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Spring Is Almost Here


How exciting! I just checked my calendar and spring’s almost here!

What? Spring’s almost here? How can that be? It seems that we’re still recovering from endless holiday gatherings, shoveling every day and the only sailing happening within hundreds of miles is being done by guys wearing helmets and track spikes.

Well, maybe it’s still a ways off, but here in the Torresen Marine service department we’re preparing like spring is just around the corner. The TMI service staff is in the office preparing schedules, making repairs and discussing projects every day. One of our main objectives is preparing an accurate spring service schedule, but this can only be done if we know what has to be scheduled. All too often we receive an onslaught of calls only weeks before the sailing season starts, requesting what becomes an almost insurmountable amount of service orders. This spring “rush” is what sometimes overloads the service schedule and ultimately results in jobs being delayed, sometimes into our already short sailing season.

The best way for you to avoid the “rush” is to get your service requests in as early as possible. Not only does this significantly increase your chances of getting your work done on time; it allows us a better opportunity to give your boat the attention it deserves. The service department is staffed all winter and our technicians are available to help you answer any questions you may have. Schedule your work now and you’ll be ready to go sailing as soon as warm temperatures return.

So don’t wait, get your spring maintenance list figured out today. Contact the TMI service department and let us get your boat ready for the upcoming season.

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