Ariz. Admin. Code § R4-34-204 - Installers

Current through Register Vol. 48, No. 14, April 8, 2022

A. Installers' license applications fall into one of the following license classes:
1. I-10C General installer of manufactured homes, mobile homes, or residential FBBs:
a. Installs manufactured homes, mobile homes, or residential FBBs on foundation systems;
b. Installs ground anchors and tie-downs for manufactured homes or mobile homes;
c. Connects water, sanitary waste, gas, and electrical systems of all amperages to the proper onsite utility terminals provided by others;
d. Installs HVAC and evaporative cooler systems, including electrical wiring, gas connections, and ductwork on manufactured homes, mobile homes, or residential FBBs. Provides roof jack to cooler ducts, installs exterior duct work, Provides electrical service and controls to cooler from nearest supply source, Provides water to the cooler from nearest fresh water source, and performs cooler repair work. An I-10C installer does not provide service, maintenance, repair, discharging, adding, or reclaiming refrigerants, or other work that requires certification;
e. Installs accessory structures attached to manufactured homes, mobile homes, or residential FBBs, including installation of prefabricated accessory structure units, on-site constructed accessory structures, concrete footings or slabs for accessory structures, and plumbing, electrical, and mechanical equipment;
e.f. Performs repair work, replaces or newly installs to existing mobile homes, manufactured homes, and residential FBBs items in subsections (A)(1)(a) through (e); and
f. g. May subcontract to a properly licensed entity for installation of a manufactured home, mobile home, or residential FBB or installation of an accessory structure in conjunction with installation of a home.
2. I-10D Installer of accessory structures attached to manufactured homes, mobile homes, or residential FBBs including installation of prefabricated accessory structure units, on-site constructed accessory structures, concrete footings or slabs for accessory structures, and plumbing, electrical, and mechanical equipment. An I-10 Installer may subcontract, as needed, to a properly licensed installer or contractor for installation of any accessory-structure item under this subsection.
3. I-10G Master installer of manufactured homes, mobile homes, or residential FBBs is permitted to perform the work described under subsection (A)(1). Additionally, an I-10G Master installer is permitted to perform all activities listed in subsection (A)(1) on a commercial FBB. An I-10G Master installer does not provide service, maintenance, repair, discharging, adding, or reclaiming refrigerants, or any other work requiring certification.
B. Installer applicants. To be qualified for an installer I-10C, I-10D, or I-10G license, an applicant shall:
1. Have a minimum of three years practical or field management experience in the specific type of installation, a related construction field, or the equivalent, for which the applicant is applying. At least two of the three years' experience shall be within 10 years of the date of application. The applicant may substitute technical training in the specific type of installation, a related construction field, or the equivalent, from an accredited college or university or from a Department of Housing workshop for no more than one year of the three years' experience required in this subsection;
2. Supply a written, notarized statement from each employer or other individual familiar with the applicant's employment or other work experience, which includes the name, address, and telephone number of the individual making the statement, the dates of the applicant's employment or other work experience, a description of the position the applicant held, and a signature indicating the signer vouches for the truthfulness of the statement as proof the applicant meets the experience requirement in subsection (B)(1); and
3. Supply a certified copy of each official transcript or certificate, demonstrating successful completion of any technical training the applicant wishes the Department to consider as proof of meeting the experience requirement in subsection (B)(1).

Notes

Ariz. Admin. Code § R4-34-204
Adopted effective November 27, 1984 (Supp. 84-6). Repealed effective September 3, 1992 (Supp. 92-3). Section repealed by final rulemaking at 6 A.A.R. 47, effective December 8, 1999; new Section adopted by final rulemaking at 6 A.A.R. 145, effective December 8, 1999 (Supp. 99-4). Amended by final rulemaking at 13 A.A.R. 3582, effective December 1, 2007 (Supp. 07-4). Amended by final rulemaking at 14 A.A.R. 286, effective March 8, 2008 (Supp. 08-1). Amended by final rulemaking at 24 A.A.R. 1499, effective 6/30/2018. Amended by final rulemaking at 26 A.A.R. 1509, effective 9/6/2020. Amended by final rulemaking at 27 A.A.R. 1324, effective 10/3/2021.

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