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28" Corner Pontoon Boat Seats   $319.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon boat seats with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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55" Pontoon Boat Seats   $419.99
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Premium Quality Pontoon Boat Furniture You Can Afford. (5-Year Warranty)

  • With 19 inches of seat cushion depth our Premium pontoon boat seats provide all-day comfort with the largest, most plush pontoon seats available.
  • A mix of different density foam, our soft touch vinyl and double-top-stitch seams provide unmatched comfort, durability, and beauty.
  • 100% plastic-framed pontoon furniture with stainless steel hardware. We don't hide wood under our upholstery! Our pontoon seats will never rot.
  • Our 55" pontoon boat seats use a pair of 27.5" plastic bases, which provides maximum support across the large seat cushion and two separate areas for storage.
  • Drain channels are molded underneath and inside all bases on our pontoon furniture. This ensures that water can escape your deck and never pools in your seat.

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats (Quality Story)

Our DeckMate® pontoon furniture stands out because we build it with better materials, and back up our quality with a 5-year warranty. You know you're getting the highest quality pontoon boat seats because no other manufacturer will match that guarantee. And since we design, build, and sell our pontoon seats directly, we can offer superior furniture at affordable prices.

What's our difference?

  • Our Premium pontoon boat seats use plush, pillowed seat cushions with a mixture of soft and dense marine foam for all-day comfort. We use double-top & standard-top stitching on all stress points, so you never need worry about torn seams. Our pontoon boat seats look new longer! 
  • Our pontoon boat seats will last. The quality of the vinyl used on your pontoon boat seats won't matter if your seams tear or rot. That's why we use the best UV & mildew treated polyester thread. SunStop® thread (click for info) is designed specifically for the outdoors. Many pontoon furniture manufacturers use the same nylon thread used in office furniture because it's cheaper, but this thread will not last longer than 3 years in the sun.
  • 30oz marine-grade seat vinyl is coated and treated with antimicrobial agents and UV stabilizers to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance. This is one of the most important features of our pontoon seats. When you see aftermarket pontoon furniture that has mildewed or begun to crack prematurely, it's often because the manufacturer used poor quality vinyl to keep costs low. This won't happen to our pontoon boat seats. With top-quality treated vinyl, you won't need to replace them after 3 years.
  • Our pontoon boat seat cushions are built with a mix of soft and dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most. Our Premium pontoon boat seats are built with thicker, softer seat cushions.
  • The fully enclosed plastic bases used on our pontoon boat seats have molded drain channels designed into them to increase the life of your pontoon's deck. When water is allowed to escape your deck quickly, instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking, the lifespan of your flooring greatly increases.
  • No wood! All of our pontoon furniture frames are plastic. We use injection-molded plastic seat cushion frames and rotationally molded plastic seat bases.
  • High-grade stainless steel hardware and staples are used on our pontoon seats, along with t-nuts, which are inserted into the plastic bases to secure each pontoon seat cushion.

We think you'll love the quality of our pontoon boat seats, and we appreciate the opportunity to serve you!

Warranty

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide you with quality products and the best customer service. Quality and excellent service are our top priority!

  • Industry leading warranty - 5 year full replacement on any defective pontoon furniture. No other pontoon boat seat manufacturer offers this level of service because no other manufacturer uses the same quality of materials.
  • If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues, we will pay to return and replace your pontoon boat seats immediately.
  • We pay all costs associated with any damaged or defective seating. There is never any cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your pontoon boat, the buyer is covered. If you're a second owner, just provide us with the original owner's name or order number.

You're making a big investment with your time and money when you choose to restore a pontoon boat. Making sure all of our customers know we will support them after the sale is important to us. We will take care of any problems you have quickly and at no cost to you, as we personally warranty everything we sell.

Our History

PontoonStuff® was founded on the idea that rebuilding a pontoon boat should be affordable and that you shouldn't need a payment to get that new boat feeling. With factory-grade pontoon furniture, flooring, and parts, we make it affordable to have a great-looking pontoon boat again!

Here are some quick facts about us:

  • We've been in business since 2005, and have helped over 200,000 customers fix up their pontoons. We sell to an average of 35,000 new customers per year.
  • We sell more replacement pontoon boat seats than all other marine retailers combined, and focus on offering everything you need for your pontoon restoration.
  • Designing, building, and selling our pontoon boat seats directly gives us a big advantage: We can invest more in quality because we control the entire process. 
  • All products are stocked and shipped from our facilities in Elkhart, IN and Dalton, GA.

Before building our own DeckMate brand of pontoon furniture in 2012, we sold nearly every brand of replacement pontoon seating, so we understand what makes a high-quality seat. Because of our experience with other seat brands, we knew where to focus our efforts in order to offer superior quality pontoon boat seats.

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38" Pontoon Boat Seats   $319.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon boat seats with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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28" Pontoon Boat Seats   $279.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon boat seats with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Stainless steel hardware. Only 316 stainless steel fasteners & staples are used on our pontoon boat seats.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Premium Left Pontoon Boat Seat Arm   $89.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Our plush, pillowed pontoon seating features quality double-top stitching, for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! We only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread, because the quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot.
  • Treated and coated! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • We use no wood! DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts. Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. 

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

We cover your shipping! Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues, we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything.

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat, the buyer is covered; just provide us with an original order number.
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Premium Right Pontoon Boat Seat Arm   $89.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Our plush, pillowed pontoon seating features quality double-top stitching, for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! We only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread, because the quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot.
  • Treated and coated! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • We use no wood! DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts. Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. 

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

We cover your shipping! Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues, we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything.

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat, the buyer is covered; just provide us with an original order number.
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Left Lean Back Pontoon Seats   $249.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon seating with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Right Lean Back Pontoon Seats   $249.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon seating with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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30" Bow Radius Pontoon Seats   $319.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon boat seats with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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36" Large Radius Pontoon Seats   $369.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon boat seats with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Flip Flop Pontoon Boat Seats   $319.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon boat seats with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon boat seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Premium Pontoon Boat Console   $249.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon furniture with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Premium Large Pontoon Console   $349.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Our plush, pillowed pontoon seating features quality double-top stitching, for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! We only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread, because the quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot.
  • Treated and coated! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • We use no wood! DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts. Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. 

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

We cover your shipping! Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues, we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything.

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat, the buyer is covered; just provide us with an original order number.
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Pontoon Boat Bucket Seats   $219.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon seating with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Folding Pontoon Boat Seats   $79.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon seating with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Premium Portable Pontoon Cup Holders   $39.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Plush, pillowed pontoon seating with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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28" Corner Pontoon Seats   $269.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Classic Left Pontoon Boat Seat Arm   $89.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • An instant Classic. Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • UV and mildew? No problem! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • We use no wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Great customer service is our business. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us, and we will take care of everything.

