Tower Docks save you from getting wet during the annual install and pull out. Designed to work like a drawbridge, they slip effortlessly into the water each spring, and stay safely above the ice in the winter.
- Best in water depths up to 6’.
- The lakebed should be reasonably firm. For mucky lake beds concrete pads can be put down for support.
- Not suitable for areas were the ice piles up onto the shore in the winter. Although the dock is hoisted for the winter the base may be subjected to ice damage.
- Cannot be adjusted to water level changes
- Configurations must be symmetrical to allow for safe lifting
- Systems available up to 50’ long
- Shoreline should be solid bed rock, poured concrete or existing shore deck. As well, there must be a concrete or suitable winch anchoring point a minimum of 13ft feet back from the lift tower, on an elevation of no more 11ft.
- Docks are suitable for high wave action.
- Life expectancy of frame is 30+ years.