This 4th of July weekend, as you are getting your boat ready for a great time on the water, check to see if your rub rail is doing what it’s suppose to be doing – protecting your boat. If your rub rail needs replacing – now’s the time to evaluate it and plan how you go about replacing it. First is to find a company that makes a replacement rub rail for your boat. It just so happens that Taco Marine is the largest producer of rub rail and makes replacement rub rail for over 75 different boating companies – so that’s a good place to start.
Most important, make sure the rub rail you do end up buying is from a company that specializes in it and is known for quality production. Some companies use less expensive materials to hold down costs, but do you really want to replace your rub rail again – sooner rather than later? Do you really want to have your replacement rub rail look faded in a couple of years? The video to the right shows the pride our employees take in selecting the highest grade vinyl, and at the end of the manufacturing line we have a technician who measures the width in thousands of an inch! Why is that so important? Because when it comes time to install the rub rail, you want to have a consistent look and fit after putting your effort into the project.
Rub rail is one product where you want to buy the best quality because you are either going to take your valuable time to install it or pay someone else to – and you don’t want to be in the middle on an installation and have to return a product that just isn’t working and then have to start over. Just buy the best quality rub rail and the whole replacement process will be easier, and the end result will last much longer. Taco Marine’s five year warranty for rub rail is the ultimate support for your investment.
We can help you. Taco Marine has all types of rub rail; flexible, rigid, and semi-rigid vinyl, different colors, chrome and stainless steel rub rail, rub rail inserts, and even kits for doing-it-yourself, – and rub rail for over 75 different boat builders! Click here to go to the list of boat manufactures and the rub rail selection guide: http://tacomarine.com/cat–Rub-Rail-Selection-Guide–OEM-Rub-Rail-Replacement.html Also on that page is an Online Book that has everything you need to know about buying replacement rub rail, including tips for measuring, estimating, tools and supplies you’ll need. To find a store near you, click here.