All applicants for licensure must obtain initial training, including, but not limited to, the servicing and installation of manufactured housing. Applicants for initial licensure must complete the training before the board approves the application for licensure. Here are the steps you must follow to complete the training:
- Read the complete online training as well as the laws and rules (link to laws and rules are on page 4 of the training) - Online Qualifying Education Training
- Take the exam (you may fill this out online or print and fill out) - Exam (DOC)
- Submit the exam to the Manufactured Housing Board via mail or email.
Please allow 7-10 business days for the office to review your exam and send your score (if you have supplied us with an email address), your certificate will follow by mail. You must get 70% of the questions on the exam correct in order to pass. If you do not pass the exam you may take it again immediately. After you have passed the exam you may submit your application along with the appropriate fees for the board’s approval. If you have questions regarding this process please contact our office at (207) 624-8612.
Please mail the exam to:
Office of Professional and Occupational Regulation
Manufactured Housing Board
35 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0035
Or email to: email@example.com
News About the Experience Requirement for Licensing
As of November 1, 2023, the Manufactured Housing Board has approved having a HUD Manufactured Housing Installation License as equivalent to meeting the experience portion of the requirements for obtaining a Manufactured Housing Board License. This is applicable to the Dealer, Installer, or Mechanic License. For further information please contact Peter Holmes at Peter.T.Holmes@maine.gov or call (207) 624-8678.