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Best Deck Boats-Synthetic Teak Decking

Best Deck Boats-Synthetic Teak Decking

Over time, boat floors begin to show wear and tear from repeated exposure to the elements, specifically water. The need for a new boat floor becomes inevitable when the floor has a soft, spongy feel that is a sure sign of dry rot. However, the need for replacing a boat floor does not mean the end of your boating days. You can replace your floor in a short amount of time and with minimal labor. Your boat will have a sturdier feel to it, and you’ll be back out on the water in no time.

How Do You Replace A Boat Floor?

Begin replacing the boat floor by removing attached items, consoles and seats from the floor. Also, undo any electrical connections. Then, remove the old floor of the boat by leaving a trim measuring 3 inches along the boat’s sides. When removing, ensure that the old floor remains intact to the extent possible.

Use the pieces of the old flooring as a template to cut plywood for the new flooring using a circular saw. Soak the plywood pieces in epoxy, allow the coating to dry, and mark the position of the screw holes on the pieces appropriately using the old floor pieces. Drill holes at the markings made using a power drill, and insert screws through them to attach the pieces to the boat.

After affixing the boat floor, cover it using fiberglass mat. Layer fiberglass resin on the mat to seal it, allow the resin to dry, and sand the rough edges using a soft sander.

Make holes for screws in the fiberglass mat, and install a carpet or any other floor covering. Finally, replace the boat’s consoles, attached items, seats and electrical connections.

Best Deck Boats – Synthetic Teak Decking

Here are just a few reasons why people have chosen Seven Trust in the past:

Clean-up is easy, and can usually be accomplished with just soap and water.

Synthetic teak decking won’t fade over time,maintains its beauty and color year after year .

Less maintenance with NuTeak means less money spent on costly repairs.

Safety. synthetic teak decking is non-slip wet or dry.

Synthetic teak decking will never crack, split, peel or fade.

Synthetic teak decking is comfortable to walk on and safe from the hazards of splinters, chips or other damage than can be painful to bare feet.

If you are interested in synthetic teak decking or have any doubts, you can feel free to contact online customer service, you can also leave your message on the message board, we will respond to your first time.

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18 10-2016