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Are you planning to build a new boat dock on your waterfront property?
Are you intimidated by the building process?
A boat dock design might seem really technical and complicated, but there aren’t too many differences between a boat dock and a backyard deck. If you’ve tackled that DIY project before, you’re probably already knowledgeable in the factors to build your own boat dock!
Do you have a boat that you take care of like a second home? Are you particular about how your boat is docked, the way it looks, and how often you maintain it?
Like many of our customers, the answer is probably a resounding “yes”! Even if you get your boat serviced regularly, clean it often and make sure that everything is in working order, there’s one more level of protection you could consider: a boat house.
Are you looking for a way to upgrade your dock? If you’re looking for a unique accessory with long-term benefits, there are many options you can choose to make your lakeside experience better. High-quality durable accessories that are compatible with your dock will let you and your guests of all ages use your dock in all kinds of weather.
Covid-19 is having a significant impact on many businesses right now. Alumi-Span is a small family owned business in the marine industry. As such, our priority is the safety of our employees, as well as our customers. Due to the nature of how we deliver and distribute our product, face to face customer contact is generally minimal. That being said, we do have walk ins and we are taking every precaution.
This situation is evolving at an unprecedented rate. As the CDC, as well as local and state governments are putting more restrictions in place, Alumi-Span is doing our best comply with all mandates, without affecting the normal flow of business. While there is potential for Covid-19 to cause supply chain issues, staffing problems, and even disrupt essential business travel, that is not the case for us yet. Alumi-Span is still firing on all cylinders and is ready to work hard to earn and keep your business.
Do you have a lakefront home, cabin, or camping property? Is your property incomplete without a boat dock? A well-built dock provides a place to tie boats and jet skis, and a flat space for sunbathing and swimming. You want a boat dock that is visually appealing to look at and is safe for your friends and family. Do you want to learn how to build a boat dock on your property? First, you need to know about two types of docks available: stationary and floating.
Do you own property with a boat dock in Michigan, Indiana, or Wisconsin?
Piling driven commercial docks are built to withstand ice flows, but most residential aluminum boat docks need to be removed.If your dock is left in the water in the winter, there is a good change that costly parts will get destroyed! To save yourself the headache of costly repairs and maintenance, consider these tips.
Do you use your dock for launching a kayak, canoe, or other small craft? If you have concerns about safely launching your small craft from your dock, we can help! There are a variety of boat dock parts that can help protect your family and friends.