Wooden floating docks material costs make them the most economical. They typically come in 6’, 8’and 10’widths. Lengths are 16’, 20’ and 24’. They can be hinged together with a super duty hinge in series, a tee or an L shape. Custom sizes are also available.
Steel truss docks are more durable and are typically used in commercial applications or areas with high wind and chop.
Sometimes, a dock application requires the use of a specialized dock structure. If you have a muddy, sand, or soft bottom, this type of dock is well suited for use in your area. These are also ideal for open areas with wind and chop. These docks can also be lifted out of the water at the end of the season to prevent damage or stress to the structure in winter months and to prevent settling. Custom sizes, widths and lengths are available to accomodate all sizes of boats and watercraft.
This shows the stationary dock raised from the water for winter, preventing the iced from bending the legs