materials are always important in construction, but the craftsmanship in
putting everything together is what sets these units ahead of the competition.
Every joint is glued,
stapled and then screwed together with hardened steel screws. Take
a brief look at some of the construction methods used in the manufacture
of these products. Interior
doors and fittings are carefully manufactured. To help maximise quality,
wooden doors, units, cabinets and effects are sourced and
hand-made in Napanee in Indiana, the heart of Amish country, where
quality craftsmanship and pride in
their work is a way of life.
||Coach construction uses only the
finest materials, The floor decking is both glued (left)
and screwed (right) to sturdy 2 x 3 floor joists which are also fully
insulated. The whole floor assembly is then bolted to a steel frame
offering possibly the strongest floor system available anywhere in the
||Sidewall construction (left) has
several unique benefits. 1. Sidewalls are always set on top of the floor
and screwed down for maximum strength. 2. Steel bands connect the walls
to the floor. 3. Insulation is hand cut and glued into place which
offers immense strength and virtually no 'creep'.
Finally all units go
through several rigid inspections that include gas, water, structural,
electrical, cosmetic and general quality of 'fit', to make each trailer
the 'best it can be'!