Various type of lighting poles for parking lot lighting and wide area illumination.
These Pole Fixtures are supported by a 24" diameter, reinforced concrete foundation (55" deep), with 24" long X 3/4" diameter embedded anchor
bolts. The Fixture Heads are available in H.P.S. (amber color light) or M.H. (white light) and are available in 150, 250 & 400 watts.
This typical foundation shown on the right is an industry standard for a 20 ft. pole and costs approx. $1,000.00 Call us for a new parking lot
lighting design. We'll visit your property and design a lighting plan that is both cost effective and energy efficient. Our years of experience in
providing good common sense planning and installations makes us the one to choose.
Utility poles are divided into ten classes, from 1 to 10.
The classes' definition specifies a minimum circumference that depends on the species of tree and the length of the pole.
This circumference is measured 6 feet from the butt of the pole.
There is also a minimum top circumference that is the same for all species and lengths.
For example, a class 1 pole has a minimum top circumference of 27 inches. If it is 25 feet long and cedar (most utility poles are cedar),
the circumference measured 6 feet from the bottom must be at least 43.5 inches.
The higher the class number, the skinnier the pole. Pole lengths start at 16 feet and increase by 2-foot steps to 22 feet,
then by fives from 25 feet to 90 feet. A 90-foot class 1 western red cedar pole weighs about 6,600 pounds. A 16-foot pole weighs only about 700.
Standards (from ANSI) severely limit or exclude various types of damage, including bird holes and insect boring,
and describe ways of specifying the pole's straightness.
On curves, hillsides, or other locations where there's an unbalanced pull on the pole, standard practice calls for increasing
the portion of the pole that is buried. For example, for poles being set along a straight line, 6 feet of a 35-foot pole would be buried, but if the pole
were on a curve, 6.5 feet.
A 35-foot pole is a typical length used in cities to carry one or two crossarms. Poles are spaced about 100 feet to 150 feet apart,
with 125 feet being typical.
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1. Travel, Lift &
Test: add $165.00 one time charge for initial scheduled service.
Urgent Service - add $85.00.
2. Service per Fixture: add $41.00 at each location.
3. Component Replacements,
LABOR per Fixture: add Lamp $8.,
Lamp Shell $19., Ballast $61., Photo C. $24.
4. Component Replacements, OUR STOCK: add cost plus 20% for Lamps, Lamp
Sockets, Ballasts, Photo Cells, Other.
5. Circuit diagnostics, Wiring repairs,
water-entrance problems, trouble shooting: add $85.00 per hour.
6. Commercial Signage Services: add $185.00 minimum to open or service
any lighted sign.
7. Auto damages / Hazardous Conditions: Emergency Service $350.00 for
removal, safety and clean-up services.
8. NOTES: A. Distance / Miles; added travel costs may apply. B.
Minimum Service $340.00. C. 175 & 1000 watt fixtures +15%.
LED Lighting - LED Retro-Fit Kits for Exterior Area Lighting and Parking Lot Lighting Poles.
Lighting Bollards - Bollard lights for outdoor walkway lighting are encased in a sturdy vertical post at ground level.
Light Poles for a Restaurant, Cafe, Diner, Philadelphia.
Light Poles for Shopping Centers. Shopping and Retail - Parking and Security Lighting.
Parking Lot Lighting Services.
Parking Lot Lighting Pole Price List - by the Delaware County, PA Cost Information Services.
Sports Lighting and Light Poles for Your Playground.