The Premium Choice for Rowing Club Storage Innovation
At Space Saver Rowing Systems, we specialise in solving your boathouse storage problems through innovative design and robust function. Our products will maximise the space available in your boatshed and make it easier to get equipment in and out.
We firmly believe that more time spent on the water translates to better performance. As a result, all our products have been designed with user application at the forefront of design.
We are also experts in Boathouse Redevelopment – if you are planning to renovate or build a new watersport boathouse, we can show you how to maximise the space available to you. Find out more.
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“Doug’s company built our first set of Space Saver Oar Racks for the Stanford boathouse. These racks were cost-effective, good looking and truly functional. They take up much less space than our previous racks and look amazing. Best of all, the oar handles are suspended above the ground, which helps considerably with the lifespan of the grips and the prevention of potential bacterial infections like MRSA. We are outfitting our entire boathouse with them.“
“I have used Space Saver Rowing Systems for a number of applications. I have always found them to be well thought out and designed and the materials used are of the highest quality. I would have no hesitation in recommending the SSRS products to any rowing program.”
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