When it comes to adding onto an existing dock system, you have many options to choose from. One of the most obvious choices for any waterfront property owner that wants to add onto an existing dock, is to simply add more of the same style or brand of dock that you already have. This is really a “no brainer”.
However, there are other, less obvious choices, and now is as good of a time as any to consider them.
Floating Docks Can Be A Great Way To Extend Your Existing Dock System
Floating Docks, Like the PolyDock floating dock and ShorePort drive-on jetski ramp offer many benefits when you want to add onto an exsiting standing or wheel-in dock system. Some of the many benefits of using a floating dock system like PolyDock is the ability to quickly and easily move the extension around your existing dock. To make changes, you simply remove the floating portion from it’s anchorage, float it into position in it’s new location, and re-anchor it. It’s that simple.
Using A Floating Dock For A Special Event Like Weddings, Concerts, or Triathalons
Floating Docks like PolyDock Products modular system can also be used as a temporary dock solution. For instance, a USA Triathalon Race Director, or event promoter might use PolyDock for a temporary dock system for the swim portion of a major triathalon, or a band might use PolyDock as a floating stage either temporarily, permanently, or at different bodies of water throughout an entire summer! To see PolyDock in action as a floating stage check out the Rock Out With Your Dock Out
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