I am putting bids in for a local development company for some of their commercial properties for full landscape and lawn maintenance. Nothing huge (which they also have), but enough to get my business to the next level of where I want to be. Anyway, part of the bid spec is they want the seasonal planting beds and pots watered as needed in the event that it doesnt rain much (so probably once or twice a week). The catch is there are no water supply sources readily available at these properties. As in theres no spigots to hook a hose up to outside! My initial plan was to get a small trailer (like a 4x6 2,000 lb GVW), mount a 200 gallon tank to it (bolt it down and prob chain-binder it too for good measure) and then put a small gas powered "clear water" pump on it and a garden hose reel. I can get a meter from the local water authority to use fire hydrants to fill it up, and water is cheap and I figure the rest of the setups isnt going to be a fortune either. I think most of the properties I'm bidding on should be able to be done with 200 gallons, the one that would prob need more has a fire hydrant on site so I could easily re-fill. I'm sure I'm not the only one who has this in a bid spec, so I was wondering what you guys do? Is there a better way to go about it than the idea I have? Also if anyone has something similar to this and could post some pics that would be good too!