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If you are looking for a BOAT Shop who cares
you have found the RIGHT PLACE.
Over the past 30 plus years we have been
solving Boat Repair Problems.
Our GOAL is to repair your Boat in
5 days after you approve the repair.
We also work with most
Insurance Companies, if you have damaged your Boat
by striking something underwater.
Just bring it to Heritage and we will prepare a estimate for
your Insurance company
Heritage will handle the claim for you and
GET YOU BACK ON THE WATER.
You need parts for your Boat maintenance and repair projects, that's a given. You may also need hard-to-find tools, friendly advice, or maybe even a little encouragement. We've been in the parts business since the beginning. Heritage Marine has almost everything you need for Do It Yourself Boat and Engine repair projects. Heritage handles parts from BRP for Johnson and Evinrude Engines along with Mercury Outboard and Mercruiser parts, including oil, filters, trailer parts including bearings, hubs, and much, much more. To assist you looking up BRP Johnson / Evinrude Parts use the BRP Button.
Heritage can supply you the parts you need for your next repair project. Just find your engine serial number and your engine model number and give Brian a call. He will assist you finding the parts you need for your Mercury and Brp Engine. We can supply you with parts from Mercury and BRP and SIERRA. There is no freight charges for orders picked up in our shop. If needed we can ship your parts to you home for the normal UPS Charge. To assist you look up parts click on the following button for EPC Programs
Currently we have over 600 different Propellers and other items listed in our EBAY Store. If you would like to pick up your Prop in our store just call
815-726-4400 and order it. We will call you when your purchase is ready for pick up. We do not stock all props in the store, please allow 2 Business Days for shipment to our store and we will call you.
Currently we are offering a 10% service labor discount on all work orders written through February 30 2019. You can get the work projects you have been thinking about completed prior to next season and save a little MONEY.. Just give Brian a call and he will set up the scheduled date for you to bring your Boat to our shop.
When the snow melts and the smell of charbroiled meat fills the air, it’s time to get your boat ready for spring. Whether you’re planning on floating down the river, bobbing on the bayou or sailing the seven seas, follow these tips from highly rated boating experts.
1. Wash away the winter. the start of spring is a good time to wax, wash and detail your boat. “It’s a good time to get the grunge from winter cleaned off,” he says.
2. Use the right products. you shouldn’t use non-marine cleaners on your boat. Products designed for automobiles can damage your boat’s vinyl or canvassing.
3. Clear the bilge. Rain and melted snow can seep into the bilge. You’ll want to pump that water out before you float your boat.
4. Charge your battery. You should ensure your battery has a strong charge before you hit the water. Otherwise, you might be up the creek without a paddle.
5. Do a safety check. According to Brian, this is the time to check all your navigation lights, the boat’s horn and all safety equipment, such as your life jackets and first aid kit. Take the time to make sure all the required gear is on the boat
6. Get the boat serviced. Brian says most people change their boat’s oil and get an outdrive service done once a year. He recommends changing the motor’s oil every 50 hours of use or every other year, whichever comes first.
7. Check your registrations. Brian also says you should make sure you have all current stickers on your boat. Registration laws very by state, but some states, like Siems’ home state of Missouri, require you to register your boat, trailer and the motor.
8. Examine your trailer. If you’re going to use a trailer, Brian says you should check all the lights and make sure you have properly inflated tires before you hit the road.
9. Avoid that sinking feeling. Finally, Brian says if you took your drain plug out during winterization, put it back in to avoid sinking the boat.
If you have any service items please remember to give Brian a call and he can set up a convenient time for you to bring your Boat in for service required.
IT IS OUR GOAL to GET YOU ON THE WATER...
LETS GO BOATING......
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