The Case for Genuine SeaDek

Since introducing PE/EVA nonskid materials to the marine industry more than a decade ago, we have certainly seen our share of knock-off products. While they do come and go, we sympathize with boaters who were misinformed to believe that all marine non-skid is created equal. The fact is that SeaDek is carefully formulated to withstand the elements, utilizing specialized additives and UV-inhibitors to ensure our products perform and look great, year after year.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the multitude of look-alike products on the market today. While many of them appear very similar to Genuine SeaDek when new, the difference usually becomes clear after only a few months in the sun, as these products fade, breakdown, and begin to lift. The owner of this Bayliner 3587 Aft Cabin learned the hard way after installing a generic product on his swim platform. It didn’t take long for the pads to begin failing, which is when he contacted SeaDek Certified Fabricator Contemporary Marine Flooring for a Genuine SeaDek replacement. We love happy endings like this!

When it’s time to select your boat flooring, save yourself time, money, and headache by doing it right the first time with Genuine SeaDek.

Getting SeaDek for your boat is easier than ever! For custom installation at your home or dock, click here to find a SeaDek Certified Fabricator or Installer near you!

Rather do it yourself? Click here to get a quote from our Customer Advocate Team or here to shop our full line of DIY products!

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