Used Construction Trailers For Rent or Sale – Lexington, KY
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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
Delivery is available in These Lexington Zip Codes: 40361, 40502, 40503, 40504, 40505, 40506, 40507, 40508, 40509, 40510, 40511, 40513, 40514, 40515, 40516, 40517.
Recent Mobile Offices & Modular Building Solutions Sold in Lexington
10′ x 20′ Used Sales Office Trailer $4,000
14′ x 60′ Trailer For Retail Office $9,702
14′ x 56′ Mobile Office Trailer For Medical $10,700
For deliveries outside of these areas please request a free quote here.
Resources: Lexington, KY – Wikipedia
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Kentucky’s commercial growth is strong with 48,000 new jobs coming to the area. This is the highest workforce participation in the state’s history.
With this kind of growth comes a need for larger office space. So as new and established businesses look for more suitable office space, they need a current solution for these new employees.
This is where construction trailers come in. These beautiful mobile offices come with all of the features that you expect an office to have.
If you’re looking for a temporary or permanent office solution in Lexington, KY, we can help.
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
As you can see, there’s a wide variety of sizes that makes it easy to find the right trailer for your needs.
If you only need a small portable office for yourself and maybe one other person, then a trailer that’s a few hundred square feet is perfect.
Larger trailers that are over a thousand square feet are perfect to use as a temporary office location. You could create individual offices inside the trailer. Or you can create a mobile sales office with multiple stations for your team.
You can have a portable office at your construction site, office renovation, event site, or disaster recovery location. They work well anywhere you need a secure place you can work from as a mobile office or command center.
Does anyone actually enjoy using a porta-potty? We didn’t think so. A mobile trailer that’s around 500 square feet makes the perfect mobile bathroom.
These are perfect if you’re hosting an event where there will be large amounts of people attending. Or you can have one set up at a construction site that’ll be long term.
You can have the interior designed to look just like any permanent bathroom, complete with full plumbing and stalls.
Sometimes, schools need additional overflow classrooms. Or their permanent buildings are being worked on and they need a temporary replacement solution. Whatever the reason, portable classroom trailers give schools flexibility at an affordable price.
These trailers can include private tutoring rooms or large open spaces. They can also have full functionality, including electrical and display equipment.
Do you need a place where you can store expensive and sensitive broadcasting equipment? A mobile trailer can provide a space that protects them from the weather elements, damage, or theft.
Cost to Rent or Buy
There are a few factors you need to consider when deciding on the right trailer. They’re similar whether you’re looking to rent or buy.
You’ll find that depending on these factors, the rental price for your construction trailer can range from $200 to $500 a month. While buying prices can be anywhere from $15,000 to well over $50,000.
Consider how long you need to use your trailer to decide between renting and buying. If you’ll only need the trailer for a year or less, then renting is a clear choice. If you’ll need the trailer longer than this, then buying will be the smarter financial option.
The bigger the trailer is, the more expensive it’ll be. This applies to both renting and buying. Though you may be able to find a discount if you look for used trailers instead of new.
How finished do you want the interior to be? If you want several individual offices, then you’re looking at significantly more in costs. However, if all you need is an open space with minimal finishes, your cost will be lower.
You may find that your local building codes require you to have certain features built into your trailer. You need to check the local Lexington, KY building codes if you plan to use your trailer as an office permanently.
If you choose to have plumbing installed in your trailer, expect the cost to rise. This amenity is not a cheap one.
You can have something small like a drink station or small kitchenette. Or you could have a full bathroom, including a shower installed.
The final element that’ll affect the price you pay for your trailer is the location. We see prices vary significantly across the different regions of the country. They can vary from state to state or even city to city.
If that wasn’t enough, they could also vary in price depending on the time of the year.
You also need to consider the cost of delivery and pick up. You can look for a service that includes these in the price of your rental. Or some services will provide these services for free.
Get Help Finding Your Trailer
Are you ready to start shopping for construction trailers? We can help you find one that’s the right size and within your budget.
We work with suppliers from all over the country. Let us use our connections in Lexington, KY to find you a trailer that solves your problem with lack of space.
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Determining the Cost of Your Trailer
Whether you’re buying or renting, a few factors will affect the cost of your trailer. Take these into consideration when selecting your trailer.
Duration of Use
When renting a trailer, consider how many months you’ll use it. The longer you use it, the more expensive the overall cost will be.
While buying doesn’t necessarily have this monthly cost, consider the long term maintenance of the trailer. The longer and harder you use the trailer, the more maintenance costs there will be.
As with anything else, the bigger the trailer, the bigger the cost. You’ll need to weigh your budget and size needs to find the right trailer.
Do you need an unfinished open space inside? What about multiple finished office rooms? The more rooms and finishing you require, the more expensive your rental or purchase will be.
If you want indoor plumbing in your trailer, expect the cost to rise significantly. This includes everything from bathrooms, to drink stations, to small kitchenettes.
Keep in mind that sometimes, you can’t avoid bathrooms. You’ll need to check with your local codes to ensure you comply with facility requirements.
We service the entire country and can tell you; the same trailer’s cost can vary greatly from one state to the next. For example, a smaller, basic trailer with few amenities can cost anywhere from $200 to $500 a month in a lease.
This cost can vary even more once you start changing the type of trailer and the amenities included.
When it comes to purchasing, we see prices that range from $15,000 to $45,000. These prices fluctuate through different regions and times of the year.