Regularly replacing the air filter in your office trailer can keep energy bills low and avoid service interruptions. The process takes only a few minutes. Watch this short video to see how to replace the air filter in your office trailer.
End of lease charges for cleaning or damages are unplanned expenses that eat away at your bottom line. Fortunately, with a little planning and effort, these charges can be minimized, if not avoided altogether. To help you keep these fees to a minimum, watch this short video to see how to avoid cleaning and damage charges for your office trailer lease.
Construction is becoming increasingly complicated. New and changing codes and regulations, evolving building materials, the increasing use of subcontractors and greater pressure to deliver projects within very tight timelines all require skillful planning and precise execution. Much of this depends on the work done before construction starts. Intelligent planning can ensure your project runs smoothly from start to finish. To help deliver as promised, here are 10 tips for setting your construction project up for success.
1. Start early
While lead times are usually beyond your control, starting your planning the moment a project is [Read more…] about 10 Tips for Setting Your Construction Project Up for Success
Keeping your office trailer in good working condition is easy. In most cases, regular office trailer maintenance can be done in just a few minutes. Watch this short video to see what you can do each month to minimize service interruptions and end-of-lease charges.
The furniture you choose for your mobile office can have a tremendous impact on your quality of work, comfort on the job, client and vendor relationships and your bottom line. Here we’ll guide you through the key considerations and available choices, along with the benefits and drawbacks of each.
Top 4 Furniture Considerations
These questions will help you determine what type of furniture and how much is needed for your project.
- How many people will be in the office? Include those who will be in the mobile office on a daily basis, plus any frequent visitors.
- What will your office trailer be used for? A basic construction management office needs different furniture than a professional sales office. This also affects your space planning.
- How long will you be using the office trailer? Consider how comfort, convenience and functionality will affect your productivity. Basic folding tables and chairs may be the least costly option, but you’re likely to feel more tired and uncomfortable at the end of a long day.
- How do you want to represent your business? Will you be hosting clients, vendors, suppliers or no one at all? What do you want your temporary building to say about your brand?
If you live in a region where temperatures may dip below freezing, it’s important to prep the plumbing system in your office trailer before it is left without power or returned. The process is commonly called winterizing, though it should be done year round for returns. Watch this short video to learn how to winterize your office trailer. As always, feel free to contact your local branch office or customer service with any questions.