There is no trick to becoming the most trusted source for boat repair, unless the trick involves years of practice, studying and creating methods for repairing various kinds of damage and truly caring about perfecting the craft. When your boat is in the hands of the technicians of Anchor Marine Repair, there are no tricks. There are just people with combined decades’ worth of experience and practice who are ready to apply their knowledge to your boat’s damage.
Not only is there an unlimited number of ways that a boat can sustain damage, there are many materials that compose a boat, and each of them responds uniquely and differently to the cause of the damage that has been done. For instance, if your boat has struck a sharp object in the water, the nature of the damage will look different if your boat is made of fiberglass versus whether your boat is made of aluminum. If your fiberglass boat has struck something sharp in the water, the damage is likely to look like it has been cut or slashed. If your boat is made of aluminum, that same sharp object may still cause a gash, but you will also see signs of impact due to the softer, more elastic nature of aluminum.
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Of course, using terms like ‘soft’ and ‘elastic’ is both relative and specialized. Aluminum is not soft like butter or elastic like a rubber band. Aluminum is used in boats and other objects because of its ideal strength-to-weight ratio. Therefore, damage done to an aluminum boat requires significant force. The same is true for fiberglass, but the outcome of impacting the same object can appear quite differently on two different boats.
The technicians of Anchor Marine Repair understand the dynamics involved in many kinds of impact damage done to boats. Such knowledge is vital to being able to state that we know the best means of responding to the damage done to your boat. Fiberglass and aluminum are two of the more common materials used in boat manufacture, so they provide excellent examples for us to tout our knowledge and ability to return your boat to optimum safety and operability.
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If the damage done to your boat is structural, the minimum expectation you should have of your boat repair contractor is that it is returned to a state of safe operation. When you contract with Anchor Marine Repair, you will not only have your boat returned in that state, we can also return it to its optimal esthetic state, so that your boat is not only safe but a pleasure to look at too. Call 763-972-3540 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have about how we can repair the damage to your boat.