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Home Do You Really Need a Mobile Office Trailer?

Wade takes us to his jobsite in Rhode Island to answer the important question: do I really need a mobile office trailer?

After years of renting a small mobile office, Wade finally decided to make the investment. He purchased this 8 ft. x 28 ft. mobile office trailer with a small office and an office with a conference room.

This has been essential to communication on his jobsite. Project managers have power and Internet and can keep communications going within the company, with architects, interior designers, and trades.

In the winter and summer months, the temperature control has proven vital for the crew during breaks. There's even a kitchen for employees to heat up their food, too. 

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