The Arizona Manufactured Housing Installer Surety Bond is required by the Arizona Department of Fire, Building and Life Safety. The bond is required to be in the amount of $5,000 and is written for $100 for the year. The bond helps ensure that you accomplish work as described in license scopes I-10C and I-10D, install evaporation cooling units and refrigeration air conditioning units, and subcontract with properly licensed installers/contractors.
What are the Requirements to be a Manufactured Housing Installer in Arizona?
An installer is someone who connects new or used mobile homes, manufactured homes or factory-built buildings to on-site utility terminals. They can also place accessory structures on foundation systems and provide ground anchoring. You will need to give a completed application form to the Department of Housing. You will need to specify the type of license you are applying for, there are three, namely I-10C, I-10D, and I-10G. You can look up the details for each on the department website. You will also need to provide information on the qualifying party/parties and personnel, if applicable. Other requirements include state of citizenship, fingerprint requirements. Another important thing you must not forget is to pass the examination required by the state.
An Arizona Manufactured Housing Installer Surety Bond is also required for those who wish to be licensed in Arizona. Depending on the license you are applying for, the amount will either be $1,000, $2,500, or $5,000. This surety bond is an added assurance for the state of Arizona that you will conduct your business in a professional manner and adhere to the rules and regulations of the state.
Where can I get an Arizona Manufactured Housing Installer Surety Bond?
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