Tackle Your Spring DIY Project With a Utility Trailer From Canada Trailers

March 30, 2020 by

Canada Trailers

Your spring cleaning isn’t complete without the right equipment for the job. Whether you’re hauling away scrap, moving feed on the farm or picking up great deals on furniture, explore the many ways a Canada Trailers single axle utility trailer can help you tackle your spring projects. Compare key features, common uses and the price of this dynamic trailer for years of efficient cleaning.

Key Features

A spring suspension and 3,500-pound axle give you plenty of hauling capacity for heavy-duty loads. The 725-pound curb weight means this single axle trailer is light enough for even an SUV or car to pull a light load to your home or summer cottage.

A solid ramp rear door is a great way to easily load up your professional equipment, furniture and other loads. Drop the door and easily walk up to your trailer bed for convenient loading and unloading.

Sealed beam LED lighting makes for energy-efficient and long-lasting brake lights. The harness system protects wiring from moisture issues as you load up your trailer for year-round performance.

Powder-coated, sand-blasted and phosphate-treated D-rings make easy tie-down points to store a lawn mower, dirt bike or couch for safe travels. Choose a trailer that offers safe and convenient tie-down points to prevent heavy loads from shifting or falling out of your open utility trailer.

Don’t forget the convenience of an open-topped utility trailer. By leaving off the roof and much of the sides, an open design dramatically reduces the curb weight of your trailer. It’s easy to see what’s in an open trailer and you don’t have to worry about as much wind resistance. Of course, an enclosed trailer offers more protection from the elements, but an open design is easier to clean and you don’t have to worry about a leaking roof.

Common DIY Projects

A utility trailer is extremely versatile for professional and household projects. Pick up this convenient trailer for small construction projects. Save on gas money and avoid navigating busy city streets by choosing a compact trailer design instead of a full-sized work hauler. Here are other common uses for this size of trailer:

  • Moving furniture
  • Hauling professional lawn care equipment
  • Removing scrap metal
  • Transporting dirt bikes, ATVs and snowmobiles

Farmers, off-road enthusiasts, construction workers and many others love single axle utility options. Compare this trailer size and dimensions with other options to find out how you can enjoy compact, efficient transportation.

Scrap metal on your property affects your curb appeal and can get in the way of your outdoor projects. Whether you have an outdated lawn mower, old water heater or loose scrap, find out how you can haul it in for recycling or sell it for scrap. This is a helpful way to earn some money while cleaning up your property.

Drive your off-road vehicle onto your new utility trailer and set off for the nearest trailhead. If your off-road vehicle isn’t street legal or if you’re driving to a distant place, use your truck or SUV and utility trailer to take on a new, exciting trail. If you have a damaged off-road vehicle that you can’t fix on your own, load it up to take it to your nearby mechanic to restore your ride this spring.

Learn More at McFarlane Trailer Sales

Shop for single axle utility trailers at McFarlane Trailer Sales & Service today to compare other leading brands with this versatile option from Canada Trailers. Gear up for an exciting spring cleaning project around your home or job site. Whether you’re looking for an efficient choice for occasional hauling or a durable trailer for heavy-duty work projects, find leading options and prices at our online store. Compare common trailer types and receive name-brand quality at a lower cost.