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Options for Portable Offices – 5 Important Things To Consider

Portable offices are typically thought of as offices that are movable and comparatively easier to set up and take down in shorter stints of time. Some types of portable offices are even easily transported from one location to another, which makes these great options if you are in a situation where you may need to rent a portable office space for an extended period of time, but to also need to be able to move it to various locations. 

When it comes to portable offices, there are a variety of options, depending on your unique needs, location, and budget. 

Many event planners, construction site managers, builders, and companies undergoing renovations and/or staffing and building changes, have a need for some type of portable office space at some point in time. Portable offices can provide a quick and easy solution for fast expansion or unexpected changes, and they are often used as onsite classrooms, training facilities, staffing overflow space, storage units, medical treatment buildings, and more.

If you are considering renting a portable office and exploring your options, there are some things you should know in order to make a good decision based on your needs. 

Follow along for some important things you should think about when you are considering renting a mobile office unit.

5 Things To Consider While Looking For Portable Office Rental

1. What size do you need?

Portable offices vary in considerably in terms of their dimensions. The most common units vary from 20 feet to 40 feet in size, and include 20-, 30- and 40-foot units.

2. How portable do you need your mobile office to be?

While the word “portable” suggests that every portable office is movable in some way, some units are especially portable because they are built on wheels. If you need a portable office that is built on wheels, this may impact the size of the unit. Typically portable office trailers on wheels are available as 20 or 30 foot units. 

3. What type of layout do you need in your portable office unit?

While many portable offices look similar on the outside, the types of layouts inside vary significantly based on the unique needs of those using the space. For example, if you are a school using a portable office as a classroom you may will need a layout that is conducive to the types of seating and learning tools and style you will use in the space. This may include a very open design. Comparatively if you are using a mobile office as a medical treatment center, your portable office may need to feature a cluster of smaller spaces that offer privacy.  

4. What type of flooring, lighting, heating, electrical outlets, air conditioning, and security are you seeking?

While every portable office rental company is not the same, when you rent a portable office from Moon Trailer Leasing in Louisville and Lexington Kentucky, you can expect certain standard features to all of our units. All of our portable office trailers have walls, ceilings and floors that are insulated. Our mobile offices also have vinyl flooring, interior wood paneling, florescent lighting, electric heating and air conditioning and windows that open, and secure steel exterior doors that lock.

5. What type of accessibility are you seeking for your portable office?

Perhaps one of the biggest ways that portable offices vary is in whether or not they are designed at ground level or put together with stairs. Portable offices with stairs should always include OSHA approved steps for easier access. Portable offices that are built at ground level do not require any stairs for entry. Larger 40-foot office units are often delivered to your site on a tilt bed trailer. This may be another consideration, depending on the location.

Need a Mobile Office in Kentucky or Indiana?

If you are looking for portable office units in the Kentucky or Southern Indiana, considering giving Moon Trailer Leasing a call. Our experienced team has decades of experience serving the needs of customers throughout Louisville and Lexington Kentucky and in Clarksville and New Albany, Indiana as well. Along with delivering clean, high quality, well-constructed units designed to meet your needs, our team is proud to offer competitive rates and top-notch customer service. Additionally, we also specialize in other related services including portable restroom and shower rentals, dumpster rentals, refrigerated container rentals and more. For additional details or to get a fast and easy quote for your project, give us a call at 502-776-2199. “Ask for the Moon, and get it!”

Moon Trailer Leasing serves southern Indiana including Clarksville

Trailer Leasing in Clarksville, Indiana

Clarksville, Indiana is a historic and prosperous community located directly across the Ohio River from downtown Louisville. While it’s a part of the Louisville metropolitan area as well as the “SoIn” (Southern Indiana) region, Clarksville’s population is only 21,724, giving it a small town feel with plenty of amenities. Keep reading to learn about the history of Clarksville as well as popular restaurants, parks, shopping, and things to do in the area!

