At Trailer Boss we can match the trailer to the load you will be hauling.
Every spring, business owners and home owners realize their need for a really solid, easy to pull utility trailer.
Because of the wide range of utility trailers manufactured today, you may need to consider several things to help choose the best trailer.
How are you planning to use your new trailer? If you are going to be using the trailer to move heavy building materials, the construction of the trailer will need to be particularly sturdy. If you are hauling lighter loads, such as a couple mowers and a weed eater, then you might want a lighter weight trailer. This is also true if you plan to haul all the grass clippings, branches and other debris in the tow vehicle.
What vehicle will be towing the trailer? Our customers have a wide variety of unique situations and many different vehicles.
Are you looking for an enclosed or open trailer? The answer to this question depends entirely on your needs. If you are looking for a trailer that protects your cargo from all of the elements, then an enclosed trailer may be right for you. Otherwise, you may simply need an open trailer.
What type of ramps do you need? We offerdetachable or integrated ramps at Trailer Boss. Integrated ramps are part of the trailer’s construction, whereas detachable ramps need to be stored somewhere in the trailer with your cargo.
How many tie-down points? In general, the more tie-down points your trailer has, the easier it is to restrain cargo and to keep it balanced.
At Trailer Boss we have a large supply of utility trailers, dump trailers, tilt trailers, cargo trailers, and car haulers. Come on in and find exactly what you need for this hauling season.