Plan on installing manufactured/mobile home in Florida? Then you’ll need to get your Florida Manufactured/Mobile Home Installer License.
Florida Mobile Home Installer License Requirements
To get your license to install manufactured or mobile homes, you’ll need to meet the following requirements:
- Be at least 18 years old
- Attend free 12-hour mobile home installation course (course times and locations)
- Pass mobile home installer exam
- Proof of general liability insurance ($100,000)
- Complete an application for mobile/manufactured home installer
- Purchase a $5,000 Florida Mobile Home Installer Bond
What is a Florida Mobile Home Installer Bond?
A Florida Mobile Home Installer Bond is required for individuals who will be installing mobile or manufactured homes. The bond protects your clients from damages and misuse of funds. When you have a FL Mobile Home Installer Bond, you are guaranteeing the proper and ethical installation of a home, including weather sealing duties.
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What Else Do I Need To Do?
Before you can get licensed, you will also need to pay a $50 application fee and a $150 license fee.
When you install your first manufactured/mobile home, you will need to put an installation decal on the home. This certifies that the home was installed in accordance with state regulations. To get installation decals, you will need to complete a Mobile Home Installation Decal Order Form.
If you plan on selling, displaying for sale, or dealing mobile homes in the future, you will need to get a separate Mobile Home Dealer License. Your Mobile/Manufactured Mobile Home Installation License is only valid for installing homes. Licenses are valid from October 1st to September 30th of each year.