  • Our industry-leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • Our warranty is 100% transferable - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Classic Right Pontoon Boat Seat Arm   $89.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • An instant Classic. Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • UV and mildew? No problem! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • We use no wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Great customer service is our business. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us, and we will take care of everything.

  • Our industry-leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • Our warranty is 100% transferable - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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38" Pontoon Boat Seats   $259.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.

  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.

  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.

  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.

  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.

  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.

  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.

  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.

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28" Pontoon Boat Seats   $229.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Flip Flop Pontoon Boat Seats   $269.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Left Lean Back Pontoon Seats   $239.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Right Lean Back Pontoon Seats   $239.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Classic Pontoon Boat Console   $249.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Classic Large Pontoon Console   $349.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • Plush, pillowed pontoon furniture with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • An instant Classic. Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • UV and mildew? No problem! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • We use no wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Great customer service is our business. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us, and we will take care of everything.

  • Our industry-leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • Our warranty is 100% transferable - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Pontoon Boat Bucket Seat   $219.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Folding Pontoon Boat Seats   $79.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.
  • No wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Our success is tied directly to our ability to provide good customer service. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us and we will take care of everything. 

  • Industry leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • 100% transferable warranty - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Classic Portable Pontoon Cup Holders   $39.99

Classic Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • An instant Classic. Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • UV and mildew? No problem! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • We use no wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Great customer service is our business. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us, and we will take care of everything.

  • Our industry-leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • Our warranty is 100% transferable - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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Premium Package Large Pontoon Console   $349.99

Premium Pontoon Boat Seats.

  • Our pontoon seats will last! The quality of your vinyl and foam won't matter if your seams tear or rot that's why we only use the best UV and mildew treated polyester thread.
  • Plush, pillowed pontoon furniture with quality double top stitching for that new boat look.
  • An instant Classic. Classic pontoon furniture uses superior quality materials in a more affordable style.
  • UV and mildew? No problem! Our 30 oz marine grade seat vinyl is coated and treated to exceed industry standards for UV and mildew resistance.
  • Each foam pontoon boat seat cushion is built with a mix of soft & dense foam to give you support and comfort where it matters most.
  • We use no wood! Enclosed plastic seat bases for storage and high impact plastic seat cushion frames will never rot or break. DeckMate® pontoon furniture has a lifetime warranty on all frame parts.
  • Seat bases with molded drain channels increase the life of your pontoon flooring by allowing water to escape your deck instead of being trapped and left to soak into your carpet and decking.

PontoonStuff® Quality Promise

Great customer service is our business. If your pontoon boat furniture arrives with any defects or quality issues we will pay to return and replace your seating immediately. Simply contact us, and we will take care of everything.

  • Our industry-leading warranty - 3 year full replacement of any defective pontoon furniture.
  • We pay all shipping costs associated with any defects or warranty, no cost to you.
  • Our warranty is 100% transferable - if you sell your boat the buyer is covered, just provide us with an original order number.
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4 Step Pontoon Boat Ladders (Large Handrails & Steps)   $129.99

Easier to board thanks to large handrails and bigger steps.

No more struggling to climb out of the water! The large handrails and deep steps on these pontoon boat ladders makes it easy to board your pontoon boat.

Key Benefits

  • 16" tall handrails give you plenty to hold onto while boarding.
  • 16" wide steps, 18" overall width of ladder.
  • 5-1/2" deep steps are comfortable and the biggest available.
  • Satin anodized aluminum looks great and will not corrode. 
  • Thick walled 1" square tubing will support up to #350.
  • Quick release hook style mounting hardware makes using your ladder easy.
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5 Step Pontoon Boat Ladders (Large Handrails and Steps)   $159.99

Easier to board thanks to large handrails and bigger steps.

No more struggling to climb out of the water! The large handrails and deep steps on these pontoon boat ladders makes it easy to board your pontoon boat.

Key Benefits

  • 16" tall handrails give you plenty to hold onto while boarding.
  • 16" wide steps, 18" overall width.
  • 5-1/2" deep steps are comfortable and the biggest available.
  • Satin anodized aluminum looks great and will not corrode. 
  • Thick walled 1" square tubing will support up to #350.
  • Quick release hook style mounting hardware makes using your ladder easy.
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16oz 8' Pontoon Carpet Kits   $289.99
NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

Everything To Replace Your Flooring But The Plywood!

Pontoon boat carpet kits come with the carpet you need plus parts and accessories that will make your flooring project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

What's In The 16 oz Pontoon Carpet Kit

  • 16 oz standard, marine-grade pontoon boat carpet (select your size above).
  • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 30' kits include 3 gallons).
  • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
  • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
  • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
  • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

Installation Tips

  1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
  2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
  3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
  4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
  5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

    Value Priced Pontoon Boat Carpet

    • 16 oz pontoon carpeting is our thinnest but it's a great value.
    • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
    • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
    • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

    Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

    • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down to your boat's deck

    Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

    Boat Carpet Specifications

    • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
    • Denier:  2600
    • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
    • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

    Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

    • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
    • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
    • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
    • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.
    • One gallon covers an 8-1/2' x 12' area on your pontoon deck.

    Care & Maintenance

    Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

    How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

    • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

    Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

    A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

    If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

    Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

    By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

    Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

    Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

    A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

    To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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    20oz 8'6" Pontoon Carpet Kits   $339.99
    NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

    Everything To Replace Your Flooring But The Plywood!

    Pontoon boat carpet kits come with the carpet you need plus parts and accessories that will make your flooring project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

    What's In The 20 oz Pontoon Carpet Kit

    • Durable, 20 oz cut pile marine grade pontoon boat carpet (select your size above).
    • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 30' kits include 3 gallons).
    • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
    • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
    • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
    • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

    Installation Tips

    1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
    2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
    3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
    4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
    5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

      Comfortable & Durable Pontoon Carpeting

      • 20 oz pontoon carpeting is an outstanding value and is comfortable & durable.
      • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
      • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
      • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

      Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

      • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down to your boat's deck

      Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

      Boat Carpet Specifications

      • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
      • Denier:  2600
      • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
      • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

      Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

      • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
      • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
      • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
      • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.
      • One gallon covers an 8-1/2' x 12' area on your pontoon deck.

      Care & Maintenance

      Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

      How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

      • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

      Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

      A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

      If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

      Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

      By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8'6" x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

      Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

      Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

      A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

      To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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      24oz 8'6" Pontoon Carpet Kits   $359.99
      NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

      Everything To Replace Your Flooring But The Plywood!

