SandCastle Developers can tell you that the Fiberglass Composite materials are stronger than wood, steel, and concrete. The Fiberglass material can withstand high winds and it doesn't pollute our environment. Plus, it last more than 100 years. All materials are made in the USA. Why use materials that start deteriorating on installation? This is not cost effective. By using the fiberglass Composite materials, you will reduce maintenance costs, reduce worker injuries from metal cuts and infections from chemically treated wood splinters. For more information contact us at (973) 464-5506.

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Our Sustainable Fiberglass Composite materials can withstand high winds and are stronger than wood, steel, and concrete.  Plus, it last more than 100 years.  All materials are made in the USA.  Why use materials that start deteriorating on installation?  This is not cost effective.  By using the fiberglass Composite materials, you will reduce maintenance costs, reduce worker injuries from metal cuts and infections from chemically treated wood splinters.  We have the data to back up these claims.

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Gerald Morganti

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Independent Testing



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Strength Comparison

Check out the "Load to Failure" chart comparing several pile construction. Explaining the strength comparison between several size pilings.

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Driving Efficiency

Check out the pile driving chart which shows the Depth, Blows/In, and Transfer Energy for different wall thickness open end reinforced pile.

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The Cape May Coast Guard uses our Fiberglass Composite Piling.

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Artificial reefs, containment fences and bridge fenders are now being fabricated using Fiberglass Composite material.

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The Atlantis Paradise Island in the Bahamas are using sustainable Fiberglass Composite Piling.

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