The Ground Screw Pole Anchor is a steel pole that has a helical plate welded onto one end. The helical plate acts as a screw, allowing the anchor to be twisted into the ground. The top of the pole is designed to support various structures, such as a fence post or a light pole.
The Ground Screw Pile Anchor, on the other hand, is a helical screw that is designed to support heavier structures, such as a building or a bridge. It has a longer and thicker helical plate and a longer shaft to provide greater support and stability.
Both Ground Screw Pole Anchors and Ground Screw Pile Anchors are environmentally friendly and have a lower carbon footprint compared to traditional concrete foundations. They are also more efficient and cost-effective as they require less time and labor for installation.
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