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DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AND BUSINESS SERVICES,
BUILDING CODES DIVISION

 

DIVISION 530

PARK TRAILER AND CABANA INSTALLATION STANDARDS

918-530-0005

General Requirements

(1) All recreational park trailers exceeding 8-1/2 feet in width shall be installed to the manufacturer’s installation instructions and where applicable, to these rules except for recreational park trailers installed temporarily on display or in storage and not occupied or intended to be occupied. This exception does not include recreational park trailers installed in recreational vehicle parks, mobile home parks, or subdivisions.

(2) Cabanas used in conjunction with a recreational vehicles or recreational park trailers shall be installed according to the manufacturer’s installation instructions, the Oregon Residential Specialty Code and the provisions of these rules.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0010

Site Preparation

(1) Each site shall be suitable for its intended use and shall comply with applicable federal, state, and local laws.

(2) When, during preparation of the site, unforeseen factors such as rock formation, high ground water levels, springs, or biological generated gasses are encountered, corrective work shall be taken prior to the siting of the recreational park trailer or accessory building and structure.

(3) Grades shall slope downward away from patios, stands, walls, skirting, foundations, and water supply wells.

(4) Site grading and drainage shall:

(a) Provide a diversion of any surface water away from the recreational park trailer, accessory building, and structures and stands except as necessary for controlled irrigation; and

(b) Prevent standing water and soil saturation from becoming detrimental to structures and site use.

(5) Recreational park trailer stands without a subsurface drainage system shall have a crown gradient for surface drainage acceptable to the building official.

(6) Grading, plantings, or drainage systems shall be constructed to prevent erosion of the recreational park trailer stand from high velocity water runoff.

(7) Where natural soils or controlled fill (free of grass and organic material) are used, such soils or fill shall support the loads imposed by the support system of the recreational park trailer and cabana placed thereon.

(8) Up to 6” of non-compacted crushed rock or gravel, no smaller than 3/4” minus, may be placed on a recreational park trailer or cabana stand without affecting the soil bearing capacity of the stand.

(9) Provisions shall be made to reduce moisture and humidity in under-floor spaces by installing a continuous membrane sheeting vapor barrier to cover the ground surface or pavement within the perimeter enclosure of the recreational park trailer or cabana stand. A uniform six mil black polyethylene, linear low density poly (6x) sheet material or other approved equivalent membrane vapor barrier materials shall be installed for this purpose according to the following:

(a) Membrane seams shall be overlapped by at least eight inches;

(b) Edges of the sheeting shall extend to the perimeter of the recreational park trailer;

(c) Stones or bricks shall be placed over seams and around the point of contact of the sheeting with the perimeter enclosure on a spacing of approximately eight feet to maintain a reasonable seal between sheets and the foundation material;

(d) All holes, tears, and penetrations in the membrane shall be adequately patched and sealed with permanent tape;

(e) Under-floor continuous membrane sheeting vapor barrier shall not contact wood that is not treated foundation grade lumber; and

(f) Under-floor continuous membrane sheeting vapor barrier shall not be placed under concrete slabs.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0020

Foundation Systems

(1) This rule prescribes Oregon standards for siting, design and installation of recreational park trailer foundation systems and identifies acceptable foundation systems.

(2) The foundation shall be capable of transferring design vertical loads and other loads unique to local sites due to wind, seismic, and water conditions imposed by or on the structure into the underlying soil bedrock without failure. The building official may approve an installation design and materials not contained in these rules.

(3) Except for axles, wheels, tires, hitches, and transportation lights designed to be detached from the vehicle, no portion of a recreational park trailer transportation platform (chassis) shall be removed before or after the recreational park trailer is installed. Detached transportation equipment shall be left on the site for future use.

(4) Recreational park trailers shall be installed according to the manufacturer’s installation instructions. Where manufacturer’s installation instructions are not available for relocated recreational park trailers, installations shall meet the minimum requirements in these rules.

(5) Footings shall be a minimum of 256 square inches of pressure-treated wood on all six sides, precast concrete or poured-in-place concrete, including unreinforced slabs or runners. Footings shall be at least equal in area to the piers they support. Footings shall be placed level on a stand free of grass and organic materials.

