(A) Every manufactured home placed in a manufactured home park on or after June 1, 1979, shall be secured with tiedowns at the time of placement of the manufactured home upon the lot in accordance with the recommendations of the individual manufactured home manufacturer or in accordance with appendix A to this rule (the 1987 standards of the "American National Standards Institute" for the installation of ground anchors and tiedowns for manufactured homes, be amended).
(B) Each manufactured home placed in a manufactured home park on or after September 3, 1983, shall be supported by blocking in accordance with the recommendations of the individual manufactured home manufacturer or in accordance with appendix B to this rule (the 1987 standards of the "American National Standards Institute" for load-bearing supports for manufactured homes, as may be amended).
(C) In addition to meeting the requirements of paragraph (B) of this rule, each manufactured home placed after the effective date of this rule on a lot in a manufactured home park that is located in a one hundred year flood plain shall be supported by blocking that has been reinforced by concrete grouting and steel bars to prevent collapse and lateral movement of the blocking supports from the forces of flood waters. Subject to approval of the director an alternate design for blocking may be used.
(D) Each manufactured home park lot upon which a manufactured home is to be placed or replaced after the effective date of this rule shall have one of the following base support systems:
(1) A paved pad;
(2) Paved strips;
(3) Concrete piers; or
(4) An alternate base support system approved by the director which shall be of such design, width, length and so positioned as to furnish a stable base for the manufactured home.
Paving shall be done with concrete having a minimum rating of three thousand pounds per square inch.
Appendix A Anchors and Ties
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Appendix B Typical Designs of Load-Bearing Supports for Manufactured Homes
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