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How Do You Transport Windows?

We provide tailored solutions for assorted items transport. When it comes to transporting a diverse range of goods, our assorted items transport services stand out as a reliable and comprehensive solution. With our shipping company’s specialization in providing tailored logistics solutions, we cater to the unique needs of businesses and individuals requiring safe and timely delivery of assorted items. From fragile goods to bulky equipment, our expertise spans the spectrum of transportation demands. Our experienced team is well-versed in the intricacies of handling assorted items. We understand that each type of item necessitates a distinct approach to transportation.

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How to Load And Unload Windows on a Truck

How To Handle Delicate Windows During Transport

Windows require to be handled with care because they can easily get damaged if mishandled. Below are some of the things we do to guarantee the safety of your windows during transport. 

1. Load Windows Upright at a 45-Degree Angle

Windows shouldn’t be stacked flat during transport because they tend to break easily. When windows made of glass are resting on the truck bed, they’re easy to break from the vibration and pressure of bumps.

2. Use Layers of Sponge Between Windows or Stretch Foil

We use stretch foil when transporting single windows because they’re highly elastic and durable. The window is fully wrapped with stretch foil to protect it from any damage. However, sponges are ideal when moving multiple windows. They’re placed in between before wrapping the bundle of windows to avoid ratting and bumping into each other. 

3. Use Wooden Stillage

Wooden stillage offers added security when transporting windows. They provide a surface to lean and stack the windows. They also make it possible to strap and secure the windows for transport. 

4. Use Non-slip Mats or Materials on the Truck Bed

The floors of trucks are slippery, which makes it easy for windows to slide. Therefore, using mats and other materials on the truck helps keep the windows in one position until they’re delivered. 


Transport Your Load On The Right Trailer With Us

Double Drop Deck Trailer

Max Dimensions: 29FT Length, 8.5FT Width, and 11.5FT Height

Max Weight: 45,000LBS

Step Deck Trailer

Max Dimensions: 53FT Length, 8.5FT Width, and 11.5FT Height

Max Weight: 48,000LBS

Removable Gooseneck Trailer (RGN)

Max Dimensions: 53FT Length, 8.5FT Width, and 11.6FT Height

Max Weight: 150,000LBS

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Flatbed Trailer

Max Dimensions: 53FT Length, 8.5FT Width, and 8.5FT Height

Max Weight: 48,000LBS

Affordable and Fully Insured Window Hauling Services

What's the Cost of Transporting Windows?

The cost of transporting windows isn’t fixed and depends on what you’re transporting. The weight, size, material, and distance are some factors that influence the cost of hauling your windows. The larger and heavier the windows, the bigger the truck or trailer used to accommodate their weight and size evenly. We fully insure every piece of the window we transport to protect them against unforeseen dangers. Our window shipping services are available all year round, and regardless of the location of your construction site, we will ensure they’re delivered safely. We have a specialised team that will choose the right truck or trailer to transport your windows safely.


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Hauling Windows to a Construction Site

Transporting windows to a new construction site can be done through less than truckload (LTL) or full truckload (FTL). Less than truckload is when your windows are shipped together with loads owned by other people. That method is ideal for windows that aren’t made of glass and can be easily damaged. Less than a truckload is affordable but might take longer since the driver has to make other deliveries along the way. A full truckload is when a truck is fully dedicated to shipping your windows. This method is best for windows that can easily break and require to be handled with care. Despite the method being slightly expensive, it’s fast. Call Wide Load Shipping for a free quote.