Manufactured Housing Installation
All manufactured home retailers and/or installers must make arrangements for the home to be inspected 10 days before it is completed. The inspector must meet at least one of the requirements found in 24 CFR 3286.511:
NTA has long been recognized as a leader in HUD Code and is one of only 5 private agencies to be a HUD-approved DAPIA and IPIA provider. Not only are we industry experts in all things HUD, but we have one of the largest workforces nationwide of ICC Certified Inspectors. With our certified inspectors and our flat-rate pricing plan, our inspection installation program is efficient and cost-effective.
Call Penny Eddinger at 574.773.7975, or Scott Peterson at 574.354.1726 for more information.
New Listing Reports for Certified Products
SCC Expands NTA, Inc.’s Scope of Accreditation
The Standards Council of Canada recently approved a scope expansion for NTA! The updated scope now includes Walls, Partitions, Facades, Roof, Ceilings, Floors and Stairs. This opens up opportunities for our clients, especially those with Light Gauge and Cold-Formed Steel Certifications, like cold-formed metal framing, structural metal stud framing, cold-formed joist framing and non-structural metal stud framing.
For more information on how our new expanded Scope can benefit you, be sure to contactus!
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Verify your product’s compliance with the 2015 I-Codes
Contact an NTA Testing and Certification representative today to find out more about the 2015 I-Codes and what they mean for you.
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