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When Do I Need to Replace My Flagpole Parts?

When Do I Need to Replace My Flagpole Parts?

Flagpole Installation ParamusDisplaying a flag outside your home is a great way to show national pride. The best flagpole installation NJ offers can have your flag proudly blowing in the wind in no time. Once your flagpole is installed, it’s essential to maintain all parts, so it continues looking new. Regularly inspect all parts of your flagpole for signs of damage and know when to order replacements.

  • Flagpole Toppers – Toppers are a decorative piece on top of a flagpole. While commonly found on military poles, they can also be used for personal use. A damaged flagpole will not affect your flagpole’s integrity but will make your pole look unseemly. Replace your topper once it’s damaged upon repair.
  • Flag – The flag is the most essential component of your flagpole system. It is considered disrespectful to display a worn, damaged, or tattered flag. Once you notice signs of damage, replace your flag. Consider purchasing an all-weather flag to avoid excessive wear and tear.
  • Side Mount – A side mount is a part that allows you to anchor your pole to the side of a building or other vertical location. Regularly check for loose screws or signs of rust.
  • Swivel Ring Clips – These clips go around the top of the pole and attach to the flag. When swivel ring clips stop working, your flag may get wrapped around the pole. When they’re damaged, replacing them is easy.

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