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Pennsylvania Mobile Home Movers has been serving the state of Pennsylvania with quality mobile home transport services for years. Whether you purchase a new model or a previously lived-in option to be transported to your own plot of land, you’ll need highly skilled and experienced mobile home movers to do the job.

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Getting The Right Mobile Home Movers In PA

That’s where we come in. We’re your highly trained and knowledgeable mobile home moving experts. Our team has years of experience in moving all types of mobile homes. We’re also well-versed in transporting them into and out of a wide range of areas, so we know what it takes to get your mobile home from its original location to your land intact and on schedule. We’re dedicated to safety and customer satisfaction as well. We strive to ensure your home remains in optimal condition from the time we begin the moving process until it’s situated securely on your property.

Exploring the Mobile Home Moving Process

If you’re planning to have a mobile home moved, it’s important to understand all the steps involved in the process. It’s an intricate undertaking that needs to be carried out correctly from start to finish. Otherwise, you could find yourself facing a number of problems and unexpected expenses. First of all, you’ll need to have it inspected to ensure it’s up to code. You’ll also need to have in hand the title or deed for the home to prove that it belongs to you and paperwork confirming that the taxes on the home have been paid in full. That brings us to the next point.

Acquiring Permits

Certain permits are also essential for moving a mobile home. These vary by location and other factors, but some basic requirements are universal. For one, you’ll most likely need a permit to have it disconnected from its current foundation and utility hookups. Permits are also necessary for transporting the house trailer from the old location to the new one. It’s illegal to move it without the proper permits. If the move involves crossing county and state lines, multiple permits may be needed.

Also, be sure that you have all the proper permits for setting up the manufactured home at the new location. These can include permits for connecting it to the utilities, building steps or decks, and other aspects. We offer assistance with permit acquisition if needed, and our mobile home moving experts know which permits you’ll need based on your unique circumstances.

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.Before having a mobile home moved to a new location, it’s important to ensure the site is properly prepared. This includes having the utilities in place and ready to be connected to it. It also entails having a foundation in position. Our team provides help with both of those aspects. We’ll make sure the utilities are accessible for your trailer house. We can also recommend a foundation type and have it installed.

Disconnection and Preparation

When all the proper permits, paperwork, and other factors are in order, we can proceed to the next phase. Your mobile home will need to be disconnected from the electricity, water, gas, sewer, and other utilities. These measures have to be carried out carefully and in compliance with local codes and safety regulations. Skirting, underpinning, and decking must also be removed from it. If any steps or other structures are attached to it, they’ll need to be detached as well. If the manufactured home is larger than a standard single-wide or park-model, we’ll need to separate it into sections to be able to move it safely and successfully.

Mobile Home Transporting in

Next comes the loading and transporting stage. This requires a great deal of knowledge and heavy machinery. Without those elements, your mobile home could be damaged or destroyed before it even reaches its new destination. Our team has the expertise and equipment to get the job done right. From loading the house trailer onto the truck to planning a suitable driving route and transporting the mobile home to your property, we take into account every detail to ensure your residence reaches its destination safely.

Unloading and Home Setup

Getting the mobile home to your property is only part of the process. Unloading it and getting it set up for you to live in are equally crucial to the process. Again, having the right equipment and experience is crucial here. We’ll transfer the house trailer from our trucks to its waiting foundation and connect the utilities to get it ready for your family to move into. If the home had to be divided into sections before moving it, we’ll carefully piece it back together. You won’t have to worry about unsightly or potentially dangerous seams or other issues. We’ll make sure your mobile home comes back together properly. If necessary, we’ll install skirting around the base of it as well.

Final Inspection

At this point, there’s only one final step to complete before you can move in: the final inspection. After we’ve installed it and connected the utilities, you’ll need to have it professionally inspected. This is a safety precaution as well as a legal requirement. Then, you’ll be ready to move into your manufactured home.

Can I Move a Mobile Home on My Own?

No, moving a mobile home on your own is neither advisable nor legal. This is a complicated process that requires the right types of training, experience, and equipment. It should also be carried out by a mobile home moving company that’s fully licensed, bonded, and insured, like us.

Start off Your New Life on the Right Foot

Purchasing a home is an exciting experience that’s filled with anticipation over the possibilities to come. If you purchase a manufactured home that needs to be moved and installed on your property, it’s also a complex procedure. Having a mobile home transport specialist on your side is the key to making the most of your investment. We’re here to help make sure that happens. Contact us for a quote or to learn more about the mobile home moving and installation services we offer, so you’ll be sure to get started on the right foot.