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Using and Maintaining your Flagpole in 3 Easy Steps

Here at Flagmakers we are passionate about looking after your new or upgraded flagpole installation. We are here to advise and guide you in caring for the requirements of the pole including safety and maintenance concerns.

On installing a flagpole we fit a couple of small advisory stickers. These are designed to make future maintenance easier and help guide you through any issues you may have.

  1. Our team will enter a service date and assign a date for the flagpoles next service to ensure the pole maintains its high quality finish and is still safe. There is also an asset number featured which is designed to help customers maintain at record for a flag portfolio if required.
  2. This sticker displays a straightforward self-help guide in how to raise a flag on your brand new flagpole for the first time. There are 7 key points offered which should ensure successful flag hoisting. Our contact details are also applied if you are feeling a little unsure by means of telephone or email.
  3. You may have noticed the QR code displayed on the sticker. We are excited to have this technology and are using it to offer an additional supporting guide in using your flagpole. Simply hold your Smartphone’s QR reading application over the image and your phones camera will cleverly take you direct to our specific webpage, which offers a simple ‘how to guide’ to hoisting your flag upon your flagpole.

 

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Flag Signs

 

Using the QR Code

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Step 1: Load app

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Step 2: Scan QR Code

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Step 3: Load page

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Step 4: Play video

 

For information on flag maintenance please click here.

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Paul Noble

Paul Noble is the current Sales & Marketing Director of the Flagmakers Group. He oversees both teams and retains a hands-on customer-facing role.

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