Vinyl, Composite, Wood and Galvanized Steal Seawalls
ur crew of experienced and certified technicians know our seawalls. They come in all shapes and sizes are built with all sorts of different materials that offer differing pros and cons. It’s important to know the difference between the different common materials used in seawalls and what they are most commonly used to do. Vinyl, composite, wood and galvanized steel seawalls all offer something different. Do learn more about what you need for your seawall, look around or website for more information or give us a call today to speak to one of our friendly representatives.
Vinyl and Plastic Seawalls
Vinyl or plastic seawalls are relative newcomers to the industry. They are mostly valued for their economical nature and affordable price. Not the sturdiest of seawall materials by any stretch of the imagination, vinyl seawalls do offer a service life of 50+ years, providing a cheap alternative to some of the other longer lasting materials. If you’re considering a vinyl seawall, do however keep in mind that they offer limited strength so are not fit for heavier duty purposes. They are also relatively hard to install when it comes to hard substrates, though that’s no problem for our expert technicians.
Composite seawalls provide a great option for lakefront homeowners. Made from engineered material, composite seawalls are noteworthy for their strength and reliability but of the reinforced fiber polymers that they are made from. Composite seawalls also offer decades of service life like other reliable materials without the amounts of corrosion that some of them take. Ask us today if composite is the right material for your seawall, or if you are the owner of a composite seawall, give us a call today for some routine maintenance. A very popular and economic choice, composite seawall is a great alternative to some of the other more established materials.
Wood seawalls are cheap and reliable but not the most durable, longest lasting or safest investment to make when it comes to getting a seawall. Often made from timber, wood seawalls require preservative treatment when coming into contact with marine organisms because otherwise the wood will rot away. Wood seawalls do get the job done, though, and often at a highly reduced price. Just make sure to frequently inspect your wood seawall and arrange for routine maintenance with our expert technicians at Seawalls Michigan. Wood seawalls make a great investment if you keep your eye on them and commit to maintaining their structural in
Steel sheet piling is very common in the seawall contractor industry. Steel is a go to material for the sturdiest and strongest bulkhead and seawalls out there. Additionally, it can last 25+ years given proper maintenance and coating. If you have a steel seawall, make sure to set up regular maintenance from our expert technicians. Steel seawalls are great investments, only if you look after them properly. Our team can help you do that to ensure that the most durable material in the seawall industry lives up to its promise. Easy to install, steel is a great material if you just want a reliable, long lasting seawall.