S and H Docks is located on the edge of the Canadian Shield in beautiful Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba, the heart of cottage country. Numerous rivers and lakes, Provincial parks and proximity to Winnipeg make Lac du Bonnet a prime location for our product and services.
S and H Docks has been under the new management of Marc and Nicole Bilodeau since the spring of 2019.
Marc and Nicole have made Lac Du Bonnet their new home and are committed to their customers, offering prompt, friendly, hassle free service.
Complementing the existing S & H engineering and manufacturing systems, Marc brings 20+ years of certified expertise in mechanical and steel fabrication along with project management. This sets us apart from the others!
Quality and customer satisfaction along with the safety of employees and consideration for the environment is S & H Dock's mission priority.
We look forward to working with you!
"S & H Docks are the best!!
I bought a home in Lac du Bonnet on the river and was looking to have someone replace the older smaller dock that was there.
I did my homework and asked around the area and in the city as well. I checked out the other companies and products and found that S & H Docks had the best reputation by far.
They helped me along the way with what product would best suit my water frontage and answered in detail any questions I may have had.
I found their product, service and INTEGRITY of their business to be top notch!!
S and H Docks recognized a need in the area for a line of docks, lifts and ramps suited for the severe and variable conditions.
With these conditions in mind, our products have evolved so that they are usable in almost any situation and will stand up to the harsh conditions.
We take pride in the quality of our work and the satisfaction of our customers.
We look forward to working with you on any dock, lift or ramp project.
The safety of our customers, staff and the environments play an important part in what we do.
Our products have been engineered to provide years of safe operation and to work in harmony with the environment they are surrounded by.
We follow the regulations as set out by various organizations and regulating bodies including the Provincial Parks, Manitoba Hydro and municipalities we work in.
Check out some of the available documentation which outline some important guidelines when considering developing or changing your waterline landscape.
Manitoba Hydro Letters of Advice
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