OAR 918-515-0110
Requirements for Installer License


To be licensed as a manufactured dwelling installer, an applicant must meet the following minimum experience requirements:


1,600 hours experience as a manufactured dwelling installer in another state or 1,600 hours experience as an Oregon licensed limited installer or limited skirting installer;


3,200 hours experience servicing or repairing manufactured dwellings;


3,200 hours experience in the construction of manufactured dwellings;


3,200 hours experience as a building construction supervisor;


1,600 hours experience as an active Oregon certified manufactured dwelling installation inspector;


Completion of a one year college program in a construction related field which is recognized by the board; or


Any combination of experience or education from subsections (a) through (f) of this section totaling 3,200 hours.


In addition to the requirements in section (1) of this rule, applicants must have:


Attended a division-approved manufactured dwelling installation education program; and


Received a passing grade of 75 percent on the division approved examination.


Verification of experience must be submitted in the form of signed statements by past or present employers. Verification may not be provided by a member of the applicant’s immediate family, by a live-in companion, or by any person dependent upon the applicant. The division may contact any person to verify experience of an applicant.


In addition to the completed application form and application fee, an applicant must provide personal photo identification for admission to all required manufactured dwelling examinations and with submittal of the division’s license application.

Source: Rule 918-515-0110 — Requirements for Installer License, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=918-515-0110.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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