When the sailing season tapers off in the Fall, our shrink wrap season begins! Our sister company, Moriches Island Shrink Wrap, can shrink wrap sail boats, motor boats, patio furniture and more. Protect your investments and skip the headache of dealing with a blue tarp all winter. You name it, we'll wrap it! We guarantee all of our work- if there is any issue with a wrap, we'll come by in the middle of the winter to take care of it. We always add vents and moisture absorbers when necessary so that your boat or furniture is free of mildew in the Spring. Boats typically start at $15/ft, although very small boats may be slightly less. The cost of shrink wrapping patio furniture depends on what you have, but our minimum is $150 and most jobs cost between $225 and $350. Please use the button to the right to send us an email and we will reply with a quote.
If you're interested in an estimate, please send us an email that includes your name, phone number, address and photos of what you'd like shrink wrapped. We'll get back to you within 24 hours.
Before we come to a job, we've given an estimate based on photos or stopping by. It's ok with us if you aren't home when we're working, but if it's your first time wrapping with us, we prefer that you're home or available for a phone call in case we need to clarify what you'd like wrapped or where you'd like the wrap to be located. There's no need for you to arrange your furniture for us.
We arrange the furniture into a rectangle and create a peak so that rain and snow run off. We're careful with delicate items and glass tables. Then we measure the dimensions and cut a piece of shrink wrap.
Next, we place the shrink wrap over the furniture, create folds at the corners, then heat weld the folds together.
We trim around the edges where there is excess material, then run polyester strapping around the edge of the wrap. Notice that the wrap is open underneath, which allows it to breathe. Other companies fully enclose the wrap, which often leads to headaches in the Spring. The smallest hole or slightest bit of moisture and everything can be dirty, damaged or destroyed over the winter. Our unique metho
This photo looks quite similar to the last one, but if you look closely, you'll see that we've heat welded the strapping inside of the shrink wrap along the edges on the ground.
After the strapping is heated in, it's tucked under the legs and sides of the furniture that's along the outside of the wrap. Once it's tucked, we pull the strapping tight and tie it off.