Floating Dock Frame

A floating dock frame refers to the structural framework of a dock that is designed to float on the water’s surface rather than being fixed to the shore or lakebed. This frame typically consists of buoyant materials such as foam-filled floats or pontoons that provide the necessary buoyancy to keep the dock afloat. The frame also includes supporting elements such as beams, joists, and decking to create a stable platform for walking, lounging, and mooring watercraft. Floating dock frames are commonly used in locations where water levels fluctuate or where permanent structures are not feasible.

Cottage Docks