How to Safely Place Your Boat Lift in the Water This Spring

How to Safely Place Your Boat Lift in the Water This Spring

Boating season is almost here. Is everything ready for the water? Perhaps you recently purchased a boat lift so you no longer need to transport your boat to and from the water and can safely dock it by the pier. However, you want to ensure a safe boat lift installation to prevent delaying the start […]

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How to Care for Your Boat Lift Motor

How to Care for Your Boat Lift Motor

An effective boat lift protects your vessel from water damage and makes the process of departure and docking more convenient. However, a boat lift is only as good as its motor. A worn-out motor with ill-kept maintenance drastically reduces the functionality of your boat lift. Therefore, caring for your boat lift motor is paramount for […]

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3 benefits of an electric boat lift

3 Benefits of an Electric Boat Lift

From preventing hull damage to reducing the algae and corrosion buildup, boat lifts in general provide great benefits for any type boat while not in use. However, for someone looking to purchase a boat lift, it may feel daunting to narrow down the many selections and select the right lift for their boat. Have you […]

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How Much Does an Aluminum Boat Lift Weigh

How Much Does an Aluminum Boat Lift Weigh?

For those who recently acquired a boat and want to dive right into the boating life, securing a boat lift for the dock is your next step. With searching for a boat lift, you may find yourself asking a few questions. “What type of lift should I get?” “How much does a boat lift weigh?” […]

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Boat Lifts for Pontoon Boats: How They Are Different from Regular Lifts

Boat Lifts for Pontoon Boats: How They Are Different from Regular Lifts

With multi-purpose functionality, pontoon boats ferry and entertain both freshwater fishermen and lake enthusiasts. Known for their many advantages in maintaining an easy, family-friendly design, pontoons are designed with durability in mind. An efficient way to prolong longevity is by securing the right boat lift for your pontoon. Below, we discuss the differences between regular […]

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5 Reasons Solar Dock Lights are the Best Choice

5 Reasons Solar Dock Lights are the Best Choice

Not many mariners or boating adventurers enjoy guessing where the dock is located when pulling your boat in late at night. A flickering bulb or weakened light span could make the difference while docking your boat to avoid bumps or scrapes to the exterior. The frustration of electric lighting losing power or lightbulbs dying when […]

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How to Keep Birds from Roosting on Your Boat Cover and Lift Canopy

How to Keep Birds from Roosting on Your Boat Cover and Lift Canopy

Have you noticed a change in your boat cover or lift canopy that does not seem to fit the typical wear and tear? Perhaps the damages found might be a direct result of birds roosting in your boating covers or canopies. Birds that make your covers and canopies their nesting spot can cause many underlying […]

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roller bunks for boat lift trailers

Roller Bunks for Boat Lift Trailers: Making Trailer Loading Quick and Easy

Safety and reliability are equally important with boat operation both on the water and in transit. Bunks for boat lift trailers must be particularly selected after careful research to be sure which bunks that load and discharge your boat are the best suited for your needs. Are you looking for a bunk that alleviates friction, […]

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aluminum boat lift bunks vs wood

Aluminum Boat Lift Bunks vs. Wood Bunks: Which Are Better?

The familiar phrase, “you get what you pay for,” may be one of the most commonly quoted and accurate witticisms. The idea that lasting value corresponds to cost touches many facets of life. Boat owners know this well. Though perhaps a bit cliché, the quip rings true regarding your boat, your lift, and the bunks […]

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how to inspect your boat lift cables for signs of wear or fraying

How to Inspect Your Boat Lift Cables for Signs of Wear or Fraying

Anyone can identify a frayed rope. Remember the splitting twine attached precariously to a swing on your ancient childhood playset? With use, rope slowly unravels and individual strands stand out. The process of wear is natural. However normal, it shouldn’t be ignored. When wear of any kind is noticed on boat lift cables, the issue […]

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