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How do boatlifts work?

The High and Dry boat lift works by flooding the pontoons with water to lower the lift. To raise the lift, water is displaced inside the pontoon by an air blower generating positive buoyancy.

How much weight can it lift?

The boatlift has a specified lifting capacity for each lift model. The production models varies from 7000 lbs to 27000 lbs. Custom lifts with higher lifting capacities can be built on demand.

How easy is it to install?

High and Dry is the easiest boat lift to install on the market. A trained Boatlift technician can launch, assemble and install a lift within 2 to 3 hours. The boatlift can be launched from any suitable boat ramp or fork lift and assembled on the water.

How long does it take to lift a boat out of the water?

The time to lift varies with the size of boat lift. Anywhere from 3 to 8 minutes.

What material is it made of?

High and Dry boatlifts are made of fiberglass which making it easy to repair. The resale value of a High and Dry boat lift far exceeds comparable plastic or metal designs.

What makes your boatlift better than other products?

What make the High and Dry unique is its patented syphoning system. The lift has no holes directly into the pontoons under the water so it cannot leak. It also has no moving parts or valves, which minimizes maintenance and wear. A fiberglass lift is easy to refurbish giving it a higher resale value than plastic or metal lifts.

Is there a warranty?

There is a 5 year warranty on the pontoons and 2 year warranty on the blower box.

How do I get my boat onto and off of the lift?

To get your boat off the lift is lowered by flooding the pontoons with water via the integrated siphon system. To raise your boat the air blowers blows air into the pontoons hence displacing the water and raising the lift and boat.

Why Buy a Boat Lift?

Not only do you save time and money on maintenance but the value of a lift kept boat is much higher than that of a boat left in the water. A boatlift protects your investment and ensures more time on the water.

For more boat lift information call High And Dry Boat Lifts: (904) 775-8538



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