Dock Services

Goldner Promise

Goldner Docks offers a 2-year Warranty on Workmanship/Construction and our materials carry Manufacturers Warranty.  Goldner Dock Construction has been building docks in Oklahoma for more than 25+ years and will be here for years to come to service your docks.  

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Maintenance & Service

Goldner Dock Construction has been building quality docks for more than 25+ years. With our new dock construction, we offer maintenance and service of dock systems. If you do not own a Goldner Dock, please reach out to learn more about how we can help you with your dock maintenance and service.

When chosing a dock builder, make sure you are using a company with longevity that will be here years from now to help service and maintenance your dock system.

Stiff Arm Construction

Goldner Dock Construction recommends that docks over 40' wide have a stiff arm added for stabilization of dock.

Goldner Dock Construction offers three different stiff arm frames: Triangle (pictured), Telescoping, and Box frame. Stiff arms allow for less pivot for larger docks and are also a solid rigid mount connection for docks located in rough water.

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Gangway Construction

When designing your dock or upgrading your gangway for your existing dock, be sure to think of what you want to get out of your gangway. Do you want to be able to get a golf cart down your gangway? Do you want to add irrigation holes for insect/spider spray?

Most newly constructed gangways we are building are 4'-8' in width. *6' is needed for golf cart clearance. We use Moisture Shield Composite Decking. All of our frames are hot-dipped galvanized after fabrication.

Wave Attenuators

Add safety and protection for your dock, boat, and lake goers with wave attenuators. Breakwaters help protect your dock by slowing down and minimizing the effects of rough water and wake.
General Information about our Wave Attenuators
-Frame is box truss framework with angle iron to be used for side chords of truss.
-Encapsulated Styrofoam Floats (Hunt Water Absorption Tested)
-Hot-dip galvanization -Sea Anchors consisting of 5/8" galvanized sea chain leader attached to fairlead on breakwater frame. Sea Chain will be connected to 5/8" stainless steel cable that will be attached to 7,500 lb. concrete block placed on lakebed. -Warning Lights -US Coast Guard approved solar warning lights with GPS synchronized flash to be installed every 20' along length of attenuator.

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Storm/Wind Repair

Unfortunately, wind and storm damage can happen on any body of water. At Goldner Dock Construction, we have capabilities for offering storm/wind repair on your dock, walkways and boat lifts.

Contact us to learn more.

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Dock Relocation

At Goldner Dock Construction we have capabilities to move docks and assist in dock relocation.

Contact to learn more about the process and get a quote for your dock relocation project.

Flotation Replacement

Are you needing your dock floatations replaced? Foam floats are no longer allowed on lakes. Our floats are Encapsulated Styrofoam Floats and are Hunt Water Absorption Tested.

Get a quote for your flotation replacement project.

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Dock Additions

Looking to add another slip or storage shed to your existing dock? We are ready to get started! Get a quote for your dock addition today!

Decking Replacement

If you are looking to upgrade your dock decking look no further.

We offer pre-cast concrete decking, composite decking, aluminum decking, and exotic hardwood options (IPE Brazilian & Kayu Batu Malaysian).

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Boat Slip Fill-In

No longer need your boat slip? Looking for more seating options on your dock?

We offer boat slip fill-in services!

Anchoring systems

We offer two different styles of anchoring systems: sea anchor with winch and telescoping (pictured). The dock anchoring system needed for your specific dock will be determined by a Goldner Dock Construction specialist when discussing the location of your dock, type of water (rough or calm), and water depth.

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