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Bumpers and cleats installed in Coral Ridge, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

In January 2021 our specialist team had successfully installed ten 8F HD Bumpers and nine cleats at a waterfront house in Coral Ridge, Ft. Lauderdale, meeting our customer’s high expectations and demanding installation schedule.

Shown in the following is the deck after the completed installation, showing the quality and workmanship of our installation. We use only the highest quality and durable products in our projects.

Deck and wooden pilings before we installed the new bumpers and cleats.

Deck and wooden pilings before we installed the new bumpers and cleats.

Eight FT Black Bumpers installed on wooden pilings and dock to prevent boat damage.

Cleat installation on wooden piling; strong and durable.

Bumpers and cleats installed on wooden pilings.

Please call us to schedule an on-site review of your marina or dock and we will be glad to provide a free estimate for any repairs or improvements you may be looking to implement.

Office number: 754-205-0569 
Mobile number: 561-344-2271


We service Broward and Palm Beach Counties.

Bumpers and Cleat Installation in Boca Raton, FL

In December 2020 our specialists installed 10 cleats and 15 bumpers on a high end dock. We work with only the highest quality products and deliver projects professionally and on time, meeting or exceeding standards and delighting our customers.

Our professional installer setting up high quality dock elements

Vertical piling bumper.
A highly durable solution of the highest quality.

3 foot bumpers with a 2×8 installation that includes a cleat on concrete piling.

Job done! Beautifully completed installation.

Please call us to schedule an on-site review of your marina or dock and we will be glad to provide a free estimate for any repairs or improvements you may be looking to implement.


We service Broward and Palm Beach Counties.

Office number: 754-205-0569 Mobile number: 561-344-2271

Ultrasonic Antifouling LTD

SY, Dakota- 42′ Cheoy Lee Luders Ketch

(1971)- Miami, Florida. USA

Good Morning Nick,

Thank you for sending the new circuit board.  I installed it two days ago and it seems to be working again.  Attached is a picture of the boat.  It is a 42′ Cheoy Lee Luders ketch. built in 1971.

The boat was last launched on October 1, 2007.  I put 5 to 7 coats of paint on the bottom hoping to get two to three years antifouling here in south Florida’s warm waters.  After three years the paint was still somewhat effective but starting to get more barnacles.   After checking Miami boat yard haul out prices I decided to try the Ultrasonic antifouling system.  I figured if it could cut my haul outs in half, it would pay for itself in only one haul out and painting savings. That’s when I ordered and installed the Ultrasonic antifouling system in 2010.

I have a diver check the bottom about every six months for cleaning, zincs, and checking for blisters etc.  He regularly takes off just a few small barnacles, but no problem large enough to necessitate a haul out and new bottom paint.  I have not needed a haul out since installing the system.  My diver is amazed. 

Two months ago the diver told me he suddenly found a lot of large cone shaped barnacles.  I checked the Ultrasonic equipment and found it had quit working, after eight years.  That’s when I e-mailed and ordered a new pc board.  That has now been installed and we are back in business without a haul out.  It has now been a total of 11 years since my last haul out.

I have been amazed that the Ultrasonic has so exceeded my expectations.  Normally I would have expected to have needed four haul outs during those eight years at a cost of $10,000- $15,000 total, plus the time and work involved.  My friends who do not paint their bottoms often do use a diver every month to keep the bottoms clean.  I use a diver only twice a year.

I would recommend everyone use the Ultrasonic antifouling system.  It’s better for the environment than pesticide laden paint, cheaper, easier, and it works.  I still have a diver regularly check the bottom, replace the zincs, and freshen up the running gear as I do get a few barnacles there in the summer, but the costs and always being ready to go is wonderful.

The below picture was taken five years after launch and you can see the bottom looking almost new other than the stains on the waterline. 

L.B Carpenter (owner)

Miami, Florida. USA.

January 16th, 2019