Boating Service Providers List

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Written by Judy

On October 22, 2018

Boating Related Service Providers List

As the winter season approaches and boats start coming out of the water for the recreational season, we offer below a reprint of the service providers list compiled this spring.  We thought it might come in handy as people are getting their boats out of the water. If you have a recommendation to augment this list, please let the office know so the list may be updated.

This list is NOT an endorsement of any named provider by either the Lake Committee or the Association.  Boaters need to perform their own due diligence when selecting a contractor or service provider.

General boat/engine and trailer repairs:  Beaver’s Marine, Charley Beaver, 540.665.0611; Drippin’ Wet, Jennifer DeHaven, 540.542.9133; Jake’s Bait and Tackle, Jared Mounts, 540.723.4621

Put in/Take out services:  Beaver’s Marine, Charlie Beaver, 540.665.0611; Drippin’ Wet, Jennifer DeHaven, 540.542.9133; Jake’s Bait and Tackle, Jared Mounts, 540.723.4621

Boat cover, seat, and upholstery repairs:  Drippin’ Wet, Jennifer DeHaven, 540.542.9133; Lake Time Upholstery, Ruthie Spittler, 540.336.4043.

Dock installations/repairs:  Chris Harner, 540.931.5125 Deep Creek Docks, 301.387.8574.

Winterization services:  Beaver’s Marine, Charlie Beaver, 540.665.0611; Jake’s Bait and Tackle, Jared Mounts, 540.723.4621.

Shrink wrapping:  Drippin’ Wet, Jennifer DeHaven, 540.542.9133

The Lake Committee also wanted to remind members about the importance of regularly reviewing the Rules and Regulations of the Association.  Owners are expected to be familiarized with them and to ensure all renters and guests comply with them as well.  You can review them on the website http://lakeholidaycc.org/important-documents/ (new) and www.lakeholidaypoa.com (old).   After you sign in to the old site, go to the documents tab, then Rules and Regulations, and click on Policies, Rules, and Procedures.  Both websites are currently active.

~Lake Committee

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