tie downs are located at the required spaces.

  1. The Zoning of the Manufactured Home

The zoning of the manufactured home determines the number of tie downs that will be required to secure the home against torrential storms. Each manufactured home is supposed to be in a location for which it was designed for. To check the zone for which your home was designed for, check the data plate. Then, as per the latest zoning map, check whether the manufactured home is in the right location.

Tie Down Home Inspection 

It is extremely necessary to conduct a tie down inspection if you live in a manufactured home in a state like Florida. Otherwise, during the flood or rainfall season, your manufactured home could overturn causing harm to lives and property. Beryl Project Engineering provides manufactured home inspections to the clients. If you are looking for reliable tie down inspection services, contact at (813) 530-2085.