Ummm... I am sure that this is totally unhelpful....but most people that need to buy a telephone pole have hit them with a car and will be billed automatically! Try getting in touch with your local phone company...WITHOUT hitting one with your car!
You got a chainsaw? and a moonless night? and big roofrack? No?Well, I guess you could ask the North American Wood Pole Council for a referralhttp://www.woodpoles.org/PoleSupply.htm
We occasionally see someone who hits and takes out a telephone pole. The unfortunate person may wish that contact with said pole will kill them as the person who struck and took out the pole is charged $10,000 for the costs of removal and installation of a new one- digging a hole, purchase of pole, restringing new wire, Union costs for about 15 guys who stand around and scratch their butts.. A VERY BIG FINE. Hope yours costs less!Annalisa
We needed some telephone poles this summer to act as runners for a couple of small bridges we wanted to build. My husband knew someone whose brother works for the telephone company--he hooked us up. These were poles that had been replaced, so technically they weren't up to telephone pole standards anymore, but they worked perfectly for us.
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