Dock Masters offers many options for the type of boat dock decking and decking materials to consider for new construction, remodeling, or dock repair with Gossen® PVC Decking being the preferred material:
- Pressure Treated Wood
- Composite Wood
- Gossen® PVC Decking – Dock Masters recommended material.
Pressure Treated Wood:
While the most economical method for building or repairing a dock, it does require annual maintenance to maintain its look. Pressure treated deck boards remain vulnerable to the sun and UV light and over time will splinter, crack, warp or even rot depending on how much maintenance is provided. Power-washing and staining should be done regularly since the wood is also subject to moisture which may cause mold, algae and mildew if not properly maintained.
Composite wood is an alternative to real wood. It provides the look of natural wood without the maintenance required for staining. Composite products are developed to convey most of the benefits of their wood counterparts (ie. pressure-treated lumber) by combining plastic and wood fibers.
The traditional dock that used to be constructed with pressure treated lumber has evolved with new technology to sustainable decking materials of 100% solid-core cellular PVC. These new decking materials prevent cracking, warping, and also provide the true look of the exotic tropical hardwoods. Extremely low maintenance and completely weather resistant; you’ll never to sand, paint or seal, and it will hold its rich color for years to come. Its dense surface means that moisture will not be absorbed, which makes this ideal for Lake Wylie Boat Docks. You will never have to worry about mold, warped boards or splinters in feet. You can kick back, relax and enjoy a deck that works for you! Dock Masters is proud to be the authorized dealer for Gossen® Decking.
Lifetime Comprehensive Warranty
- No Moisture Damage
- Gossen Decking will not absorb moisture. Completely submersible.
- It will not rot, swell, split, warp, or crack.
- And, you will not have to live with mold or mildew.
- Extremely Low Maintenance
- Stays beautiful with just soap and water.
- Cleaning Instructions
- Fade Resistant
- Will retain its rich, natural color for years to come
- Meets or exceeds all A.D.A codes and requirements.
Dense Hardwood Decking
- IPE or Brazilian hardwood is from the Brazilian rain-forests that is considered to be as hard as nails, or even harder. It is expensive, but since it compares to steel in strength, it can last 25 years. Mold, fire, weather and pest-resistant, it also resists surface scratches. With a deep and rich red brown color, IPE is considered to be the ultimate choice for high quality decking and a great choice for your next residential decking project. It is naturally durable and is just magnificent.