First introduced as the Roofer’s Buggy in 2004, this towable dump trailer saves laborers hours of backbreaking work. Featuring a 13-hp Honda engine, it is self-propelled and can be driven by a single worker right on customers’ lawns. Its compact design and wide tires allow contractors to maneuver around landscape obstacles and into hard-to-reach spots where dump trucks and other dump trailers can’t reach. The rust-resistant aluminum container lifts up to 12 ft high to easily transport tools and materials from the driveway to exactly where needed on the roof.
Its four outriggers allow the user to stabilize the RB4000 to maximize its capabilities, even on uneven terrain.
The RB4000 holds between 15 and 20 square of roofing debris, from standard asphalt shingles to metal roofing systems. When the container reaches its 4,000-lb capacity, its hydraulics-operated tailgate can be lowered and the container angled to dump the contents into a larger on-site dump trailer or dump truck.