For "a" remodeling project, I'd have it delivered. Make a comprehensive list and let them bring it to you.My hubby and I have two vehicles for work commute and do not intend to purchase a truck. I have a 2005 Honda CR-V. We are doing a house remodeling and I have been able to fit quite a bit in my CR-V. But we can use a vehicle for hauling stuff to the dump or bring home sheetrock, etc.
We are thinking about a trailer hoping that it will be sufficient. I don't know much about trailers and don't know what would be the best option for a remodeling project. I suppose we'll keep the trailer after the remodel just in case we may need to haul yard materials.
I've seen (online) foldable trailers from Harbor Freight for a couple hundred bucks, but I've also seen fully enclosed trailers that run for a few thousands.
For those who have experience with trailers, what type/size of trailer would be an adequate trailer for our use? Any inputs? Thank you in advance!
Look at the weight limitations of the HF units and figure how much you can carry in good weather.
If the scope of the project is going on for years that's another story, not related here.