What We Do
3 Lakes Docking builds, installs, removes, maintains, and repairs residential and commercial docks in New Hampshire’s Lakes and White Mountains Region. We also provide mooring installation and maintenance packages.
Dock Design & Construction
For new dock design and construction, the 3 Lakes Docking team’s professional staff will first talk with you about what your dream dock looks like and how you plan to use your outdoor space.
After a site visit, we’ll propose a dock design that is tailored to your shoreline, access points, and water depth. Once you’ve approved the design, our fabricator welds the custom aluminum sections to your specifications.
After the dock frame is finished, we add the decking of your choice. 3 Lakes Docking offers a variety of decking choices, including wood, aluminum, and composite materials. Your dock is then transported to your site for installation. Once on-site, we install the ladders, dock cleats, boat bumpers, mooring whips, benches, cup holders–all the customizations that will make your time on the water that much more enjoyable.
Seasonal Dock Service: Spring Installation and Fall Removal
3 Lakes Docking provides spring installation and fall removal for residential and commercial docks near and around our Plymouth, New Hampshire shop. This service area primarily includes, but is not limited to: Newfound Lake, Little Squam and Squam Lake, Loon Lake, Stinson Lake, Lake Waukewan, and Lake Winona.
In New Hampshire, seasonal docks must be removed for a minimum of five months during the non-boating season. Depending on your dock type, 3 Lakes Docking may use our barge for dock and mooring installations and removals, or we’ll manually maneuver your dock to its off-season position. We’ll ensure that your dock is level and secure, both in the water and out, so that your investment is protected throughout the year.
Let 3 Lakes Docking’s reliable team manage your spring dock installation and fall removal.
Protect your dock system, swim raft, or float with 3 Lakes Docking maintenance program. The program can be structured to include:
- Full inspection of your equipment;
- Cleaning and pressure washing;
- Lubricating, replacing, and repairing hardware (we include basic stainless steel bolts and nuts, lubricants, and anti-seize compound);
- Checking all pulleys and cables;
- Assessment of decking and boards; and
- Recommendations for further maintenance, including sealing and major repairs.
*Replacement parts, dock brackets, posts, pulleys, cables, sealing, and decking replacements are billed separately. Regular labor rates apply.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing that 3 Lakes Docking will help keep your investment in top working order.
Wind, water, and New Hampshire’s hot summer months and harsh winters can take a toll on docks and floats. To ensure your equipment stays in good order, you’ll want to make sure you stay on top of its proper upkeep.
Common repairs include:
- Stair, ladder, and ramp replacement
- Installing new bumpers
- Replacing pilings, pipes, or dock brackets
- Decking boards
- Addressing downed tree or boat damage
When you contact the 3 Lakes Docking team for residential or commercial dock, float, or mooring repairs, we’ll first inspect your structure to assess the damage and any safety issues. Whether it’s a quick fix or a more significant rebuild, our team will provide a free estimate for the repairs.