At Shoreline, we want you to have the most successful dock-building experience. Before you get too far into the daydreams of installing a residential dock, though, you should spend some time reviewing these considerations.
At Shoreline, we’re so proud of being a part of such a wonderful community, which is why we give back as much as we can. It’s one of the reasons why we’ve chosen to sponsor the Big White Ski Club year after year.
When you’re ready to winterize your residential dock & boat lift, check out our helpful guide. It’s loaded with helpful tips and tricks from industry professionals and can be a really big help in preparing for the upcoming winter season.
At Shoreline, we want your Okanagan dock and boat lift to stand the test of time and weather. By regularly servicing your lift, we can keep it running in perfect condition for many years to come.
If you’ve been looking at boat lifts for your pontoon boat, we’ve put together a handy boat-lift guide to help. Before you speak with the experts, you may want to familiarize yourself with lift options.
We love what we do, and we want to show you just how much. This month we feature our client’s commercial dock: the Kelowna Yacht Club, home to the largest freshwater marina in Canada.
It’s so important to find a quality Kelowna residential dock builder. If you’re on the hunt for one, be sure to ask these five important questions before you start building a new dock.
If your dock looks like it’s on its last summer, consider an aluminum boat dock and boat lift. If you’ve been wondering which material is best for your new dock, you probably already know there are several options. To help you decide, we put together a list of aluminum dock advantages to consider.
The glistening water. The warm early season sun. The peaceful lull of the waves lapping at the shore. As soon as the snow melts in the Okanagan Valley, many of us start eagerly anticipating summer boating on Okanagan Lake. And then, just as you drop the boat in the water for the summer, rising Okanagan Lake water levels threaten to restrict boating, and you’re wondering: Can you boat on Okanagan Lake right now?
Water should stay in Okanagan Lake, not work its way onto the gorgeous dock you’ve put a solid investment in. Flood protection is often not something most people think about, but if…