(6) Piers shall be spaced at a maximum of four feet on center under the main frame (I-beam or channel beam). Pier spacing may be offset up to six inches for obstructions such as outriggers, cross members, axles and utilities. Piers shall not exceed 36 inches in height under the main frame (I-beam or channel beam). Piers shall be:

(a) Constructed of a single stack of open 8” x 8” x 16” concrete blocks with open cells placed vertically upon the footing. Single stacked block piers shall be installed with the 16-inch dimension perpendicular to the main frame (I-beam or channel beam). The pier blocks shall be capped with concrete or wood pier caps equal in area to the top of the pier blocking then shimmed tight to the bottom of the main frame (I-beam or channel beam) with wood blocks and wedges;

(b) Designed by a registered design professional and approved by the building official; or

(c) Prefabricated piers tested, listed, and labeled by a nationally recognized testing and listing laboratory. Prefabricated piers shall be tested to their dead load plus superimposed live load equal to three times the required live load using the test procedures in the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards 24 CFR 3280.401. Prefabricated piers and load bearing devices shall be permanently marked or labeled with the following information:

(A) The product’s intended use;

(B) The product manufacturer’s name and location;

(C) The product’s model or identification number;

(D) The product’s design loads or capacity;

(E) The product’s tested or calculated loads;

(F) The name, logo, or identification mark of the testing laboratory and listing agency; and

(G) The product’s test report and listing numbers.

(d) Piers may be replaced in part with approved earthquake-bracing system components.

(e) Piers may be replaced in whole with an approved full foundation system.

(7) Earthquake-resistant bracing systems and full foundation systems when used with a recreational park trailer shall be:

(a) Approved for its intended use;

(b) Labeled to identify the component’s model or identification number, manufacturer’s name and location, testing and listing laboratory name or logo, testing and listing report numbers, certification expiration date, components tested or calculated loads, and minimum design loads or capacity;

(c) Installed according to the manufacturer’s installation instructions; and

(d) Provided with installation instructions to be left on the job site for the inspectors use.

(8) A minimum clearance of 18 inches shall be maintained beneath the lowest member of the main frame (I-beam or channel beam).

(9) Under the main frame, (I-beam or channel beam) pier supports shall be placed not more than two feet from the exterior of each end wall. All pier supports shall be installed (centered) directly under and perpendicular to each main frame of the recreational park trailer.

(10) Retaining walls used to resist the lateral displacement of soil and other materials shall be designed to resist the lateral pressure of the retained material in accordance with accepted engineering practices. A retaining wall shall not rely on the recreational park trailer for support. Retaining walls shall be constructed of treated foundation grade wood, concrete, masonry, or other approved materials or combinations of these materials according to the Oregon Residential Specialty Code.

(11) All fill and backfill soil surrounding the recreational park trailer shall be compacted to not allow displacement. Soil grading around the recreational park trailer shall allow water to drain away from the recreational park trailer at a slope of 1/2-foot vertical for every 12 feet horizontal.

(12) Regardless of the type foundation system provided, the foundation construction shall assure a level recreational park trailer or cabana floor.

(13) All lumber and concrete described in these rules are identified by their nominal sizes only. Actual sizes may vary from 1/8-inch to 3/4-inch.

(14) All poured in place concrete shall cure seven days prior to installation of the recreational park trailer or cabana and shall have a compressive strength not less than 2,500 pounds per square inch in 28 days.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 10-2000(Temp), f. 6-21-00, cert. ef. 6-23-00 thru 12-19-00; BCD 29-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-19-00; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0040

Anchoring Systems

(1) To resist overturning and lateral movement from high winds, all recreational park trailers installed in the following counties shall be anchored: Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos, Curry, Multnomah, Hood River, Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, and Umatilla; Lane and Douglas if located within 20 miles of the coast; and Wasco County if located within 30 miles of the Columbia River.

(2) To resist movement and reduce damage, all recreational park trailers installed in designated flood plain areas shall be anchored when required by a municipality.

(3) Anchoring systems shall be designed and tested according to the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards 24 CFR 3280.306. Anchoring systems shall be:

(a) Designed by a registered design professional and approved by the building official; or

(b) Manufactured, tested, listed, and labeled as capable of meeting all the requirements of this rule. Each manufactured anchoring system shall be installed according to the manufacturer’s installation instructions. Each manufactured anchoring system shall be permanently marked or labeled with the following information:

(A) The product’s intended use;

(B) The product manufacturer’s name and location;

(C) The product’s model or identification number;

(D) The product’s design loads or capacity;

(E) The product’s soil classification and soil depth when applicable;

(F) The product’s tested or calculated loads;

(G) The name, logo, or identification mark of the testing laboratory and listing agency; and

(H) The product’s test report and listing numbers.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0050

Skirting

(1) Skirting on recreational park trailers and cabanas shall be installed where specifically required by local ordinance.

