Repaired discolored carpet from battery acid

Repaired torn carpet from dog 




If you've ever tried to install carpet or vinyl flooring in a boat or RV, you know how challenging and inconvenient it is to do. Mainly because of all the nooks and crannies that are nearly impossible to reach and the detailed upholstery work that's involved. Sometimes, the hardest part is removing the old material.

With over 30 years experience installing carpet, I have the patience and meticulous work ethic to take on any size boat or RV. Since I treat every job like it's my own and more like a hobby than a job, I take my time and focus on every detail of your boat or RV. 

In addition to installing new carpet and vinyl flooring, I can repair stained or damaged flooring from cigarette burns and torn or chewed up carpet from your dog (as shown in the before and after photos at right).

  • Over 30 Years Experience

  • Meticulous and Custom Work

  • Personable and Reliable Service

  • Professional Sales, Installation and Repairs
    • ​Custom fit cockpit snap-in carpet and woven vinyl
    • ​Cabin carpet replacement
    • Lonseal teak and holly vinyl

  • Specializing in all models and sizes of boats and RVs

  • Binding services using Sunbrella for exterior carpet and polyester for interior carpet 
    • Repairs
    • Replacement
    • Custom rugs


Why does it cost more to replace the carpet in your boat than in your living room? 

Below is an example why...

Job Description

  • 40' Sea Ray Express
  • 30 pieces of carpet removed
  • 12'x19' piece of new carpet
  • 3 days to complete the entire job 
    • Day 1 - remove parts of boat and all existing carpet
    • Day 2 - finish removing carpet from all parts, cut new carpet and install on parts at shop
    • Day 3 - install new carpet on boat, put boat back together, clean up and vacuum 

I've heard people say..."It didn't cost that much to replace the living room carpet in my house!" You're right! Typically, the price of the carpet installed in your house was probably marked up so they can tell you the labor was free and it probably took them 1-2 hours to complete the job.  

Smaller boats can be completed in 1-2 days. Larger boats may take an extra day or two. Material other than carpet (such as Lonseal vinyl) may take longer as well. 

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