Frequently Asked Questions About Temporary Housing Rentals

It matters to us that you feel prepared and knowledgeable regarding your temporary housing solution. During the quoting process, we will complete a consultation to make sure you are getting the floor plan you need and that there are no surprises following the delivery of your portable temporary housing rental. We are here to answer any questions you may have, no matter how small.

We deliver to all lower 48 states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

There is a surcharge for deliveries over 1,000 miles. Contact us for a custom quote and for rates and availability. Or, you can call us at (251) 653-7700.

We have a three month minimum and after that you can rent month-to-month for as long as you need.

We strive to provide excellent customer service and not only walk through the trailer with you at the time of delivery,  but also provide training and additional support on how to best use the various RV appliances, lights, toilets, thermostats, etc. Our RV technicians will show you how to get water, gas and electricity running for your temporary RV housing rental. 

Recreational vehicles require either 30 or 50 AMP RV specific power outlets, which is dependent on the size of the trailer. 

Your trailer can be connected to a septic or sewer connection, but the connection must be exposed above ground. The connection also must be within 20’ of the trailer. In the circumstance that there is no sewer connection available, we can assist in coordinating the delivery of an external holding tank with a pump schedule. This is typically approved and paid for by your insurance company.

A standard garden spigot is all that must be present. The hose may not lay on any driving paths and it is preferred that the water supply is 20’ from the connection of the travel trailer. The price for water delivery varies from area to area and on how much water is used. We can also assist in coordinating any extensions needed with your adjuster.

The only appliances that use propane are the furnace, auxiliary hot water heater (electric is primary) and the oven and stove. On each trailer there are two propane tanks, so that when one is empty it can be easily replaced. We are also happy to assist you in coordinating the delivery of a propane tank if needed.

Having a trailer set on-site as temporary housing is the perfect solution to staying close to home. By being near the site you can stay in touch with your contactors and see all supplies being delivered. Call us today to discuss the best place to set your RV trailer rental on your property, establish a delivery and set up time, and determine which trailer model is best for you and your needs. 

Trying to find a place that allows pets can be a challenge. With Temporary RV Housing you can stay on your property and remain with your furry friend. We do allow pets in our temporary housing rentals, but there is an additional pet cleaning fee. 

No, we currently only offer long term RV rentals starting at a three month minimum. 

We have a limited number of smoking units available. There is a non-refundable smoking fee for the cleaning and sanitization done after the return of the rental. This fee does not cover any damage caused as a result due to smoking, burns, etc. Smoking units will be sanitized thoroughly, but slight smoke odors may exist.

Yes, we work primarily with your insurance company to use you’re A.L.E. (Additional Living Expense) benefits.