This is really about the company identity. Personally, we knew that we wanted the industry-best experience with all of the bells and whistles, so Odyssey is a trailer-first company. We touch on this in much greater depth here.
We build our units onto the back of 18′ deckover trailers. It’s going to range depending on what you have available and what you’re looking to build however. The truth is that there’s relevant positives to both systems.
Odyssey retrofits our units from 7k-rated trailers around the $4,000 range (you’re going to have trouble pinning down an exact price from a branded trailer storefront as prices fluctuate- so look around!), and then construct the steel or wood frame on top of said trailer. Between steel, fencing, electronics, heating, lights, wood and more, that just scratches the surface.
. Stand-Alones, on the other hand, tend to range from $500-4000 which is dependant on materials and structure.
Don’t forget that you have to transport the Stand-Alone somehow. Whether you buy a cargo or utility trailer to haul, you don’t want to wind up erasing that advantage if you are leaning in that direction. Run the numbers on sizing for a stand-alone before assuming you can fit it all inside a trailer or truck. Then run them again!
A trailer, in whatever form, has to be titled and insured (prices vary by state and insurance company, but you’re safe assuming at least a few hundred dollars) in your state as well. Check with your local DMV or MVA regarding titling and pricing.
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