Hurricane Sandy Repairs
Damage Repairs
NJ Dock Repair, NJ Bulkhead Repair and Boat Lift Replacement and Repair

If you suffered damage or loss to your dock, bulkhead or boat lift due to Hurricane Sandy, Extreme Marine can offer the knowledge and experience to expedite your waterfront repairs or replacement. We offer over 15 years of experience of residential floating docks and bulkheads to commercial and municipal marina’s and along the Jersey Shore.

Our service and expertise of offering consultation, design, permitting, manufacturing and professional installation will help you get your NJ waterfront repair up and running quickly. We will work with you and your marine insurance company to expedite your waterfront repairs or replacement.

    Hurricane Damage Repairs we specialize in
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  • Cleanup and repair of floating and stationary docks
  • Rebuild of bulkheads
  • Rebuild and repair of boat lifts
  • House piling installations
  • Pier repair
  • Commercial and Residential Waterfront Repairs


Please don’t hesitate to call (732)864-1170 or visit our office in Toms River to learn
how Extreme Marine can help with the damage that Hurricane Sandy has caused.



FAQ's about Docks, Pilings, Boatlift and Bulkhead Repairs caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Information found at www.nj.gov

Do I need a permit to replace or repair any of the docks, pilings, boat lifts or bulkhead at my marina?

Land Use permit is not required for all structures listed above that legally existed prior to Hurricane Sandy if they are repaired or replaced in the same location and footprint. A Waterfront Development permit would be required if you are reconfiguring your docks. A land use permit is not required for the replacement of fixed docks that service pleasure vessels with floating docks provided they are in the same location and footprint. Note: These activities may require authorization from the Army Corps of Engineers. A CAFRA permit is not required to fill sink holes or replace eroded material located upland of a bulkhead. If your marina is located along a tidal waterway, but outside of the CAFRA jurisdictional area this activity would be regulated by DEP. At this time you can apply for an emergency permit to fill any sink holes or replace eroded material located landward of your existing bulkhead and an Upland Waterfront Development permit would be required.

Do I need a permit to replace or repair my dock, pilings, boat lift or bulkhead at my residential property?

A permit is not required for any dock, pilings, boat lift or bulkhead that legally existed prior to Hurricane Sandy if they are repaired or replaced in the same location and footprint. A Coastal GP or Waterfront Development In-Water IP is currently required to elevate the height of a bulkhead or construct a new bulkhead waterward of the existing bulkhead. A Waterfront Development permit is required if you are reconfiguring your docks. In addition, authorization from the Army Corps of Engineers may be required for any work below the mean high water line.

Do I need a permit to replace or repair my dock, pilings, boat lift or bulkhead at my non-residential property?
Yes, a permit is required for any work below the mean high water line at a commercial, industrial or public property with the exception of marinas (See Marina FAQ for more information). DEP also issued Administrative Order No. 2012-13 on November 3, 2012 that waives certain DEP permit requirements for State, County and Municipal agencies from DEP’s formal permit procedures. Repair or reconstruction of a bulkhead or similar shoreline stabilization structure on public property may qualify for the Administrative Order. In addition, authorization from the Army Corps of Engineers may be required for any work below the mean high water line. ds, docks, etc. in excess of a million dollars in work.