Best Time for Boat Maintenance: End of Season, Not the Start
Some boating enthusiasts, come end of boating season, store their boats away and then figure they'll do upkeep and maintenance next time they need them. This approach, however, presents some real and serious difficulties and drawbacks.
First off, there's the decay factor. Sure, you wrap the boat up and store it well, hopefully at an indoor facility such as Premier, but if you're not careful about checking and cleaning--and repairing--anything that needs it, you can find even more serious deterioration, or problems, come next time you set to go out.
Plus, if something needs replacing and you let it go till
next boating season, the part you need may not be immediately
available. You might be disappointed that the trip you wanted
to take can't be taken. Something mechanical isn't
working--and is being shipped by yak from somewhere thousands
of miles away.
This is where using a first-class facility such as Premier
Indoor Boat and RV Storage comes in handy. Once you drop
your boat off, or have
it picked up, our maintenance folks will come over
everything with a fine tooth come, while our service people
will take to cleaning and repairing the exterior and interior
Not only will your boat get a solid end-of-season makeover,
but the Premier staff will be checking on it periodically and
even moving it around so the tires
on your trailer don't get needlessly worn.
Remember, Premier was launched by RV and
boating enthusiasts who were looking for the perfect
solution to both storage and upkeep. Now you can find this
sort of world-class service at Premier in Corona, Calif.
For more details on what steps you should take to preserve and maintain your vehicle, please see our article on "end-of-season boat care."