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Site Inspection Tips Before Renting/Buying Mobile Trailers

February 07, 2024
Mobile trailers by Miller Office Trailers

Mobile trailers are portable structures that have become increasingly popular for both residential and commercial purposes. Whether you're planning an event, expanding your business, or simply seeking temporary accommodations, mobile trailers offer the perfect answer. However, with all the perks comes a set of factors that need to be considered with caution. Explore them in this blog.

Factors to Consider Before Renting/Buying Mobile Trailers

1. Location and Terrain

When renting or buying a mobile trailer, one of the first factors to consider is the location and terrain where it will be placed. Is the ground level? Are there any potential obstacles or hazards in the area? Additionally, think about whether the site has easy access for delivery and setup.

2. Size and Layout

Mobile trailers come in various sizes and layouts, so it's crucial to choose one that suits your needs. Consider how many people will be using the space and what activities you plan to undertake inside. A well-designed layout can maximize functionality and optimize comfort.

3. Condition and Maintenance

Before making a decision, thoroughly inspect the condition of the mobile trailer. Look for signs of wear, damage, or leaks that may need repairs before use. It's also essential to inquire about its maintenance history to ensure it has been properly cared for.

4. Safety and Security Features

Ensuring safety should always be a priority when considering mobile trailers. Check if there are fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and emergency exits, as well as sturdy locks on doors and windows for added security.

5. Electrical and Plumbing

Checking the electrical wiring system is essential for ensuring the proper functioning of appliances within the trailer. One must also check if there are proper electrical sources in the vicinity for urgent situations.

Miller Office Trailers boasts a fleet of mobile trailers and office space trailers to choose from, in Mississauga, Ontario, and other parts of Canada. Contact us today!