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What is the HUD certification label?

What is a HUD Label? The Certification Label (also know as a HUD tag) is a metal plate that is affixed to the outside of the manufactured home. Section 3280.11(b) states, The label shall be approximately 2 in.

What does a HUD certification label look like?

The HUD tag is a 2 inch by 4 inch red metal plate riveted to the exterior wall of each section of mobile home. Some folks call it a HUD Label, others say red tag, and the official name used by HUD itself is Certification Label.

What is the difference between a HUD data plate and HUD certification label?

The HUD tag (certification label) is located on the back right corner of the outside of the home (the tongue of the home or corner of the frame). ... The data plate is a paper label with information about your home including the wind zone to which it was built and what home building facility built your home.

What do HUD tags look like?

Manufactured home HUD tags are also called construction code labels, certification labels, and HUD labels. There should be a red metal tag with silver text riveted to the rear exterior of each section of every manufactured home built since 1976. This metal tag has 3 letters and 6 numbers stamped into it.

What is a HUD label or Texas seal?

A Texas Seal is a metal plate with a number that is used to identify a manufactured home that does not have a HUD Label. State law requires that a manufactured home have either a HUD Label or a Texas Seal attached to it BEFORE any sale or exchange (or any negotiations for such) of the home to a consumer.

Do all manufactured homes have HUD tags?

Manufactured, Mobile and Modular Homes Definitions The HUD-code took effect June 15, 1976. ... The red Certification Label (sometimes called the HUD Label) can be located on the tail end of each transportable section of the home. The Data Plate will be located inside of the home.

What is Ibts certification?

IBTS is the single source for manufactured home data used to identify whether a home was built according to the HUD Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (HUD code) and, if so, how it was designed and constructed.

What is an Ibts letter?

Label Verification Letter IBTS provides a verification letter by email to verify the following information on manufactured homes. We do not provide verification services for modular homes or homes built before June 15, 1976. For more information see our FAQ section.

What is a HUD certification label?

What is a HUD Label? The Certification Label (also know as a HUD tag) is a metal plate that is affixed to the outside of the manufactured home. Section 3280.11(b) states, The label shall be approximately 2 in. ... Each label shall be marked with a 6 digit number which the label supplier shall furnish.

What does Ibts stand for manufactured home?

The Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS), as the Department of Housing and Urban Development's monitoring contractor under the Federal Manufactured Housing Program, is required to maintain all reported certification label applications, and has been the sole source of this data since 1976.
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