Pole Inspection

Privately owned poles require a 12-month maintenance check arranged by the homeowner. The importance of this is to ensure that the poles supplying electricity to the property are structurally sound and identify any potential risks that make effect the integrity of the pole.

Areas that can be identified with a maintenance check that require attention are:

Wooden Poles

  • Rot
  • Fungi
  • Fire damage
  • Termites
  • Impact damage

Steel Poles

  • Rust
  • Impact damage
  • Pole lean

We can carry out maintenance works by testing the integrity of the pole as well as treating existing damage with the goal to be to minimise the need for a costly full replacement by prolonging the life of the existing pole.

All maintenance services are carried out by a certified level 2 qualified pole inspector and you will be provided with Certificate of safety after inspection valid for 12 months upon completion.

How do you know if you are responsible for the private pole maintenance?

Pole inspection scenario 1
Pole inspection scenario 2

Sourced from Private poles – Ausgrid

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