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Old 06-16-2012, 07:11 PM   #1
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Default New Replacement Curtains - MHC area?

Anyone know of a good local shop that does great work for replacement Curtains with Eisenglass in the Morehead City, NC area?
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Old 06-16-2012, 08:51 PM   #2
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Someone may fit the bill for you in MHC and hopefully so, (I fish out of there, TI, WB, CB) but if not, RNR-Marine out of Mt. Pleasant SC just cut new t-top canvas for me and also replaced the vinyl in my spray shield. I couldn't have asked for better work or a quicker turnaround on the job.

I put my canvas in the mail to them on a Friday and it was back to me the next Wednesday. They knew I was going fishing the following weekend and needed it, but they didn't know me from Methuzula.

My bill was right around $425 for new t-top canvas and front vinyl replacement (and zipper) on my spray shield.

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Thanks Knot, but looking for someone local to drop off boat and have them do the work and ensure fit. I can take it to A&J Canvas which are the folks that do the work for Grady, but not as convenient as I would like it. So hoping someone has some experience with someone in MHC area.
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Feedback to any others looking in this area. I priced one of the local recommended shops and they were way too high! Same materials that A&J uses.
Called A&J and really liked talking with them and will be taking the boat up to them in a few weeks to get the job done.

Will use Sunbrella, 40ga Strataglass, and large smiles on the sides to rollup and get air. Seems most recommend the Strata due to clarity and higher scratch resistance.
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