For the marine section we have you covered. From the carpet, seats, bimini tops, to the covers. We can repair single items, multiple or the whole interior. We have many color samples to choose from, and most are in stock. If a seat, or sun deck flew out while towing your boat and is lost we can recreate it. If you need a patch on your cover just drop it off and we will take care of you. Seams coming apart on your Shore Station cover? We can re-sew it and give you a few more years out of your investment.

We use Sunbrella and Aqualon fabric on our boat covers. Our pole height is higher than what other shops would normally use, but we find that it helps having a larger peak for the snow to slide off of. They are meant to be for year round use and not to have another tarp put on top as it rubs the fabric and creates holes. All of the parts on were your cover would wear we reinforce so you don’t get a rub through or holes. We also recommend that you pick a light color to keep the inside of your boat cool. 

We stock Mist gray, and a beige in either Aqualon or Sunbrella. Give us a call before you bring your boat, for the closest estimate we need your boat here to measure for material. Turn around is in 2-3 days to complete your custom boat cover and we will need your boat for the duration.

Aqualon’s dimensional stability remains the key to its popularity. Designed to withstand sagging and wind conditions, the fabric resists stretching or shrinking and creates a perfect fit. The topside of the fabric is double coated with a pigmented vinyl resin, which makes Aqualon highly resistant to water penetration. 
Aqualon is extremely strong, highly abrasion and mildew resistant and lightweight.
With aqualon we recommend you use vent supports as this fabric does not breath and will hold moisture in. The vent support goes over your pole and holds it in firmly to your cover.

Probably the most well known acrylic fabric on the market. Sunbrella is “water resistant”. Which means it is not water proof. Sunbrella can be treated with a protectant called 303 Fabric Guard which is designed to last several years.  In the Wisconsin area you can expect to get 15-20 years out of your cover.