CAUTION: You want to be careful when designing your new Horse Trailer With Living Quarters not to forget about your horses. It's easy when building such a lavish piece of equipment to get caught up in the thought process of "spending on yourself" and maybe cutting corners on the safety aspects of protecting your horses.
When building a Custom Living Quarter Horse Trailer remember it's really two trailers in one.
Keeping this approach will simplify things and allow you to focus on keeping your horses safe, and the creature comfort features you need for yourself.
At Double D Trailers, we approach horse trailers with living quarters differently than our competitors. Most horse trailer manufacturers do not install living quarters but rather send out their "shell" trailer to another company to have the living quarters installed.
Since the company building the "shell" isn't involved with the living quarters, often times things may not "fit" just right or it can be difficult to get what you want if custom ordering.
Not to mention if you are working with a dealer, chances are the dealer doesn't do the designing himself and has to rely on a living quarter company for drawings so things may get lost in translation.
This method not only adds additional cost, but it becomes difficult for you to build custom living quarters horse trailers. In addition, if you ever have a problem with your trailer, service can be a hassle. Suddenly everyone has the "it wasn't me syndrome". You’re often dealing with a dealer who didn't build your trailer (it wasn't me), a trailer manufacturer who didn't install your living quarters (nope, I didn't do it), and a living quarter conversion company who didn't sell or build your trailer (we only installed the interior, it wasn't us).
True story: A trailer owner contacted Double D Trailers recently asking for help on a well known "Brand X" living quarter trailer that had water damage from leaking. The dealer that sold the trailer wouldn't help (after all, they didn't build the trailer, right?) The trailer manufacturer that built the shell was willing to reseal the leaking roof, but refused to pay for the damage to the paneling ceiling that was ruined from water. The living quarter conversion company wouldn't help out, since it wasn't their wrong doing....ultimately, the customer got stuck with a huge repair bill on a trailer that was under warranty.
At Double D Trailers, you never get the run around. If it's wrong, we do our best to fix it.
Buying from Double D Trailers is different. We do our designing in house from the ground up and then your design is passed off to our building team who will construct your trailer to specification.
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