      Pontoon boat carpet kits come with the carpet you need plus parts and accessories that will make your flooring project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

      What's In The 24 oz Pontoon Carpet Kit

      • 24 oz super premium pontoon boat carpet (select your size above).
      • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 30' kits include 3 gallons).
      • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
      • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
      • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
      • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

      Installation Tips

      1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
      2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
      3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
      4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
      5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

        Super Premium Pontoon Boat Carpet

        • 24 oz pontoon carpeting is our most comfortable & durable non-patterned boat carpet.
        • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
        • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
        • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

        Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

        • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down to your boat's deck

        Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

        Boat Carpet Specifications

        • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
        • Denier:  2600
        • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
        • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

        Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

        • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
        • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
        • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
        • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.
        • One gallon covers an 8-1/2' x 12' area on your pontoon deck.

        Care & Maintenance

        Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

        How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

        • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

        Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

        A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

        If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

        Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

        By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8'6" x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

        Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

        Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

        A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

        To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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        24oz 8'6" Pontoon Carpet Kits
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        3/4" Marine Grade Plywood   $95.00

        Choose between 8' and 8-1/2' wide CCA treated marine grade plywood.

        This CCA treated marine grade plywood has a B face and C bottom.  The top is sanded smooth but may have small knots and the bottom will have unfilled voids.  This does not effect the durability of the plywood, it just may not look as nice as you expect. These superficial blemishes will not effect the lifetime warranty on the plywood, it will be covered by carpet.

        CCA treated plywood does not need to be coated or treated before installation and has 7 plys that have been pressed and glued together then kiln dried, it will not warp or rot.

        This plywood is distributed through Huttig Corporation and is the same plywood used on all 2014 Bennington and South Bay pontoon boats.  

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        3/4" Marine Grade Plywood
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        Bayside 16oz 8'6" Boat Carpet   $10.99

        8'6" W Pontoon Boat Carpet Sold By The Foot

        • Value priced, 16 oz cut pile marine grade pontoon boat carpet.
        • Enter the number of feet needed in quantity box. (Every 1 quantity is 1 foot.)
        • 10 Foot Minimum.

        Replacing More Than Just Your Pontoon Carpet?

        PontoonStuff® created the idea of Pontoon Carpet Kits and Deck Kits to make your project easier. If you need more than just carpeting and plan on replacing your pontoon boat's deck, check out our Kits below:

            Value Priced Marine Grade Carpet

            • Our thinnest pontoon boat carpet but still a great value.
            • The higher the ounce or weight of the boat carpet the more durable & comfortable.
            • The carpet weight tells you how densely stitched the carpet fibers are.
            • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz

            Rubber Backed Pontoon Carpet

            • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down.

            Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

            Pontoon Boat Carpet Specifications

            • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
            • Denier:  2600
            • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
            • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

            Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

            • All Bayside pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
            • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration to your carpet.
            • Our pontoon carpet is designed to be glued completely to your pontoon's deck.
            • If you do not use the recommended amount of glue your carpet will not stick.
            • Use 1 gallon of glue for every 8'6" x 12' area of deck on your pontoon boat.

            Care & Maintenance

            Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your pontoon boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

            How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

            • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

            Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

            A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

            If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

            Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

            By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8'6" x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

            Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

            Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

            A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

            To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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            Bayside 20oz 8'6" Boat Carpet   $13.99

            8'6" W Pontoon Boat Carpet Sold By The Foot

            • Durable 20 oz cut pile marine grade pontoon boat carpet.
            • Enter the number of feet needed in quantity box. (Every 1 quantity is 1 foot.)
            • 10 Foot Minimum.

            Replacing More Than Just Your Pontoon Carpet?

            PontoonStuff® created the idea of Pontoon Carpet Kits and Deck Kits to make your project easier. If you need more than just carpeting and plan on replacing your pontoon boat's deck, check out our Kits below:

                Outstanding Value, Quality Pontoon Carpet

                • Excellent quality, durable and comfortable mid-grade pontoon boat carpet.
                • The higher the ounce or weight of the boat carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                • The carpet weight tells you how densely stitched the carpet fibers are.
                • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz

                Rubber Backed Pontoon Carpet

                • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down.

                Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

                Pontoon Boat Carpet Specifications

                • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                • Denier:  2600
                • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

                • All Bayside pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration to your boat carpet.
                • Our pontoon carpet is designed to be glued completely to your pontoon's deck.
                • If you do not use the recommended amount of glue your carpet will not stick.
                • Use 1 gallon of glue for every 8'6" x 12' area of deck on your pontoon boat.

                Care & Maintenance

                Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your pontoon boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

                • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

                Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

                By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8'6" x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                Bayside 20oz 8'6" Boat Carpet
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                Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.







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                Bayside 24oz 8'6" Boat Carpet   $14.99

                8'6" W Pontoon Boat Carpet Sold By The Foot

                • Super Premium 24 oz cut pile marine grade boat carpeting.
                • Enter the number of feet needed in quantity box. (Every 1 quantity is 1 foot.)
                • 10 Foot Minimum.

                Replacing More Than Just Your Pontoon Carpet?

                PontoonStuff® created the idea of Pontoon Carpet Kits and Deck Kits to make your project easier. If you need more than just carpeting and plan on replacing your pontoon boat's deck, check out our Kits below:

                    Our Finest Non-Textured Pontoon Carpet

                    • Extremely durable and comfortable, our best cut pile pontoon boat carpet.
                    • The higher the ounce or weight of the boat carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                    • The carpet weight tells you how densely stitched the carpet fibers are.
                    • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz

                    Rubber Backed Pontoon Carpet

                    • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down.

                    Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

                    Pontoon Boat Carpet Specifications

                    • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                    • Denier:  2600
                    • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                    • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                    Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

                    • All Bayside pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                    • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration to your carpet.
                    • Our pontoon carpet is designed to be glued completely to your pontoon's deck.
                    • If you do not use the recommended amount of glue your carpet will not stick.
                    • Use 1 gallon of glue for every 8'6" x 12' area of deck on your pontoon boat.

                    Care & Maintenance

                    Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your pontoon boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                    How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

                    • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                    Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                    A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                    If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

                    Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

                    By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8'6" x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                    Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                    Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                    A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                    To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                    Bayside 24oz 8'6" Boat Carpet
                    Flooring Options
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                    Boat Carpet Glue   $29.99

                    Specifically formulated to work with rubber backed, marine-grade pontoon boat carpet and marine grade vinyl flooring. Each gallon covers an 100sf or an 8'6" x 12' section. If you try to use less glue than is recommended your glue will not bond to the carpet or vinyl and it will come up; create wrinkles, lines or bubbles across your pontoon's deck. 

                    NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                    Q:  Why do I need to use marine carpet glue?

                    A:  It is very important to use the proper type of carpet adhesive when you are working with marine-grade, rubber backed boat carpet.  All marine carpeting uses a special weather resistant backing that can be damaged by most harsh adhesives.  If you do not use a glue that is formulated for marine or indoor outdoor carpeting you run the risk of ruining the backing on your carpet.  Harsh adhesives will eat and destroy the back of marine-grade carpeting.  If for some reason you cannot buy our carpet glue be sure that the adhesive you use says for use on marine rubber backed carpeting or indoor outdoor carpet.

