We Can Get Your Boat Back in the Water!
A boat with broken or damaged fiberglass must be assessed to determine whether the damage is superficial or structural. If the damage is structural this can be dangerous and cause serious injuries during operation. Luckily, superficially damaged fiberglass is highly repairable, and that means fixing the damaged fiberglass is a relatively simple process, especially if you have the right team working on your fiberglass boat.
Our boat repair team evaluates the type of fiberglass damage your vessel has incurred and will provide an expert assessment of the structural damage and the recommended type of repair to ensure the seaworthiness.
We handle all types of fiberglass boat repair, including some of these common types of damage:
- crushed core layers, and
Fiberglass Shipping Damage
While shipping damage is not a common issue, there is a potential that your boat can incur damages during the process. A watercraft that’s been shipped from one location to another has endured a significant number of physical movements, placements and exposure to non-water related elements. Depending on whether it is a new or used boat can significantly impact the number of steps involved in moving the boat and can produce more opportunities for damages to occur that even shrink wrapping cannot prevent. Most are superficial, but over time can result in noticeable blemishes in your fiberglass.
Whether your boat was damaged at sea, during transportation, or even while it was docked, there’s still chance that it can be repaired both cosmetic and structurally. That means it shouldn't be too hard to get your boat back to its former glory.
|(This Carolina Skiff came in after hitting a piling on the bow. The damage was to the hull and deck. We ground out all the damaged areas and used 1708 biax and 1.5 oz fiberglass cloth to structurally make the repair. It was then finished off in gelcoat.)|
On top of fiberglass repairs, JDOC Marine, LLC's boat craftsman can also refurbish older fiberglass or even replace surfaces that might be discolored or scratched. This way you’ll have a clean, consistent fiberglass layer that will match perfectly with your boat’s existing finish. If you’re looking for a professional, patch-free fiberglass boat repair in Riverside, NJ, then you don’t need to look any further.
If you’re in need of a reputable, experienced team to repair your fiberglass boat in a timely manner then get in touch with the boat craftsman at JDOC Marine, LLC. Our integral focus on customer satisfaction, quality repairs, and adaptability mean we’re your number one choice for fiberglass boat repairs in Riverside NJ. We boast over 20 years of experience repairing fiberglass boats, so you can rest assured that you’ll be in good hands.
|(The fore deck was done in non-skid using thickened gel coat. The deck was white with a splattered look in black gelcoat to recreate the factory pattern. The hull was wet sanded and buffed out to a high gloss shine. The rub rail and hardware was re-bedded and back out on the water she went.)|
For the Best Fiberglass Boat Repair, Trust JDOC Marine, LLC in Riverside NJ
We like to make sure that our customers have complete control over their fiberglass boat repairs, that’s why at JDOC Marine, LLC, we also provide assessment services and minor alterations. If you’re uncertain of what has to be repaired, or if there is damage present that you haven't noticed, one of our team members can assess your boat for issues like stress fractures, delamination and more.
If you’re looking for quality fiberglass hull repairs, re-sprays or minor repairs like touch-ups and anti-fouling paint, for reduced drag and improved fuel efficiency, we’re here to help. If it’s an issue regarding marine fiberglass, we’re more than prepared to fix it.
The next step is easy!
Call us today at (856) 393-7720 to learn how our boat craftsmen could get you the best fiberglass boat repair, at the right price, with superior service right here in Riverside NJ! You could also Request A FREE FIBERGLASS BOAT REPAIR QUOTE on our website or to request more information.