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Old 06-29-2018, 04:38 AM
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Default Permateek

any feedback on this product or recommendations on a similar one?
Old 06-29-2018, 06:48 AM
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Looks to be like a very nice non-wood option. Plasteak is one I've been looking into. I would be interested in hearing of other options too. Or if anyone has a real teak floor installer.
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Bump, looking for opinions and reviews on this as well. The forums seem to be pretty sparse on it...
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Default I like it but $$$$$

I saw it at the boat show. Have been looking for years. THe multi color install where they vary the wood tone by strip - really looks sharp. Very realistic.

Local installer looks to be north of $100 / sq ft. Any comparable pricing out there?. HArd pass on the foam products and "patterns already in stock" for sea rays etc..

My Cockpit and salon are maybe 150 sq ft... with a few hatches ... 17,000 ...Teak would be cheaper.

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I had a flexiteak installer come out and measure my boat. Complete install $4500 for 60 sq feet... full borders which is the most expensive option. That’s Long Island pricing. Not saying it cant be more expensive somewhere else but I doubt it. I called plasdeck and they said $75/sq full instal was about avg as well. Plasdeck would provide DIY for $50/sq foot and you’d prob be into it for another $200 in materials.

the flexiteak guy also does marine mat. For full install of snap instead of stick on 3200 for same boat. Snap in more expensive than stick on.
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I've used the Plasteak and it holds up well. Just be careful not to cut it down too thin, (3/4" minimum) or it will warp and/or split. They stopped selling the thinner trim because of that.
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Plasteek was $40/sq ft installed from outfit in ft lauderdale last year. I provided the templates but they installed. 3 pieces with borders.

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