Did you know there are four distinct shapes for docks? Each shape plays an important function and provides Okanagan Lake property owners with a specific set of benefits.
As a lakefront property owner, planning ahead for all your residential or commercial dock build needs is one of the best ways to enjoy Okanagan Lake all season long without access delays or restrictions.
Lakefront property owners play a large role in protecting the foreshores of Okanagan Lake. From investing in landscaping and high-quality docks and shoreline boat lifts to adhering to strict permitting regulations, these are all the ways they protect and preserve the lake we all love.
At Shoreline, we’ve been installing boats along the shores of Okanagan Lake for decades. To help you determine which dock is best for your home, we compare the pros and cons of fixed vs. floating boat docks.
If you’ve been considering building a new dock on your lakefront property but have some concerns about the impact on the environment, Shoreline’s mindful building practices will put your mind at ease.
Shoreline Pile Driving has spent the last four decades building some of the most notable commercial marinas in the Okanagan valley. From designing to securing permits to building and maintaining commercial docks, we can help make the dock building process as seamless as possible.
If you’re wondering if it’s time to replace your wooden dock, our professional dock builders have put together a list of things to watch for.
There’s no better place to be than on your dock during the hot summer season. If it’s not your favourite place to spend time yet, try adding in some of these popular accessories to truly elevate this years’ lakefront living experience.
Have you been to the Peachland Pier? This stunning structure was built for the community with a simple goal in mind: make it functional and accessible for all. Let’s take a look at the partnership that brought you the Peachland Pier.
Is the glassy water of Okanagan Lake calling you? Make this the summer you discover every shore of Okanagan Lake. Grab your overnight bag and hook up your boat to some of these popular boating destinations with mooring buoys.