Utility trailers are the most basic type of landscape trailer and are ideal for carrying small to medium-sized loads. They are typically lightweight and easy to tow, making them perfect for lawncare jobs or for landscapers who only need to transport a few tools and supplies at a time. Utility trailers come in a range of sizes, from small 4×8 models to larger 6×12 models.
The most common use for a utility trailer is to transport landscaping tools and equipment, such as lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and shovels. They can also be used to transport bags of mulch or soil, small trees or shrubs, and other landscaping materials.
Dump trailers are another popular type of landscape trailer used by landscapers and lawncare workers. These trailers have hydraulic lifts that allow them to be tilted, allowing for easy dumping of heavy loads. They are ideal for transporting large amounts of debris, such as branches, leaves, and rocks, and are often used for yard cleanups and other large landscaping projects.
Equipment trailers are designed specifically for transporting landscaping equipment, such as lawn mowers, skid steers, tractors, and backhoes. These trailers are typically larger and heavier than utility or dump trailers, and often require a heavy-duty truck to tow them.
Equipment trailers come in a range of sizes and weight capacities, depending on the type of equipment being transported. They often feature ramps or loading gates to make it easier to load and unload equipment, and some models also include storage compartments for tools and supplies.