Flag Pole Installation and Maintenance

Flagpole Installation

We carry out the following flag pole installations

  • Ground Mounted Hinged base plate
  • Ground tubes
  • Wall brackets
  • Roof tops
  • Church towers 
  • Piers 
  • Castles
  • Pubs 
  • Hotels
  • Restraints
  • Festivals and Event set up
  • Schools
  • Collages
  • Any Installation 

Ground Mounted Hinged Base plate Installations

Flagpole Maintenance  

South Coast Flagpoles can maintain you flagpole, whether its a Roof top or wall mounted , or fitted to a church or building parapet or ground mounted flagpole.

Flagpole Hire

Festival event Set up

Site Surveys

ITSSAR Accredited platform lift operator

South Coast Flagpoles can operate cherry picked tracked and wheeled, platform lifts and scissor lift.

See our gallery for some of the works we have carried out replacing flagpoles and maintaining them and site surveys.

Flagpole Maintenance and Inspection

Many people purchase a flagpole and once it is installed, they forget to have it maintained and inspected regularly.
Regular maintenance is essential to ensure a long and safe life for your flagpole.
The owner is responsible for ensuring that the flagpole and the structure to which it is attached are maintained regularly to provide safety to the public. If you are concerned about your flagpole, it is wise to consult a structural engineer.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 requires ‘Maintenance of it in a condition that is safe and without risk to health’
Although our flags and flagpoles are manufactured from high quality materials, they have to contend with extreme weather conditions which makes regular maintenance essential.
We can help you with this. Just call or email us at South Coast Flagpoles to arrange an inspection quote.

Flags should be lowered during bad weather conditions.  We advise not flying flags if wind speed are 35km/h  or stronger. When it is windy at ground level, conditions are much worse at the top of your flagpole. By lowering your flag when bad weather is due, you will prolong its life.

Please note: never fly flags or display banners in winds exceeding 35km/h. If you are unsure of the quality of the area that you are installing a flagpole or banner system, we strongly recommend you consult a structural engineer.