Dock & pilings Construction
A fixed dock is the type of dock most people think of when they hear the word “dock”. This type of dock is a permanent installation that uses composite or pressure treated lumber piling driven into the seabed to support the dock structure. These docks are built to withstand the harsh elements and severe weather such as hurricanes and storm surge.
When it comes to your dock, we offer multiple material and color options along with accessories such as boat lifts, lighting, seating, railings, grills, filet stations and more. The options are endless and we have the personnel to tackle your entire project all the way down to the electrical so you won’t have to work with multiple contractors to get your job done.
Floating docks are a great solution for certain applications. As opposed to a fixed dock, floating docks are not considered permanent installations and are generally more simple and basic than a fixed dock because they do not require structural pilings.
Floating docks can be used as a stand-alone dock or in conjunction with your fixed dock for a floating platform that allows for easy mooring of vessels or a loading platform for guest to enter end exit vessels. Floating docks can also be removed from the water for cleaning or protection from a storm.
Floating docks are typically a more budget friendly option when compared to a fixed dock because they usually do not require the specialty equipment, permits or engineering that a fixed dock requires. Furthermore, the construction of a floating dock is generally easier because it can be constructed on-land and in some cases pre-fabricated before delivery to your property.