Orlando, Florida (15th April, 2015) — Food trucks have been a source of growing interest for the food and restaurant industry. For good reason! First-time entrepreneurs will find a much lower barrier of entry to the business of starting a food truck than they would with a brick-and-mortar restaurant. The costs are just more affordable. With a food truck, you also have the ability to be mobile and bring your food to the customer as opposed to being locked down to one location. On the flip side, many successful restaurant groups are now looking at food trucks as opportunities to more successfully service their internal catering needs and serve as a marketing vehicle for their restaurants.
Prestige Food Trucks is the world’s leading food truck manufacturer and rightfully so. One of the reasons that we are recognized as such is because we build high-end food trucks to meet any business’ needs and best meet their budget. Most people understand how beneficial a food truck can be to their business and the advantage that mobile kitchens have over brick and mortar restaurants. But the main question that most upcoming food truck owners will have is: how much money should I have allocated in my budget to purchase a food truck?
For a prestigious and reliable food truck, you’re looking at spending a minimum of $70,000. A food truck with a larger cooking line, which calls for additional things like a larger generator, will cost more. You’re looking at spending roughly $90,000-$100,000. Prestige Food Trucks offers high-end food trucks in this range, which is the industry standard for the calibre of work that we complete.
While the average price point for a great food truck is $90,000-$100,000, if you do have a larger budget then you can opt-in to have add-ons to better your food truck. Having a larger budget when purchasing a food truck will allow room to allocate for: a brand new diesel step van, a longer vehicle so that there is more space for additional cooking equipment or even a bathroom, more ac units and much more. Since Prestige Food Trucks is a custom manufacturer, we have the ability to customize the client’s food truck to meet their business’ needs and to best meet their budget.
Prestige Food Trucks is a one-stop-shop, so even the “average” food truck which typically amounts to $90,000-$100,000 comes fully loaded and with minimal work from the client. Once the client funds the project, Prestige Food Trucks takes it from there and does everything that is needed to build the food truck, which then can be shipped straight to the client’s doorstep.
Many customers come to us at Prestige Food Trucks because of the complete service that we offer.
We at Prestige:
- Acquire a quality step van for the build
- Work alongside the client to create their blueprint for the layout of the vehicle
- Order all of the brand new and warrantied cooking equipment
- Install all of the equipment, electricity, plumbing, propane, hood, exhaust, fire suppression, stainless steel, ac units
- Install the vinyl wrap
- And much more!
There are many elements that go into properly building a quality food truck. Prestige Food Trucks makes sure to put their love of labour into the builds throughout each step of the process.
If you want a custom proposal for the food truck of your dreams, then contact Prestige Food Trucks today: 888-418-8855.
About Prestige Food Trucks:
Prestige Food Trucks, based in Orlando, Florida, is the leading custom food truck and trailer, builder and manufacturer. They have a very deep adherence to their morals which include providing top notch services to their customers. Their trucks are of the best quality and are priced very competitively making them all the more desirable. They also provide services for repairs, rents and leases of food trucks. They ship both nationwide as well as internationally. To know more about their services, please visit their official website.
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