Hire Cass County Dock Builders for the Coming Summer

What’s so nice about owning a dock on a Michigan lake? Well, that’s easy:

  • You can enjoy summer mornings, afternoons, and evenings on the cool water
  • You can fish off the dock, wade through the water, or tan in the sun
  • You can dock your boat, jet ski, paddleboat, or other watercraft

What’s not so nice about owning a dock? Well, that’s also easy: installing a dock can be a hassle. Docks are large, heavy installations that can take a while to install correctly, particularly if you don’t have much experience. Luckily, our team at Pier Perfection keeps qualified dock-builders on staff to help those who want to enjoy a dock without all the hassle.

In this month’s blog post, we’ll be discussing our dock builders and the docks we can install for you.

About Our Dock Builders

Our dock builders have been installing docks of all varieties for over 30 years. But they do more than just install docks. Our dock builders also:

  • Design custom docks
  • Remove docks
  • Perform dock repair

In order to best serve you, we always keep workers on staff 7 days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Roll-in, Sectional, and Floating Docks

In addition to our dock building services, we also offer high quality custom docks that our professionals will help you design. We know that every shoreline is unique, which is why we provide three different types of aluminum docks:  roll-in, sectional, and floating.

Roll-In Docks

Roll-in docks are exceptional for how easy it is to install them. As the name implies, most of the work it takes to install a roll-in dock is done by simply rolling the dock in the water. But don’t be fooled—roll-in docks are also surprisingly customizable. Most roll-in docks also come equipped with legs for on-site height adjustments. On top of that, taking your dock out in the winter is as easy as rolling it back on to shore.

Sectional Docks

Like roll-in docks, sectional docks are also surprisingly easy to install. But unlike roll-in docks, sectional docks are much easier to adjust while in the water. This is because sectional docks don’t have to be designed to work with wheels.

While it’s relatively simple to fit wheels to a small walkway portion of a dock, larger platforms and platforms that are oddly shaped pose more of a problem. On top of that, sectional docks are both lightweight and versatile, making them easily stackable for quick, efficient storage.

Floating Docks

Floating docks are a masterpiece of engineering: simple, resilient, and effective.

The primary advantage of floating docks is their ability to adapt to fluctuating water situations. In larger lakes such as Lake Michigan, waves can range from 2-9 feet in height. One wave was even recorded at 23 feet in height—and that’s just a wave someone was around to observe and measure.

Where larger waves can outright destroy standing docks, floating docks don’t have that problem.

Are you interested in getting a high-quality dock installed by dock builders with years of experience? If so, then click here to contact our team at Pier Perfection today.