Boat Float Shares Secret To More Than Two Decades Of Service

January 21, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Boat Float, a leading Boat Docking Company in Bluffton, SC, has helped thousands of customers throughout South Carolina and the United States for more than two decades now. The company shares its secrets to its success.

The Bluffton-based company has been providing Hilton Head Island and Bluffton area with environmentally-friendly docking and boat lift solutions for over 13 years.

The company credits its success to several things. First, to the quality of its products, the company ensures that its products do not cause damage to the marine environment. The boat lift manufacturer guarantees that their products are durable enough to withstand the harsh saltwater environment.

The company offers EZ Dock, a simple and innovative residential kayak launch system design made for lakes and other water systems. The durable EZ Dock is very useful for commercial establishments such as outfitter stores, rental companies, marinas, resorts, camps, and others. Another product they have is the DryDock system for lifting and protecting larger vessels.

For those who prefer a product with excellent warranty value, Boat Float also offers LifeDock floating dock products which are used as structural float systems. This product comes with a staggering 50-year warranty.

They also offer the Safe Havens Systems, which provides smooth and effortless access to the water for your boats. This product is manufactured using only state-of-the-art materials to ensure the highest levels of quality and durability.

Another secret to the company’s success is how they value their customers. Their top-notch customer service makes them an ideal choice for boat owners in Bluffton and Hilton Head, SC. “We want to build long-lasting, trusting, and professional relationships with every potential customer and current customer,” says Mitch Brown, the big boss behind this successful business.

The Boat Float family also puts a high value on its people. They have skilled, hard-working, long-time employees who are service-oriented and will do everything they can to make their customer’s boat docking experience as stress-free as possible. Each of their team members is well-trained, knowledgeable, and courteous, and will do what it takes to get every docking job done correctly and efficiently.

With this formula, it’s no wonder why Boat Float is a leader in docking solutions nationwide.

This Floating Boat Lift Systems In Bluffton, SC likewise offers topside dock/pier rebuilding, platform, lift repairs, lift recommendations/installations, lift removal and HDPE floating docks

To learn more about Boat Float, visit the company’s website at Their office is located at P.O Box 2666 Bluffton, SC 29910. Interested clients may also reach them by calling (843) 706-5629.


For more information about Boat Float, contact the company here:

Boat Float
Mitch Brown
39 Ulmer Road, Bluffton, SC 29910

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