Brandeton Decking Materials

Is your boat in need of a new boat dock, or do you need an upgrade on your lounging deck?  Priority Marine can help you with those construction needs. The craftsmanship is done by quality dock builders of Tampa Bay. They are made with Bradenton decking materials, and built with 30 years of company experience. Priority Marine serves Tampa, Clearwater, St. Pete, Sarasota, Ft. Myers, specializing in boat docks, seawalls, boat lifts, and custom decks.

Priority Marine uses Bradenton decking materials that offer safe, reliable dock materials that are weather-proof and durable. The beautiful wood that is used for construction is a strong pressure treated lumber called Southern Pine Lumber. They are registered Certified General Contractors in the Tampa Bay area, and are members of the Florida Marine Contractors Association which help them provide the most up to date quality service.

They are experienced in handling the permitting process, removal of the old structure material, and the construction of the new boat dock. Priority Marine also offers reasonable pricing, and a guarantee in quality satisfaction. By upgrading your existing structures, it will give you comfort in knowing you can use your boat with ease. Services also provided are commercial boat slips, watercraft lifts, and patio sun docks.

All of these services are provided with Bradenton decking materials, and with each consultation all of your wants and needs will carefully be considered. They will provide you with many designs that will fit your everyday lifestyle.

If you are interested in making your home luxuries, even more luxurious… contact Priority Marine call (727) 447-1373.

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