Residential and Commercial Piers and Docks
We specialize in marine and shoreline construction. From impressive residential boat docks and piers to major commercial fishing piers and floating docks, we supply all the materials you need to build a cost-effective long-lasting pier or dock.
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Your pier and dock materials will be treated to your specifications, which are usually .60pcf (CCA) for freshwater and 2.5 pcf for saltwater. Other treatments are available.
Contact us online or call (800) 816-0335 to discuss your pier and dock materials with one of our helpful project consultants.
Building Products Plus supplies Duxxbak premium, water-resistant decking for piers, docks and boathouses.
What can Duxxbak do for You?
- Additional Outdoor Living Space
- Storage Space
- Protect Substructures from Damaging Waters
- Divert Water from Foundation
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Call us about Duxxbak decking at (800) 816-0335 TOLL FREE.
Radius Edge Deck (RED) Lumber
Building Products Plus supplies premium treated southern yellow pine radius edge decking (RED) in 5/4 and 2X dimensions. Radius edge decking has a rounded edge to give your clients’ decks softer edges and a more comfortable feel.
Important Tips for Building Docks & Piers
There are three important parts to any successful pier or dock project:
Consider hiring an experienced engineer to assist with your dock or pier design. Wave and tidal action, soil types, and climate all play big roles in the design of your pier and dock so hire or consult a contractor who is experienced with building piers and docks in your area. An effective design is the true foundation of a successful pier or dock project.
Consider how the pier or dock will be used. Will it need chairs and benches built into it? How many people will use it at any given time? Does it need to support a vehicle for maintenance and cleaning? Will boats be moored to it? Will it need special rails to make fishing or water access more convenient?
Check local building codes and construction permit requirements.
Need dock plans or pier plans? Free dock and pier plans here. Call us at (800) 816-0335 to discuss your project and plans. We are glad to help.
Use wood treated to the proper levels for the kind of water you are building in. For freshwater, use a minimum of .60 pcf pressure treated wood and use 2.5 pcf treated wood for building a pier or dock in saltwater.
Your dock and pier hardware should be stainless steel, galvanized steel, or specially coated for marine environments. To prevent rusted nuts, apply zinc or copper grease on the threads of your bolts before tightening the nuts.
Building Products Plus supplies all the pier and dock materials you need. We also custom drill and cut pieces to your specifications. Call our project consultants at (800) 816-0335 or contact us online to get a quote.
Hire an experienced contractor to build your pier or dock. We may be able to connect you with an experienced pier and dock builder in your area. Call us at (800) 816-0335 or contact us online to discuss your project.
You can build a pier or dock yourself but building in a marine environment is more difficult than on land. You may need special tools and equipment such as a backhoe or track hoe, an auger, a floating barge, and even a crane depending on the size of your project. Check your local building codes and whether you need permits for construction.
Long-Lasting Pier & Dock Materials
Building Products Plus has been supplying pier and docks materials since 1993. We provide quality long-lasting materials and our project consultants can assist with your project’s design.
Contact us now online or call at (800) 816-0335 to discuss your dock or pier project.