EquiSpirit Living Quarters Horse Trailers
Make sure the structure of the trailer is conducive to housing the kind of living quarters you want. Inspect the roof – overlapping material and rivets are more apt to leak over time. Consider side wall construction – is it dual wall and insulated? Is the LQ floor raised above the horse floor to prevent manure or urine seepage? Not all horse trailers are up to the job. See Living Quarters - Selecting the Right Trailer
the details in workmanship in our living quaters. If the small
details strike you as being well made, most probably the rest will
be also. But remember, what you don't see needs to be of comparable
quality to what you do see. See Living
Quarters - The Conversion Process.
Be sure that the conversion company operates under RVIA codes. Only certified professionals will do when it comes to installing gas lines, along with electrical wiring, as well as the plumbing, stoves, vents, and waterlines. You need to be sure it's safe.