(2) Skirting shall be of material suitable for exterior exposure. Untreated wood shall not be nearer than 5-1/2 inches to any earth, unless separated by three inches of metal or foundation grade lumber. Field cut ends, notches, and drilled holes of pressure-treated foundation grade lumber shall be retreated in the field according to AWPA U1-04.

(3) Skirting shall be installed according to the material manufacturer’s installation instructions and these rules.

(4) Skirting shall be adequately secured to assure stability, minimize vibration, susceptibility to wind damage, and to compensate for possible frost heave.

(5) All holes or gaps between the skirting and the ground or other locations shall be substantially sealed to limit the entrance of wind and water.

(6) Access openings through skirting shall be not less than 18” x 24” and located as close as practical to the utilities so fuel, electric, water, and sewer connections located under the recreational park trailer are accessible for inspection, service, and repair. Such access panels or doors shall not require tools or operation of more than four devices to remove or open. There shall be a minimum 30-inch access space directly in front of each access panel or door.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0060

Ventilation of Skirting

(1) Provisions shall be made to minimize condensation in underfloor areas through ventilation openings.

(2) If combustion air for heat-producing appliance(s) is taken from within the under-floor areas, ventilation shall be adequate to assure proper operation of appliances.

(3) A minimum of four ventilation openings shall be provided from the under-floor space to the exterior. A ventilation opening shall be placed at, or as near to, each corner as practicable and as high as practicable, except in flood hazard areas where the ventilation opening shall be near the bottom of the skirting. The total net free area for ventilation shall be 200 square inches or one square foot for every 300 square feet of under-floor area whichever is less. Openings shall provide cross ventilation on at least two sides. The openings shall be covered with 1/4-inch corrosion resistant wire mesh or with louvered openings with not less than 1/8-inch screen to retard entry of dry vegetation, waste materials, or rodents. The net free area of a vent shall not be diminished in size by vent hardware.

(4) Intake air for indoor ventilation purposes shall not be drawn from under floor spaces of the recreational park trailer or cabana. (This does not include combustion air.)

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0070

Electrical Connections

(1) Recreational park trailers shall be connected to power sources according to Article 552 of the NFPA 70, National Electrical Code

(2) Accessory equipment, structures, and buildings shall not be powered by the recreational park trailer electrical system.

(3) At the time of installation, all recreational park trailers shall be tested to the following criteria:

(a) All 110 volt electrical receptacle outlets shall be subjected to a polarity test to determine all connections have been made properly; and

(b) All electrical lights, equipment, ground fault circuit interrupters, and appliances shall be subjected to an operational test to demonstrate all equipment is connected and in working order.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08; BCD 26-2011, f. 9-30-11, cert. ef. 10-1-11

918-530-0080

Plumbing Connections

Recreational park trailers and cabanas shall be connected to water sources and waste disposal terminals according to the Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code and to the following standards:

(1) A full way shutoff valve shall be provided on the water supply serving each recreational park trailer site.

(2) The water inlet shall be connected to the site water supply outlet by an approved flexible connector not less than 3/4-inch nominal diameter or by other approved means identified in the Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code.

(3) Where static water pressure exceeds 80 pounds per square inch, a pressure regulator shall be installed.

(4) The water distribution system of the recreational park trailer and cabana and the supply connection shall be subjected to a test to assure there is no evidence of leakage under normal operating pressure. If water under normal operating pressure is not available, the recreational park trailer and cabana water distribution system shall show no evidence of leakage, by sustaining 80 pounds per square inch of air pressure for 15 minutes.

(5) Each recreational park trailer and cabana shall be connected to the sewer inlet by means of a three-inch diameter drain connector consisting of approved pipe, not less than schedule 40, appropriate directional fittings and listed and approved shielded flexible connectors at each end of the pipe.

(6) The recreational park trailer and cabana drainage piping system shall be connected to the lot or site drain inlet and tested by allowing water to flow into all fixtures and receptors, including the clothes washer standpipe, for a period of three minutes. If water under pressure is not available, the drainage piping system shall be tested by dumping at least three gallons of water into each fixture and receptor. Each P-trap shall be visible during this test to assure there is no evidence of leaks.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0090

Mechanical

(1) Mechanical equipment installed outside of and not supported by the recreational park trailer or cabana shall be mounted two inches above grade on a level concrete slab not less than three inches thick, a three-inch thick precast reinforced concrete slab or be mounted according to the applicable equipment manufacturer’s installation instructions.

