What materials are used to construct the floating docks and PWC docks?
The waterfront industry is full of floating dock systems that are made from a range of materials. At PolyDock, however, our floating dock modules are made of tan, UV-resistant polyethylene. The powder we use is heated up, rotationally molded into the final shape, and popped out of the mold when it cools. This process ensures that PolyDock modules are consistent, resistant to impact damage due to the lack of seams, easy to install, and hollow on the inside. This creates an environmentally friendly dock durable enough to withstand Wisconsin’s variable weather patterns and seasonal changes.
Do the dealers offer installation services for the floating docks and PWC docks?
Yes. PolyDock dealers can give you a hand when you’re installing your floating dock system. In fact, we recommend this service for first-time dock owners without installation experience. Even for experienced individuals in boat dock installation, a certain peace of mind comes with having professionals work on your dock system. It might be worth the investment to have professionals handle the installation, allowing you to focus on enjoying your boating season without the hassle of hauling everything out yourself each year.
For confident DIYers, installing your PolyDock boat dock without professional help is possible. The dock modules are fully assembled right out of the mold. All you need to do is connect the modules to other modules, the gangway, or the ramp you plan to use with your system. The process is simple and only requires connectors and tools you probably already have in your toolbox.