Ever-eze Dock is our traditional dock. Aluminum sides are constructed with 6061-T6 aluminum. The decking is attached to the sides making this one complete decking unit. Ever-eze comes standard with one crossarm. Poles are an option. Call or Visit for more information.
|Dock options||Available in 36" and 48" widths
Decking material: Cedar & vinyl
Note: It is our recommendation that there will be 3′ of distance between the decking bottom and the water in rough water conditions, 1.5′ on lakes.
|Crossarm options||Welded crossarm: A welded unit with attached aluminum half moon brackets that slide over the poles.|
Aluminum .085 wall thickness (LW)
Aluminum .140 wall thickness (HW)
All post available in length ranging from 3′ to 12′
Special lengths available upon request
Note: It is our recommendation that posts over 6′ be .140 wall thickness.
|Auger vs. pads||All posts come with your choice of auger or pad
Auger depth: A good rule of thumb is to place augers 18" deep (tip of auger to ground level)
Note: It is our recommendation that augers are used when increased stability is needed, or rough water situations occur.
|Dock Configurations||Special 6′, 8′, and 12′ crossarms are used when combining regular dock sections to create decks.
Special "L" crossarms are used to bolt docks into a "T" or an "L" configuration.
See diagrams for sample combination configurations.
|Manufacturer recommends a good grade of wood preservative be used at installation and at intervals of not less than 3 years thereafter.|
Midwest Sailing note: Most docks in our climate are removed and installed each season. For ease of installation and removal we recommend a pad at the base of each leg. If additional stability is required adding a series of sway bars will stiffen things up if long legs are required at your site. If a boat is to be temporarily tied to the dock a set or two of augured pipes may be screwed into the lake bottom and attached to the dock after installation to support this temporary situation. In areas that receive high wind and waves a permanent mooring situation would be best served by a hoist.