What is the minimum warranty for a mobile/manufactured home installation in Florida?
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
According to the State of Florida’s Rule 15C-2.0073(6), "Each installer who installs a mobile/manufactured home shall warrant the installation and weather sealing, including sealing the bottom board of the home to prevent air infiltration of the home for a period of twelve (12) months beginning on the date of installation.” This includes maintaining level for the first year.
And, of course, the installer may offer an extended warranty, but this is the minimum requirement. If you are not satisfied with the installation, see our blog post Where can I file a complaint if I have problems with my new or used manufactured/mobile home in Florida?
Also see our blog posts What are the signs that a mobile home is not level? and How often should you relevel a mobile home? and Why is it important that a mobile home stay level throughout its lifetime? and What causes a crowned floor in a mobile/manufactured home? and Can over-tightening mobile home tie-down straps cause the floor to buckle?
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