Friday, September 4, 2015

USDA Rural Development Certification of Standard Homes House Plans

Certification for Rural Development house plans and specifications for submission to the Rural Development program (USDA-RD), is provided by Standard Homes registered Professional Building Designer, Charles Strickland, certified by the American Institute of Building Design. He is qualified to evaluate the technical sufficiency of construction documents for residential properties.

Standard Homes can certify any of our stock house plans for the above mentioned program. In addition, we can certify any of our custom designs or stock plans with custom modifications.

Due to liability for technical sufficiency of construction, house plans not designed by Standard Homes can not be certified by Standard Homes.

Certification includes US Department of Agriculture Rural Development Farm Service Agency Plan Certification form RD 1924-25 and Description of Materials, or generically known as specifications.

Standard Homes has been certifying house plans for the USDA Rural development program since 1989, trust the leader in house plan certification, Standard Homes.

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