Duncan Seawall Dock & Boat Lift

How Often Should Commercial Seawalls be Replaced to Ensure Safety?

Your commercial seawall is the most efficient way to protect your investment. Initially, you may think that maintaining a seawall is a hassle. However, allowing your seawall to fail can cause...

What are the Best Materials to Use When Building a Seawall?

Building a seawall is a great way to protect and enhance your waterfront property. Seawalls prevent erosion, control waves, and have the added bonus of increasing property value. There are several...

Frequently Asked Questions About Wood Retaining Seawalls

Since 1979, Duncan Seawall, Dock & Boat Lift has been serving the seawall and retaining needs of Southwest Florida. Our portfolio of completed projects is extensive, and includes everything from...

Why You Should Work with Duncan Seawall to Repair or Replace Your Seawall

Due to harsh weather conditions and other outdoor elements, waterfront structures and seawalls in Southwest Florida are more likely to lose their structural capabilities and aesthetic values faster....

How to Know if it’s Time to Replace Your Steel Seawall

The tide, salt corrosion, and overwatered lawns can all cause serious damage to a seawall. Unfortunately, many people often ignore or overlook their seawalls. This can be disastrous as failure can...

Is it More Cost Effective to Repair or Replace Your Current Seawall?

Most waterfront owners realize that their seawall is a valuable investment that protects their home and property from the waters eroding effects. The costs of building a new seawall varies, and...

How a New Seawall Can Increase the Value of Your Home

When you own waterfront property in Florida, it's vital to protect it from erosion caused by wave action, tidal fluctuation, surges, rising sea levels and drainage. The best way to protect your...

Why Duncan Has Been Florida’s Largest Residential Marine Contractor Since 1979

A funny thing happened to us recently here at Duncan Seawall. Someone, wanting to know more about our business, asked us what is different about Duncan Seawall and what factors have contributed to us...

5 Reasons to Choose a Seawall Over Rock Revetment

The damage that coastal erosion and flooding can do to homes and places of work near water can be catastrophic, so choosing the right type of defense is essential. When it comes to a seawall vs. rock...

Seawall Issues Continued: Why They Can Affect Selling Your Home

If you've been following our series of blogs on how issues with your seawall may affect selling your home, you've seen many things that can cause your seawall to fail. Your seawall is a large factor...

Failing Seawalls Continued: How They Can Impact Selling Your Home

Seawalls are a major contributing factor to your home's value. If your seawall is ineffective or compromised because of cracking, leaning, bowing, or another issue, it can make it more difficult or...

Seawall Problems: Different Issues That Can Affect Selling Your Home

Trying to sell your home with a damaged seawall can affect the price you're offered for your home and can even be the deciding factor for someone choosing not to buy your home. Before you list your...

How Seawall Failure Can Impact Selling Your Home: A Continuation

A failing seawall can be a major deterrent for potential buyers when you're trying to sell your home. If you suspect there may be an issue with your seawall, refer to this series of blogs on...

Why Seawalls Fail and How it Can Impact Selling Your Home

Seawalls are one of the single most expensive aspects of a waterfront property. The seawall must withstand some of the most brutal conditions of any structure built today. Cracking, bowing, or...