Teak Deck Company at IBEX

Teak Deck Company at IBEX –  the International Boatbuilders Exhibition & Conference Teak Deck Company will be at IBEX, September 27th-29th 2022, Booth 3-2023  IBEX, Where Better Boats Begin (www.ibexshow.com), is the marine industry’s largest technical trade event in North America. IBEX is owned and produced by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (www.nmma.org) and RAI Amsterdam (www.rai.nl). IBEX brings together over 700+ exhibiting companies and 10,000 marine industry professionals to see the latest products and services on over 125,000 square feet…

Teak Deck Company at Marine Suppliers Expo

Teak Deck Company will be at the Marine Suppliers Expo, Pompano Beach, Florida, April 27-28 2022 at the Pompano Civic Center. Featuring: Up to 1,000 Refit Service Providers & Buyers (Covid Safe!) 85 Diversified Marine Supply & Services Exhibitors Special Offers, New Products/Services & Stimulus Packages Seminars, Special Giveaways & Industry Networking Saturation Trade Advertising Covering South Florida FREE ADMISSION, PARKING & SEMINARS (TRADE ONLY) Find out more at: https://marineandyachting.com/

Teak Deck Company at Palm Beach International Boat Show

Find us in the Clematis Tent #519 The 40th annual Palm Beach International Boat Show, March 24th-27th. Located along the waterfront and Flagler Drive in Downtown West Palm Beach, FL. The show will feature more than $1.2 billion worth of yachts and accessories, including hundreds of boats ranging from 8-foot inflatables to super yachts nearly 200 feet in length. Get outside and enjoy live music and refreshments at the show’s famous floating cocktail lounges. Guests are also invited to come…

Teak Deck Company at Miami International Boat Show

Teak Deck Company at the Miami International Boat Show – February 16-20, 2022 Teak Deck Company will be at the Miami International Boat Show, in Herald Plaza booth Numbers HP132 and HP133, premiering several new additions to their line of teak furniture, as well as promoting their primary product of teak decking and teak deck caulk. We look forward to seeing you at the event! The annual Miami International Boat Show is one of the most internationally attended and influential boat…

Teak Deck Company at the Stuart Boat Show

Teak Deck Company at the Stuart Boat Show Date: January 14 – 16, 2022 Tent 100, Booth 66 – The largest boat show on Florida’s Treasure Coast featuring over 175 local, national and international exhibitors displaying hundreds of boats in-water and on land. Many boat brands are represented at the show, including the latest models of motor yachts, cruisers, center consoles, speedboats, sport fishing boats, and pontoons ranging in size from 12 feet to over 90 feet in length. Additional…

Teak Deck Company at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show

Teak Deck Company will be at Bahia Mar booth #505 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. October 27th – 31st. The 62nd annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show will bring the ultimate in luxury yachts and cutting-edge marine technology, the largest in-water presence of boats and marine exhibits in the world. It will be a show-stopping event over the course of five days, including the return of the Superyacht Village, Windward VIP Club,and AquaZone, and the premiere of the…

Worn Out Seams And Plugs

Worn Out Seams And Plugs  – If your seams are worn to the point where caulking is gone and many screw heads are exposed, you will have to determine how much actual teak thickness is left. If the deck was originally 1/2 inch thick with 1/4 inch deep plugs, the remaining teak is only 1/4 inch thick. If seams and plugs have been failing for long time, or if the depth is too shallow for plugs, you should replace your…

Caulk Separating From Teak

Caulk Separating From Teak, Leaking Seams  – Leaking seams may just need some re-caulking – or in the worst cases, lead to the deck having to be re-done. Even small leaks or water penetration can be detected by hosing the deck and observing how it dries. Areas where the wood or a seam stays wet longer than deck around it should be carefully inspected for a possible problem. If water sits in a seam it should be re-caulked. Areas where the…

Loose or Missing Plugs Over Screw Heads

Loose or Missing Plugs Over Screw Heads  – This is probably one of the easiest problems to fix, but if it’s happening at the same time as the seams being worn out, you are facing a bigger re-caulking job. Let’s  assume your deck seams are still good – The first sign of a loose plug is a black ring around the plug, this is caused by mildew from water under the plug. Fix by drilling out the plug with an…