I love the dock. It looks nice and is comfortable, stable and virtually maintenance free. EZ Dock is just what the name implies — Easy.
We did a lot of research on what docks work best in a high-traffic environment and EZ Dock kept coming up with great reviews. Once we received the dock we learned just how easy it is to work with and that the options really are endless. Since installing we have been getting great reviews and fewer first aid calls. Our last dock was big, clunky and not in the best of shape. This purchase was a big improvement for the town.
My neighbor bought an EZ Dock a few years back. He loves his and now I love mine. It has been well worth the investment. You guys were great at helping us with the design and we couldn’t be happier with our purchase. Thanks again.
The short answer is yes. But it’s best to discuss your site with one of our dock specialists to be sure. We have been working with the EZ Dock product for over 10 years, and we have thousands of dock sections throughout the Northeast that remain in the water year-round. The product itself is safe in the ice, it is important to discuss any site-specific variables that could increase the risk of damage.
The entire dock section is a float. That is what makes the product so unique. EZ Dock uses a patented, two-stage flotation design. One, the entire dock section itself displaces water. Two, the bottom of the dock looks similar to an ice cube tray. The individual air chambers create air pockets that trap air under the dock. These individual chambers are constantly working to counteract weight on the dock’s walking surface to increase overall stability. The displacement and air chambers give EZ Dock an industry-leading flotation capacity of 62.5 lbs. per square foot.
EZ Dock is priced very competitively with other quality floating dock products, including wood, steel, aluminum and other plastic docks. Generally speaking, floating docks will cost about one-third more than quality aluminum stationary and rolling docks.