Floating docks are a great addition to any waterfront property. They don’t just look great but also allow you to take full advantage of waterfront living. Plastic floating docks have been gaining popularity in the last few decades as they allow you to have all the waterfront fun without a hefty price tag.
If you’re looking to install a floating dock on your property, here are 10 cool floating dock design for different applications.
Residential Floating Dock
Residential floating docks come in all shapes and sizes. Since plastic floating docks are modular and lightweight you can easily change the design of your dock as per your need. These docks can adapt to the natural movement of the tides and are reliable substitutes for stationary docks. They can be attached to the shore in many different ways and you can choose ones that can be used as drive-on docks.
Floating Bridge and Walkway
Floating bridges and walkways are a great way to take advantage of your waterfront, especially if you live near a larger body of water. Plastic floating bridges made of good quality high-density polyethylene (HDPE) are strong enough to withstand heavy traffic and other types of impact. Floating pontoons are sturdy and can last you ages. They also require very little maintenance. Plastic floating bridges and walkways have anti-slip surfaces and secured handrails for safety.
If you’re looking for a larger dock then a floating island is a great design for your property. You can use a plastic floating island for many purposes such as:
Large-Scale Docking Platform: You can use these floating platforms to dock multiple watercraft of different sizes. You can add drive-on pontoons to the structure to keep your jet skis and other PWC safe.
Recreational Place: Larger platforms can be used as a spot for relaxation and water recreational activities. You can install cabanas and other design details to use the platform commercially as well.
Floating Passageway: Extended platforms can help you get closer to your desired location on the water.