I like wooden power poles a lot, their exactly my bucket truck height and are under $1000 buried, they don't need to be guy wired and they mix in with surroundings. I go to Electrical companies to have them put in. If you have a relationship with the power company they can help too.

Forbes

On 9/10/2010 7:37 AM, Kevin Owen wrote:

Other than a wooden utility pole, does anyone have a source for a direct bury steel pole, such as those you would see used for street lights, etc? I have a need for a client to be up ~30' for a single 1' dish. That will be the only thing ever on the pole, so it won't be loaded. It can't be guyed, and they would prefer not Rohn or other lattice structure for aesthetics. We have been asked to use something like a streetlight pole. We have never used such a pole. Has anyone used one and do you have a source for the pole?

Kevin

First Step Internet, LLC




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