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Glossary
What is a manufactured home?
Manufactured homes are built in factories, transported to a site location and installed. HUD Code federally regulates manufactured homes. HUD Code provides the design and construction requirements for the complete production of the entire home in the factory. Some modifications are allowed on-site for setup.

What is a modular home?
Modular homes are also built in factories, transported to a site location and installed. Modular homes are governed the building code enforced in the jurisdiction where the home is to be located. These codes can be BOCA National Building Code, the ICBO Uniform Building Code, the Southern Standard Building Code or the ICC One and Two Family Dwelling Code.

What is a panelized home?
Panelized homes are flat factory-built panels that are transported to the site location they are assembled. Panelized homes are governed the building code enforced in the jurisdiction where the home is to be located. These codes can be BOCA National Building Code, the ICBO Uniform Building Code, the Southern Standard Building Code or the ICC One and Two Family Dwelling Code.

Which do I own - a mobile home or a manufactured home?
The HUD Code defines manufactured homes. A factory-built home built after June 15, 1976, is commonly called a manufactured home. A factory-built home built before June 15, 1976 is commonly called a mobile home.

 



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