Now that you’ve got the basics, we can start adding some personality into your dock. Today, we’ll start with your dock roofing options. There are three major dock roofing types to consider when designing your aluminum boat dock.
DockScapes has done it once again, installing a custom aluminum dock – CAT3 single-slip – at Tim’s Ford. This custom aluminum dock is custom in that it not only features the standard single-slip, but also includes a side port that can be used for further docking. The custom aluminum dock is connected to shore through
Wahoo Docks dealer Dennis English and DockScapes is installing a nice CAT 3 single-slip floating aluminum lake dock at Tim’s Ford for a client in Fayetteville, Tenn. The wide side dock is covered in Timber Tech XLM Sandstone decking. It also has mainframe bumpers to protect the exterior of the owner’s boat from scratches. The upper patio also has Wahoo Docks proprietary sandstone AridDek aluminum decking with upgraded railing around the circumference. Both the railing and the roof poles below are painted antique bronze. The dock is connected to shore by a 27-foot arched gangway, which also has Timber Tech XLM Sandstone decking, and secured in place by cable to shore anchoring with winches for easy adjusting.
Great Lakes & Land Co. installed a nice floating/stationary combination dock from Wahoo Docks for Mr. Bennie Vinson on Lake Martin, replacing an undersized, underutilized fixed wooden dock. It turned out great! Diving board and swim ladders were nice touches!
Before – an old fixed wooden boat dock. After – a new Wahoo Docks aluminum floating boat dock. A Nice Improvement for Mr. Dan Autry in Perrotti Cove on West Point Lake. Contact Great Lakes & Land Co for all your dock repair and upgrade needs.