Getting Started

Getting started with us, is as easy as 1,2,3.

1.) First, decide which of our docks work best for you

  • Stationary Docks, also known as pole dock, standard dock or classic dock
    • provides greatest stability
    • designed for water depth of less than 10′
    • quick and easy to install
    • heavy-walled leg and unique design is suitable for rocky or mucky locations
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  • Rolling Docks
    • designed for water depth of less than 10′
    • work best in locations suitable for seasonal installation and removal
    • not for use with a muddy or mucky lake bottom, retaining wall, steep shoreline, or more than 4 dock frames.
    • do not handle adverse conditions as well as stationary docks
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2.) Second, make layout decisions

You need to ask yourself one questions before you start designing and building a new dock. How am I going to use this on my waterfront? Are you going to strictly use it for your boat and other watercraft, for hanging out, entertaining or an additional living space; or a combination of both?

Your needs are very important when choosing your dock layout. We invite you to spend some time in our gallery and on our website to get some ideas, and really plan it out. Knowing how you want to use the dock will help you to identify the right style and layout. Once you have a general idea of what you are looking for, start to think about the best way to accomplish that using our standard frame sizes (Our standard frame size is 4’x10’, 4’x12’, 6’x10). Everything is modular and can be put together in almost any layout you come up with.

3.) Third, customize your dock

Our docks are designed with standard components, but no two docks will ever look the same. Once you have browsed our online gallery or visit our showroom, you will see how truly customized they can get.

You will need to choose your deck surface from the following:
ThruFlow, BestDeck EON Marine, Aluminum.

And of course- no dock is ready without some fabulous accessories:
Cleats, Bumpers, Ladder, Lights and more.

 

If you know what you want, you can fill out our online quote request form. A dock specialist will get back to you with a quote and answer any other questions you have within 24 hrs. If you would like to speak with a dock specialist to understand more of how to design a custom dock and get some helpful advice that pertains to your needs, please feel free to email or call and someone can help you right away.