Dock Guide

WOOD
LEAST EXPENSIVE   ●   GREAT FOR SALT WATER   ●   FROM $16.00 SQ. FT.

Pressure treated wood docks are the most commonly used docking system, due to the fact that many wood sizes and treatments are available to meet a range of specifications. Wood flexes with the water, allowing for the use in rougher situations and the ability to withstand salt-water applications. Light-duty to heavy-duty wood dock frames are available in many different treatment options. Wood docks can come fully assembled or in kit form.
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STEEL CHANNEL
LOW PROFILE   ●   QUICK ASSEMBLY   ●   FROM $20.00 SQ. FT.

Steel Channel Dock utilizes a 6" low-profile box frame system that is strong, easily configurable, and can be used for floating or stationary dock applications. Steel Channel docks can come fully assembled or in kit form partially assembled to make constructing easier and less time consuming. Our Simple Dock series can be found HERE.
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STEEL TRUSS
STRONGEST   ●   EASY MAINTENANCE   ●   FROM $25.00 SQ. FT.

Steel Truss docks are designed for maximum strength, utilizing horizontal and vertical angle supports, diagonal round bar supports, corner gussets mitred and seam-welded, and pre-punched holes for easy attachment of hardware. Steel Truss docks offer a higher 12" frame profile, which is good for applications with larger/taller boats, rougher waters, or where a sturdy dock is needed. Steel Truss docks are easy to maintain and can be used in certain salt-water applications. Frames can be found HERE.
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