TRAILER & HAULING EQUIPMENT LEASE FINANCING
When people think of trailers, they usually think of semi-trucks and tractor trailers. As a small business, moving equipment does not always require a large trailer. Trailers are used every day with specific businesses. With their unique versatility, trailers can be used for landscape needs to food truck trailers. Chances are, if a company needs to move equipment, they are using a trailer.
Benefits of Lease Financing Enclosed Trailers
Some companies prefer to rent trailers when they need to move equipment around. This can get expensive, especially if companies need to rent an enclosed trailer quite frequently. Enclosed trailers can be used for storing equipment that is commonly used off location. The trailers can be housed on company grounds and storage fees can be avoided. This offers an added benefit of security with the equipment being safely secured and a lock on the hitch attachment for added security.
Benefits of Lease Financing Open Trailers
Landscaping companies utilize trailers to haul their lawn equipment to job sites. They either use an open landscape trailer or an enclosed and lockable utility trailer to haul equipment and supplies. Companies can move large pieces of equipment or small construction vehicles such as skid steers or bobcat from one location to another, or to a job site if needed.
Types of Trailers & Hauling Equipment:
- Landscape Trailers
- Flatbed Trailers
- 2-Wheel Trailers
- Concession/Vending Trailers
- Dump Trailers
- Car Hauler Trailers
- Utility Trailers
- Enclosed Utility Trailers
- Enclosed Cargo Trailers
- Office Trailers
- Tilt Deck Trailers
- Livestock/Horse Trailers
Trailers & Hauling Equipment Lease Options:
- 24 – to – 60 Month Lease
- 90 Day Deferred Payments
- Lease to Own
- Dollar Buy-Out Options
- Fair Market Value
- Vendor Buy Back
- Valid for New and Used Equipment
Types of Hitches Recommended for Trailers & Hauling Equipment:
Many companies such as trailer dealers, U-Haul and Walmart are certified for trailer hitch installation. For larger trailers, some companies have a “5th Wheel” or “Gooseneck” hitch installed in a truck bed. This allows for heavier towing capacity if moving larger pieces of equipment or transporting a heavy load.
Please Contact One of Our Trailers & Hauling Equipment Leasing Specialists: