joined_video_cf257dff1b5444588fd94a22bd21205bBelow is a project we did in Staten island where we replaced their existing steel flagpole with a new aluminum one.
Below is a project we did in Astoria NY at a public park.
Below is a project we did in Pennsylvania which entailed removed their existing flagpole but using the existing foundation. Existing pole was removed and a 1-1/2″ thick steel plate was slipped over the existing stub and welded.
Below was a project where we painted and reroped a roof top flag.
Below is another roof mounted flagpole in Queens NY that was painted and reroped.
Below was a project we did at a NYPD police precinct. The existing steel flagpole that was a tilt pole which means it could be tilted down to replace the rope / paint the pole. The set up was rusted and was not used for years. We removed all the steel and welded a plate which allows an aluminum flagpole to be attached. They don’t have to worry about the pole rusting anymore.
Below is a project in New Jersey. This was a pole in a park which we sanded down to bare metal , primed , painted and replaced the hardware on top.
Below was a project in Queens where we serviced a roof top flagpole . New hardware and rope. Before they had a single pulley truck . We replaced it with a revolving double pulley truck .
Below is a project where we installed a 30′ roof top flagpole @ CASA Building Materials in the Bronx.
Below is another roof top mounted flagpole which was attached to their existing AC supports.
Below is a internal halyard flagpole that we had to recable
20′ Flagpole mounted on top of a gas station canopy.
Flagpole climb in Queens NY .
Flagpole service call at a school in New Jersey. Reroped an internal halyard flagpole and changed out some hardware.