- Aluminum canopies are just as durable, lightweight, and corrosion-resistant.
- No more wasting time going through the mess of UTE tray.
- You can also customise your canopy to carry hazardous liquids safely and securely.
More and more people are choosing to buy UTEs due to their versatility. These vehicles feature a storage space at the back, which allows users to transport more persons and cargo in fewer trips. And, unlike other models, they can serve both personal and commercial purposes.
Even though UTEs are already quite useful, you can make the experience better by installing a custom UTE canopy. This simple upgrade can be made specifically to suit your transportation needs –whether you are a carpenter, farmer, brickie, tradesperson, pest control technician, an electrician, or anything in between. Here’s why you should install one:
One of the biggest advantages of a custom canopy is you know exactly what you’re getting since you’re involved in the design process. UTE canopies come in different designs, sizes, shapes, and colors, to suit your individual/business needs.
They are also made of different materials with alloy canopies for UTEs being the most robust and long-lasting. Aluminum canopies are just as durable, lightweight, and corrosion-resistant. Steel, on the other hand, is cheaper and strong, but prone to corrosion and rusting.
Your canopy will have the carrying capacity, safety features, cabin of choice, and anything else you might need to hold all your tools/equipment conveniently without compromising your space or interior comfort.
Ease of Work
Every job requires different equipment/tools. For instance, a pest control technician may need generators and hose reels hooked up to the rig.
On the other hand, builders and carpenters use lots of tools of varying sizes, weights, and purposes, meaning they may require drawers to separate them so it’s easier to find items during work.
With a custom UTE canopy, it’s possible to set things out exactly how and where you need them to be. No more wasting time going through the mess of UTE tray.
Enhanced Security & Safety
After a canopy installation, you can rest assured that your cargo will be transported safely and securely. But customised UTE canopies do more than just offering protection against weather elements, damage, or theft. They can be made to include a range of safety features such as lockable toolboxes to help secure your materials, suppliers, and tools at the work-site.
Increased Storage Capacity
As mentioned earlier, UTEs already provide ample space for storage at the back. But during a custom canopy installation, you have the opportunity to improve or expand the space to suit your needs.
A custom aluminum canopy would be more ideal since its slimmer, allowing it to provide more space for storage. With a larger carrying capacity, you’ll be able to carry more cargo in a single trip, which in turn saves you time and money.
A custom aluminium canopy is rust-free, which provides the opportunity for multiple uses. It can be used to transport any type of cargo –liquid or otherwise. You can also customise your canopy to carry hazardous liquids safely and securely.
The best part about customised UTE canopies is the changeable interface, which allows for future modifications in case your transport needs change.
With a custom canopy, you have the opportunity to install additional accessories, both internal and external. This includes cameras, lights, removable side rails, slide-out drawers, tow bars, ladder slides, commercial roof bars, fire extinguishers, mesh dividers, and much more.
Be sure to consider the nature of your job and only add accessories that will suit your needs. These add-ons can help maximise efficiency and safety.
If you looking for a versatile UTE canopy to suit your individual lifestyle or business needs, you may consider a custom-made one. As you can see, investing in a custom canopy will definitely increase the productivity of your UTE. In addition to having enough carrying capacity for your goods, it also offers better safety and security.
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