The Roof Cleaning Institute Of America Training & Certification Forum
"Find A Certified Roof Cleaner Directory"

Members Login
Post Info TOPIC: Enclosed trailer progress


Guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 107
Date:
Enclosed trailer progress
Permalink  
 


Moving everything over into the enclosed trailer is taking a lot longer then I had anticipated. Staying too busy to get much done. I need a few days of not needing the equipment to move it over..

I have coated the floor with truck bed liner. I need to go up the sides a foot or two but I wanted to wait until I had the interior plywood painted. I was going to go with white, but then I saw this green... man it's bright! I need to touch everything up with a brush, but I'm waiting until I build some shelves and also a mini wall to hang the hose reels on.

I just placed the 125 gallon tank over the front axle to see how everything was going to sit. In front of the 125 gallon tank I'll have two 35 gallon tanks. Behind the 125 tank will be my hot water skid.

I'll be mounting the All Flow on a small shelve a few feet off the floor next to the side door. This will prevent something from sliding across the trailer and hitting the pump. It will be somewhat more protected up off the floor. The Rigid air compressor will be bolted down somewhere towards the front of the trailer as well.


Attachments
__________________

 

rcialogo.jpg
Micah Kommers
We Wash Windows
Roof Cleaning Greenville, SC
Window Cleaning Greenville SC
864-356-3010

 



Guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 278
Date:
Permalink  
 

Sweet, somewhere on this site are pictures of enclosed set-ups, plus I think Lori from PWP has some posted as well.

Looks very nice, I'm just working on a skid type set up for my truck, no trailer.

-- Edited by Toy2 on Sunday 6th of June 2010 07:31:53 PM

__________________

CENTEX ROOF CLEANING
     



Guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 117
Date:
Permalink  
 

Are you sure that the trailer is big enough for that tank plus the air pump?

Why do you guys go so big with all your stuff?



__________________

Contractors Choice

Australian Roof Cleaning

Martin @ your service



guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 2289
Date:
Permalink  
 

idontknow wrote:

Are you sure that the trailer is big enough for that tank plus the air pump?

Why do you guys go so big with all your stuff?



Martin what is your ideal roof cleaning rig?

 



__________________
H20 POWERWASHING
Roof Cleaning Lanoka Harbor NJ 08734
clydesampsel@gmail.com
www.roofcleaningjerseyshore.com



Guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 107
Date:
Permalink  
 

idontknow wrote:

Are you sure that the trailer is big enough for that tank plus the air pump?

Why do you guys go so big with all your stuff?




Probably didn't read my entire post, did ya? I have a hot water skid that's going in there.. hose reels.. more tanks..

Not to mention my DI window cleaning equipment, water fed poles, ladders...

 

Maybe I should have gotten a bigger trailer..



__________________

 

rcialogo.jpg
Micah Kommers
We Wash Windows
Roof Cleaning Greenville, SC
Window Cleaning Greenville SC
864-356-3010

 



Guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 117
Date:
Permalink  
 

I used to have everything on a 16' open trailer. I hated pulling that thing around - not to mention I could not get it into some areas to clean. I have since gone with more portable set-ups and my trailer is a 10 footer now.

__________________

Pat Konen
Curb Appeal of the Southeast, LLC
Charleston, South Carolina
29464, 29466
843-324-4003

No Pressure Roof Cleaning Charleston - Mt. Pleasant SC
Pressure Washing Charleston - Mt. Pleasant SC



Guest

Status: Offline
Posts: 53
Date:
Permalink  
 

I am thinking of getting an enclosed trailer too. I am just worried that moisture and chemicals will rot the floor and walls. Did you use a spray-on bed liner, or just some heavy duty paint?

__________________

Under Pressure

Cleaning & Sealing Services

Peter M. LeBlanc

Estero, FL 33928

(239) 218-5085   underpressureservices24@yahoo.com

www.underpressurehomewashing.com

Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us


Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard