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Old 11-13-2012   #2
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Re: Shrink Wrap recommendations & rates

Is he doing the frame, too? Will he repair the cover if it's 'compromised' due to a snow/ice storm? (That's one advantage over covering it yourself). That's not a terrible rate, but not a steal either. I'm assuming he's experienced -- I wouldn't want someone near my boat with a flame who hasn't done this before. If you live in the area, consider having him install a zipper door so you can do work aboard before removing the cover in the spring. A door usually costs a little extra (~$30). Make sure you have adequate ventilation to minimize mildew.
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