A Brief History of Clarksville

Clarksville has a long and fascinating history. It was founded in 1783 by George Rogers Clark, the younger brother of William Clark (of Lewis and Clark). Some historians believe that the Lewis and Clark expedition officially began in Clarksville. Clarksville also happens to be the oldest American town in the former Northwest Territory. During the Revolutionary War, Clark established a military base at the Falls of the Ohio (the largest exposed Devonian fossil bed in the U.S.), where he trained a 175 man-regimen.

Due to its lack of dueling regulation laws, Clarksville was also known for being a popular dueling spot for Kentuckians, such as the likes of Henry Clay and Humphrey Marshall. In 1809, Marshall called Clay a liar on the floor of the KY House of Representatives. Clay, as customary, challenged him to a duel at Silver Creek in Clarksville. Luckily, both men survived the duel; Clay went on to become one of the most famous Kentuckians in history, and Marshall wrote the first complete history of Kentucky!

Throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Clarksville was plagued by floods, hindering its growth and economic viability. In fact, during the Great Flood of 1837, Clarksville was almost entirely decimated by up to 12 feet of flooding. However, this crisis gave rise to new opportunities–during the post-World War 2 boom, Clarksville established suburbs, shopping plazas, malls, factories, expanding exponentially in size. Today, Clarksville has award-winning schools and neighborhoods, great parks, popular restaurants, and plenty to do for anyone interested.

Things To Do In Clarksville

Some popular activity centers in Clarksville include the Sportsdrome Speedway, Xtremenasium Trampoline and Ninja Park, Atlantis Waterpark, the Green Tree Mall, and the famous Colgate Clock. 

Top-rated restaurants in Clarksville include the Catfish House, Black Horse Pub and Brewery, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen, Chuy’s, Kansai Japanese Steakhouse, and La Lupita. 

Clarksville also offers many great parks and greenspaces, and is known for its ongoing green initiative. Some notable ones include the Falls of the Ohio State Park, which also has a discovery center and access to miles of bike trails (Ohio River Greenway), Lapping Park, Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Park, Colgate Park, and Ray Lawrence Park.

Clarksville has several shopping centers, including Waterford Park, Green Tree Mall, and Clarksville Commons. They feature many popular department stores, such as H&M, Dillard’s, JCPenney, Joann’s, American Eagle, Old Navy, TJ Maxx, Lane Byrant, Ulta, Burlington, and more. 

Rent or Buy Trailers In Clarksville

At Moon Trailer Leasing, we rent and sell storage containers, rent storage trailers, and rent portable offices. We’ve been in the business since 1992, and are seasoned veterans in the storage trailer industry. Our staff can provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision. Our wide range of trailer lengths, accessories, and full-service options can provide a solution that is tailored to fit your exact requirements. Locally-owned and headquartered in Louisville, we serve Kentucky, Tennessee, and Indiana, and can deliver in a quick and timely manner.

Renting A Storage Trailer or Container

We offer 28 ft, 40 ft, 45 ft, 48 ft and 53 ft trailers for monthly rent. In addition to storage trailers, we offer ground level storage containers for rent along with portable moving and storage containers that are specifically designed for furniture and other lighter duty storage applications. Storage trailers are loading dock accessible and are equipped with either swing doors or roll-up doors. Equipped with durable hardwood floors, our storage trailer rentals are pallet-jack and forklift accessible. 

Renting A Mobile Office

Moon Trailer Leasing also offers portable offices for rent, on wheels or ground level, in a variety of sizes.  Our units offer immediate, secure on-site office space for job-sites or for any location that you have that requires temporary office space. Our office trailers on wheels are available in lengths of 20 ft and 30 ft.  We supply-OSHA approved steps for easy access.  Our experienced staff can supply you with floor plans detailing the layout of workspaces. Standard options include vinyl flooring, interior wood paneling, fluorescent lighting, electric heating, electric ac unit, sliding windows and a lockable steel exterior door!

As one of Kentucky’s largest full service leasing companies, Moon also offers portable storage containers, trailers, ground level containers, office trailers, portable restrooms, luxury restroom trailers, portable moving containers, portable mini-storage, over the road semi-trailers, trailer parking and warehouse space. Moon prides itself in its expert customer service and competitive rates, so call or contact us today for pricing and whatever questions you may have!