Wind Load Analysis Alaska

DECORATIVE LIGHT POSTS IN ALASKA

Professional Engineer Created and Delivered Wind Load Analysis for Decorative Light Poles

Are you in need of Wind Load Analysis in Alaska? Since 2001 windloadcalc.com has been streamlining the process with high quality, reliable, professional engineer designed tools that are also easy to use. We offer a convenient and cost effective way to keep up with changing requirements in domestic ASCW Building Code and international building codes (IBC), and our software automatically updates at no additional charge to the customer in the event of any changes to these guidelines. We happily and proudly work with people and governments, and companies big and small, anywhere in Alaska, including major cities such as Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Sitka, Ketchikan, Wasilla, Kenai, Kodiak, Bethel, Palmer, and Homer. Part of our goal is to take the hassle and confusion of getting wind load data, and taking that off of your plate so it’s one less thing to worry about. Our calculators are extremely reliable and put out accurate readings. Nothing should fall or blow over if properly done. We have sold our products overseas and in hundreds of locales domestically, and windloadcalc.com delivers to all parts of Alaska.

GET A WIND LOAD ANALYSIS FOR YOUR DECORATIVE LIGHT POSTS IN ALASKA

When high winds whip across Alaska, you want to be sure that your light fixtures, decorative poles, and lamp-posts will remain intact and undamaged by the storms. A Wind Load Analysis from windloadcalc.com provides the data you need to ensure that your posts/poles are safe and meet local code and ordinance requirements. All posts and poles need to be placed deep enough in the ground to withstand the wind speed based on exact geography and location. Windloadcalc.com has been providing wind load calculators since 2001 and has become an industry leader in this new environment. We are proud to have helped the architects of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in their efforts to rebuild the city after the devastation and destruction of property caused by Hurricane Katrina. We support all projects and fixtures in the state of Alaska with our high-quality wind load calculators.

WE ALSO DO WIND LOAD ANALYSIS FOR THE FOLLOWING:

  • LIGHT POLES
  • LED POST LIGHTS
  • DECORATIVE MAILBOXES
  • DECORATIVE SIGN POSTS
  • VICTORIAN LIGHT FIXTURES
  • CAST ALUMINUM LAMP POSTS
  • LED PARKING LOT LIGHT FIXTURES
  • VICTORIAN OUTDOOR LIGHTING
  • DECORATIVE STREET LAMPS
  • ALUMINUM LAMP POSTS
  • GATE POST LAMPS

WIND Load Calculators – Programs that are downloadable upon purchase for the state and counties of Alaska for:

  1. ASCE 7-10 – Walls Wind Load Program Alaska
  2. ASCE 7-10 – Roof Wind Load Program Alaska
  3. ASCE 7-10 – Sign Wind Load Program Alaska
  4. ASCE 7-10 – Fence/Railing Wind Load Program Alaska
  5. ASCE 7-10 – Post/Pole Wind Load Program Alaska
  6. ASCE 7-10 – Structure Wind Load Program Alaska

ALASKA WIND LOAD ANALYSIS

Alaska, often referred to as “The Last Frontier,” is the largest state by area in America, and also the least densely populated. About half of the people living in Alaska are in the metropolitan area of Anchorage. In addition to tourism and military bases, much of the industry and economy is based around natural resources which are abundant: oil and gas, along with rich fisheries. Russia sold Alaska to the US government in 1867 for $7.2 million. If placed over the contiguous United States for purposes of scale, Alaska would cover the entire upper Midwest of Michigan, Indiana, Kansas, North Dakota, and all the states in between. The capital city, Juneau, isn’t connected by roads to the rest of the highway system. The un-connectedness and remote rural terrain of Alaska, in addition to its harsh northern climate, mean people living here are quite isolated from goods, services, and food commonly available in the rest of the country, giving it a very high cost of living. Federal employees living in Alaska are given 25% of their salary as a cost of living adjustment to help offset this fact. The state of Alaska is so massive that it is difficult to generalize about its climate, but harsh winter storms and high winds are certainly something that Alaskans can expect. To help ensure the safety and security of your lamp posts, decorative light poles, and mailboxes, obtain a wind load analysis from windloadcalc.com.

Contact us to get started on your next Wind Load Analysis today!