Are you looking for an easy way to add a floating dock to your property? Dock Masters Inc offers custom floating docks with a fully integrated finished look that are perfect for any shoreline property. After all, your dock is essentially a patio that’s located on your lake, river, or ocean.
Your dock should be more than just a place to park your boat while not in use, it should also enhance your home’s overall appeal. That’s why our docks are designed with heavy-duty construction and high-grade, durable materials, so not only will your dock have style, but it’ll also give you the peace of mind that your new dock will last for years with only minor maintenance.
If you can imagine it, we can build it! We offer many personalized options to create the perfect dock for your specific needs. From size and shape to color, material, and style, you can transform your shoreline area into a beautiful personal retreat with a floating dock from Dock Masters Inc.
Install A Floating Dock On Your Property
We understand that no two waterfront properties have the same needs, which is why our floating docks and dock system are customizable. We offer a variety of features and options to choose from, allowing you to create a dock that’s perfect for your specific requirements.
Our experienced team can help you select the best materials and accessories for your dock, ensuring it will remain strong and stable so you’re able to lounge comfortably and entertain friends and family.
With our fully integrated dock system and a full line of accessory options (like PWC ports and side extension decks), we have the tools to make your waterfront living dream a reality! Our modular design allows for customization that meets your individual needs – giving you unlimited possibilities.
But Wait, That’s Not All
We also specialize in boat lifts, PWC ports, and their accessories and can help you determine the best lift system for your boat, pontoon, or jetski. Our quality materials and reliable engineering will keep your vessel secure and allow it to stay safely out of the water when you’re not taking it out on the lake.
Need a seawall built or a current wall repaired? We do that too! Our team of experienced professionals will make sure your seawall is strong and reliable for many years to come. So if you need reliable construction, engineering, or maintenance services for your boat dock, PWC port, or seawall, look no further than Dock Masters Inc.
Call For A Free Quote Today
Are you ready to get started on your floating dock or boat lift installation? The professionals at Dock Masters Inc can provide you with a free estimate for any of our dock or seawall services. One of our team members will come out to your location, assess your needs, and give you a written estimate on how much it will cost to have your seawall or dock system installed or repaired.
We’re confident that you won’t find a better dock builder in Brevard County, so call us today for all of your water’s edge building needs!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have to remove a floating dock in the winter?
No, you don’t need to remove a floating dock during the winter. Floating docks are designed to resist ice and wave action, so they can remain in place year-round.
Are floating docks more expensive than fixed docks?
No, floating docks are generally more affordable than fixed docks. Floating docks require fewer materials and labor for installation, so they tend to be less expensive than a similarly sized fixed dock. Additionally, floating docks can easily be moved or reconfigured if your needs change.
What is a PWC Port?
A PWC (personal water craft) Port is a specialty dock designed for launching and storing personal watercraft. These docks typically feature aluminum frames with plastic or vinyl decking and are often equipped with tie-down points to secure the vessel during storage.
Will my floating dock handle a big wave?
Floating docks are designed to handle a range of wave heights and weather conditions. However, it is important to take into account the size and weight of your boat or personal watercraft, as well as potential wind and current speeds in order to determine if your dock will be able to withstand any large waves that may come its way.