1. Find out what type of mobile home you have
There are two types of mobile homes - manufactured and modular. A manufactured home is any mobile home built at a factory and then shipped directly to its site while a modular home is built onsite using modules. If you know how old your mobile home is, you should be able to tell if it's a modular or manufactured home just by looking at it. Manufactured homes tend to look older than modular homes. Modular homes are easier to transport because they're not heavy, bulky and require less space. You may need to hire a mover to help you get rid of them though.
2. Figure out where you want to go
You'll probably want to find a place near water, preferably somewhere warm, and away from major traffic routes. You don't want to live near busy roads where people are likely to drive past your home. If you're moving across country, you'll want to make sure the area offers good access to highways. You'll also want to consider the weather conditions. Movers often charge extra money to move during winter months when the weather is cold because it's harder to keep moving equipment running.
3. Make a list of everything you need to take
Make sure you include everything you might need when you move, including all appliances, furniture, dishes, clothing, family heirlooms, etc. Write down everything you think you might need and figure out how much space you'll need to store it all. Be realistic about what you need and don't forget anything.
4. Hire movers who specialize in mobile homes
Mobile home removal companies specialize in moving home trailers, but some larger companies offer services for moving other types of houses too. Read reviews online before hiring anyone to make sure they're reputable.
5. Prepare yourself mentally
Moving home is stressful enough without having to worry about whether someone will steal your possessions. Try to plan ahead and prepare for the worst-case scenario. That way, you won't feel overwhelmed once you actually start packing.
6. Pack carefully
When you pack something, put items that you use frequently together or move them first. Don't leave valuable objects sitting around until last. Also, try to group similar things together. When you unpack, sort your belongings by category so you can find them easily later.
7. Keep track of the date
It's easy to lose track of time when you're moving house. Make sure you write down the dates you moved in and moved out on your calendar so you can check off each box.