Even if you’re a boat expert, it might sometimes be hard to keep up with maintenance techniques for your cover. Failure to properly maintain your boat cover can lead to costly repairs, making it of extreme importance to be well informed on what works better for maintenance in your case. With over 20 years of experience, Waterway can help get you informed. Below, we share some of the most common maintenance inquiries regarding our covers.
Make it a Routine
Even if you might not be experiencing any concerning issues with your cover, it is recommended for there to be a maintenance checkup every two to three years. Why? Despite the lack of issues, salt deposits, pollen, and dirt must be removed from your cover periodically. We recommend making maintenance checkups part of your boat routine to prevent any issues that can reduce its lifespan.
Trust the Professional
ALWAYS trust professionals to perform your cover’s maintenance issues! Although you might perceive minor issues to be easy fixes, this is not always the case. Particularly, the four-step maintenance process involves taking the cover down, changing out the cords, pressure washing it and then re-installing. To avoid any technical errors, seek a trusted professional to perform these procedures.
Better To Be Safe Than Sorry
Boat users sometimes feel that maintenance checkups are not necessary, however, it is recommended to avoid any bigger problems by performing checkups on a routine basis. Specifically, the boat cover might be affected by changing factors such as the location, saltiness of the water, foliage, pollen, airplane fly lanes, proximity to power plants, etc. Because of this, the cover’s bungee cords and are recommended to be checked to avoid issues that could result later on.
Still Need Help?
If you are unsure of what maintenance tips to use with your specific boat cover, consult with one of our specialists today! Protection for your boat is essential and at Waterway we make sure our tailored options meet your expectations as well as your boat necessities. Get a free quote today or give us a call at (941) 505-0237.