The Wood Pole Doctors!
Our Inspectors Use State-of-the-art Preservatives Maintaining the NESC Code
Wood Pole Inspection & Maintenance in Pacific, Northwest
Why Test and Treat?
Testing and treating make all the difference in the safety and longevity of your wood poles.
The purpose of an inspection and maintenance program for in-service wood poles is to extend the service life of the pole greatly. Detecting decay in its early stages can reduce or eliminate the cost of replacement. Early detection can also be the difference between a scheduled replacement of the pole or the pole breaking when you least expect it.
The most important reason to inspect and treat poles is the safety of the public. If decay is not detected early and the pole fails, the results can damage property or seriously compromise the public's safety.
Public relations is the main focus of our inspectors. We approach all situations with a "the customer's always right'' attitude.
Pacific Pole Inspection uses state-of-the-art preservatives. We keep up on the latest industry standards, including the latest NESC code.
Our experience includes working with Government contracts, PUDs, and school districts.
We are Quality Focused
Nothing is more important than the quality of our work. Within the corporate world, the emphasis is placed on production and numbers; quality comes second. Pacific Pole Inspection prides itself on the quality of its work. We feel that slowing down and focusing on doing the job right the first time is more important than production numbers.
NESC Joint Use Inspections
Testing and Treating
GPS Pole Mapping
Guy Marker Installation