How Deep Is Telephone Pole Buried?


The average pole in the United States is buried six feet into the ground. The pole stands roughly another 34 feet above the ground. There are some poles that are over 100 foot in length, which would have be be buried a lot more than six foot deep.
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An average telephone pole is buried around 36 inches deep. The cable
As a rule of thumb two thirds of any pole are above ground and one third is below ground. Source(s): builder
It depends on what the purpose of the pole is. I believe the ones my parents built an elk fence with are buried 4 feet into the ground; and the temporary power poles I install are
Where do you live? They need to be under the frost line.
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