Utility poles made of wood remain the most economical choice for utility companies. Ours are primarily lodgepole pine.
How well do wooden poles stand up? There are more than 130 million of them in service in North America!
We contribute to this success story by going through an elaborate inspection process. Even before they arrive in our yard, poles undergo a variety of grading and inspection procedures to ensure they meet all CSA standards.
Once these poles have been pressure-treated, samples are sent to an independent laboratory to verify that the required chemical retention has been achieved. Poles are then inspected and approved by a third-party inspector.
Our utility poles come in a variety of sizes. In addition to those listed below, other sizes are available on request.
VWP pressure-treats fir crossarms for utility companies throughout Western Canada. We also provide a treating service for crossarms to several utility company suppliers.
Please contact us for pricing and availability
|Description||Length (ft)||Class||Weight (lbs)|
|Pole – Class 4/35||35′||4||840|
|Pole – Class 5/35||35′||5||715|
|Pole – Class 6/35||35′||6||620|
|Pole – Class 3/40||40′||3||1180|
|Pole – Class 4/40||40′||4||1015|
|Pole – Class 5/40||40′||5||880|
|Pole – Class 3/45||45′||3||1385|
|Pole – Class 4/45||45′||4||1210|
|Pole – Class 5/45||45′||5||1055|
|Pole – Class 4/50||50′||4||1400|
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