(2) Mechanical equipment shall not be installed:

(a) In a manner which obstructs any exit door;

(b) In a window opening which is part of an emergency egress system; and

(c) Where it might obstruct sidewalks or any means of egress from the recreational park trailer or cabana.

(3) Exhaust duct systems of clothes dryers, applicable cook tops, and other appliances shall not terminate beneath the recreational park trailer or cabana. Exhaust ducts shall be routed through the skirting to the exterior. Exhaust duct installations shall have no dips or traps and shall be installed according to the applicable appliance manufacturer’s installation instructions.

(4) Moisture or heat producing appliances, such as dryers and applicable cook tops, shall be vented to the outside atmosphere to insure moisture-laden air is carried out beyond the perimeter of the recreational park trailer.

(5) Exhaust ducts shall be installed according to the appliance manufacturer’s installation instructions and the following requirements:

(a) The duct shall be a minimum of four inches in diameter unless otherwise specified by the appliance manufacturer;

(b) The duct material shall be metal or listed flexible metal if approved by the appliance manufacturer;

(c) There shall be no dips in the duct run;

(d) There shall be no screws, mechanical fasteners, screens, or any other obstructions extending into any interior portion of the duct;

(e) The total length of the duct shall not exceed 15 feet unless otherwise specified by the appliance manufacturer;

(f) There shall not be more than two 90-degree elbow fittings or four 45-degree elbow fittings installed in the duct run; and

(g) The duct termination shall be equipped with a back-draft damper.

(6) When installed, adequate distance shall be maintained under the recreational park trailer and cabana for an external air conditioning or heat pump duct. The external air conditioning or heat pump duct shall be supported off the ground, providing a one-inch minimum ground clearance and be supported and connected according to the appliance manufacturer’s installation instructions. Ducts shall not be crushed, dented, compressed, have sharp bends, or stress at the connections. All tears, holes, and penetrations in ducts shall be repaired and sealed.

(7) Inlets or outlets of an exhaust vent, combustion air vent, return air vent, or any other vent opening capable of conveying air or gasses into or out of the recreational park trailer or cabana, or to or from any appliance used in conjunction with the recreational park trailer, shall not be located in an area where an accessory building is to be sited.

(8) Inlets or outlets of an exhaust vent, combustion air vent, return air vent, condensation drain, or any other vent opening capable of conveying air or gasses into or out of the recreational park trailer or cabana, or to or from any appliance used in conjunction with the recreational park trailer or cabana, shall not be located under the recreational park trailer when located over a basement.

(9) Condensation drains from air conditioning, heat pumps, evaporative coolers, dehumidifiers, refrigeration equipment, or any other appliance shall not terminate under a recreational park trailer or cabana.

(10) Mechanical installations not a part of the recreational park trailer shall be in conformance with the Oregon Residential Specialty Code.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0100

Fuel Supply

(1) All fuel gas piping systems serving recreational park trailers and cabanas shall be designed and constructed according to applicable provisions of the Oregon Residential Specialty Code.

(2) Where fuel gas is provided, each recreational park trailer site shall have a listed gas shut off valve installed upstream from the recreational park trailer site gas outlet. Such valve shall not be located under any recreational park trailer or cabana. The outlet shall be equipped with a cap or plug to prevent discharge of gas whenever the recreational park trailer site outlet is not connected to a recreational park trailer or cabana.

(3) Each gas supply shall be connected to the recreational park trailer with an approved six-foot flexible gas connector.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0110

Access

(1) Required egress doors on recreational park trailers shall be accessible by steps or ramps or have door thresholds within eight inches of grade.

(2) All ramps, decks, hand rails, guard rails, stairs, steps, porches, and landings constructed adjacent to a recreational park trailer to be used by the occupants of the recreational park trailer shall be constructed in conformance with the Oregon Residential Specialty Code.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0120

Rodent Proofing

All cuts, holes, or tears in the bottom board or floor insulation, including but not limited to areas around plumbing, mechanical, and heating equipment penetrations shall be adequately repaired and sealed to prevent the entrance of rodents and limit heat loss.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0310

Accessory Buildings and Structures

(1) Accessory buildings and accessory structures shall be designed, constructed, and installed according to the Oregon Residential Specialty Code and these rules.

