Manufactured Home Certifications
For HUD Compliance
HomeTeam is partnered with an engineering company to perform foundation inspections for HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) compliance on manufactured homes.
For your manufactured home’s foundation to become HUD certified, a structural inspection will need to be completed to ensure safety standards. HomeTeam will check to see if the manufactured home is permanently tied down, verify proper drainage, and determine whether the house will drift off the foundation or pier. HUD enforces overall safety measures for the construction, design, and installation of these homes to assure the quality, durability, and affordability of them.
A report will be generated for you by our partnered engineering company —this will take two to three days to complete. They will then certify your home (or not) based on the criteria above. To guarantee loan financing for your manufactured home, make sure it’s structurally sound and get certified.
- Fleming Island
- Orange Park
- Ponte Vedra
- Ponte Vedra Beach
- Saint Johns
"The inspectors were extremely knowledgeable and helpful. They were very thorough, and took time to explain the process and the findings in great detail. I was definitely impressed and would highly recommend this team in the future." - J.V
"The HomeTeam Inspection staff were extremely thorough, professional, and friendly. We were given a one-on-one review of findings at the end of the inspection followed by a fully detailed report. Very impressed by the entire process." - P.A
"I thought the inspection was thorough and captured both the short and long term concern areas." - K.F