Poles are frequently used for pole barns, meter poles, light poles and rope courses. Pilings are timbers, usually round, which are normally driven where the smaller end (tip) is placed in the ground first, then driven in, as a support for a superstructure. Some uses for pilings are house pilings, friction pilings, piers, marinas, and bulkheads.
Multi-use Poles & Piling
Quality timber piling treated to stand up to the toughest elements.
- Less exposed heartwood
- Readily available variety of sizes
- Usually less expensive than comparable square timber
- Less twisting and warping
- Long lasting
|.15 - .25||Above Ground Contact|
|.34 - .40||In Ground Contact|
|Freshwater Immersion & Saltwater Splash|
|8" diameter butt||8' - 35' long||treated .60 or 2.5|
|10" diameter butt||8' - 40' long||treated .60 or 2.5|
|12" diameter butt||10' - 55' long||treated .60 or 2.5|
|Class Poles||30' - 60' long||treated .60 or 2.5|
|Other sizes and treatments (.40, .80, and 1.0) available upon request.|