Custom truck bodies should provide a personalized solution for anyone who invests the time, effort, and money into a new truck bed.
The term “custom” gets thrown around loosely within the truck body industry.
Custom, by definition, means made to order.
That means everything from front to back on a custom truck bed should be built to your exact specifications.
It should be made to order.
Unfortunately, many service truck bed manufacturers tout themselves as offering “custom truck beds”, when they don’t really mean “custom”.
They mean, “We can provide features X,Y, or Z for an additional cost.”
A handful of service body upgrades is not custom.
We believe that in order to make your utility truck bed work for you, it should be customized, and it should be customized to your guidelines and requirements.
Anything less is an upgraded utility body.
Custom Means Custom
Do not settle for less.
Custom truck beds should be built to order and incorporate all of the features and functions that you desire.
The purpose of a custom utility body is to ensure that you have the most optimized and efficient tool available to help you tackle your day-to-day work with ease.
This requires utilities to be built into the utility body that are geared to towards your personalized workflow, organizational scheme, and job duties.
The proper question to ask when seeking a custom truck bed is not, “Can you add this?” but rather, “I need my truck body to do this.”
By having a clear and comprehensive picture of what you need your work truck to do, you can better articulate to the custom truck bed manufacturer what features are essential.
Demanding that a custom truck bed is made to order is the first step in acquiring a piece of equipment that actually makes your job easier.
You probably have a handful of ideas as to what would make your utility body work better.
These need to be explicitly expressed when consulting with a custom truck body manufacturer.
Otherwise, they can get lost in the details.
Create clear and concise requirements that you need to make your truck body work better for you and ask for them. Better yet, demand them. Unless you are requesting an apparatus or feature that has yet to be invented, you can probably get what you want.
And that’s what a custom truck bed’s purpose is, is it not?
Getting what you want, and adding features that make your job easier?
Demand more when seeking out a new utility truck bed.
Understand That Custom Does Not Mean Costly
Consider yourself prepared after reading this statement:
Custom does not mean costly, when it comes to truck bodies.
Let me elaborate.
Custom truck beds will be more expensive than standard, stock utility beds.
However, they should not be so much more expensive that it prevents you from considering customization as a viable option.
First, we must take a look at the long-term value.
A custom truck body is built to provide you with the most efficient tool possible to get work done. It is built to provide time-savings, ease of tasks, and long-term money savings.
With that being said, these are tangible elements to consider when comparing costs of standard service truck bodies to custom service truck bodies.
Second off, you should seek a custom truck body manufacturer that is willing and capable of accommodating your needs.
If you are looking for the cheapest option, then yes, a standard utility body will be less costly.
However, if you compare long-term cost savings along with a truck body serving a significant function in your daily activities, customization is really the only way to go.
It’s A Personal Disservice To Neglect/Reject The Idea of Customized Service Bodies
The idea of a custom truck bed is born out of making the end-user’s job and tasks easier.
There is no other way to slice it, a customized truck body is the best way to ensure that a utility truck has all of the functions and features to streamline your work
It is a personal disservice to not consider the immense benefits of having a truck body that is custom built for your tasks and workflow.
Especially when you factor in long-term cost savings, a custom truck bed is really worth considering when it comes time to upgrade your truck body.
We are not suggesting that customization is the only way to go when it comes to service truck beds.
What we are saying is that there are considerable benefits to having a customized truck bed and one should at the very least, consider it as an option.
There are several routes to take when shopping for new or used truck beds.
We are suggesting that you consider customization, as it has the possibility of significantly increasing what a utility truck body can do for your business.