Types of wraps

White shrink wrap, Blue shrink wrap and clear shrink wrap

  • boat shrink winterization

    White shrink wrap s the color that works best for most shrink wrapping application. We have a large choice of mil widths to cover almost any item. White reflects warmth and stays tight in all weather conditions which make it an ideal transportation cover. In the white reflects heat it keeps whatever is bottom the shrink wrap more of a constant temperature. There by minimizing condensation and moisture build up.

  • boat shrink winterization

    Blue shrink wrap is generally used in snow load areas. It absorbs heat which helps any accumulated snow to slide off the shrink wrap covers. Its heat absorption capabilities make it a less than desirable product for warm climates where it can overheat the products under the covers. It will also loosen up in hot conditions which means it can move and chafe on itself and is not good for use as a transportation cover.

  • boat shrink winterization

    Clear shrink wrap is used to cover greenhouses make boat covers for brokerage boats and live aboard. The advantage of clear is that you can see through it, the disadvantage is that sun penetrating the covers can accentuate the buildup of moisture under the cover. Care must be taken to ventilate clear shrink wrap covers or put desiccants under the shrink wrap. Our entire premium shrink wrap is made of 100% virgin resin materials.

Heat shrinks and packaging layer are the best components of our services

Heat shrink boat wrap is widely used for packaging, storage and transport of boats and smaller equipment. White shrink boat wrap with ultra violet resistance. The measure up and over the width of the boat including everything that will be shrink wrapped and down the other side of the boat about 8.5" or more will be wrapped. When the boating season is winding down, it’s time to start thinking about protecting your valuable recreational asset. The time and effort you spend now will have a definite effect on your boat's performance, or lack of it, and certainly save you time, effort and money come spring. You should remember that your insurance policy may not cover damage done by lack of maintenance or neglect. The best place for your boat to be during the winter is out of the water, under cover, in a climate controlled boat storage area. This can be expensive. If we don't have this option perhaps you should consider shrink wrapping your boat. This may be a little expensive but provides a very defending cover. Short of these two items, make sure that your boat is well covered with a tarp or some other sturdy cover. Your first step in winterizing should be to make a checklist of all items that need to be accomplished. Check the owner's manual of both your boat and motor for manufacturer's recommendations on winterization. If you are a new boat owner, perhaps you should employ the assistance of a friend with experience in winterizing or hire a professional to do the job.