It just keeps coming. We did get propane delivered yesterday and with it on it's lowest setting my coffee is not freezing - however, I do have to drink it quickly.
The tide is still out to sea and the few boats we have left will have to wait til later in the week until tides return to normal (or at least a bit
below normal). We have turned our attention to service work again. We are still sending out our inspection reports to clients. We sometimes notice things that customers miss and it is important to bring it to their attention.
We have had several incidents of air conditioning drip pans overflowing. This is usually an easy fix and can protect your equipment from rusting and keep water from damaging the wood where it eventually ends up.
We are doing a bearing job on one boat and the shafts have been painted. In order for the shafts to be removed from the bearings and to be inserted into the new bearings the shafts need to be cleaned - which means removing all the old paint first. We frown on painting shafts although many customers seem to have them.
If you have varnish like this, for goodness sake do something with it even if you just strip it. It has no place on a nice boat.Did you know
If you have a GFI receptacle installed as the first receptacle in a string, all the receptacles are protected. You could also use a GFI breaker to protect them all.