{Stus-List} Canvas maker recommendations

Allan Rheaume allanrheaume at videotron.ca
Thu Jun 18 07:48:48 EDT 2009


Roger, Express your concerns to Dave at Quinte Canvas, he's a stand up guy and I'm almost positive that he would never leave any unhappy customers.

Allan Rheaume
Drumroll, Montreal
1988 30 Mk II
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Roger Ware 
  To: cnc-list at cnc-list.com 
  Sent: Thursday, June 18, 2009 7:14 AM
  Subject: {Stus-List} Canvas maker recommendations


  I wonder if the Lake Ontario sailors on this list have a solid recommendation for a canvas maker in the Kingston-Toronto general area. I would even go south of the border if I thought the product was worth it.  I need a new dodger + awning, wheel cover, furling headsail cover. Here are my impressions of the people I already know about:

   

  Quinte canvas Kingston:  very willing and works to a timeline, but strictly mediocre quality. Lost interest somewhat when he cut large holes (for lazy jacks) in the top of my $600 mainsail cover.

   

  Genco Toronto: tons of experience, nice designs, has a bit of a mass produced look, but might be the best choice.

   

  Island Canvas Toronto: I have heard some good things, but owner refuses to return phone calls, and only grudgingly answers emails. I have never seen any of their work.

   

  Any other ideas?

  Thank you.

  Roger Ware

  Kingston, ON

   



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