Roofing Insights’ Dmitry rates the Equipter RB4000 five stars stating,”Equipter RB4000 trailer is one of the most recent pieces of equipment in the roofing community, I think, every roofing contractor should prioritize. In fact, I am ready to own one for Storm Group. I rated it five stars plus, and am very impressed. I do not know the company, and the company is not paying me for my opinion. It is a great innovation in the roofing construction business. It blows my mind to see how it rolls in and out, up and down about 12 feet high roll-back, through landscapes, walk paths, reaching difficult spots, and taking debris from the rooftop into a dumpster or a trailer.”
The Equipter is also self-propelling with 13hp engine, making it easy to move around once you hook it off from the back of your truck. Hauling Equipter to any job site is easy, just hook it up like any other trailer and tow! The Equipter RB4000 solves huge labor problems on the site as we enter into 2018 with an expected labor shortage. Some construction job site crew members agreed that it is becoming difficult to get people to help at the job site. Last year, it was difficult getting shingle installers at the job site. It was frustrating.
Also, Equipter is efficient and could save you about 80% cleanup labor. You save time, labor, keeping professional, leaving a good impression on the homeowner. Homeowners will likely take you more seriously, and become loyal to your services, giving you more referrals with Equipter RB4000. It eliminates messy job sites and preserves homeowners’ landscapes with its balance weight on the wheel. Consider it a marketing asset – when homeowners are happy, you have higher investment yield.
Built to last, Equipter RB4000 is heavy and does the job right. It has many hydraulic dumps capable of holding about four cubic yards of materials and moving them to any dumpster. Dmitry has not seen any flaws since Equipter RB4000 appeared on the market. Perhaps, the delay in accepting it may be the roofing community is not ready for it yet. The unreadiness may explain why some contractors have not owned one since last year.
Analytically, the price may be a concern, and the manner and process that the roofing community is set up in, is another issue. The ordinary subcontractor may not be able to afford it. The Roofing community uses subcontractors often, and the subcontractors are not big enough to buy Equipter RB4000 due to the price. One Equipter RB4000 costs about $32,900. However, in a highly competitive market like roofing, the price should not be an issue considering what it does and its marketing assets. In as much as one wishes the Equipter to keep coming down at a price, Roofing Insights strongly recommends it for every company in the roofing business. It is a premium product worth every penny.