Spring Installation Contract

Scheduling hinges on when the ice is off the lake. We will not start installations on a lake until all the ice has sunk. We work on a Lake by Lake basis which means we will install on one lake for a set amount of time and then move to the next lake. Wind and lake conditions play a major factor in the installation schedule and what bay we may be starting in. Please know we cannot give exact dates on when you will be installed as weather plays a major role in our installation.

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How Many Pontoon Lifts?(*)
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How Many Boat Lifts(*)
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How Many Jet Ski Lifts(*)
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How Many Canopy Covers?(*)
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Submit a Diagram of Your Lakeshore Set Up
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Let us know how your equipment is setup with a diagram. It helps us when installing your equipment. If you have submitted one prior, it is not necessary to submit one every year if the setup does not change.

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Terms of Service(*)

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It is hereby understood and agreed that I or we agree to indemnify and save harmless Action Dock & Boat Lift Services, from and against any and all damage or exposure which they may suffer or sustain, or be held liable for and against any and all claims, actions or suits on account of damage to property left in their care, custody, and control specifically including but not limited to losses caused by fire, lightning, water, cyclone, tornado, windstorm, hail, explosion, theft, vandalism or any other malicious mischief, collapse of building and other hazards or casualties and whether or not caused by our negligence or acts or failure to act. Every lake owner is urged to insure his property at all times in a suitable amount against all possible hazards and storms.

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