Used Construction Trailers

Florida Used Construction Trailers For Rent or Sale

Shop from hundreds of quality new and used construction office trailers from Floridas top suppliers of mobile offices. Discover options for low cost financing, free delivery, and more.

Portable Office Trailer Solutions

  • Class Room Trailer For Sale
  • Designer Offices
  • Used Construction Trailers
  • Portable Office Space For Medical Facilities
  • Affordable Used Steel Storage Containers
  • Modular Buildings
8' x 20' Office Trailers For RentREQUEST QUOTE

8’ x 20’ Office Trailers

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10’ x 44’ Office Trailers

12' x 56' Mobile OfficeREQUEST QUOTE

12’ x 56’ Office Trailers

24' x 56' office trailers for leaseREQUEST QUOTE

24’ x 56’ Office Trailers

Delivery is available in These Florida Cities and Beyond: Jacksonville, FL; Miami, FL; Tampa, FL; Orlando, FL; St. Petersburg, FL; Hialeah, FL; Port St. Lucie, FL; Tallahassee, FL; Cape Coral, FL; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Pembroke Pines, FL; Hollywood, FL; Miramar, FL

Recent Mobile Offices & Modular Building Solutions Sold in Florida

10′ x 20′ Used Sales Office Trailer $3,607
14′ x 60′ Trailer For Retail Office $8,503
14′ x 56′ Mobile Office Trailer For Medical $10,184

For deliveries outside of these areas please request a free quote here.

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Available Sizes for Construction Trailers

Before you can start pricing available portable trailers, you need to figure out what size of trailer you need. Think about how you intend to use the trailer and how much space you have available. Below are the available sizes:

  • 8’ x 20’: Approx. 200 sq. feet
  • 8’ x 28’: Approx. 350 sq. feet
  • 8’ x 32’: Approx. 400 sq. feet
  • 10’ x 36’: Approx. 450 sq. feet
  • 10’ x 44’: Approx. 500 sq. feet
  • 12’ x 44′: Approx. 700 sq. feet
  • 12’ x 56’: Approx. 800 sq. feet
  • 12’ x 64’: Approx. 1,000+ sq. feet
  • 24’ x 56’: Approx. 1,400 sq. feet

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In our Reduce, Recycle, Reuse culture there has been an increased interest in used construction trailers. These trailers can be used for a variety of temporary office spaces.

Schools use them as they expand office space, companies use them as they move employees from job site to job site. Construction trailers can even provide temporary housing during natural disasters.

Used Construction Trailers

Guide to Used Construction Trailers in Florida

In today’s market, there are many used construction trailers for rent or purchase. So how do you find the one that is right for your needs? Ask yourself the questions below to guide you to the right trailer at the right price.

1. What Size Trailer Do I need?

The size of your trailer will depend on many things. First, determine how many people will be using it on a regular basis and then allocate 100-150 square feet for each person.

Do You Need a Special Layout?

While 100-150 square feet per person is a rule of thumb you may need more based on the layout of your space or the ultimate usage. For example, cubbies need less space than a manager’s office.

Will the Trailer be Located in a Professional or Industrial Setting?

Along with layout, who will use the space also dictates the size. In a job site where you might host customers, you will want plenty of space for a reception area. In an industrial setting will you want to include a comfortable place for employees to have lunch?

What Type of Work Will Be Done in This Space?

If you are working with engineers are architects will you need space for drafting tables? Will you need to keep specialize equipment in the trailer to support the job site? All of this will, ultimately affect your trailer size.

2. What Will A Used Office Trailer Cost?

There are many factors that enter into the cost of a used trailer. The biggest price influencers are the size of the trailer, its age and condition, and the type of amenities. A pricing guide can help you determine the ranges of prices so you can ensure your needs and your budget are aligned.

3. What Types of Amenities Can I have in My Trailer?

Trailers can be streamlined or full of amenities. Ultimately, you should pick your amenities based on your trailer’s usage. Common amenities include bathrooms, kitchen, heat/air. and windows.

You also want to make sure that your trailer is able to accommodate internet, cable TV, and phone jacks if they are needed.

Do You Need A Construction Trailer?

If you live in Florida and need a job site office, or other temporary building or construction trailer, contact us. We will provide you with quotes from up to 5 local suppliers. You can then choose the trailer that best works for your needs.

Because we source locally, we can find you the best price on used construction trailers in Florida.

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