Pompano Beach Boat Repair Firm, Iguana Marine, Offers Engine Oil Analysis

Pompano Beach boat repair company, Iguana Marine, offers free engine oil analysis to boat owners

Pompano Beach, United States - January 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Pompano Beach boat repair company, Iguana Marine, announced today that it is offering boat owners free engine oil analysis lab work. An engine’s oil is the lifeblood of the motor, and having a lab analyze the oil can help detect any abnormalities, such as small metal shavings, or water in the oil that can be a precursor to impending engine problems. Catching the problems early can mean the difference between repairing the the motors rather than having to replace the motors, or being stranded on the water if the motors fail.

Jon Lowell, founder of Iguana Marine, and his company have been servicing boats and yachts from Fort Lauderdale to Delray Beach. “We are unique in that we are ABYC Certified Master Technicians, and one of only a few companies in the area with all 7 certifications,” said Lowell. “We want to give boaters this engine oil analysis to encourage people to perform any preemptive maintenance needed on their boats’ motors, instead of having to do major repairs or replacements, later.”

The Fort Lauderdale area is known as the “Venice of America” due to its extensive canal system and interlinking waterways and is also the yachting capital of the world. Because of this, the boating community is exceptionally large, requiring a tremendous amount of service companies to meet the demand.

“I really appreciated Jon at Iguana Marine performing the engine oil analysis on my boat’s engines,” says Leigh Woeller, a customer of Iguana Marine. “They arrived soon after I called them and collected the engine oil sample from both motors and the generator, too. the lab report helped us identify and correct some minor issues, and let us know what we needed to keep an eye on in the future.”

For more information on Iguana Marine or its mobile boat and yacht services, please go to IguanaMarine.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Jon Lowell
Email: jon@IguanaMarine.com
Organization: Iguana Marine
Address: 2301 E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach, Fl. 33062, Pompano Beach, Florida 33062, United States
Phone: +1-561-779-7653

For more information, please visit http://IguanaMarine.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 287030

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