NoneThe State Administrative Agency must have easy access to all information regarding corrections and alterations ofÂ modular homes in Pa. done by the retailers. A consumer manual must also be provided to all buyers of modular homes in Pa. The certified installers who place the modular homes at their sites also have certain responsibilities to fulfill. This includes on-site completion of a new home. The support, stabilization, and assembly must be in accordance with the manufacturerâ€™s approved design. The installers must then complete the Verification of Compliance Form and forward copies of it to the Housing Standards Division, local buildingÂ official and the buyer. They must also maintain certification under PA Act 158.The Modular Buildings Systems Association (MBSA) is headquartered in Pennsylvania and has members and affiliates throughout the country. The organization works with builders and manufacturers as well as home buyers and tries to make the whole process simpler for both parties. The MBSA helps out the builders and manufacturers with issues like laws and regulations, code compliance, transportation, and the like. Seminars and workshops are often held towards this end.Â For the home buyer, the MBSA provides a communication link to reputed builders and manufacturers. This helps the buyer get peace of mind for he knows that there will be no compromise on the materials used and the quality of work for the price he has to pay. The MBSA can also act as a forum for resolution of any issues that the two parties may encounter while in the process of negotiating a deal on a modular building. The organization is constantly striving its best to ensure that builders, manufacturers and buyers are always getting the best services possible and not wasting their precious time and money.