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Re: 2017 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake
Not like handrails you find below decks. These run along the top of the cabin roof. Not the sort of thing you just pick up at Bacon's! So I took the old one's off (I had stepped clean through one - 33 years of exposure). Two flat, slightly curved pieces of teak, with 8 holes in each. My job was probably too tiny for them to get to. They had told me they'd had a big job come in and it would be a couple weeks before they could do them. That was fine. But I need them now and it has been many weeks. I could tape up the broken one. I just was looking forward to installing two new, safe handrails. I'll call tomorrow - I just wish if they couldn't fit me in, that they had just told me. I would have understood.
If anyone has any recommendations for people who do this kind of work in Maryland, I'd be grateful. A couple other places I was told of don't do this stuff. Though maybe they'll call tomorrow and say DONE! Fingers crossed.
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