Flagnations South re-aligned this 80ft Satin External Aluminum Flagpole as well as changed out some flagpole components. We replaced the existing corroded truck system with a new single revolving truck system with sealed bearings and an aluminum pulley. We replaced the halyard with 3/8" solid braid nylon halyard, added new stainless steel flag snaps, new flag snap covers, and a new retainer ring. This flagpole is now looking like a new flagpole!!
Flagnations South sanded this 100ft steel flagpole and applied one coat of primer paint. We will repair the flagpole truck system and adjust the halyard. Next week we will apply a coat of Bright Glossy White paint and re-install the refurbished ruck system. Flagnantions will have it looking like a brand new flagpole.
In these photos, we completely restored a rusty 100’ flagpole at Bethel Park High School stadium. Located in Bethel Park, PA. We first sanded the flagpole then applied a full coat of rusty red metal oil based primer. A few days later we returned and applied a full coat of oil based aluminum paint to the flagpole. In addition, we replaced the lanyard with solid braided nylon rope and stainless steel snaps and snap covers.
We removed the flagpoles and flagpole bases from the courtyard of the courthouse and cleaned them with an acid-based cleaner to bring them back to their original finish. We then re-installed the flagpoles to their original positions on the wall. Next, we installed a new hardware including solid braided nylon rope, stainless steel snaps, gold ball, aluminum truck system, non-tangle rods, cleats, lock boxes, and new flags.
This project was located in Butler PA and we were working for Newbury Development at an Apartment complex on N. Main St.
We installed a 35’ internal halyard, Sentry model flagpole. You can see from the photos that we marked the area, dug the foundation, poured and finished concrete, assembled the flagpole, installed the flagpole, and raised the flag. All was completed in one day.