Wind Load Analysis Connecticut

DECORATIVE LIGHT POSTS IN CONNECTICUT

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

For any citizens or business owners in Connecticut who are in need of wind load analysis, windloadcalc.com has your solution. We produce wind load calculators which have been designed and created by professional engineers to take unique local data on known weather patterns, and along with your inputs regarding the fixture itself (height, weight, and other factors including materials) analyze this data. We also take into account any codes or local ordinances in your area as well. We serve every county in Connecticut and have been in business supplying high quality analysis on wind loads since 2001. We offer a convenient and cost effective way to keep up with changing requirements in domestic ASCW Building Code and international building codes (IBC) as well as streamlining the process, delivering calculators that are available online immediately after purchase through our online store. We support and work with local governments and private projects across the state of Connecticut including major cities such as Bridgeport, New Haven, Stamford, Hartford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury, New Britain, West Hartford, Greenwich, Hamden, Fairfield, and Bristol. We make the process as simple and cost effective as possible. Nothing should fall or blow over if properly done. Windloadcalc.com has provided our calculators and data analysis tools to thousands of locales around the county and even internationally.

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

When inclement weather hits, you want to be sure that your light fixtures, decorative poles, and lamp-posts 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. As an added convenience, we have designed our software to automatically update whenever local ordinances or codes change, and this is done at no additional cost once you have purchased the calculator. Windloadcalc.com has been providing wind load calculators since 2001 and has become an industry leader in this new environment. We helped architects in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina and help people in local markets all across Connecticut to pass through the permitting process.

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 Connecticut for:

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

CONNECTICUT WIND LOAD ANALYSIS

The most southern state in New England and the northeastern US, Connecticut is so close to New York City that it is sometimes grouped together with that area and New Jersey and referred to as the Tri-State Area. It borders Rhode Island, New York, and Massachusetts, as well as the Atlantic Ocean (Long Island Sound). A great deal of the southern portion of the state, as well as the majority of the population, is actually part of the New York metro area. New Haven is home to the Ivy League school of Yale, and The University of Connecticut is a perennial men’s basketball powerhouse. One of the original 13 colonies, Connecticut saw some of the first fighting of the American Revolutionary War, at Lexington and Concord. Like other states in the northeast, Connecticut can see bad weather at times. Recently, Hurricane Sandy brought tropical force winds in 2012 and caused over $360 million in damages to the state. When extreme weather and high winds come to Connecticut, make sure your decorative light poles are safe and secure by getting a wind load analysis from windloadcalc.com.

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