Straight Answers About Buying Utility Poles

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More and more people are doing what they can to decrease their impact on the environment. It's not just about believing in global warming or reports of environmental disaster waiting to happen. It's about being responsible with what you do and what you use.

Regardless of whether you believe in humanity's negative impact on our mother earth, you can still do what you can to protect her. From how you dispose of your garbage to the kinds of materials you use, you can do your best to make sure what you do won't contribute to detrimental effects.

There are materials for housing, yards, and building that are not only smart, but can save you a bundle. If you are building or replacing fencing or piping, getting rid of rotted or corroded utility poles, distribution poles, or piping, you can buy utility poles and piping that are made from recycled materials.

One such pole is called ductile iron poles. Ductile iron is made from recycled materials, and can even be recycled again after their service is ended. You can buy utility poles and piping made from ductile iron that will last over 75 years or more. And the initial cost is much cheaper than steel and concrete alternatives.

The longevity factor saves you even more because you won't be replacing them every ten to twenty years. Wood, steel, and concrete just won't last that long. And to get any kind of life span out of those materials, they have to be treated and retreated, especially wood, which costs even more money.

Ductile iron won't rust, rot, corrode, or leach. It doesn't have to be treated. They have a strength capacity of 42 ksi. The material has consistent dimensional control, so they are easily and effectively drilled, shaped, and installed. The utility poles have a tapered design that makes installation and orientation super simple for installers and builders.

Frankly, ductile iron has so many attributes and assets, homeowners and builders may as well throw their money into the bonfire if they continue to use traditional wood, steel, and concrete. Easy to install, cheaper to buy, environmentally friendly, longer lifespan, and can still be recycled in a hundred years.

When you buy utility poles, distribution poles, or piping, get in on the cutting edge, save a ton of money, and know that you've done something to protect our way of life. Look into the benefits of ductile iron alternatives. You'll be very glad you did.
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This article was published on 2010/11/11