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Old 05-21-2018, 10:39 PM   #1
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Default Best Fiberglass work on the lake?

I have a small gouge amidships on the starboard side at the waterline. It is about 4-6 inches long (see Photo). I would appreciate recommendations for the best fiberglass body repair work in the laconia Gilford area. Thanks Old Sarge.Name:  Printy2017 Starboard Damage 3.jpg
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Old 05-21-2018, 10:57 PM   #2
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Ronís Fiberglass. Very responsive and excellent work. Does a lot of work at MVYC.
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Old 05-22-2018, 05:33 AM   #3
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Default Yes Ron's Fiberglass

I have also used Ron's. When he was done you couldn't tell that there had been any damage, Good work. When I kept a boat at MVYC I used Ron for shrink wrapping. He did great work at that too.

Last year I towed a friends boat to Ron's shop in Belmont. There was a lot of work done on the boat but it came out great.

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Eric at Fay's has done great work on my boat, and I've seen many others he has done an excellent job with.
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Old 05-22-2018, 11:41 AM   #5
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Thumbs up Northeast Fiberglass

We had our Boston Whaler get ripped off a lift in a storm and up on rocks for several days. I really thought it was a goner. Brought it over to Northeast at Winnisquam, and they totally made it perfect. If you saw it, you would never know what happened. I really thought it was going to be a total loss when I first saw it. Since then, have brought the big boat to them for repairs to the keel and swim platform. I wouldn't use anyone else.
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Eric at Fay's has done great work on my boat, and I've seen many others he has done an excellent job with.
Eric has done excellent work for us.
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Thanks for all the recommendations, luckily I have made a temporary repair so I can choose my time getting it fixed. Will let you all know how it comes out.
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We were very happy with Ron's. Insurance paid the bill, so I have no idea about pricing, but apparently there was no quibbling from the insurance co. We took the boat to his shop.
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White Mountain Fiberglass in Rumney

Here's another fiberglass repair shop for high quality motorboats, sailboats, and pwc's ...... to get it done right, as opposed to doing it yourself with the $16 Bondo fiberglass repair kit in a round container from Walmart. Like, who does that?

A boat and personal watercraft repair specialist

www.whitemountainfiberglass.com: way up in Rumney NH, off Exit 26 somewhere, close to Stinson Lake.

Looks like some high quality fiberglass repairs ...... like they know what they are doing.

Wonder if they repair sup paddle boards for short money ...... all us paddle boarders are usually broke and unemployed ..... otherwise we'd be out there styln' on a $9500 Seadoo?
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Glad to see you back FLL. Where have you been?
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