Posted on October 17, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
Packing up your dock lift for the fall and winter is a big chore, but it doesn’t have to be a hassle. ShoreMaster makes it easy for seasonal boaters to remove their sectional aluminum boat docks and boat lifts from the water when the weather cools down. When it’s time for dock lift storage, make sure you stay safe and follow these tips from the waterfront equipment experts at ShoreMaster that apply to everyone putting their dock away for the season.
Posted on October 10, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
The weather cooling down is a sign to many dock owners that it’s time to store their boat and dock for the fall and winter. Part of the process of removing docks involves taking care of dock decking. What’s the best way to take care of decking materials? Does the material used in your dock decking make a difference for its seasonal care? A lot of how to care for your dock depends on your area, but here are some general tips from ShoreMaster’s experts.
When Your Deck is Your Dock: Using Your Boat Dock to Entertain
Posted on October 3, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
Your boat dock can be the perfect outdoor entertainment space in times when it’s too cold for swimming but still nice enough to be outdoors. Entertaining outside also means that you don’t need to clean your house, and the set-up can be as minimal as you need it to be: even something as simple as sitting outside enjoying the season can be magical. Whether you’re having a big party or cozy, intimate gathering, your dock is a great place for outdoor entertaining.
Posted on September 19, 2019 By ShoreMaster Marketing
For boat owners in some parts of the country, the change of seasons can mean the installation and removal of boat docks. When the air cools and leaves start changing colors, it’s a sign that boats need to come out of the water for the fall and winter—and if your boat lift and dock are removable, they probably need to come out of the water as well.