Flag Poles and Indoor Poles
Flagpoles, Fittings, Repairs and Information.
Flags of All Nations is a complete shop for flagpoles, flags and banners. In 30 years of business we have assisted with a lot of questions and requests for help with products and we would love to be able to help you, so if you have any questions relating to your flags or accessories, please feel free to contact us at any time!
6m Outdoor Flagpoles
Our 6m outdoor poles are powder coated aluminum with the full 6m above ground. These poles can be installed by a handyman with a crowbar, spade and a spirit level in about an hour approximately, using quick set concrete that will need to be mixed in a wheelbarrow. Installation instructions are supplied with a the pole, however, if you would prefer we offer an installation service for a fee.
If you would like to purchase an outdoor pole, click here
Elegant and beautifully finished, these items are handsome pieces to suit any décor. Materials used in the base, staff, and finial, is selected straight grain hardwood clear of knots, walnut stained and polished. Staves are 32mm dia, normally 2.4m long to suit modern ceiling heights and is well dressed by a 2-yard flag (1830 x 915mm). They can be in a single shaft, or divided with a polished brass ferrule for convenient transport.
If you would like to purchase indoor flagpoles/displays, click here
T-Bar Banner Poles
These banner poles present your banner in the most attractive light for static display or hand held in a parade. Easy to assemble, easy to pack for transport, and quick and easy to re-assemble, they are made from selected straight grain hardwood clear of knots, walnut stained and polished.
If you would like to purchase a t-bar banner pole, click here
How to Rig a Flagpole
The recommended method is for the halyard to be an endless loop, and the loop long enough to make a secure tie onto the tie-off cleat near the bottom of the pole. If the pole is in a very windy location or the pole is on the roof or mounted at an angle, it is advisable to pass one strand of the halyard through the “bridge” of the cleat so that it is always accessible.
There is an alternative method to rig a flagpole, however this can result in the halyard clip zipping to the top of the pole if you accidentally let go of it, so this is not our preferred method:
Step 1. Pass one strand of rope through the top pulley and splice on a flag clip.
Step 2. Make a loop 50cm under the tie-off cleat and back to the spliced flag clip. Cut the rope at this point.
Step 3. Splice on the halyard’s second flag clip, then you can clip the two clips together. You now have a halyard forming an endless loop, and sufficient rope to securely tie off onto the cleat when no flag is attached.
Step 4. Clip on the flag between these two halyard clips. You now have an endless loop which includes the flag, but this time you have excess rope to tie off on the cleat. Tie it off as neatly as you can please.
Warning: Do not let go of the top halyard clip. If you do it may zip up to the top of the pole out of reach.
Final Tip. Pass the halyard around the pole once before tying off tightly to prevent rope noise, whether there is a flag flying or not.