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Accessible ADA Piers

Designed with inclusivity in mind, Mod-U-Dock’s ADA Piers offer comprehensive solutions for creating accessible waterfront spaces for all. Engineered to exceed industry standards and compliance, these docks feature low-slope gangway or ramp entrances, slip-resistant surfaces, and spacious layouts—all to ensure safety and comfort for everyone.

Mod-U-Dock‘s commitment to accessibility extends to every detail, including the meticulously crafted ADA-compliant handrails. With aluminum powder-coated finishes and integrated wheelchair curbs, our handrails are designed not only to enhance safety but also to contribute to the docks’ aesthetic appeal. We are proud to offer these amenities to our ADA piers, ensuring the lake is for everyone.

Our modular construction further enhances the versatility of our ADA piers. With pre-built sections and simple bracket attachments, installation is efficient and hassle-free. This modular design also allows our ADA piers to be highly easily customized, making our docks suitable for a wide range of applications, from private residences to public parks.

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Reliable ADA Piers

Whether you are looking for a stationary or floating dock, we offer ADA piers to meet diverse needs. Our ADA piers are built with reliability and durability in mind. With our complimentary design assistance, our team is dedicated to helping you install our ADA piers in order to create an inclusive waterfront space that everyone can enjoy.

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The Installation Process

Mod-U-Dock modular docks are designed to be easy to install and DIY friendly. Installation by section makes assembly easy for seasonal docks or permanent installation if appropriate. Basic hardware is limited to only a few types of brackets: outside corner, straight, and inside corner(s).

Modules are connected by brackets where they join at the corners.  The leg post goes down though a sleeve in the bracket and is secured in place with a set screw.  Put the pipe through the bracket sleeves with the footpads on the bottom before you go into the water, so they can just be dropped down when in place.

Start with the module closest to shore, and work out from there by attaching modules one by one.  You can float out the sections via inner tube or something similar.  When you’ve got it all set up, the post covers snap on over the pipe or post caps go on the top. Reverse process for removal as necessary.

See complete instructions here. We are also available for installation help via phone including evenings and weekends.

The general process is as follows.  Insert float plugs (don’t over tighten) and install floats.  Install splines.  Install module fastener kits (K/U bolts), and brackets, both hand tight.  If there is a gangway or module with hinge kit, that can be staged and assembled separately. See floating dock instructions here.

For pilings, attach auger feet and secure with bolts.  Insert auger foot through the piling bracket and lower, remaining vertical. Screw into bottom with pipe wrench, as indicated in instructions.

For removal, just take out pilings or anchoring and float sections to tie off at shore.

Accessories

Install accessories as indicated, and post covers or caps.  See additional instructions below or call for assistance as needed.

Shipping

Modules and floats are typically shipped on 4×8 or 4×6 pallets. Pipe of greater length is shipped in separate bundles.

Standard shipping is via common carrier with semi delivery. For unpaved roads or restricted areas, we can ship to the nearest terminal, hardware store, or etc. for your pickup. Hotshot/trailer delivery may be available locally or for an extra charge. With residential deliveries, assuming no equipment on site to unload, receiver should be prepared to break down pallet(s) on the back of truck and hand down pieces separately. Driver is not responsible for unloading.

Bracket Types

These are the basic brackets involved in installation: outside corner brackets, straight brackets, and inside corner brackets. A crown/4-way bracket is used if four corners intersect. These innovative brackets are extremely strong and durable, and provide all that is needed to create any dock design.

The basic brackets are the same for stationary and floating docks with the exception that stationary docks are fit with a sleeve through which the post can go through.

No fancy tools are required for installation. Standard tools that are required include:

Socket wrench with 1/2″, 9/16″ & 3/4″ sockets

Crescent wrench or 3/4″ box/open end wrenches

5/16″ Allen wrench – required for float plug and railing installation

24″ Pipe Wrench for screw-in pilings (Floating Docks, as needed)

OPTIONAL – Battery impact wrench for use with sockets.  (suggested, but not required).

Featured Dealers & Installers

Mod-U-Dock products are available throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Additional dealers and installers available

Contact Mod-U-Dock to locate a dealer or installer in your area.

California
California
Green Marine Engineering

Ventura Blvd. Ste 422
Encino, CA

Massachusetts
Massachusetts
Inland Docks

32 Monson Road
Wales, MA 01081

Michigan
Michigan
College Docks

Kalamazoo, MI
(Grand Rapids, Coldwater, Battle Creek, etc.)

Michigan
Michigan
The Dock Doctor

Coldwater, Michigan 49036

Michigan
Michigan
2 Men-N-Waders

Waterford, MI 48329

Missouri
Missouri
Williams Construction

Grain Valley, MO 64029

Oregon
Oregon
Four Seasons, Inc.

Prineville, OR 97754

Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Aquarius Sail

N34 W24041 Capitol Drive
Pewaukee, WI 53075

Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Lief Blom Construction

16026 Highway W
Crivitz, WI 54114

Wisconsin
Wisconsin
Wisconsin Lake & Pond Resource LLC

N7828 Town Hall Rd
Eldorado, WI 54932