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  • Drop off details
    We repair poly, epoxy, carbon fiber and fiberglass materials on Surfboards, SUP, Downwinders, Kayaks, Canoes and Soft tops. We prefer de-waxed boards. It keeps us more efficient and find dings that could be under the wax. The board doesn't need to be spotless; wax residue is ok! Please note, we can only accept 2 boards per customer! Please remove fins and leashes when possible.
  • How long will it take to repair my board?
    Normal lead times are 1 to 2 weeks. Please note, when the shop becomes extremely busy (70+ boards in the schedule), our lead times can be up to 3 to 4 weeks. If you need the board in 5 days or less, we have a rush service. Water or moisture in a board can also delay the process, especially with Epoxy (EPS foam boards). We will let you know as soon as possible if your board has water in it. Call ahead to confirm our current turn around times.
  • How will I know when my board is finished?
    When your board is ready, you will receive an automated text confirming status and balance due. You can schedule your pick up date with the link in the text.
  • How can I pay?
    We accept all forms of payment: Cash, cards, Zelle, VENMO, PayPal and checks. Payments are made at the time of pick up.
  • Do you repair SUPs or large surf craft?
    Yes, we repair SUPs, prone boards, surf skis and kayaks. Please note, we can only accept 1 board per customer.
  • Is it a ding?
    On epoxy boards, fill a spray bottle soapy water. If the spot blows a bubble it means water can get in it and it's a ding!
  • How can I keep my board in good shape?
    Look over the rails and bottom of your board after a surf session. Dewax your board and check for dings or cracks every couple of months. Check for soft spots and do the fingernail test. If your nail catches when you run it across a spot, it may take in water.
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