Frequently Asked Questions About Marine Construction
Looking into a marine construction job but have questions? We’ve collected the experts at Stokes Marine to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about marine construction.
At what stage of the construction process is the plumbing work performed?
Answer: The plumbing work is performed once the dock is completed. The plumber does not begin their work until the dock is completely finished. So, the electrical and plumbing are the last steps of the process.
Do I need an electrical permit for the wiring on my boat lift lights and dock outlets?
Answer: Yes, an electrical permit is required. Stokes Marine is happy to recommend an electrician or include the electrical work scope in our proposal for your marine project.
At what stage of the construction process is the electrical work performed?
Answer: The electrical work is performed once the dock is complete. The electrician does not begin their work until the dock is completely finished and the lifts are installed. The electrical and plumbing are the last steps of the process.
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