If there’s one rule I live by, it’s the rule of ‘goodwill’. You treat your customers like family and they feel it. Then they tell their friends because you are always fair and keep your promises.
Palm City, FL (PRWEB) June 30, 2015
Outboard rebuild services can save a person more than 66% over buying a new engine. This is just one reason more boat enthusiasts are turning towards outboard rebuild providers like OutboardClinic.com. Now expanding to service the boating community internationally, they have launched a new, easy to navigate website to allow customers to save money in these tough economic times.
OutboardClinic.com provides services including 4 stroke head rebuilding and repair, lower unit rebuilding, powerhead outboard rebuilding, boring and resleeving. Customers will be able to repair their engine from top to bottom by simply removing the parts and shipping them to OutboardClinic’s Florida based machine shop. This ensures that customers are getting the same model part back, but in superior working order.
Outboard rebuilding is different than core exchange services, which makes a customer ship their engine part to receive a comparable replacement part. While somewhat lower cost than buying new parts, core exchange services often use parts that are not OEM to save themselves money. When a customer uses outboard rebuilding on a non-core exchange basis, as with OutboardClinic.com, they are receiving high quality OEM parts to ensure longer engine life and long-term reliability.
As outboard engines become more high-tech and complicated, the cost of maintenance and repair increases as well. While this is an era of more greater performance, a new host of mechanical problems are being noticed on 4 stroke engines. 4 stroke outboard engines are noted to have problems within the heads due to corrosion, and normal wear and tear breaks the parts down quicker than 2 stroke engines.
A new pair of 4 stroke heads can cost upwards of $5,000. Considering that, rebuilding the parts instead of buying new can save a boat owner thousands of dollars. It’s no wonder that more people are turning towards services like OutboardClinic.com. With this new expansion, OutboardClinic.com has even created a new outboard engine video.
With over 35 years of experience working on marine engines, the team behind OutboardClinic.com has a true passion for solving problems. The owner, Jerry Harris, carries a powerful philosophy that has helped build his business over the years.
Here’s what Jerry says about building relationships with customers, “If there’s one rule I live by, it’s the rule of ‘goodwill’. You treat your customers like family and they feel it. Then they tell their friends because you are always fair and keep your promises.”
Servicing world wide, Jerry can be contacted directly with any questions about outboard rebuilding with the contact information provided below and on the front page of his website.
For more information on OutboardClinic.com, contact them:
Telephone: (772) 521-2515
Fax: (772) 288-6519