Manual & automatic electrical Disconnect, Active monitoring for electrical faults & alarm | For boat docks | Safe Dock Products
You have a variety of options for actively ensuring your boat dock is safe for family and friends. From a manual electrical cut-off to active protection and monitoring while keeping electrical power on to your dock.
What separates Safe Dock is the over-reliance other products have on Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) breakers.
Your standard breaker box just doesn't cut it, literally. Safe dock ensures that all current-carrying and ground-fault conductors don't make it to your boat dock, removing it from the equation and allowing swimmers to exit the water safely.
It's the 21st century; you should not have to be worried about electric shock on your boat dock or electric shock downing while recreating in the water.
There are so many other things to be concerned about while your family is down on the boat dock. Let us check electric shock off that list.
Take the first steps in removing your dock as a hazard by browsing our products below and when you're ready tap the request a quote button or find it in the header/footer menus.
Kyle would love to talk with you and discuss your options and what fits your needs best.
While swimming around your dock, eliminate electric hazards by manually disconnecting the power. The MDA also monitors for stray voltage in the water, detecting hazards from external sources.
Installations Starting at $1099
Actively protects your family when they're in the water. At the same time, the power to your dock stays active, giving you the convenience of having electricity without sacrificing peace of mind.
Installations Starting at $1299
The Safe Smart Dock includes all of the same safety features as the Safe Dock AD PLUS remote monitoring and control.
*Installation Fee based upon system option, dock size & setup, and electric service size. (Installations are completed by a Safe Dock trained electrical contractor).