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May 2021
Zach's Boat Lift Service
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What You Should Stock Up On For Summer at the Lake
Summer is near, hallelujah! Before it is officially summer and you're spending your weekends at the lake, prepare yourself and get socked up on the things you need for some summer fun!
  • Sunscreen: This is #1 on the list for a reason! Sunscreen is so important and you want to make sure you have plenty of it for all the time you are going to be spending in the sun. Stock up on plenty of sunscreen so you don't run out when you want to spend time in the sun. Sprays, lotions, face sticks - have it all just in case!
  • Life Jackets: If you have younger kiddos there's a chance they have grown out of their life jackets from last year. Be sure to check these to make sure they fit. If they don't fit be sure to buy them new ones that fit them properly. We recommend Costco!
  • Ice Cream & Popsicles: What goes better with a warm summer day than popsicles or ice cream cones?! That's right, nothing! Stock up on lots of cool snacks so you can cool off on those hot days.
  • Fishing Lures: If you have a fisherman in the family be sure they have plenty of fishing lures, hooks, and everything else they may need to have a summer full of fishing. Want the live bait? Cabela’s has all the worms you could ever need.
  • S'mores Supplies: There is no such thing as too much s'mores supplies. If you and your family like campfires and s'mores grab some marshmallows, graham crackers, and chocolate to settle your tastebuds.
  • Board Games & Yard Games: Find some special board games for the days it may be raining. Also grab some yard games too!
Need to Make Your Dock Fashionable this Summer? We've Got You Covered!

A plain dock is a thing of the past! With so many options on special additions you can make for your dock, there is surely something you can't live without. 

Shop all things dock furniture, dock lights, umbrellas, fishing rod holders, dockside grills, ladders, and more on our website!

If you can't decide what you want, remember sometimes more is better when it comes to fun on the water!

Meet Our Team - Cristian Mcintire!

We’re beyond lucky to add our newest employee to our crew! He’s hard working, dedicated and has an exceptionally bright future ahead.

Meet our newest member of the crew, Christian Mcintire! Christian graduated from Conestoga High School in 2019 and is our most recent install assistant.

Prior to joining us, Cristian was an Apprentice Electrician at Big Red Lighting & Electrical Inc.

In his free time Cristian enjoys fixing up cars with his Dad and spending quaity time with his friends and family. Christian is motivated and always ready to learn new things and we’re grateful he joins us everyday and shares his talents with our team!

Stay Up to Date By Liking Us On Facebook!

We regularly post on our Facebook and share pictures of recent installs, tips and tricks for everything lake life, fun giveaways, and so much more. We don't want you to miss out on a thing, so be sure to give us a like on Facebook!

Memorial Day Water Safety Tips

As Memorial Day weekend creeps up on us, many families will be headed to spend the weekend on the lake. If you are one of these families, please be sure to do everything you can to be prepared and stay safe. 

Swim in Only Certain Areas
Never swim just wherever. Choose certain areas that are safe and not far out where boats will be driving by.

Wear Life Jackets
Even if someone is a good swimmer they should still wear a lifejacket. You never know what can happen and life jackets and protect you in case of an accident.

Use an Orange Flag When Pulling Skiers and Tubers
Whenever you are pulling someone behind the boat, always have an orange flag on board and a designated person to be in charge of putting it up when someone is down. This ensures other boaters know that someone is in the water and to stay clear.

Take a Boating Safety Course
Though you may think you know how to operate a watercraft, that is not always the case. Taking a boating safety course will ensure you know everything about water safety that you need to know. Children ages 14 and up are required to take a boating safety course if they plan to operate a watercraft. You can learn more about how and where to take a boating safety course here.

Stay safe this Memorial Day weekend! Share this article with a friend you may know of that is spending this busy weekend on the water to help prevent accidents!

*For more Memorial Day water safety tips, visit our blog

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