How Much Does a Floating Dock Cost?

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A floating dock is just what you need if you want to connect the gangway to the shore.  A traditional dock has legs that are secured into the bottom of the body of water.  This can be done by burying the legs or by dropping them into cinder blocks that are stable on the floor of the water.  A floating dock, however, is built in the same way as a traditional dock, but without the legs.  Instead, there are pontoons, or large hollow cylinders that float, attached to the bottom.  In order for the floating dock to be steady, the pontoons needs to be large enough and placed correctly.  The floating dock will also need to be attached to something to keep it from floating away.  This could done using cables to connect to the floor of the water, to the shore, or to a nearby pier.  The floating dock could be installed at your lake house, a commercial establishment or otherwise.  Some people also use floating docks out in the deeper water rather than near the shore.  This is to provide a place where kids can climb up and jump into the deep water without hitting the floor.  Floating docks could be could even be installed temporarily for a special event.  Special events may need a floating platform to accommodate a special event such as a fashion show or to expand the space of the venue.  Whatever the purpose or reason, a floating dock can be the perfect choice for a permanent or temporary dock solution.


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