                    Q:  How much marine carpet glue do I need?

                    A:  Each gallon of glue will cover a 100 square foot area when applied with a medium nap paint roller.  If you have a 16', 20' or 24' pontoon boat you will need 2 gallons of glue. For larger pontoon boats with 25' or more of deck you will need 3 gallons of glue.

                     

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                    Boat Carpet Glue
                    Flooring Options
                    Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.







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                    Boat Vinyl Flooring Glue   $29.99

                    Specifically formulated to work with rubber backed, marine-grade pontoon boat carpet and marine grade vinyl flooring. Each gallon covers an 100sf or an 8'6" x 12' section. If you try to use less glue than is recommended your glue will not bond to the carpet or vinyl and it will come up; create wrinkles, lines or bubbles across your pontoon's deck. 

                    NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                    Q:  Why do I need to use marine carpet glue?

                    A:  It is very important to use the proper type of carpet adhesive when you are working with marine-grade, rubber backed boat carpet.  All marine carpeting uses a special weather resistant backing that can be damaged by most harsh adhesives.  If you do not use a glue that is formulated for marine or indoor outdoor carpeting you run the risk of ruining the backing on your carpet.  Harsh adhesives will eat and destroy the back of marine-grade carpeting.  If for some reason you cannot buy our carpet glue be sure that the adhesive you use says for use on marine rubber backed carpeting or indoor outdoor carpet.

                    Q:  How much marine carpet glue do I need?

                    A:  Each gallon of glue will cover a 100 square foot area when applied with a medium nap paint roller.  If you have a 16', 20' or 24' pontoon boat you will need 2 gallons of glue. For larger pontoon boats with 25' or more of deck you will need 3 gallons of glue.

                     

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                    Boat Vinyl Flooring Glue
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                    Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.







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                    Cut Loop 20oz 8'6" Boat Carpet   $13.99

                    8-1/2' W Berber Style Pontoon Boat Carpeting

                    • 20oz cut-loop pontoon boat carpet is available in 8-1/2' width.
                    • Excess pontoon boat carpet can easily be trimmed with knife.
                    • Enter the number of feet needed in quantity box.
                    • 10 foot minimum.

                    Replacing More Than Just Your Pontoon Carpet?

                    PontoonStuff® created the idea of Pontoon Carpet Kits and Deck Kits to make your project easier. If you need more than just carpeting and plan on replacing your pontoon boat's deck, check out our Kits below:

                      Cut Loop Berber Style Boat Carpet

                      • High quality, Berber style marine grade pontoon boat carpet.
                      • High quality, textured marine carpet with a mix of cut pile and looped carpet fibers.
                      • The textured look helps hide dirt and sand so your pontoon carpet appears clean.

                      Flexible Rubber Backing

                      • Our marine grade boat carpet has a marine rubber back that is designed to glued down to your pontoon boat's deck.

                      Cut Loop Marine Grade Carpet

                      Pontoon Boat Carpet Specifications

                      • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                      • Denier:  2600
                      • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                      • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                      Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warrant

                      • PontoonStuff's pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                      • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration to your carpet.
                      • Our pontoon carpet is designed to be glued completely to your pontoon's deck.
                      • If you do not use the recommended amount of glue your carpet will not stick.
                      • Use 1 gallon of glue for every 8' x 12' area of deck on your pontoon boat.

                      Care & Maintenance

                      Marine carpet is stain resistant & we recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                      How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

                      • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                      Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                      A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                      If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

                      Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

                      By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                      Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                      Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                      A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                      To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                      Cut Loop 20oz 8'6" Boat Carpet
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                      Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.







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                      Cut Loop 8'6" Pontoon Carpet Kits   $339.99
                      NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                      Everything To Replace Your Flooring But The Plywood!

                      Pontoon boat carpet kits come with the carpet you need plus parts and accessories that will make your flooring project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

                      What's In The Cut-Loop Pontoon Carpet Kit

                      • 20 oz Cut-Loop Patterned Pontoon Boat Carpet (select your size above).
                      • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 30' kits include 3 gallons).
                      • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
                      • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
                      • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
                      • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

                      Installation Tips

                      1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
                      2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
                      3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
                      4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
                      5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

                        Berber Style Pontoon Boat Carpet

                        • 20 oz cut-loop patterned pontoon carpeting has a berber look and hides dirt well.
                        • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
                        • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                        • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

                        Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

                        • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down to your boat's deck

                        Boat Carpet Specifications

                        • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                        • Denier:  2600
                        • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                        • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                        Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

                        • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                        • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
                        • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
                        • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.
                        • One gallon covers an 8-1/2' x 12' area on your pontoon deck.

                        Care & Maintenance

                        Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                        How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

                        • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                        Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                        A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                        If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

                        Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

                        By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                        Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                        Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                        A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                        To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                        Cut Loop 8'6" Pontoon Carpet Kits
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                        Luxury 28oz 8'6" Boat Carpet   $14.99

                        8-1/2' W 28oz Luxury Boat Carpet Sold By The Foot

                        • Luxury 28oz pontoon boat carpet is 8-1/2' wide (102").
                        • If your pontoon boat is 8' you can easily trim the excess.
                        • Enter the number of feet needed in quantity box.
                        • 10 foot minimum.

                        Replacing More Than Just Your Pontoon Carpet?

                        PontoonStuff® created the idea of Pontoon Carpet Kits and Deck Kits to make your project easier. If you need more than just carpeting and plan on replacing your pontoon boat's deck, check out our Kits below:

                          Incredibly Comfortable - Our Finest

                          • The best pontoon boat carpet money can buy.
                          • Our 28oz boat carpet is the thickest, most comfortable pontoon carpet available.
                          • The higher the ounce or weight of the boat carpet the more durable & comfortable.

                          Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

                          • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down.

                          Boat Carpet Specifications

                          • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                          • Denier:  2600
                          • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                          • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                          Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

                          • PontoonStuff's marine grade boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                          • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration to carpet over time.
                          • This style of pontoon carpet is designed to be glued completely to your deck.
                          • If you do not use enough carpet glue then the carpet will not stick properly.
                          • Our adhesive will cover an 8' x 12' area, make sure to use enough.

                          Care & Maintenance

                          Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                          How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

                          • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                          Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                          A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                          If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

                          Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

                          By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                          Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                          Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                          A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                          To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                          Luxury 28oz 8'6" Boat Carpet
                          Flooring Options
                          Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.







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                          Luxury 28oz 8'6" Pontoon Carpet Kits   $369.99
                          NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                          Everything To Replace Your Flooring But The Plywood!

