At Custom Marine Carpentry providing top notch quality with unsurpassed punctuality is our nature. We know how difficult it may be to choose the right company for the project at hand but just know one thing, when we sit down to provide our customers with a quote for a potential project we make sure to provide you with the best possible price including the best materials on the market. Teak is a misunderstood product and when in the wrong hands can cause costly and unnecessary mistakes. That’s why at Custom Marine Carpentry our staff is trained in identifying Good quality teak VS. teak that does not live up to the industry standard. The teak decking material that we use on all of our projects (whether its a teak deck repair or a new teak deck) is quarter sawn teak also known as Vertical Grain Teak. Quatersawn Teak is essential in the teak
decking application for multiple reasons, not only is it beautiful, but its also helps keep the deck boards intact and prevents the boards from bowing/splitting. Plain sawn (also known as the flat grain) has a tendency of expanding with the grain of the wood, which in extended periods of exposure to the sun and moisture will ensure the inevitable bowing and splitting of your teak boards. Hand selecting all of our deck boards is a sure way to ensure our customers of top quality teak, only providing vertical grain slats with no knots, Wormholes, or splits, to guarantee a long lasting, Beautiful Teak Deck.
We go through the same process with all of the marine carpentry services that we provide. Constantly being in the field and having such a hands on crew gives us the upper hand in the sense that not only are we able to manage time appropriately (saving our customers money) but keeping tabs on our crew, making sure that our entire team is efficient and making the most out of our time is a huge benefit. It saves both parties on the financial aspect of things but it also cuts down on down time, making your experience pleasant and a remarkable one.