When it comes to building a dock, you know that you can’t skimp on quality. However, it’s also tough to determine where to go or what to do. Dock building in Charlotte County, FL, is considered an art because you have to focus on the type of wood, make sure it is treated properly, and have the right pilings.
What Are Pilings?
Dock pilings are ‘posts’ that make sure the dock or deck is secure and sturdy. They are often made of wood, but you’ll also find steel, polymer, and concrete options. Of course, everything is treated correctly, as well.
The poles and posts can also be used for many other projects, including retaining walls, piers, bulkheads, and docks.
Where to Go
At Shoreline Lumber Inc, we understand your need for high-quality materials, but you also need the best workmanship. Not only do we supply the pilings and wood to create your dock, but we also pre-cut and pre-drill them to your specifications.
You won’t find our pressure-treated, high-grade wood at a regular lumber yard. Of course, we know that some people are focused on eco-friendly alternatives, and we have those in stock, as well.
Pick a Color
Most people assume that they have to use a traditional wood stain for their dock. Though this is quite popular, we don’t think you should be bogged down by few choices. You’ll find any color pilings available to help you customize your dock. These can include cedar, redwood, light gray, sand, and weathered wood.
The docks we stock feature a gorgeous wood grain surface, which is resistant to fading, splintering, and moisture. That’s not all, either. Our trained staff can also install the products for you so that the process is hassle-free and seamless. Please contact Shoreline Lumber Inc today to learn more about our products and how we can help you.