                          Pontoon boat carpet kits come with the carpet you need plus parts and accessories that will make your flooring project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

                          What's In The 28 oz Pontoon Carpet Kit

                          • 28 oz Luxury Patterned Pontoon Boat Carpet (select your size above).
                          • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 30' kits include 3 gallons).
                          • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
                          • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
                          • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
                          • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

                          Installation Tips

                          1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
                          2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
                          3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
                          4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
                          5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

                            Luxury Pontoon Boat Carpet

                            • 28 oz pontoon carpeting is our most comfortable & durable patterned boat carpet.
                            • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
                            • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                            • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

                            Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

                            • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down to your boat's deck

                            Boat Carpet Specifications

                            • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                            • Denier:  2600
                            • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                            • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                            Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

                            • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                            • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
                            • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
                            • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.

                            Care & Maintenance

                            Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                            How To Replace Pontoon Boat Carpet

                            • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                            Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                            A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                            If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into.

                            Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occassionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking.  

                            By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover a 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the explosed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck.  Using a medium nap paint roller spread the adhesive over the deck and make sure that there is full coverage with no empty areas.  Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                            Next you must compress the carpet onto the lines of glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                            Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                            A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                            To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a sawzaw to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                            Pontoon Deck Kit w/ 28oz 8' Carpet   $789.99
                            NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                            Everything To Replace Your Deck & Flooring!

                            Pontoon boat deck kits come with the proper type of treated marine grade plywood, marine carpet and all the parts and accessories that will make your deck replacement project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same plywood, hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

                            What's In This Pontoon Boat Decking Kit?

                            • 28oz luxury patterned pontoon boat carpeting (select your size above).
                            • 4-7 sheets of CCA treated, marine grade plywood depending on your deck size.
                            • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 28' kits include 3 gallons).
                            • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
                            • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
                            • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
                            •  50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

                            Installation Tips

                            1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
                            2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
                            3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
                            4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
                            5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

                              CCA Treated Marine Grade Plywood

                              • Plum Creek Marine Tech PTP, the finest marine grade plywood available.
                              • 7-ply, CCA treated marine grade plywood is kiln dried.
                              • BC Marine Plywood - premium marine grade decking for use on pontoon boats.
                              • 40 year warranty - if your deck rots we will replace all your flooring.

                              28oz Patterned Pontoon Boat Carpet

                              • 28oz pontoon carpet has a sculpted texture for a luxurious look and feel.
                              • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
                              • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                              • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

                              Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

                              • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glued down to your boat's deck.

                              Boat Carpet Specifications

                              • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                              • Denier:  2600
                              • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                              • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                              Worry-Free Warranty

                              • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                              • Marine grade plywood is warrantied for 40 years against deterioration.
                              • Carpet warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
                              • Our Pontoon boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
                              • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.
                              • One gallon covers an 8-1/2' x 12' area on your pontoon deck.

                              Care & Maintenance

                              Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                              How To Replace Pontoon Boats Deck

                              • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                              Q: How do I replace the plywood on my pontoon boat?

                               A: Our pontoon deck kits come with everything you need to replace the flooring on your pontoon boat.  It is extremely important that you use the correct type of hardware and plywood for your rebuild.  The pontoon kits we sell come with the same parts and accessories new pontoon manufacturers use when installing the decks on their pontoons.  First of all you must use CCA, treated marine-grade plywood.  The EPA changed the laws regulating the treatment of plywood used in residential construction and therefore the process in which most plywood is now treated.  Non-CCA treated plywood has a chemical compound in it that will interact with metals causing them to deteriorate.  CCA treated plywood uses chromate copper arsenate which provides superior resistance in outdoor applications against rotting and insect infestation.  Our 7-ply, 3/4" marine grade plywood is made from 7 layers of Douglas Fir, uses marine adhesives and is pressed then kiln dried to prevent warping.  It has a 40 year usable lifetime warranty.

                              Our kits come with the right type of plywood so you won't ever have to do this project again.  In order to start your rebuild you are going to need to tear the pontoon boat all the way down to the aluminum frame.  Everything needs to come off; the seating, railing, decking, etc.  If your carpet is not easy to remove simply cut it at the seam where two sheets of plywood join, cut the heads of the bolts under the frame of the pontoon and tear the decking off.  If you have screws holding the plywood down you can use a hole saw to cut around each screw then remove the plywood, go back with a grinder and remove the fasteners once the plywood is removed. 

                              Before you lay your plywood on the aluminum stringers it is important to use our Deck Joint Tape, this all weather foam sealant seals the joints where your plywood comes together. This will seal the joints of the plywood so that water cannot penetrate from underneath the pontoon causing water lines and damaging the glue holding your carpet down.  Start in the rear of the pontoon boat and lay all of the sheets of plywood across the framework.  Run the plywood up the deck 8' wide by 4' so that the joints or seams are 8' across the pontoon.  You will attach the decking to the aluminum cross members with either stainless self-tapping screws or deck bolts (your choice).  Deck screws are easier to install and use a self tapping tip, for installation with deck bolts you will need to pre-drill the holes first.  Our pontoon deck screws have teeth on the head which will hold the bolt while you fasten the nut.  Once you have determined your plywood is squared up and ready to be attached to the pontoon's framework you can begin fastening down.  We recommend using a fastener every 16" across the plywood.  Our pontoon kits come with 100 bolts or screws so you will have enough.  Remember that when you fasten the railing back down you want to try to fasten the railing bolts down through the aluminum tube of the railing, through the plywood and down through a cross-member for added strength.  Once your deck is down, install your pontoon carpet, see below.  

                              Once your carpet is installed you can install your pontoon railing.  Our pontoon deck kits come with risers that you place under your fencing at every bolt that holds the railing down.  These fence risers will lift your railing up off the boat carpet to allow water to escape your deck rather than pooling in corners and causing deterioration and moss build up.

                              If you have any questions, call us and ask.  We can walk you through whatever problems you may encounter.

                              Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                              A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                              If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into 

                              Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occasionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking. 

                              By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover an 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the exposed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck and apply the glue using a medium nap paint roller. Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                              Next you must compress the carpet into the glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                              Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                              A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                              To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a grinder to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                              Pontoon Deck Kit w/ 28oz 8' Carpet
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                              Pontoon Deck Kit w/ Marine Vinyl   $839.99
                              NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                              Everything To Replace Your Deck & Flooring!

                              Pontoon boat deck kits come with the proper type of treated marine grade plywood, marine carpet and all the parts and accessories that will make your deck replacement project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same plywood, hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

                              What's In This Pontoon Boat Decking Kit?

                              • Marine grade vinyl flooring, choose your style and size above..
                              • 4-7 sheets of CCA treated, marine grade plywood depending on your deck size.
                              • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 28' kits include 3 gallons).
                              • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
                              • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
                              • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
                              • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

                              Installation Tips

                              1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
                              2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
                              3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
                              4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
                              5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

                                CCA Treated Marine Grade Plywood

                                • Plum Creek Marine Tech PTP, the finest marine grade plywood available.
                                • 7-ply, CCA treated marine grade plywood is kiln dried.
                                • BC Marine Plywood - premium marine grade decking for use on pontoon boats.
                                • 40 year warranty - if your deck rots we will replace all your flooring.

