Manufactured Home Inspections

Inspection Request line:  509-574-2370

Request for inspection shall be made at least one working day before such inspection is desired.  A specific time cannot be scheduled due to the inspectors workload.

Before calling for an inspection, please have the following information available:
* Permit Number
* Owners name
* Address of jobsite
* Contact person phone number
* Type of inspection you are requesting for example, setbacks, footing and site prep, piers and tiedowns, heat ducts and dryer vent, crawl space, water heater relief line, gas and/or water line test, skirting and steps, final inspection.  (Several types of inspections may be performed during one inspection).

Setback:
Have all of the property corners marked so the required setbacks can be verified and the home is located per the appropriate site plan.  Inspection of the site where the home will be placed to verify that it has been cleared of vegetation.Footing and Site Preparation:
Inspection to verify the footing dimensions, reinforcement and anchor locations per the manufacturers installation guide.  Inspection of forms for concrete runner placement.  Installation for new homes must comply with the manufacturer's requirements or an architect or engineers design.  Also relocated homes must comply with (American National Standards Institute, Inc.) ANSI A225.1-1994, NFPA, or an engineer's design (engineering must be stamped by an engineer licensed within Washington State).

Tiedown Anchors:
Tiedown spacing for new homes must comply with the manufacturer's requirements or an architects' or engineers' design.  Tiedown spacing for relocated homes must comply with ANSI  A225.1-1994, NFPA, or an engineer's design. (engineering must be stamped by an engineer licensed within Washington State).

Blocking:
Marriage line, main frame and perimeter blocking.  New homes installed per the manufacturer's requirements.  Used homes per ANSI A225.1-1994, NFPA, or  engineer's design.  (engineering must be stamped by an engineer licensed within Washington State).

Plumbing:
The installer shall provide a certificate for the water pipes, DWV and a separate certificate for gas piping test.  Proper materials used, condensate lines and pressure relief valve drain.  Proper support for all piping.

Mechanical:
Dryer duct and HVAC crossover duct. INSULATION:  Provide R-4 pipe insulation on all exposed water lines.

Final Inspection:
Have all landings, handrails, guardrails, underfloor access and ventilation finished.

Other Inspections:
In addition to the called inspections specified above, the building inspector may require other inspections of any construction work to ascertain compliance with the provisions of the building code and other laws which are enforced by the Building Division.







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Final Inspection:

Have all landings, handrails, guardrails, underfloor access and ventilation finished.

Other Inspections:

In addition to the called inspections specified above, the building inspector may make or require other inspections of any construction work to ascertain compliance with the provisions of the building code and any other laws which are enforced by the code enforcement agency.