CO Detectors Required in Manufactured Housing

MHProNews has learned that of a new state regulation requiring approved carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in all new and existing manufactured homes and multi-family manufactured homes effective July 1, 2012, whether occupied or sitting in inventory on a dealer’s lot. According to the law firm of Hart, King & Coldren of Santa Ana, California, RC (residential code) 315 , adopted by the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD), requires all MH with a fuel-burning appliance to have the detectors, including those designed to have an attached garage, exempting only totally electric homes. Existing law requires all rental single-family dwelling units intended for human occupancy with a fuel-burning appliance or attached garage to have approved carbon monoxide detectors as of July 1, 2011; and all multi-family rental units must have the CO detectors in place by Jan. 1, 2013.

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