Seawall Construction & Repair

Is it Time to Repair or Replace Your Seawall?

A damaged seawall can be detrimental to the integrity and value of your property. Seawalls are built to last between 30-50 years, if you're beginning to notice fissures, breaches, or other issues with your seawall, give us a call and we can determine if you need to repair or replace your existing seawall.


Benefits of a Vinyl Seawall

There are many options available when it comes to building a new or replacing an existing seawall. We recommend vinyl seawall panels for most applications because of its toughness, versatility, and longevity.


Whether you build a new seawall or update an existing one, vinyl seawalls can maintain a lifespan of up to 50 years. The vinyl material is non-pervious and holds strong against the sun, salt, and many other things in Florida that can chisel away at your seawall.


With Vinyl seawalls, you don't have to tear down your existing seawall and start from scratch. This way, we can avoid messy demolition while extending the life of your seawall.


The construction process of vinyl seawalls can be completed in just a few weeks with smaller equipment which significantly lowers the effect on your yard.

Frequently Asked Questions

Many factors contribute to the total coast of a seawall project such as size, type of product, and any special construction costs such as a barge platform. The price typically ranges from $800-$1,300 per foot of seawall.

Many factors can affect the timeline of a seawall project such as the quoting and contract process, the waiting period for permits, and the actual construction process of the seawall. Overall, you can expect a timeline from anywhere between 2-6 months.

The construction process for vinyl seawalls enables us to minimize the construction's footprint on your yard by using smaller equipment. We also have in house barges when upland access is extremely limited.

Seawalls are built to last around 30-50 years. So, depending on when your seawall was built, it could be time to update or replace your seawall with new vinyl paneling that could extend its life for up to 50 more years.

A local, state, and federal permit is required for a seawall installation. The federal permit is typically issued by Army Corp of Engineers. The state permit is typically issued by Department of Environmental Protection. The local permit is issued by your local city, town, or county. You can learn more about permitting here.

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