Been enjoying the water this summer? It’s great that we can get out on the water in our own boats over summer. Its great way to relax and enjoy the beautiful weather, getting away from the dreary, mundane, mainland lives for just a few hours. But what happens when the unexpected happens and you are in an accident with another vessel? Or scratched the hull the last time you popped the boat onto the trailer to take it home. Damage to our fibreglass boat needs to be looked at as soon as possible to avoid further damage or destruction.
Whether it’s a small bingle on the water or some significant damage, the team at Advanced Fibreglass Techniques have you covered. No boat is too big or too small for us, we love to see all kinds of boats in the shop, and if you can’t come to us, get in touch, one of our friendly team may be able to come to you.
We have decades of experience repairing anything from a crack, a tear or a hole in the hull. If its fibreglass, we have the tools and know how to get you back on the water in no time. The best part is, we love what we do, so we treat each fibreglass boat that comes through our doors as if it was our own.
We look for underlying causes for cracks or tension tears and we look to strengthen the hull with each repair, not weaken it further. We go over you boat with a fine-tooth comb to ensure we see and repair each and every issue with your fibreglass boat, so that we can hand back a water ready vessel for more fun in the sun. We complete damage assessment for each and every vehicle or vessel that comes through our doors so we can discuss with you the best way to repair you fibreglass boat as quickly as possible.
We can also provide advice on actions to take to avoid further stressors on the vessel and give you tips on spotting the damage before it becomes a problem you can no longer avoid. We can provide advice on where to patch, where to remove and where simply cannot be restored. Thankfully the last option is a rarity. We will also let you know if an area that needs patching is too large. The bigger the patch, the more strain it can put on the frame of the boat itself. In some cases, patching the fibreglass is not an option as it will cause more stress related fractures, tears, splits, or cracks; and that’s the last thing anyone wants to hear. Either way, our team are on hand to provide advice and service, no matter the damage.
Mark, Nigel and the team provide our clients across industrial, private and commercial fibreglass our professional design and development services as part of the project. We enjoy the challenges presented in boat restoration and take great satisfaction in achieving the customer’s desired result. We use the latest techniques to repair your watercraft, whether it be a small cosmetic repair or a structural modification. Contact Mark or Nigel today, on (08) 8182 4877 or drop in for an obligation free quote.