If your boat cover has a tear, loose seams or a wear spot, but your fabric is still in decent shape - we can fix it for you!
Whether it got torn when you caught it on the corner of your dock or trailer, the mice found it while you had it in storage, or it sat too close to the fire and hot embers got to it - we've seen it all.
Boat covers are your first line of protection when attempting to keep your interior clean and dry and most importantly, to keep your upholstery vinyl in good condition. Making your cover useable is a good investment into the life of your watercraft - or whatever else it is that you're covering.
Our Techs are also able to complete an exhaustive list of repairs to other items that your sewing machine at home simply cannot handle. From tents to awnings, Biminis to storage boots, porch curtains to ice fishing shelters, hunting blinds to ATV doors and dock lift canopies - if it is heavy fabric and it needs to be sewn, we can probably sew it! Keep in mind that items on a frame will most likely require disassembly to fit under a sewing machine. If you have questions, feel free to text or email a photo and we can tell you if and how your item can be repaired.
Please be advised that during the summer months, any repair - no matter how small - may take up to 4 weeks to complete and we must have your item here at the shop to put it into the queue. Feel free to call to find out what the current expected wait time is for repairs before you come in.
Our shop rates for 2023 are $65/hour for repairs requiring a single tech with her machine, $75/hour for custom fabrication with a single tech, $90/hour for two techs or anything requiring a work bay (upholstery/boat covers) and $125 for three techs.
We ask that items brought in for repair be as clean as possible - and dry. For dock lift canopies, we ask that they are also folded (space being the issue with those - It does not have to be perfect).
We also cannot accept items for repair that have adhesive of any kind, including duct tape, over the area that will be sewn on. We cannot risk damage to our machines, which can happen with dirty, wet and/or sticky items.