Frederick Services

Is Your Boathouse Ready for Warmer Weather?

Spring is finally here, which means that you can finally start thinking about taking your boat out on the water again. You did what you needed to before winter arrived to ensure that your boat was able to survive the season. Now, you need to get your boathouse ready for the spring and summer seasons so that you can entertain yourself, your family and any other guests you decide to bring into your boathouse and onto your boat.

Living on a waterfront property gives you the opportunity to have a beautiful boathouse to store your boat in when it is not being used. This frees you from having to store you boat away from the house and paying expensive storage and rental fees. However, over time, these boathouses may need a fresh coat of paint, the foundation repaired or the dock may need boards replaced. When that time comes, you need a professional company that deals with high-quality materials and provides top-notch service that you can count on to get the job done for you.

Here, at Frederick Services, we can perform a variety of marine construction services. If you're in the market for a basic or custom built boathouse, then we can build it for you. Alternatively, if you already have a boathouse and it has suffered damage throughout the winter or simply needs some routine maintenance or updating, then we can do that for you. Keep in mind that repairs on existing boathouses can be dangerous, so it is a good idea to give professionals like Frederick Services a call rather than trying to do them yourself and take the risk of getting injured. We have the knowledge, experience as well as the equipment to ensure that your boathouse is properly renovated and/or repaired in a quick, efficient manner.

For additional information on the services that we offer, including boathouse renovations and repairs, contact us at Frederick Services. We have extensive experience with building, installing and repairing residential and commercial marine structures.

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