BUSINESS - MANUFACTURER LICENSE
A manufacturer is a person or entity that engages in manufacturing, assembling or reconstructing a manufactured home and/or a factory-built building (“modular”).
The Manufacturer Licensing Packet provides detailed information and all forms required to obtain a Manufacturer License. You may obtain a fingerprint card from the law enforcement agency that fingerprints you or you may request the Department mail a fingerprint card to you.
A review will take place within five (5) business days of the date that we receive your application, appropriate fees and refund policy form. The review letter will advise you, in no particular order, of the remaining items that you must complete and/or provide to the Department in order to obtain your license.
MANUFACTURER LICENSES OFFERED
CLASS: M-9A MANUFACTURER OF FACTORY-BUILT BUILDING
SCOPE: Manufactures factory-buildings. Reconstructs factory-built buildings.
CLASS: M-9C MANUFACTURER OF MANUFACTURED HOMES
SCOPE: Manufactures manufactured homes. Reconstructs manufactured homes.
CLASS: M-9E MASTER MANUFACTURER
SCOPE: Performs work within the scope of classes M-9A and M-9C.
NOTE: THESE LICENSE SCOPES ALLOW FOR THE SALE OF UNITS TO LICENSED DEALERS/RETAILERS ONLY. IF YOU WISH TO SELL DIRECT TO THE END USER, YOU MUST ALSO OBTAIN THE PROPER DEALER/RETAILER LICENSE WITH THE DEPARTMENT.
“Reconstruction” means construction work performed for the purpose of restoration or modification of a unit by changing or adding structural components or electrical, plumbing or heat or air producing systems.