Jenks Craft Refresh:
The complete renovation process
1st July 2020
Check out this Jenks Craft transformation the team here at ALFAB recently got the chance to assist with. The original vessel was old, run-down and even had a rotting floor. After some much needed attention, our client ended up with a boat that looked like new.
When comparing the before and after shots, you can see the huge difference a bit of work can make to even the most run-down of boats. Renovating a boat can be a fun and rewarding process and it’s also a bonus when you get the chance to reuse and update rather than buying brand new.
We’ve documented the complete renovation process to help you better understand exactly how our client reached this end result.
The renovation stages:
Our client decided to start the process by first pulling out the rotting floors and adding in completely new strings for a brand new floor.
The transom was also removed and replaced with one that our client built to suit his needs.
After this, the old windscreen was removed and replaced with a wave breaker that the client built. The team at ALFAB supplied black powder coated frames with 8mm grey glass to be mounted into the wave breaker.
To finish off the project completely, a range of new electronics were installed, plus a fresh paint job.
Our client was extremely happy with the end result. As you can see from the before and after shots, this Jenks Craft was completely transformed over the course of a few renovation stages.
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