You might not give much thought to the lowly trailer. Sure, it sits on the back of a car or truck and then it is largely forgotten about, until of course you actually should acquire an object from point A to point B. For a few, trailers are merely part of everyday life. If you are in the trades for example, or in landscaping, building or anything else which requires odd shaped tools and supplies chances are you have a trailer.
That closed trailer is a superb place to store all your supplies and tools, it’s convenient as you go to a project, you just hitch up the trailer and all that you need arrives with you. Things can be neatly stowed in there, from the elements and locked up for safety and to deter thefts. Having everything in one place means that you understand you have what you need to do the job and when it’s completed, you can pack up and head home knowing you’re good to go the following day.
If you work at landscaping and need to take lawnmowers, edgers and big bulky bags of stone, sand and dirt around with you, using an open trailer makes a lot of sense. When you arrive you drive your lawnmower off the trailer and it’s easy to get back on once you are done. The open trailer does permit weather for your supplies, but who cuts grass in the rain anyway?
Simple trailers help anyone irrespective of their job. Those weekend warriors who go to the regional big box store and buy supplies for their yard, pond or DIY job must have a way to get all that stuff home. If you have ever tried piling paving stones into a trunk you will know you really need a trailer to get the job done.
Enter the trailer and you’re one step closer to fun. With so many designs, shapes and sizes, trailers today can be custom made to your specifications. If you need removable sides they could do that, if you require it to be able to dump, you can get that too, and if you want salt or rock guards you guessed it, they’re available also!