Top things you need to know about boat or ship repair
CHOOSE YOUR FACILITY
The first step in repairing your ship is finding the facility that best fits your ship's needs and budget. Ask the local boat community whether you are sailing with friends or members on your yacht, and we hope you get some recommendations.
From there, contact a few stores for an initial estimate and schedule. You can also do additional research online. There are several online sources from where you can find the best ship maintenance and repair service providers.
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Take a look at the reviews and see if they are certified marine mechanics. If you require machine operation, make sure it is certified by your manufacturer. From there, you need to have enough information to be able to choose a facility that will deliver your ship with quality customization at an affordable price.
ASK FOR WARRANTY
Ask the mechanic if they have a warranty for your repair. If there is a guarantee, ask for details and length. Then make sure you get written guarantees to document your appointments. Your warranty should be 30 to 90 days.
HAVE YOUR OWN EVIDENCE
Always take pictures before and after your craft. If your boat gets scratched after the repair is complete, you have proof. Make sure your photos are tagged with the appropriate date so there is no dispute about when the damage occurred. Make sure you inspect the boat carefully before paying the bill.
MAINTENANCE AND OTHER SUPPORT
Whether you're hibernating your boat or preparing for the onset of spring, follow the proper care tips and checklists. Keeping your boat in top condition will protect you from service.