Dock Manufacturer Helps Homeowners Design Party Docks

PITTSFORD, Mich. - Michimich -- Do you want your lakefront property to be a home away from home this summer?

Are you looking forward to hosting cookouts, family reunions, and having all your friends over to enjoy lake life with you?

Building a party deck or dock platform on your dock can add value to your home. From a small sitting area to space for 20 people, this can be an easy and painless process.

Many traditional dock platforms use long cross-arms and multiple posts that must be driven in underneath the dock.  These hold the dock up, but there are much easier and more efficient ways to accomplish the look you want.

Our dock truss systems can be used to make any size platform you could possibly want. Standard platforms range in size, but anything from 6'X8' to 20'X30' is very easy for us to design and assemble!

Homeowners who already have some handyman skills may be able to build their own dock if it's a smaller floating dock. However, building a dock isn't an easy process, especially if you don't have experience with waterfront structures.

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More often than not, the best route is to hire a professional. Although it may cost you a bit more upfront, you'll have the peace of mind knowing that your dock is secure and properly built. We love and recommend anodized aluminum to nearly all of our customers for its long-lasting quality.

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About Alumi-Span: Alumi-Span originated the all-aluminum boat dock in 1956. Don't be fooled by cheaper "non-anodized" units! Unlike some competitive units, our docks are made with a strong alloy and our acid-etched anodizing process will not turn black over time. Our dock boards interlock together and then are fastened with stainless fasteners. Tough adhesive is added to eliminate squeaks and rattles.

We manufacture our products using quality methods and materials, and that's why many Alumi-Span aluminum boat docks are still in use after more than 50 years!

Source: Alumi-Span Docks
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