I'm actually going to write an article about removing Builder websites after this reply. Basically, the application is NOT on your server, so you would not be removing the buildeer so much as removing the website that you may (or may not) have installed to your server. The easiest way to do this is simply to login to your Cpanel, go to the File manager, and then remove all of the files inside of the public_html folder. By default all of the files in that folder consist of your primary domain's website. Once you have deleted all of the files, you can start over again with Wordpress. make sure that you did not remove the public_html folder, or if you did, you replaced it.
Using the File Manager
If you are unsure or want the files to be reverted back to the original set, you can either email support (firstname.lastname@example.org), call, or chat into live technical support. They can work with you and quickly blank everything out for you.
Note - the Builder program will still be available if you change your mind, it simply will not be used to build your website. You can use Softaculous in order to install Wordpress.
Using Softaculous to install programs
If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.
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