Hurricane code compliance for manufactured building systems is determined by your local municipality building departments interpretation of the current written codes pertaining to manufactured building systems. Engineered drawings and specifications should be submitted and approved before your purchase or installation of any manufactured building systems.
Reputable manufacturers will be able to provide either drawings and calculations signed and sealed by a State of Florida licensed engineer or will have a State of Florida DCA insignia certificate attesting to the code compliance of the manufactured building system.
Manufactured building systems that meet Florida Hurricane Code compliance will have components that have been tested and approved for use in hurricane zones. Doors, windows, air conditioning covers, and roofing systems must meet current testing methods for impact and fastening methods.