Impact Resistant teak boat decking
Opinion seems to be divided on whether Impact Resistant teak boat deckingon a boat is good or bad. Personally, I love them providing they are properly laid and maintained. I’ll be discussing looking after teak in a later posting but for today I wanted to go through the steps for a correctly laid teak deck, what’s involved and how to go about it. The step-by-step photos below refer to a teak overlay on a fiberglass or wooden deck. On a more traditional craft where the teak deck forms an integral and structural part of the craft the final result will look similar to the eye but the installation methods are very different to those described here and will form part of a later article.
At Impact Resistant teak boat decking, we know that you’re looking for a marine flooring option that enhances the look of your boat, and that means finding a product that can perfectly hug every curve and line. Our professional and experienced installation team can quickly and easily install a deck that does just that, giving you the expensive and beautiful look of bow-to-stern teak decking with none of the problems in maintenance or durability.
There are almost as many ways to install as there are different kinds of boat owners and boats. For the most experienced and determined do-it-yourselfers, it is possible to purchase Impact Resistant teak boat decking materials, personally, measure and create your own panels, and then glue them down. Because fabricating panels—especially when custom shapes and borders are involved—can be the most difficult part, we also offer an option for partial self-installation. In this case, customers can send us templates of the areas that will be covered by teak boat decking. We’ll then create pre-made panels that are ready to be installed, and only need to be glued down. Finally, for those who prefer to leave the entire process to the professionals, we also provide expert installation services.