Your business relies on getting your tools and materials to the job site every day. Lucky for you, our trailers never call in sick. Your business needs an aluminum contractor trailer that will be ready every morning to help you tackle the day’s tasks. Buying that trailer factory direct from PROLine means that it can be tailored to the needs of you and your crew. Give us a call to discuss the perfect combination of enclosed aluminum contractor trailers and options that will optimize day-to-day operations for your business.
Our most popular width of contractor trailers. The 7′ width keeps the tires completely outbound of the trailer box to give you a flat wall on the interior. This makes it easy to build out shelving and removes the tripping hazard of a wheel well inside the trailer.
A lot of our customers consider the 7.5′ wide contractor trailers the “Goldilocks” of trailer sizes. The 90″ interior width gives you an added 9″ compared to the 81″ of the 7′ wide trailer and just puts a small 4″ deep wheel well inside.
Sometimes you just need more room. The 8′ wide contractor trailers give you just that. They have a 96″ interior width and a full wheel well inside the trailer. Many contractors would build out cabinets or shelving on either side of the trailer and leave a walkway down the middle.
Our 8′ wide contractor trailer with extra capacity. Upgraded to 5.2k axles, thicker framing, heavier rated tires, ready for you day-to-day operation.
Our aluminum trailers are built to last, starting with rugged main tubes and fully welded joints. We know what types of roads our trailers are dragged over when they leave our facility and our trailers are ready for them.
A strong frame is only as good as the components to support it. This is why we use only the best of parts on our aluminum trailers like galvanized Dexter torsion axles, high quality radial tires, LED lighting, and self-adjusting brakes.
Our roofs are built with rugged 1″×2″ aluminum tubes on 16″ centers. That means a roof nearly 2.5 times stronger than many other trailers on the market. We tend to get a lot of snow in New Hampshire, our trailers are ready for it.
Every trailer we build is checked and double checked before it leaves our shop. We want to make sure our trailers are looking their best with screws lining up, lines cut straight, doors installed tight, and every trim screw properly located.