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05-25-2020

The Importance of Regular Light Pole Inspections

In many areas of the country, light poles are subjected to rain, snow, sleet, and ice build-up. As a result, the poles can rust and corrode over time. If damage is left unchecked, light poles can eventually fail and fall…

05-11-2020

The Effects of Wind-Induced Vibrations on Steel and Aluminum Light Poles

When choosing light poles, it’s important to consider the environmental factor of wind-induced vibrations, which can severely damage both steel and aluminum poles. However, if you plan properly, you can limit — or even eliminate — the need for repairs…

04-27-2020

Steel vs. Aluminum – A Quick Analysis

When it’s time to choose a light pole, you have two choices of material: steel or aluminum. Think about the needs of your project. Which is better for your budget? Is aesthetics important? Are there harsh weather conditions to consider?…

04-20-2020

The ULS Blog Is Here

If you’re interested in content that provides valuable insight and helps you make smarter decisions on behalf of your customers, you’ve come to the right place. A few times each month, we’ll share tips, success stories, product information and other…

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United Lighting Standards has been committed to designing, fabricating, finishing, and packaging high-quality steel and aluminum poles since 1971. We adhere to standards set forth by AASHTO, ASTM International, and NEMA. All of our products are built using fabricating and welding procedures outlined in the American Welding Society (AWS) manual for steel and aluminum to eliminate welding defects and ensure structural integrity.

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