Structural Foundation Inspection
What We Offer
- Structural Foundation Certificates
- Additions Certifications
- 1st Permanent Location Certificates
What Is It?
Are you purchasing a manufactured home with a FHA or VA loan? Then chances are you may need a Permanent Structure Foundation Certificate. In more and more cases, underwriters are requesting these for conventional loans too.
A 1st Permanent Location Certificate is when a manufactured home has not been moved to multiple sites.
Structural Foundation Certificates: According to the HUD Guide for a Permanent Structure: Anchorage capacity to prevent uplift and overturning due to winds or seismic forces, whichever controls. Screw-in soil anchors are not considered permanent anchorage. Footing size to prevent overloading the soil-bearing capacity and avoids soil settlement. Footings shall be reinforced concrete to be considered permanent. Base of footing below maximum frost-penetration depth. Enclose a basement or crawl space with a continuous wall (whether bearing or non-bearing) that separates the basement of the crawlspace from the backfill, and keeps out vermin and water.
Addition Certifications is a certificate issued based on attachments and connections to any members that have been added to the home. I.e decks, balconies, sunrooms, additional rooms, etc.
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