Wind Load Analysis Oklahoma

DECORATIVE LIGHT POSTS IN OKLAHOMA

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

If you live in Oklahoma, or run your business anywhere in the state, and have need of a wind load analysis, we at windloadcalc.com have your solution. For over 15 years we have been simplifying the process and taking the guess work out with high quality wind load calculators. We offer a convenient and cost-effective way to keep up with any changing regulations in domestic ASCE Building Code and international building codes (IBC) as well. For your convenience our tools are downloadable through our secure online store right after purchase – no waiting for delivery or any other steps. Windloadcalc.com supports and helps both public, local governments and private companies in all counties of Oklahoma, including major cities such as Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Lawton, Edmond, Moore, Midwest City, Enid, and Stillwater. We take the worry off you, and strive to make the task of obtaining analysis on wind load data for your decorative light posts simple and straightforward. Once properly installed, none of these structures should fall or blow over, regardless of what mother nature throws at them. We’ve been helping clients in thousands of different areas, even overseas.

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

After storms damage your light fixtures, decorative poles, and lamp-posts is not the ideal time to see if they can withstand the wind, you want to do this before the extreme weather comes! This is best accomplished with a wind load analysis from windloadcalc.com. The data analysis allows you to access the information you need to ensure that your decorative light posts are safe and meet local code and ordinance requirements. Exact geographical location and known wind/weather events are included in each calculation, as well as local requirements, codes, or ordinances. Each and every post or pole needs to be placed, installed, or buried deep enough to ensure they will not be damaged by wind speed. Take the guess-work away with a wind load analysis calculator from windloadcalc.com. Even though this is an emerging and new/increasing important industry, we have established ourselves already as recognized industry leaders in the field. We helped architects in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to rebuild after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. We also work and support public and private projects in all counties of Oklahoma and help people 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 Oklahoma for:

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

OKLAHOMA WIND LOAD ANALYSIS

Oklahoma, located in the South Central US, is known as the Sooner State, after the non-native settlers who staked claims on the best pieces of land before the official settlement opening date. Bordered by neighboring states Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas, the landlocked Oklahoma mostly lies in the Great Plains, Cross Timbers, and the U.S. Interior Highlands and is especially vulnerable to severe weather. The state is almost completely within the so-called ‘Tornado Alley,’ which sees more tornadoes per year than practically anywhere else on the planet Earth. This is due to its location between three climates: the cooler and drier air from up north in Canada, and the hot, dry air of the American Southwest, and the warm, wet air of the Gulf of Mexico. These mixing air currents with their varying amounts of moisture mix in the skies above Oklahoma and make most of the state very susceptible to extreme thunderstorms, with high winds, hail, and tornadoes all being common throughout the state. For any freestanding structures rooted into the ground, like decorative light posts, poles, or mailboxes, make sure they will be secure when the next extreme weather event comes to Oklahoma: get a wind load analysis from windloadcalc.com.

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