DIY or take my chances with a dealer

Junior Burger
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2013/01/13 00:17:56 (permalink)

DIY or take my chances with a dealer

I'm looking for a mobile kitchen for my catering business. A trailer with concession windows that I can do festivals or whatever out of. So I've done my homework, shopped around n got quotes, I'm so over this decision of weather to buy new, buy new and get beat , buy used and have to fix/ customize someone else's vision to fit my own, or buy a shell and build it myself with my own vision, a couple of skilled friends, and payments in beer and mucho favors. I have my kitchen laid out to my specs in my garage and have been talking to a few companies about a new build. I know what I want and have a good idea on what I'm looking for but it seems all my questions seem to bug the builder. Any idea what I should do?

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    Re:DIY or take my chances with a dealer 2013/01/13 10:12:12 (permalink)
    If you haven't paid a visit to Custom Sales & would be good to do so before you make any decisions. They are only an hour from you...and have been in business for a long time...with an impeccable reputation in the industry..

    They can guide you by letting you know what to do...and (even better) what not to do....and why/why not.
    post edited by CCinNJ - 2013/01/13 10:15:39
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    Re:DIY or take my chances with a dealer 2014/06/03 01:20:46 (permalink)
    Rather then renovating it I would suggest you to go with a new , as it will more long lasting. So just look for the best company which provide these service and go with the bets one.
    post edited by abeloctavio - 2014/06/03 01:23:12
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