Deliver a shed the easy way
Video Discription: Delivering a shed with my custom built trailer. It's easy to move sheds solo with the right equipment. This truck and trailer combo was the result of years of deliveries and experience. I moved sheds full time for over 12 years. This trailer was designed by me and built by Creekside Welding out of Bedford PA. I've since quit the business but I miss those days. Note the side leveling feature while unloading the shed onto the level pad from unlevel ground. Also at the end when the truck is pulling forward you can see that the trailer stays straight without following the trucks path. This is due to a swinging tongue on the trailer that allowed me to drive and steer the trailer independent of the trucks steering pattern. The trailer had a full function remote control letting me stay safe distances away while moving heavy buildings as well as watch from the rear as I unloaded the sheds. Operating while in the cab of the truck was also a big benefit. In my busiest year I was delivering close to 400 sheds per year. Many of them also included site prep like this shed had. I delivered solo on at least 95% of them. This shed was a 10x12. The largest I could move with this trailer was 14x36. The heaviest was around 14,000 lbs. The trailer was rated at 21,000 lbs and weighed in at 7,000 lbs empty.