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Docks

We offer three different styles of dock systems

Roll-in Docks

Roll-in Docks

• Ideal for shore-fronts with medium to hard bottom (less than 12" of mud), a mild to moderate slope and under 9' of depth at the end of the dock.
• Spacious shore area to pull dock system in as one, if desired. Roll-in sections can also be disconnected to minimize needed off-season storage space.
• With proper shoreline characteristics, they are the simplest to install and remove - it just doesn't get any easier!
• Roll-in docks are easy to push in/pull out with seasonal or unpredictable water fluctuation. If you need to remove your dock each fall and re-install it in the spring, a FLOE roll-in may be the ideal choice.

Post-Sectional Docks

Post-Sectional Docks

• If you have minimal storage space or hilly terrain and remove your dock each fall, FLOE's post-sectional legs remove in seconds with no tools and stack in minimal space.
• When price is a leading factor in the value equations, a post-sectional is the least expensive per running foot of dock.
• Works well even in muddy bottom lakes and in water depths up to 5'.

Floating Docks

Floating Docks

• When water depths exceed 8' or if you have frequent water depth fluctuation, a floating dock may be the perfect solution.
• Also works well if your lake bottom is unusually soft or has a lot of mud.