(2) Accessory buildings and accessory structures shall not obstruct required egress windows, exit doors, appliance access, exhaust vents or ducts, chimney or flue pipes, combustion air inlets, drains, sewer vents, or the utility access of a recreational vehicle or a recreational park trailer.

(3) Accessory buildings and accessory structures shall be free standing, self-supporting structures. No loads shall be imposed on a recreational vehicle or recreational park trailer from the installation of an accessory building or accessory structure unless approved by the building official.

(4) The total area of all accessory buildings and accessory structures on the same lot, in a recreation park, shall not exceed 400 square feet in area except as provided below:

(a) Where the accessory building is a cabana, the size restrictions in OAR 918-530-0320 shall apply;

(b) Where an accessory building or accessory structure has a six-foot clearance to all recreational vehicles, accessory buildings, and accessory structures, the size limitations of this section shall not apply;

(c) Where an accessory building or accessory structure has a three-foot clearance and is provided with a minimum of one-hour fire-resistive construction on the wall facing any recreational vehicle, accessory building or accessory structure, the size limitations of this section shall not apply;

(d) Where the accessory structure is a deck, patio, or ramada, the size limitations of this section shall not apply;

(e) Factory-built porches, decks, eaves, roof overhangs, and other construction that is built by the manufacturer and connected to and supported by the recreational vehicle shall not be counted within the size limitations of this section; and

(f) Where more than one accessory building or accessory structure occupies the same space (i.e., landing, ramp or stairs under an awning or carport), the area shall only be counted once within the size limitations of this section.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.155, 446.185 & 446.240
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185 & 446.240
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 24-1994, f. 10-26-94, cert. ef. 11-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99, Renumbered from 918-535-0010; BCD 10-2000(Temp), f. 6-21-00, cert. ef. 6-23-00 thru 12-19-00; BCD 29-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-19-00; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0320

Cabanas

(1) A cabana may be installed or constructed as an accessory building to a recreational vehicle according to the following restrictions:

(a) Cabanas shall not be designed or constructed to include sleeping or cooking facilities;

(b) Cabanas shall be restricted in size to a total of 240 square feet of gross floor area per recreational vehicle; and

(c) Cabanas shall not contain gas, liquid or solid fuel-burning fireplaces, fireplace stoves, room heaters or pellet-fired appliances.

(2) Cabanas shall be designed and constructed as freestanding, self-supporting structures. Cabanas may be attached to a recreational vehicle or recreational park trailer only with appropriate flashing or sealing materials to provide a weather seal.

(3) Each cabana shall have an exit door opening directly to the outside without passing through the recreational vehicle.

(4) Cabanas shall have smoke alarms installed according to Section 313 of the Oregon Residential Specialty Code. The smoke alarm in the cabana is not required to be interconnected with the smoke alarm(s) in the recreational vehicle.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99, Renumbered from 918-535-0020; BCD 10-2000(Temp), f. 6-21-00, cert. ef. 6-23-00 thru 12-19-00; BCD 29-2000, f. & cert. ef. 12-19-00; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

918-530-0340

Ramadas

(1) A ramada may be constructed or installed as an accessory to a recreational vehicle or recreational park trailer.

(2) A ramada or any portion thereof shall have a clearance of not less than 36 inches in a vertical direction above the highest portion of a recreational vehicle or recreational park trailer roof and not less than 18 inches in a horizontal direction from each side of a recreational vehicle.

(3) Cross braces, architectural appurtenances, and structural ties shall not obstruct the installation or removal of any recreational vehicle or recreational park trailer.

(4) Recreational park trailers with roof extensions or sited under a ramada that also have solid fuel burning appliances installed shall have the chimney, flue, or vent for the solid fuel burning appliance installed through the roof extension or ramada according to the appliance manufacturer’s installation instructions. Chimney, flue, or vent pipe extensions shall be of the same type, brand, and specifications as the original pipes used in the recreational park trailer. Shipped-loose chimney, flue, or vent sections and equipment for solid fuel burning appliance shall be installed according to the appliance manufacturer’s installation instructions. If manufacturer’s installation instructions are not available, installations shall comply with the mechanical chapters of the Oregon Residential Specialty Code.

[Publications: Publications referenced are available from the agency.]

Stat. Auth.: ORS 446.185
Stats. Implemented: ORS 446.185
Hist.: BCA 30-1993, f. 12-1-93, cert. ef. 1-1-94; BCD 9-1999, f. 7-14-99, cert. ef. 9-1-99, Renumbered from 918-535-0040; BCD 25-2008, f. 10-31-08, cert. ef. 11-1-08

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