Father's Day Gift Idea For Jeep Wrangler Owners - HardTop Hotel Makes Swapping Tops Easy
Jeep Wrangler owners love that the vehicle can come with a variety of tops. However, swapping out the tops is sometimes a hassle, and for some owners physically challenging. With Father's Day approaching we thought we would bring our readers' attention to a service we found unique. HardTop Hotel will come to your house, swap your Wranger Top and then store the HardTop for you so it is out of the way for the season.
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HardTop Hotel operates out of Braintree, MA, but covers all of Metro Boston and the North and South Shores of Massachusetts. Jeep tells us that Boston and New England are top markets for the Wrangler, so this may be a service worth noting for those owners in the area. The business plans to serve 2,000 Wrangler owners in the coming year.
The idea is simple. The workers from HardTop Hotel arrive, swap your top, and then store the HardTop for you. They return when you want the HardTop back and install it again. As Wrangler owners know, the SoftTop is more popular during warm months. If you don't have a hard or soft top and want one, the team can also help out.
The company has three main services and the pricing is on the website. Here is a quick snapshot of what is offered:
We offer three separate services .. all at their home/work locations for convenience. All services have a $249 minimum fee.
- Top Swap (remove hardtop/install soft top) + storage of hardtop + return/top swap (remove soft top/install hardtop)
- Storage only (remove/store/return hardtop)
- Top Swap Only (storage not needed)
$249 fixed fee
If you have used HardTop Hotel feel free to add a review in the comments section below.
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