Concession Trailer construction questions
I am in the Early planning stages of buying, building a concession trailer. My research in regarding the construction shows that serving windows and windows in general are quite expensive, especially when you add the flip up awnings. I have seen where others have used standard home windows with sliders for this purpose, which would save a quite a bit of cash than can go to other items.
My main question is once you cut the hole for the window, how do you goes about beefing up around the opening, to prevent the roof from sagging?
What is physical make up of a standard cargo trailer wall? I know this will vary by manufacturer.
How would you go about converting to a removable tounge?
I have also seen where the custom built units have a lower floor, to compensate for serving height.
I am looking to do mostly fairs and festivbles, so FLASH is the key. The FLASH type trailers even used are quite expensive.
Any advice, critism or such is helpful.