104' of pier stored with a bench and ladder, next to a boat lift.
48' pier with a 15' x 8' "L" to the left, a 5' bench and a ladder in the "L".
7 step ladder
10' long pier on a size restrictive manmade lake.
We used to construct piers for customers from their plans. In 1997, we decided to get serious about dock building and teamed up with a pier builder established in 1951. Combining Paul Albrecht's over half century in the pier industry and our manufacturing ability, we make the finest piers on the water.
The foundation of our pier is a sturdy aluminum frame clad with recycled plastic that has a soft texture on it to reduce slipping and increase safety. The hardware is rust resistant stainless steel. The height of the pier is easily adjustable. Our pier legs telescope inside under the pier to give it a clean look on top. Your pier investment will last for generations.
Your pier is built so you can install and remove it alone with minimal effort. The modular design allows for the pier to be stored in a small area so you don't have to look at it all winter. You paid a premium for your waterfront property so you should be able to always enjoy the view.
The size of our standard pier section is a stable 5' wide by 8' long, which we can easily modify. We've built piers from 2' wide to 6' wide. Customers will often have us put sections next to each other for a larger deck area.
We also make dock accessories that can be used on any pier. Our benches and ladders are so nice other dock builders have asked about them.
Buying a pier is a big investment. You should compare your options. We'd like you to join our ever growing list of satisfied customers. Please contact us to schedule a visit.
80' long truss style pier with two Adirondack chairs.
64' pier with a 10' x 8' "L" to the right, a 5' bench and a ladder facing out to the deep water. There are boat bumpers to the right of the "L".
6 step stair
The finest on the water. Quality you can trust.
Vintage 1952 literature
2 step stair