Unless otherwise stated or modified, STANDARD TRAILER PACKAGES include: The actual trailer unit/structure, anodized corners, rear stab jacks, single door entry 32″-36″, NSF three compartment sink, NSF hand wash sink, water pump, 10/16 fresh and gray water tanks, city water inlet and gravity fill, gray water drain with easy pull handle, 2.5 gallon water heater, 50 amp electrical package, 2 4′ florescent lights, 2 receptacles, motobase plug with 25 ft lifeline, 12 volt dome light, GFI exterior receptacle, 2 exterior concession lights with sconce (1 on smaller trailers), exhaust vent and wiring for AC exhaust, 3 x 6 exterior concession window with locking and flip up for awning (awning not included in standard package), 3 x 6 plexi and screen with slider interior concession window, 6 x 10 interior serving counter and 6 x 8 exterior serving counter.   Additional items and/or modifications will affect the quote.

To be remembered, we customize our trailers and trucks to meet your needs.  We are available to discuss your needs by calling 706-867-8315.  To receive your quote, please select from the following options which will be incorporated with the standard package:

*sa= single 3500 lb axle *ta= tandem 3500 lb axles *ta3= tandem 5200 lb axles
Type the number of additional receptacles you will need. We recommend 2-3 extra dependent upon equipment using. You already have two receptacles included in your standard package. Receptacles are the same thing as electrical outlets.
Your hood system will be calculated automatically based on the equipment you list in this quote. If you need a hood system calculated, but you are not indicating equipment in this form, please check the box labeled "Hood System (will be supplying my own equipment" and list equipment with width measurements below in the "Additional Notes"section.
Please check all equipment needed. Most of our items are NSF unless specifically labeled non-NSF. Remember, this is not a comprehensive list. If you need equipment which is not listed here, please list in the "Additional Notes" section below.