A: Westland uses a heavy duty ¼” draw rope to achieve a tight fit with your cover, every time you use it. Unlike shock cord, which breaks down in the sun and can result in a ripped boat cover when you need it the most, the draw rope is going to maintain its integrity and keep your boat protected without loosening up with age or from the sun. This is just one of the many things Westland does to make sure you get a high quality, durable boat cover that you can rely on.

These covers will come with a draw rope sewn into the hem, allowing you to tighten the cover around the boat. Tie down loops are positioned throughout the hem of the cover, and a tie down kit is included for securing the cover to the trailer. Covers for boats with outboard motors will come with a separate or attached motor cover. Covers are reinforced at stress points and are perfect for all uses: storage, mooring, trailering, etc. Offered in Poly-Guard, Sun-DURA, and Sunbrella®, these covers are warrantied for 5-10 years depending on material.
Our detailed product knowledge and genuine desire to make our customers happy make us different. All calls placed will come directly to our location here in SC, and you can speak with one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives whenever you call! Here in the office we have Jada, Morgan, Faith, Heather, Susan, Jackie, Natalie, Marcia, Michelle and Shannon ready to assist you Monday-Friday from 9-5. Should you have any concerns or questions in your cover selection process, please give us a call! All of our sales representatives have the knowledge to determine which cover or Bimini top will be the best fit for your boat and which material will perform well for your conditions. We guarantee the fit and quality of all of our covers and have industry-best warranties.

Whether you store you pontoon indoors or outdoors, in your own back yard or in rented storage, a pontoon cover will ensure that your boat remains protected all year long. Pontoon boat covers defend against outdoor elements like rain, sun, snow and dirt, as well as indoor hazards like dust and clutter. Long term exposure to these elements can cause damage to both your boats interior and exterior. A pontoon boat cover is an inexpensive way to keep you boat ready to use, summer after summer.
A: Your Westland boat cover is made with high quality, mildew-resistant Sharkskin and Sunbrella fabrics, but mold and mildew are still inevitable in any marine environment. To keep your cover in top shape, we recommend regular cleaning and maintenance. Using a cleaning solution and retreating with water repellant once a year will help you avoid mildew growth and more time-consuming cleanings down the road.

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A: With many covers, what you see is what you get, but that isn’t the case with a Westland boat cover. We start with a solid foundation, high quality water-resistant polyester or acrylic material that offers good breathability and a long lifespan that makes the investment worth it. Unlike the cheaper covers you can find online, which are made of lightweight cotton-poly blend and nylon materials, your Sharkskin or Sunbrella Westland boat cover is going to have UV protection and fade resistance to make it last.

A: Your Westland boat cover is made with high quality, mildew-resistant Sharkskin and Sunbrella fabrics, but mold and mildew are still inevitable in any marine environment. To keep your cover in top shape, we recommend regular cleaning and maintenance. Using a cleaning solution and retreating with water repellant once a year will help you avoid mildew growth and more time-consuming cleanings down the road.
The elastic cord inside the hem of the cover lets you adjust its size for the perfect fit, and the 3 sets of straps keeps it secure. You can choose from three different sizes, including a 20-foot cover to fit a pontoon that measures between 17 to 30 feet long, a 24-foot cover for boats that are between 21 and 24 feet long and a 28-foot cover that will protect boats measuring between 25 and 28 feet.
In order to protect your boat and last the longest, you’ll need to select fabric for the specific use you have in mind. You need to consider where you’ll be storing your boat. If you’re going to be trailering your boat—how far? Just like good foul weather gear, the fabric your boat cover is made from needs to keep water out, but allow water vapor on the inside to escape. This will help prevent mold and mildew. If you live in the southern United States or a place where your boat will be regularly kept in harsh sunlight, you need fabric that’s highly resistant to UV light. If you’re going to be trailering your boat at highway speeds for long distances, tensile strength and abrasion resistance are important to withstand the unique strains the road will have upon the fabric.
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