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Forecourt flagpoles: First impressions count!

2nd Aug 2022
By Harrison Flagpoles |
Forecourt Flagpoles |
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Forecourt flagpoles

With the new car registration just around the corner, we thought we’d take a look at the different forecourt flagpoles we offer. When it comes to selling a car, first impressions are extremely important when trying to attract new customers into your garage. Forecourt flagpoles are very simple to install and are a fantastic way of using your available space to make your forecourt stand out from the others. As a supplier to some of the biggest names in the industry, including Audi, BMW, Peugeot and Nissan, we know what it takes to truly impress your customers. Available in a range of colours, sizes and different base types, we’re sure we have a flagpole to suit your needs!

Which one is right for you?

Our aluminium Forecourt Flagpoles, which range from 4 to 6 metres, can become a permanent feature by installing them with a ground sleeve. With the addition of a ground spike or heavy duty plastic or steel foot they can be placed anywhere on the forecourt or grassed area. Each pole comes complete with our 34mm diameter heavy duty swivel arm mechanism which is the strongest on the market.

If you’re looking for something than can be easily moved around or only needed during a promotional event then our Telescopic poles could be the perfect choice. Available in both 5.4 and 6 metre poles, they can even accommodate large trucks as our extra long steel truck foot allows even the biggest wheels to be positioned onto it. All our forecourt flagpoles are designed to make changing your flags extremely easy so don’t forget to order your flags too!

How to look after your flags and flagpoles

To ensure you get the most out of your flags and flagpoles it’s important to follow our maintenance recommendations. Simple things like checking your halyard for signs of wear or fraying every week and checking the stability of your flagpoles and cleaning them to remove any surface grime every 6 months will increase the longevity of your flagpole. If you’re flying a standard flag and wind speeds are expected to exceed 30mph, flags must be taken down in these adverse weather conditions.

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