5 Benefits of Choosing ULS for Composite Poles

5 Benefits of Choosing ULS for Composite Poles

1. Short Lead Times

The United Lighting Standards team can get quality composite light poles for you quickly.

To learn about our current lead times, call our Project Managers at 586-774-5650, ext. 1.

2. Extensive Pole-Making Experience

One of the main advantages of partnering with us is our considerable industry experience. Backed by a team with over 50 years of pole manufacturing experience and global leaders in filament-wound composites, we were built and designed from the ground up to address the increasing demand for durable, easy-to-install lighting, transmission and distribution poles.

3. American-Made Products

All of our products are domestically sourced and wound, fabricated, and finished in our Michigan facility.

That means your clients can enjoy the benefits of high-quality American-made products, while supporting an American business.

4. High Standards

We know that to make quality light poles, we need to follow strict criteria.

That’s why we adhere to the standards set by ACMA, AASHTO, ASTM International, and NEMA.

5. Partner Resources

With United Lighting Standards, you’ll enjoy personable service from a team eager to help however they can.

Here’s information for contacting us:

You can also log in to PoleVault™ to access various tools, like pricing, the custom color match request form, instructions on measuring bolt circles, and an ordering guide.

Need to shop for composite light poles? Click here to browse your options. When you’re ready for a quote, reach out to us.

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About Us

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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