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If you live on a bayou, bay, or lake, you are probably looking for ways to spend more time enjoying your time on the water and less time on boat maintenance. One simple way to do this is by keeping your boat out of the water. After all, leaving your boat in the water tied to a pier or mooring will accumulate marine growth. This can damage the structure of your boat and reduces your boat performance and efficiency. One of the simplest ways to move your boat into and out of the water is with a boat ramp. Installing your own ramp, instead of relying on public ramps, is easier and more affordable than you may think--especially if you work with Coastal Timbers.
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