If you are looking to have full enjoyment of your boat dock, even on gloomy days or after dark, you need to have proper lighting. Boat dock lighting is also an important safety feature, ensuring you can safely dock your boat even if the natural light is less than ideal. Yet because boat docks are on the water, they have an inherent risk. Poor, faulty electrical installations near the water can cause electrical shock drowning, putting everyone on or near the water at risk. That’s why you need professionals to help with your boat dock lighting and electrical needs. Fowler Electric Systems has been specializing in boat dock wiring for more than a decade, and today we continue to offer boat dock electrical services to homeowners on area lakes.
Residential Boat Dock Services
Many homes on the lake have their own boat docks. Lighting those docks makes them safer and more enjoyable, and it needs to be done safely to protect everyone who uses the waterfront. Fowler Electric Systems offers a complete list of residential boat dock electrical services, including:
- Boat dock lighting
- Underwater lighting
- Motion sensor lighting
- Boat lift wiring
- Shoreline lighting
- Dockside cable wiring
- Sound systems
- Ceiling and wall fans
- TV Wiring
- Water safety monitoring
Ensure your family and the waterfront are both protected with help from the electrical pros at Fowler Electric Systems. Reach out today to discuss your boat dock electrical needs.
Commercial and Community Boat Dock Services
Along the shores of Lake Hartwell, Lake Keowee, and other area lakes, many communities and businesses have boat docks available for both public and private use. These docks require proper lighting to ensure the safety of those who use them. Shore power with proper GFI circuit breakers is required to operate electrical equipment needed on or near water. Fowler Electric Systems can help with all of these. From installing new wiring to ensuring your current electrical is safe, you can trust our experienced team to make certain your facility is properly lit and has safe power running to it.
Boat Dock Safety Inspections
- Test for GFCI protection
- Ensure GFCIs are working properly
- Test Outlets
- Ensure electrical conduit connections are secure
For added protection, we also install water safety devices. Call for details!
Corp of Engineers (COE) Electrical Inspections
We provide boat dock safety inspections for the Corp of Engineers, submitting boat dock electrical plans and inspection checklists.