May 4, 2023
Hayward Area waterfront owners are in good hands with their local ShoreMaster dealer. Get boat lifts, docks, and accessories with your installation tips and advice on what works best for your local water.
If you’re a waterfront owner and boater in the Hayward Area, there’s a ShoreMaster dealer near you. Get personalized advice for your water from an authorized dealer that knows our products.
ShoreMaster has three main types of boat lifts, with accessories and options depending on your needs and the boat you’re lifting.
Boat lifts can be attached directly to the shore or boat dock. Most models either come in standing or floating types.
Installing your ShoreMaster boat lift is as easy as checking it for damage while on shore. Once you’re sure it’s in good shape and you have all of the tools and parts you need, you and a couple of trusted friends can walk it out into the water and secure it. It sounds simple enough, but we recommend having a professional handle the first installation.
If you’re DIYing your boat lift install—which is possible for ShoreMaster boat lifts thanks to how they’re built—it doesn’t have to cost anything at all. The advice you get when you call our customer support team is also free of charge. We recommend having professional help with a first-time installation, which your Hayward Area ShoreMaster dealer can arrange.
ShoreMaster has a wide array of dock accessories, options, and possibilities, but the types of boat docks available at ShoreMaster come down to three basic options.
Boat dock installation for a ShoreMaster dock is similar to a boat lift installation in that the construction makes the process easier. Assemble your dock sections on shore to ensure you have all the necessary parts, and everything is secure and in good shape. Walk your dock sections out onto the water, starting with the section that will be furthest out, and work your way in toward the shore, connecting the sections as you go.