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3 Types Of Truck Utility Bodies To Consider

If you have just started your own business as an electrician, plumber, or some other sort of specialist, you not only need to make sure that you have all of the right tools in your toolbox but you also need to make sure that you have the right transportation as well. And, no, this article isn't just talking about getting a truck, but it's talking about getting a truck with a utility body. Utility bodies on trucks are units that are placed on the back of the truck bed to help you store things like large hoses, generators, and other types of equipment as well. However, before you make the leap an buy a utility body for your truck, it's helpful to know the different kinds of options that are available to you. Are you interested in learning more about those options? If so, then this article is just the thing for you. Read on to learn some more. 

Service Bodies

If you are in an industry where you work with a lot of tools — like as a plumber or electrician — then you may benefit from a service utility truck body. These types of truck bodies have a bunch of compartments in them to help you stay as organized as possible. Plus, depending on the exact area that you work in, they may be able to cater your truck bed towards you. 

Enclosed Bodies

If you live in a part of the country that gets a lot of rain or snow, then you may want to get a truck that has an enclosed body. These types of truck bodies will actually allow you to stand inside of them (in a crouched position) in order to get things ready from your truck like your drills and other machinery. The great benefit of this type of truck body is that you won't have to worry about your things getting wet while you're getting them ready for the job site. 

Master Mechanic

If you work in a specialty area such as tree trimming, roofing, or outdoor electrical work, then you may benefit from a master mechanic utility body. This type of truck body can have a variety of different mechanical mechanisms such as a small crane lift or even a cherry picker. 

Are you ready to take your business to the next level and invest in truck utility bodies? If so, contact a company near you today! 

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Buying Industrial Equipment For Less

Start-up costs are high in the industrial field. There is a lot of equipment to buy and none of it is cheap. If you're trying to break into the industrial field, it's important to realize that you face higher barriers to entry than you would in most other fields, and take that into account when budgeting and making a business plan. With that said, you may be surprised to find out all the ways that you can save on industrial equipment. Negotiating generous lease terms or buying refurbished equipment outright are just two of your options. I started this blog to help newcomers to the field navigate through the process of finding and buying industrial equipment and getting started in the business.

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