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Tips to take care and maintain Heavy-duty flag poles

Have you installed heavy-duty flagpoles at home or business? And looking for a guide to maintain and care for your flagpole, then you are at the right place as we have prepared a brief guide on maintenance and care for Heavy-duty Lipumastid.

Guide to maintain and care for heavy-duty flagpoles

Regularly check the condition of the Lipumastid 

When you install a flag pole at your home or office, check its condition regularly like you can check if it has rust, dirt, dent, clean, paint condition, etc. 

When you raise and lower the flag, you should see if it is clean or dirty.

You should also check if its rings and fittings are in good operation.

Maintenance and safety inspection

Many manufacturers suggest checking the flagpoles condition every 3 – 6months for ensuring their safety and better operation. There are many flagpole maintenances and safety companies that you can hire for regular inspection.

Climatic Condition

Heavy-duty flagpoles can withstand harsh climatic conditions like heavy rains and the extreme winter season. Still, their parts may wear down and affect their functionality and longevity after some time, so make sure that your flagpole is in good operation.

For instance, if the place you live in has extreme winter conditions, check your flagpoles before and after the cold weather season.

Cleaning 

The heavy-duty flagpoles may not require cleaning every time you see dirt. If you see that dirt and mud are built upon the flagpole, which is not looking good, you can use a water pipe and keep the water pressure high. If water is not working, you can also use soap on the flagpoles; if water is not working, make sure it won’t ruin the flagpole finishes. So, before using soaps or detergents or any cleansing agent, try it in a small flagpole area to see if it is destroying the finishes of flagpoles.

So, make sure you follow these instructions to maintain your flagpole in excellent condition.

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