                                Pontoon Vinyl Flooring Specs

                                • Great alternative for replacing marine carpet on your pontoon boat.
                                • 34mil and 80mil marine grade vinyl flooring is 102" wide.
                                • Slip resistant surface is easy to clean and maintain.
                                • 100% UV stabilized marine vinyl boat flooring will not fade.
                                • Woven polypropylene backing can be glued down to your wooden deck.

                                  Worry-Free Warranty

                                  • All of our pontoon boat vinyl flooring is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                                  • Marine grade plywood is warrantied for 40 years against deterioration.
                                  • Carpet warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
                                  • Our Pontoon boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
                                  • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.

                                  Care & Maintenance

                                  Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                                  How To Replace Pontoon Boats Deck

                                  • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                                  Q: How do I replace the plywood on my pontoon boat?

                                   A: Our pontoon deck kits come with everything you need to replace the flooring on your pontoon boat.  It is extremely important that you use the correct type of hardware and plywood for your rebuild.  The pontoon kits we sell come with the same parts and accessories new pontoon manufacturers use when installing the decks on their pontoons.  First of all you must use CCA, treated marine-grade plywood.  The EPA changed the laws regulating the treatment of plywood used in residential construction and therefore the process in which most plywood is now treated.  Non-CCA treated plywood has a chemical compound in it that will interact with metals causing them to deteriorate.  CCA treated plywood uses chromate copper arsenate which provides superior resistance in outdoor applications against rotting and insect infestation.  Our 7-ply, 3/4" marine grade plywood is made from 7 layers of Douglas Fir, uses marine adhesives and is pressed then kiln dried to prevent warping.  It has a 40 year usable lifetime warranty.

                                  Our kits come with the right type of plywood so you won't ever have to do  this project again.  In order to start your rebuild you are going to need to tear the pontoon boat all the way down to the aluminum frame.  Everything needs to come off; the seating, railing, decking, etc.  If your carpet is not easy to remove simply cut it at the seam where two sheets of plywood join, cut the heads of the bolts under the frame of the pontoon and tear the decking off.  If you have screws holding the plywood down you can use a hole saw to cut around each screw then remove the plywood, go back with a grinder and remove the fasteners once the plywood is removed. 

                                  Before you lay your plywood on the aluminum stringers it is important to use our Deck Joint Tape, this all weather foam sealant seals the joints where your plywood comes together. This will seal the joints of the plywood so that water cannot penetrate from underneath the pontoon causing water lines and damaging the glue holding your carpet down.  Start in the rear of the pontoon boat and lay all of the sheets of plywood across the framework.  Run the plywood up the deck 8' wide by 4' so that the joints or seams are 8' across the pontoon.  You will attach the decking to the aluminum cross members with either stainless self-tapping screws or deck bolts (your choice).  Deck screws are easier to install and use a self tapping tip, for installation with deck bolts you will need to pre-drill the holes first.  Our pontoon deck screws have teeth on the head which will hold the bolt while you fasten the nut.  Once you have determined your plywood is squared up and ready to be attached to the pontoon's framework you can begin fastening down.  We recommend using a fastener every 16" across the plywood.  Our pontoon kits come with 100 bolts or screws so you will have enough.  Remember that when you fasten the railing back down you want to try to fasten the railing bolts down through the aluminum tube of the railing, through the plywood and down through a cross-member for added strength.  Once your deck is down, install your pontoon carpet, see below.  

                                  Once your carpet is installed you can install your pontoon railing.  Our pontoon deck kits come with risers that you place under your fencing at every bolt that holds the railing down.  These fence risers will lift your railing up off the boat carpet to allow water to escape your deck rather than pooling in corners and causing deterioration and moss build up.

                                  If you have any questions, call us and ask.  We can walk you through whatever problems you may encounter.

                                  Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                                  A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                                  If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into 

                                  Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occasionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking. 

                                  By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover an 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the exposed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck and apply the glue using a medium nap paint roller. Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                                  Next you must compress the carpet into the glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                                  Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                                  A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                                  To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a grinder to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                                  Pontoon Deck Kit w/ Marine Vinyl
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                                  Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.







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                                  Pontoon Deck Kits w/ 16oz 8' Carpet   $669.99
                                  NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                                  Everything To Replace Your Deck & Flooring!

                                  Pontoon boat deck kits come with the proper type of treated marine grade plywood, marine carpet and all the parts and accessories that will make your deck replacement project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same plywood, hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

                                  What's In The 16 oz Pontoon Decking Kit?

                                  • 16 oz standard, marine-grade pontoon boat carpet (select your color above).
                                  • 4-7 sheets of CCA treated, marine grade plywood depending on your deck size.
                                  • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 28' kits include 3 gallons).
                                  • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
                                  • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
                                  • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
                                  • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

                                  Installation Tips

                                  1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
                                  2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
                                  3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
                                  4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
                                  5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

                                    CCA Treated Marine Grade Plywood

                                    • Plum Creek Marine Tech PTP, the finest marine grade plywood available.
                                    • 7-ply, CCA treated marine grade plywood is kiln dried.
                                    • BC Marine Plywood - premium marine grade decking for use on pontoon boats.
                                    • 40 year warranty - if your deck rots we will replace all your flooring.

                                    Value Priced Pontoon Boat Carpet

                                    • 16 oz pontoon carpeting is our thinnest but it's a great value.
                                    • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
                                    • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                                    • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

                                    Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

                                    • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glue down to your boat's deck

                                    Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

                                    Boat Carpet Specifications

                                    • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                                    • Denier:  2600
                                    • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                                    • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                                    Worry-Free Warranty

                                    • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                                    • Marine plywood is warrantied for 40 years against any deterioration.
                                    • Carpet warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
                                    • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
                                    • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.

                                    Care & Maintenance

                                    Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                                    How To Replace Pontoon Boats Deck

                                    • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                                    Q: How do I replace the plywood on my pontoon boat?

                                     A: Our pontoon deck kits come with everything you need to replace the flooring on your pontoon boat.  It is extremely important that you use the correct type of hardware and plywood for your rebuild.  The pontoon kits we sell come with the same parts and accessories new pontoon manufacturers use when installing the decks on their pontoons.  First of all you must use CCA, treated marine-grade plywood.  The EPA changed the laws regulating the treatment of plywood used in residential construction and therefore the process in which most plywood is now treated.  Non-CCA treated plywood has a chemical compound in it that will interact with metals causing them to deteriorate.  CCA treated plywood uses chromate copper arsenate which provides superior resistance in outdoor applications against rotting and insect infestation.  Our 7-ply, 3/4" marine grade plywood is made from 7 layers of Douglas Fir, uses marine adhesives and is pressed then kiln dried to prevent warping.  It has a 40 year usable lifetime warranty.

