How do I find my wind zone?

How do I find my wind zone?

Your mobile home’s wind zone rating is listed on the HUD data plate. The data plate is a large paper sticker that can be found on the inside of a kitchen cabinet door, inside the door to the electrical panel, or on the wall of a closet. If you can’t find your HUD data plate, there is one more option.

How do I find my wind rating?

How Do I Find Out My Areas ‘Wind Rating’? You cannot make an estimate yourself based on past weather events in your area. It is recommended you check with your local council for the legally assigned rating to be safe. This information that your local council will have, you can easily obtain by giving them a call.

What is C1 wind rating?

Wind Classifications

Wind Class Notation Serviceable Wind Speed (m/s)
C1 W41C 32
C2 W50C 39
C3 W60C 47
C4 W70C 55

What is a wind zone 3?

Wind Zone III equates to a 110-mph fastest-mile wind speed.

What winds can a mobile home withstand?

The bare minimum that a mobile home is expected to withstand is winds up to 70 miles per hour. In wind-prone zones, a mobile home must be built to withstand up to 100 miles per hour or 110 miles per hour, depending on the official government designation.

What are the wind categories?

Category Sustained Winds
1 74-95 mph 64-82 kt 119-153 km/h
2 96-110 mph 83-95 kt 154-177 km/h
3 (major) 111-129 mph 96-112 kt 178-208 km/h
4 (major) 130-156 mph 113-136 kt 209-251 km/h

What is a wind zone 2?

Wind Zone II – The closer your home is located to the coast, the more likely your location will be in this zone. It’s designated for areas that are hurricane prone and can experience up to 100 miles per hour wind speeds.

What is the difference between wind zone 2 and 3?

Wind Zone II equates to a 100-mph fastest-mile wind speed. Wind Zone III equates to a 110-mph fastest-mile wind speed.