To get the best deals on utility trailers in Ontario, buyers should be prepared to shop around. For the best options, they should visit dealers who sell both new and used trailers. Businesses should get price quotes to ensure they get the most competitive pricing on volume discounts. Individuals who plan to buy only one utility trailer won’t be able to qualify for volume discounts, however, there may be other price breaks available, so buyers should also get prices from several dealers before making a final decision. If additional services are needed, such as repairs, parts & accessories and hitch installations, buyers may want to consider buying from a full service dealer that provides these options. If financing is needed, some dealers may be more appealing than others.
Utility trailers are a versatile piece of equipment that are used for business and personal use. Businesses use these trailers to haul their equipment from site to site. They may also use these trailers to store items on site when not in use. Landscaping and gardening businesses typically use utility trailers to haul their heavier equipment during work projects. Items like heavy stonework and large scale landscaping details would be difficult to fit in most vans, so these businesses also use trailers for convenience and portability. Businesses also use these trailers to transport odd-sized items that may have parts that can be damaged in enclosed trailers. Examples include large scrubs and trees and custom landscape design pieces. These trailers allow contractors and designers to transport their landscaping designs and equipment without needing to make arrangements with other companies first.
Utility trailers in Ontario are also used by companies that set up conventions and put on small and large scale shows, such as music events, fashion shows, sporting events and more. Depending on the amount of equipment that needs to be transported, these companies could use one trailer, small to large, or several trailers or varying sizes. Utility trailers are typically available in 4, 5, 6 or 7 foot sizes. The 6 and 7 foot sizes are also known as equipment trailers. Although the 4 and 5 foot sizes are more typically used for personal use, some businesses have utility trailers in several sizes.
Utility trailers in Ontario are open trailers that have floors that are constructed of wood, mesh or a combination of wood and mesh. Some of the smaller trailers may only consist of a flat mesh or wood floor with a hitch to attach to a vehicle. Some trailers may also have gates that can secure the equipment to be transported better. Tail lights are also a common feature. The smaller trailers can be used to store and carry a couple of motorcycles and other recreational equipment such as snow mobiles and more. When not in use for transport and storage, these trailers can be used to store items in sections for additional organization later. The open design of utility trailers allow items to be stacked as high as is safe. Yet, when these trailers are not in use, they don’t require the amount of storage space as the typical enclosed trailer.
After purchasing a utility trailers in Ontario, buyers should make sure they are properly maintained at all times. This is especially important if they are only used seasonally. That’s because it should be easier to spot potential problems with trailers that are used often. Unfortunately, seasonal damage may not be detected until it’s too late. The last thing a business needs is to find out that it can’t complete a job on time because the trailer they planned to use needs to be repaired first. Buyers should get maintenance scheduling recommendations to find out how frequently they have their utility trailers maintained.