Wind Load Analysis New Mexico

DECORATIVE LIGHT POSTS IN NEW MEXICO

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

Windloadcalc.com began in 2001, and in the over 15 years since that time has provided wind load calculations and analysis tools for hundreds of different locales and weather types. If you live in New Mexico and need a wind analysis, we have your solution! We make industry leading tools designed and built by professional engineers so that you can be sure your lamp posts, decorative light poles, lights, and mailboxes will be secure in high winds and bad weather. We also give you a way to keep up with any changing regulations to domestic ASCE Building Code and international building codes (IBC) at no extra cost. Calculators purchased through our online store are available right away with a simple download – no waiting for delivery or any other steps. Windloadcalc.com supports and helps both public, local governments and private companies in all counties of New Mexico, including major cities such as Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Roswell, Farmington, Clovis, Hobbs, Alamogordo, Carlsbad, and Gallup. Our goal is to always make the task of obtaining analysis on wind load data for your decorative light posts simple and straightforward. Your structure needs to stand no matter what Mother Nature throws at it.

GET A WIND LOAD ANALYSIS FOR YOUR DECORATIVE LIGHT POSTS IN NEW MEXICO

Before installing anything that will stick up out of the ground, perform a wind load analysis to make sure it will be secure. A Wind Load Analysis from windloadcalc.com provides the data you need to ensure that your decorative light posts 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 this field emerges and grows, go with the company that has the experience you can trust. We helped architects in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, and we help people all over New Mexico 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 New Mexico for:

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

NEW MEXICO WIND LOAD ANALYSIS

Known as the “Land of Enchantment” for its great natural beauty and nostalgic, American West past, New Mexico is bordered by its neighbor states of Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma, Texas, the corner of Utah at the “Four Corners,” and the country of Mexico to the south. It is in the southwestern US, but also sometimes classified as a mountain state. The Spanish colonized this area in 1598 but for thousands of years prior Native Americans lived there. Some people believe since it shares a name with Mexico, New Mexico was once part of that country, however they mostly have separate and independent histories. Large tracts of land are protected, owned, or managed by the federal government. Much of this land is National Forests, which are common in the northern areas of New Mexico, surprising some people who incorrectly think the whole state is a desert. One of the well-known features of New Mexico that draws many visitors are the surviving structures called pueblos, which people lived in thousands of years before European settlers came. Climate-wise, New Mexico is very dry overall, with the state averaging just 13.9 inches of rain per year. Temperature swings between day and night can be large however, which can lead to high winds. When high winds come to test your decorative light poles and mailboxes in New Mexico, make sure they are secure ahead of time by conducting a wind load analysis from windloadcalc.com.

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