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Our patented system works by drilling small holes into the affected areas of your vessel. This allows extremely dry air to flow into those areas, initiating the drying process. Over the next week or two, we will monitor the drying progress and readjust the equipment as needed to ensure all areas dry evenly.

If we find areas that are not drying as well as others, we will target those specifically. Once the areas are thoroughly dry, we fill the drilled holes with either epoxy or structural marine foam, depending on your restoration needs. We will work with you to determine the best solution for your vessel’s restoration.

Our service is typically about half the cost of the lowest estimate you would receive for conventional cut-out-and-replace methods. This means you get BETTER results at a fraction of the price!

On average, our restoration process takes approximately 4 weeks, depending on the size of the area and the severity of the problem.

Our system is backed by over 14 years of experience, with thousands of successful applications. We are currently in our 7th generation of continuous improvement, ensuring reliable and effective results every time.

Wet, rot, and delamination issues vary on a case-by-case basis. Historically, 30% to 60% of cases saw no loss of value despite these issues.

We fill the drilled holes with epoxy or marine-grade structural foam, ensuring a strong and seamless repair.

Our restoration process ensures that there is no loss of structural integrity to your vessel.

Yes, our units are fully mobile and can be set up anywhere in the world!

A survey is not required, but it can be helpful. What we need are accurate moisture meter readings and a detailed map of the boat. This allows us to trace the path of water intrusion and assess the severity of the problem effectively.

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