PANELLING AND CUSTOMISATION OPTIONS
WOODEN DOCK PANELS
Treated wooden decking is the cheapest option for panels, though is moderately heavy and weather's faster than other options. Though this is not to say it isn't any good. Genuine wooden decking looks beautiful, is simple and cheap to repair, and out of any other forms of panelling, is incredibly easy on bare feet.
Polypropylene decking is by far the most durable, weatherproof, and lightweight out of any of the other options for dock panels.
With an extremely high resistance to all forms of stress, it is nearly impossible to damage, and is extremely easy to work with.
Though Polypropylene Decking has a high price point, it also has a lifetime guarantee, making it well worth the cost.
COMPOSITE DOCK PANELS
Composite panels are an incredibly eye catching and aesthetic topper for your dock, or deck.
Though they are definitely appealing to look at, composite panels are heavy -- and difficult to work with due to their low impact resistance.
Composite panels also have a fairly high price point, and may get much hotter than other decking options.
STAIRS & RAILINGS
If your dock resides upon a steep area, of above a rocky bed, you may want to consider the option of installing railings.
Railings can be a great way of not only making your dock much safer, but also cause it to look alot nicer.
Our railings are made of the same steel material as our framework, and can be galvanized, or painted any colour you wish, though we generally do black or grey.
FLOATING DOCK SECTIONS
Go with the flow, with our floating dock segments.
These sections of dock are a fantastic addition to any dock!
Out of all the docks that we install, and we install alot, nothing stands out more than an arched walkway.
Usually these arching mid segments connect the shore deck to a floating dock section, creating an extravagant, curved look.
If you, or your family enjoy jumping off of your dock and going for a swim, you may want to consider installing a simple ladder on your dock, to avoid the hassle of wading your way to shore, or climbing up your dock like a monkey.
Generally, the ladders we like to install can flip upwards out of the water into a resting position, we can install metal ladders with ease, though, if you want something much more sturdy we can install thick modular plastic ladders.
CLEATS AND BUMPER PADS
If you plan on tying anything off of your dock, or have a nearby boat rail system, it is a good idea to equip your dock with bumper pads and cleats to avoid unnecessary damage.