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Fiberglass Composite Pilings for Commercial Marinas, Piers & Docks

The costs of building or modernizing commercial marinas, piers and docks are significant, and wise developers and investors need to consider the life cycle of their capital expenditures. To maximize the life cycle of such construction projects, builders, architects and structural engineers are recommending the use of Pearson Fiberglass Composite Pilings. The life cycle costs of our pilings should be based on at least an 80-year life, compared to 15-years or less for wood or steel pilings.

Beyond the superior durability of Pearson pilings, marina owners and developers will also benefit from the aesthetic qualities of our piles. Their uniform size and color and their permanent resistance to rot, rust or developing splinters will add to the overall attractiveness of your facility. Building with our pilings will ensure that your project stands out from your competition and that it is considered a "premium" location by your clientele.

Large projects will also greatly benefit from the efficiency and ease of installing our pilings. Compared to wood or steel, their lighter weight makes handling much easier for the marine contractor. In many cases, they can be driven over existing piles, greatly reducing demolition costs.

If you want to maximize the life of your investment and eliminate the worry of replacing your pilings in the next 15, 20 or 30 years, specify the best. Pearson Fiberglass Composite Pilings.