Minnesota Boat Accident RepairThe automobile may be the most frequently used machine on the planet. It is functional and, safe to say, nearly impossible to live modern life without. Despite its overwhelming practicality, most automobile owners still take a measure of pride in its outward appearance. We wash our cars not so much to protect the finish, but to ensure that it looks good when we drive it. Boats came before automobiles, of course, but boats are not used as extensions of the owner’s personality in the same way that cars are. Boats are more vulnerable than automobiles because they are constantly under attack by the elements, and water is one of the most destructive of the elements. Anchor Marine Repair’s services can ensure that your boat not only stands up to the elements, but that it looks good doing it.

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One of the reasons why boat owners tend to put less emphasis on the appearance of their boats is that it is much more difficult to make a boat look better when it is on the water, and it is far more difficult for a lay person to complete repairs properly. Maybe the appearance of your boat is not of great importance to you. However, if you want to protect your investment and head out on the water on your schedule, it is important to pay attention to the finish of your boat. Your boat’s finish can become damaged quickly and that is where Anchor Marine Repair comes in.

Aluminum and fiberglass are the most common materials used to make boats. Both are well suited to boat construction, but no material is perfect and all materials have limitations. Aluminum is extremely strong for its weight and density, but it can crack or tear when it comes into contact with heavy, sharp objects–like rocks–that are often found in lakes and rivers. Similarly, fiberglass has a very good strength to weight ratio, and it can withstand great forces. But fiberglass also has its limitations. When damaged, fiberglass frays. Most boat owners do not have the tools or the knowledge to fix damage to either aluminum or fiberglass, but Anchor Marine Repair does.

Protect Your Boat This Season

For boat owners who do want their boats to look good, we can match colors and patterns of the boat’s original finish. So if you value not only the structural integrity of your boat, but its appearance too, Anchor Marine Repair should be your first call. Call 763-972-3540 or email service@anchormarinerepair.com with any questions.

No Mechanical Repairs

We provide fiberglass & aluminum boat damage repair, painting, and refinishing. We do not have any mechanics on staff, and cannot provide any mechanical repairs or quotes.

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