Category Archives: General Dock News

Environmentally friendly floating docks

1000 Series Low Profile and 2000 High Profile Series Specifications: Both the 1000 Series-Low Profile and 2000 Series-High Profile docks are rotationally molded from polyethylene and have no polystyrene beads or CCA (Chromated Copper Arsenate)-environmentally friendly. The color is throughout the wall  — If you scratch it, it will be the same color. No painting Continue Reading...

Floating Docks for Handicapped

The article below appeared in the Bucyrus Telegraph Forum April 28, 2006 CRESTLINE — Jackie Groves is very happy that he may be able to fish soon. “I have fished before, but it is hard. There is no good place for me to fish being in a wheelchair,” Groves said as he listened to plans Continue Reading...

World’s Largest Plastic Floating Dock..

From the Rowing News Magazine, located at http://www.rowingnews.com/sub.cfm?section=news&ID=9 WORLD’S LARGEST PLASTIC FLOATING DOCK FROM CONNECT-A-DOCK SHOWCASED AT THE HEAD OF THE HOOCH REGATTA November 29, 2005 – ADAIR, IOWA – As a part of Connect-A-Dock’s continuing support of the rowing community, Connect-A-Dock has delivered two expansive plastic floating docks used at the Head of the Continue Reading...

The Right Dock For Your Waters

A Match Made in Heaven By Andy Bennett Copyright 2009, Cabin Life Magazine. Reprinted with permission. Subscriptions are available at www.cabinlife.com or by calling 1-888-287-3129. The cabin is pictureperfect. Nestled on a spot of open shoreline, it beckons. The only thing this little slice of heaven is missing is a bridge between fun in the Continue Reading...

Why do I need rollers on a Jet Ski Dock?

At least once a day, we get a phone call (or several) at The Floating Dock Shop about Jet Ski Ports. There are many manufacturers out there, and about half of them have ports that are less expensive than those we carry. What is the difference? ROLLERS! The answer to the problem is pure physics.  Friction Continue Reading...

2012 Commerical Project of the Year

At the Floating Dock Shop, we were busy busy in 2012 building all kinds of both residential and commerical projects. One of them was a set of gangways that went to a viewing plaform in a National Park in Texas.  For this, one of our owners, Ronnie Bennett, is seen here accepting the commerical project Continue Reading...
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