Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Time to winterize!

Unless you are a die hard fisher, its probably time to get your outboard or
sterndrive motor winterized.  Those of you in the Mid-West had better act
fast as the Mid-West is expecting a hard freeze in the next few days.  

So what are your options? 1) You can do it yourself or   2) you can
take your boat in for service.  Here are a few tips for you.

1)Have US Boatworks Winterize your boat for you:

Take the guess work out of it, sit back and let us do the work for you. 
You will be comfortable knowing we will do the job right.  US Boatworks
offers outstanding service and very knowledgeable staff.  Tim, Ron and Mike
are amazing and know your boat and parts inside and out.  Plus they love
what they do and take pride in  it.  We have seen many customers from
the old Bruce Marine this year.  They are happy with the service at US
Boatworks and promise to come back in years to come.  You can read more
about our happy customers throughout this blog. 

Before coming down with your boat, please call 913-342-0011, to make sure we can
get to your boat before the freeze.  We will make every attempt to take
care of all the customers who call us.  Our lot is filling up quick.

2) Winterize your boat yourself:

US Boatworks caters to the do-it-yourselfer.  Fell free to use our
page assist you in winterizing your motor then get your parts and oil
from US Boatworks.  We know what your motor needs and can assist you in
getting the right parts.  If you need a manufacturer

boat motor service manual
, we stock those too.

To check our inventory, contact Tim or Mike at US Boatworks at 913-342-0011
email us at We
welcome the opportunity to help you in your boat parts search.

Happy boating.

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