                                    Our kits come with the right type of plywood so you won't ever have to do this project again.  In order to start your rebuild you are going to need to tear the pontoon boat all the way down to the aluminum frame.  Everything needs to come off; the seating, railing, decking, etc.  If your carpet is not easy to remove simply cut it at the seam where two sheets of plywood join, cut the heads of the bolts under the frame of the pontoon and tear the decking off.  If you have screws holding the plywood down you can use a hole saw to cut around each screw then remove the plywood, go back with a grinder and remove the fasteners once the plywood is removed. 

                                    Before you lay your plywood on the aluminum stringers it is important to use our Deck Joint Tape, this all weather foam sealant seals the joints where your plywood comes together. This will seal the joints of the plywood so that water cannot penetrate from underneath the pontoon causing water lines and damaging the glue holding your carpet down.  Start in the rear of the pontoon boat and lay all of the sheets of plywood across the framework.  Run the plywood up the deck 8' wide by 4' so that the joints or seams are 8' across the pontoon.  You will attach the decking to the aluminum cross members with either stainless self-tapping screws or deck bolts (your choice).  Deck screws are easier to install and use a self tapping tip, for installation with deck bolts you will need to pre-drill the holes first.  Our pontoon deck screws have teeth on the head which will hold the bolt while you fasten the nut.  Once you have determined your plywood is squared up and ready to be attached to the pontoon's framework you can begin fastening down.  We recommend using a fastener every 16" across the plywood.  Our pontoon kits come with 100 bolts or screws so you will have enough.  Remember that when you fasten the railing back down you want to try to fasten the railing bolts down through the aluminum tube of the railing, through the plywood and down through a cross-member for added strength.  Once your deck is down, install your pontoon carpet, see below.  

                                    Once your carpet is installed you can install your pontoon railing.  Our pontoon deck kits come with risers that you place under your fencing at every bolt that holds the railing down.  These fence risers will lift your railing up off the boat carpet to allow water to escape your deck rather than pooling in corners and causing deterioration and moss build up.

                                    If you have any questions, call us and ask.  We can walk you through whatever problems you may encounter.

                                    Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                                    A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                                    If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into 

                                    Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occasionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking. 

                                    By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover an 8' x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the exposed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck and apply the glue using a medium nap paint roller. Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                                    Next you must compress the carpet into the glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                                    Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                                    A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                                    To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a grinder to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                                    Pontoon Deck Kits w/ 20oz 8' Carpet   $719.99
                                    NOTE: This adhesive will not work if you are trying to install vinyl flooring to an aluminum or fiberglass deck. You will require a solvent based glue for this application, water based glue needs to evaporate in order to form a bond and the vinyl with an aluminum/fiberglass deck will not allow the necessary airflow for bonding. You can find solvent based indoor/outdoor glue at any home improvement store.

                                    Everything To Replace Your Deck & Flooring!

                                    Pontoon boat deck kits come with the proper type of treated marine grade plywood, marine carpet and all the parts and accessories that will make your deck replacement project easy.  PontoonStuff® created the idea of carpet and flooring kits so that you would have the right supplies for your restoration project.  We supply you with the same plywood, hardware and carpet used on new pontoon boats.

                                    What's In The 20 oz Pontoon Decking Kit?

                                    • Durable, 20 oz cut pile marine grade pontoon boat carpet (select your size above).
                                    • 4-7 sheets of CCA treated, marine grade plywood depending on your deck size.
                                    • 2-3 gallons of carpet glue (16'-24' kits include 2 gallons, 28' kits include 3 gallons).
                                    • (100) deck fasteners, choose from self-tapping screws or stainless bolts.
                                    • (32) pontoon fence risers lift your railing off the carpet (no dirt around your rails).
                                    • (32) stainless pontoon fence bolts to fasten your railing back down to your flooring.
                                    • 50' roll of deck seam tape, lay over the cross members to seal the plywood joints.

                                    Installation Tips

                                    1. Space your deck screws or bolts 16" apart when securing your decking.
                                    2. Apply adhesive to your deck using a medium nap paint roller.
                                    3. Use a roller or stiff broom to firmly press your new carpeting down into the glue.
                                    4. Install your fence risers under each bolt that secures your railing to the deck.
                                    5. Cut the deck seam tape into 8' sections and lay it on top of the aluminum cross members connecting your tubes. The deck seam tape seals the joints where your plywood comes together, preventing water from working its way up under your carpet.

                                      CCA Treated Marine Grade Plywood

                                      • Plum Creek Marine Tech PTP, the finest marine grade plywood available.
                                      • 7-ply, CCA treated marine grade plywood is kiln dried.
                                      • BC Marine Plywood - premium marine grade decking for use on pontoon boats.
                                      • 40 year warranty - if your deck rots we will replace all your flooring.

                                      Comfortable & Durable Pontoon Carpeting

                                      • 20oz pontoon carpet is an outstanding value and will provide comfort and durability.
                                      • Carpet weight determines how dense the fibers are stitched and how plush & durable the carpet will be.
                                      • The higher the ounce or weight of the pontoon carpet the more durable & comfortable.
                                      • We offer (3) three styles of non-textured pontoon boat carpet, 16oz, 20oz and 24oz.

                                      Rubber Backed Marine Carpet

                                      • Our pontoon boat carpet has a marine rubber backing that is designed to glue down to your boat's deck

                                      Cut Pile Marine Grade Carpet

                                      Boat Carpet Specifications

                                      • Fiber: 100% UV Stabilized Polypropylene
                                      • Denier:  2600
                                      • Primary Backing: Woven Polypropylene
                                      • Secondary Backing: SBR Marine Latex

                                      Worry-Free Marine Carpet Warranty

                                      • All of our marine grade pontoon boat carpet is covered by a 3 year warranty.
                                      • Warranty covers any fading or deterioration.
                                      • Please remember that this style of boat carpet is designed to be glued completely to the deck of your boat.
                                      • If you do not use the proper amount of glue the backing will not stick to the deck and will deteriorate quickly.

                                      Care & Maintenance

                                      Marine carpet is inherently stain resistant but you must remove the stain quickly to ensure it will come out. We recommend periodic vacuuming & cleaning with household detergents and warm water. Following these recommendations will help your boat carpet retain it's original appearance & prevent matting.

                                      How To Replace Pontoon Boats Deck

                                      • Check out our pontoon forum for complete pontoon restorations and learn how to replace the deck and carpet on your pontoon.

                                      Q: How do I replace the plywood on my pontoon boat?

