Shrink wrap can be produced in an extensive variety of sizes and thicknesses depending on the needed application, amount of durability and duration of exposure to different elements. Tarpaulins or custom covers are used with varying degrees of success; often they won't withstand long periods at road speeds or successive winter storms, coming off and causing damage to the boat.
Our experts develop a plan of action to care for your needs. The most important part of job is to ensure that on the day your boat is getting wrapped it is as dry as possible. Any water in the bilges or general dampness in the boat will just turn into its own weather system under the wrap for the entire winter. Boat shrink-wrap is made of low-density polyethylene which can be recycled and used in the manufacture of new products such as plastic bags, guard rail blocks, wheel chalks and plastic banners. The plastic then gets tied down tight and completely heated to make it shrink to the skeleton and the boat.The final step is to ventilate the boat and fine-tune the wrap such as taping up any holes.The issue of mold and moisture problems on a shrunk boat is purely due to the moisture content in the boat on the day it was wrapped. These services are mainly required to protect the boats during road transport and storage of materialsis often done for creating work shelters.