Fortress Pilings revamps its website

The company says the new site answers many common questions about composite pilings.
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Fortress Pilings, which makes materials for a range of marine applications including docks, piers, boatlifts and seawalls and the company has a new website.

The company says the new site at www.fortresspilings.com answers many common questions about composite pilings, provides technical data for design and engineering and examples of Fortress commercial and recreational installations.

Unlike other composite piles, Fortress Pilings are wound on a mandrel using continuous strand fiberglass and high-quality resin. The pile has compressive and lateral strength and is lighter and easier to handle than traditional wood piles, the company said in a statement.

A wide range of piling diameters and thicknesses are available to suit myriad requirements.

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