One of our most popular videos! This reviews basic care and maintenance as well as how to replace the rope on a standard commercial external halyard flagpole. [...]
A classic flagpole is called an external halyard flagpole. This means the ropes are on the outside and tied to a cleat below. In this tutorial, we show you how to properly tie the halyard to the cleat. [...]
This guide, we take you through replacing the rope (halyard) on your internal cam cleat flagpole. This will look at the steps involved if the rope is still up through the top pulley or if the rope has broken and the rigging has fallen.
All flagpoles require some maintenance. If you have an internal halyard flagpole with a stainless steel cable winch system, this maintenance guide will show you how to replace the cable assembly and what to look out for.
A great way to properly maintain your flagpole, is by replacing snap hooks and halyard when they break down. In this maintenance guide, we will break down the steps in attaching snap hooks with or without covers properly.
It is not as simple to put up a flag as you might think. There are common mistakes made all over the country that we see. This is a list of the most common. If you have your flag strung this way, you are not alone. And it is probably easy to fix!