Remove and Replace teak deck with Fiberglass - 49' Grand Banks

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This customer had recently purchased this very nice Grand Banks, which unfortunately needed work on the deck, as well as some other changes, including new laundry center, TV cabinet, and other misc items. After investigating cost of new teak, as well as synthetic deck material, the decision was made to remove the old teak, repair underlayment as required, prime and paint deck with Dupont MS 600, and a polymeric non skid compound. Deck color was chosen to match current production Grand Banks
Original teak decks leaking badly and in poor condition
Original teak decks leaking badly and in poor condition
Removing original deck
Fiberglass deck under teak needed a great deal of repair, and removal of water from core
Fairing and filleting process
Post non skid paint, routing fiberglass for flush hinges
Finished fwd deck with flush hinges installed
Lower house, and transom was also painted

49' Grand Banks

1999 49 Grand Banks
This cruising couple bought this beautiful 1999 49' Grand Banks, which was in need of some general maintenance, as well as deck repair. The customer also chose to add some custom features including a washer/dryer/utility room. After careful consideration, it was decided that removal of the original teak deck and replacing it with a painted, nonskid, fiberglass deck was the best option for them. The later model deck paint scheme and color was selected for a more current look.

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