Although seat covers can be a convenient way to give new life to the seating on your boat, they don’t always fit well and can shift and bunch up with heavy use. Instead, reupholster boat seats for a form-fitting finish that lasts and is comfortable. Here are three times you’ll want to consider reupholstery over after-market seat coverings.
You’re the New Owner
No matter how much you like the boat you’ve purchased, you probably want to make a few changes to put your own style on it. Getting new seat coverings offers you the chance to personalize the vessel and really make it your dream purchase.
It’s Faded & Worn
Even the most well cared for boat will be affected by weather. Sun, wind and saltwater cause fading and weakening of fabrics in particular. And seating that’s in poor condition looks shabby and uninviting to your guests. Reupholstering it restores your boat’s welcoming appearance and restores the sea-worthiness of the seating.
Keep the Boat’s Value Up
If you’ve had your boat for several years, you know the value starts to go down because of age and normal wear and tear. Re-covering the seats on your boat is a relatively cost-effective way to maintain the value of your vessel and protect your investment in it.
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