Request a Quote

What services or trailers are you interested in:
 19'x8' Office Trailer
 34'x8' Storage Trailer

 23'x10' with 1 Room
 35'x10' Office Trailer

 23'x10' with 2 Rooms
 43'x10' Office Trailer

 23'x10' Wash Car 1
 53'x10' Office Trailer

 23'x10' Wash Car 2
 43'x12' Office Trailer

 23'x10' Wash Car 3
 53'x12' Office Trailer

 33'x10' Office Trailer
 60'x12' Office Trailer

 56'x12' Mobile Home

Submit form


Dispelling 4 Myths About Mobile Homes

February 10, 2020

One of the biggest advantages of mobile trailers is their contribution towards sustainability and energy efficiency. On top of that, mobile homes today feature high-quality designs and modern elements that are commonly found in site-built homes. These include walk-in closets, fully-equipped kitchens, and elaborate floor plans. It is becoming more difficult to tell the difference between a mobile home and a site-built house.


Despite this, there are still many misconceptions that surround the production of mobile trailer homes, including:


Myth #1: They are made with cheap materials.

This is the most widely accepted myth about mobile trailer homes. However, the truth is that they are not made with cheap materials, but with the same standard building materials that are used in site-built homes. In both cases, these materials are meant to be durable. What makes them more affordable than site-built homes is the more efficient production process and the smaller size.


Myth #2: They can be unsafe.

The production of mobile trailers is a highly stringent process which is depends on controlled conditions in the factory. All the final products are strictly inspected to ensure their production adheres to safety standards in terms of design and construction. They are also checked for plumbing, heating, air-conditioning, fire resistance, durability, and transportability.


Myth #3: They are susceptible to storm and tornado damage.

This is only true in the case of mobile trailers that are not built according to safety standards. Our units undergo a strict review and inspection process that ensures they comply with rules and standards for wind resistance, roof load, and safety.


Myth #4: You are limited to living in a trailer park.

You can install your mobile home on any land that you lease yourself or in a community of manufactured housing. Many of these communities provide amazing amenities and a great neighborhood atmosphere. Ultimately, the point of a mobile trailer home is to be mobile, as opposed to tied down.


Miller Office Trailers is a leader in manufacturing office trailers and mobile homes. Visit our website to learn more about our products today!