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Thermal zone question for manufactured home.

S is for spittman

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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Texas
Having a bit of a brain freeze this morning. The home was manufactured in New Mexico (zone 2) but installed in Texas (zone 1). Above the Thermal Zone map on the label it says Zone 1. That means it meets HUD requirements correct?
 

Restrain

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The thermal zone determination (Zone 1) is what is important. The plant manufacturers the home to the specs where the unit is headed, not the thermal of the plant location
 

S is for spittman

Thread Starter
Senior Member
Joined
Oct 24, 2005
Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser
State
Texas
The thermal zone determination (Zone 1) is what is important. The plant manufacturers the home to the specs where the unit is headed, not the thermal of the plant location
Ok I had to read that a couple times to get my head straight. I think what threw me off was that the wind and roof zones are the same, but the thermal was different. Thank you!
 
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