Protect and Maintain Your Battery When Not In Use

Every boat has batteries, but don't just let them sit there during extended periods of idle time! Many vessels in our Southwest Florida area are either stored on trailers, or dry-stored by seasonal residents for 7 to 8 months at a time. Take the batteries out, thoroughly clean them, lubricate metal terminals and bolts, charge them up, and store them somewhere safe. Understand settings like float charge, know how your battery reacts to temperatures, and make sure that your particular battery won't be damaged during off-season or extended-period storage. If you need assistance in planning for your boat's layup periods, call us today at #MarinerServicesInc. at (239)776-4253 for a no-obligation consultation!


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