                                       A: Our pontoon deck kits come with everything you need to replace the flooring on your pontoon boat.  It is extremely important that you use the correct type of hardware and plywood for your rebuild.  The pontoon kits we sell come with the same parts and accessories new pontoon manufacturers use when installing the decks on their pontoons.  First of all you must use CCA, treated marine-grade plywood.  The EPA changed the laws regulating the treatment of plywood used in residential construction and therefore the process in which most plywood is now treated.  Non-CCA treated plywood has a chemical compound in it that will interact with metals causing them to deteriorate.  CCA treated plywood uses chromate copper arsenate which provides superior resistance in outdoor applications against rotting and insect infestation.  Our 7-ply, 3/4" marine grade plywood is made from 7 layers of Douglas Fir, uses marine adhesives and is pressed then kiln dried to prevent warping.  It has a 40 year usable lifetime warranty.

                                      Our kits come with the right type of plywood so you won't ever have to do this project again.  In order to start your rebuild you are going to need to tear the pontoon boat all the way down to the aluminum frame.  Everything needs to come off; the seating, railing, decking, etc.  If your carpet is not easy to remove simply cut it at the seam where two sheets of plywood join, cut the heads of the bolts under the frame of the pontoon and tear the decking off.  If you have screws holding the plywood down you can use a hole saw to cut around each screw then remove the plywood, go back with a grinder and remove the fasteners once the plywood is removed. 

                                      Before you lay your plywood on the aluminum stringers it is important to use our Deck Joint Tape, this all weather foam sealant seals the joints where your plywood comes together. This will seal the joints of the plywood so that water cannot penetrate from underneath the pontoon causing water lines and damaging the glue holding your carpet down.  Start in the rear of the pontoon boat and lay all of the sheets of plywood across the framework.  Run the plywood up the deck 8' wide by 4' so that the joints or seams are 8' across the pontoon.  You will attach the decking to the aluminum cross members with either stainless self-tapping screws or deck bolts (your choice).  Deck screws are easier to install and use a self tapping tip, for installation with deck bolts you will need to pre-drill the holes first.  Our pontoon deck screws have teeth on the head which will hold the bolt while you fasten the nut.  Once you have determined your plywood is squared up and ready to be attached to the pontoon's framework you can begin fastening down.  We recommend using a fastener every 16" across the plywood.  Our pontoon kits come with 100 bolts or screws so you will have enough.  Remember that when you fasten the railing back down you want to try to fasten the railing bolts down through the aluminum tube of the railing, through the plywood and down through a cross-member for added strength.  Once your deck is down, install your pontoon carpet, see below.  

                                      Once your carpet is installed you can install your pontoon railing.  Our pontoon deck kits come with risers that you place under your fencing at every bolt that holds the railing down.  These fence risers will lift your railing up off the boat carpet to allow water to escape your deck rather than pooling in corners and causing deterioration and moss build up.

                                      If you have any questions, call us and ask.  We can walk you through whatever problems you may encounter.

                                      Q: How do I install new carpet on my pontoon boat?

                                      A: In order to install your boat carpet you must remove all of the old carpeting and adhesive from the deck of your pontoon.  Also, it is important to fill any voids or delaminated areas on your existing deck with wood putty or fiberglass filler.  If you do not remove the old carpet and glue or if you do not fill the voids in an existing deck you will feel the imperfections under the carpet and most importantly any left over adhesive may interact with the new glue, preventing it from bonding with the back of the carpet. 

                                      If your deck is clean and the surface area is ready for the new carpet then read on, if you are having difficulty removing your old carpet please see below where we discuss the problems you may run into 

                                      Before applying any glue to your deck roll your new pontoon carpet out completely over the deck of your boat so that you can inspect it.  Occasionally carpet will have imperfections in it which we may miss or it can get damaged in shipping, now is the time to discover any problems.  Do not glue your carpet down before you inspect it.  Call us immediately if you have any problems so that we can replace the carpet for you.  Once you have the carpet rolled out and it looks good, fold it in half the length of the deck.  For example, if you have a 20' pontoon boat, get in the front of the boat and fold the carpet over width wise and do the same in the back leaving a 4' wide by 20' long section of your deck exposed.  Your carpet will be folded on top of itself on the other side of the deck so that you can apply glue to half of the decking. 

                                      By folding the carpet this way it makes installation much easier, you can apply the glue by standing on the side of the pontoon, without needing to get on your hands and knees.  Each gallon of glue will cover an 8'6" x 12' area, so if you have a 16-24' pontoon boat use one gallon per side, if you have a 25-30' pontoon you will need a total of 3 gallons of glue and will use 1-1/2 gallons per side.  Take your first gallon and dump it evenly across the exposed 4' x 20' wide section of the deck and apply the glue using a medium nap paint roller. Be sure to spread glue as far into the center when the carpet is flipped to one side so you don't end up with any areas that are not covered with the glue.  Once the glue is applied lay the carpet out over the entire deck and make sure it is flat and squared up.  You will not have much time to work with the carpet once you lay it on the glue, so be sure it is lined up on the deck properly before you begin applying the glue. 

                                      Next you must compress the carpet into the glue.  The carpet backing is not smooth and has grooves and lines in it as well; the glue will be pressed into these areas forming a bond which will hold the carpet in place once the glue hardens.  Use a heavy roller, you can rent a carpet roller or use a heavy pipe to press the carpet down onto the glue.  This is the most important step, if you do not press the carpet down hard enough the glue and carpet backing will not bond together causing it to come up or creating lines and bubbles in the carpet.

                                      Q: How do I remove the old carpet?  What if it doesn't come off easily or only comes off in small chunks?

                                      A: If your pontoon boat is a 2000 model year or newer you may experience difficulty when removing the carpet.  Newer pontoon boats use a heavier carpeting and a stronger glue than was used in the 70's, 80's and early 90's.  Boat builders applied special marine adhesives that provide excellent adhesion and heavier backed carpeting than you see on the older model pontoons.  Also, since these boats are newer the carpet and glue have not deteriorated to the point where it is easy to remove them.  On most older pontoon boats the carpet will come off fairly easily with some scraping, cutting and tearing.  If you find that your pontoon carpet is only coming off in small chunks and that you cannot seem to remove the old adhesive and fibers you can try renting a floor sander or simply replace the decking. 

                                      To remove the decking without taking up the carpet, if you choose to replace the flooring, here is how you do it.  First, find the seams where the plywood decking meet up, take a razor knife and cut across the floor separating the carpet on each sheet of plywood.  If the plywood deck is bolted down, cut the heads off the bolts under the deck and rip the decking off.  If the deck is screwed down, use a hole saw and locate the screw heads, cut around each head and tear the decking off.  Then use a grinder to remove the screws and plywood plugs that are left over.  You may find that the cost of the plywood is worth it compared to the time and energy you will spend trying to remove carpet that won't come off.

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                                      Pontoon Deck Kits w/ 20oz 8' Carpet
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                                      Check that this carpet size fits your deck's length & width before adding.