Boat Elevators—An Excellent Alternative to Cradle Boat Lifts for Some Freeport, TX, Properties
The typical boat lift configuration is a cradle lift. It requires a set of at least four pilings between which the beams of the lift system are suspended. However, building a boat lift this way isn’t always possible. For example, some substrates can’t support pilings. Or, sometimes a waterfront property is located in a narrow canal where there are certain building regulations. If you find yourself in such a situation, you’ll be happy to learn that there is an option besides offsite boat storage or keeping your boat in the water. Simply turn to DECO Boat Lifts for a boat elevator.
About Our Boat Elevators
A boat elevator provides the same convenience and protection as a standard cradle lift. However, it is mounted on just one side to a single set of pilings or to the seawall, eliminating the need for pilings to be constructed further into the water.
At DECO Boat Lifts, we offer boat elevators with two different drive systems to suit your needs and watercraft. Our Maxi Lift is a popular choice because it is highly affordable, yet provides year after year of trouble-free performance. Thanks to a heavy-duty aluminum flat plate drive, it can hoist up to 16,000 lbs.
Additionally, DECO Boat Lifts is the exclusive source for the most advanced boat elevator in the industry. Our Concept CRS Lift is built to provide unrivaled lifting power while minimizing maintenance. For example, it features a direct drive without belts, pulleys, or chains. And, it comes standard with our patented Cable Retention System (CRS), that has deeply grooved winders that ensure a perfect cable wrap every time, thereby preventing premature wear.
Are you wondering if a boat elevator is the right solution for your waterfront property in Freeport, TX? Contact DECO Boat Lifts today to learn more.