Proudly South Australian Owned and Operated

High quality flagpoles designed to meet the unique needs of:

  • Private Homes,
  • Commercial Premises,
  • Sports Clubs,
  • RSL Clubs,
  • Schools,
  • Hospitals,
  • Wineries, and
  • Retirement Villages.
setting up halyard on flagpole

Trouble Free Flagpole Solutions

  • Supply of aluminium flagpoles to 9 metres

  • Expert repairs and maintenance for all types of flagpoles

  • Hassle-free demolition and removal of unwanted flagpoles

  • Reliable relocation services for existing flagpoles

  • Comprehensive inventory of spare parts

  • A wide selection of quality flags

Adelaide Flagpole Services is your one-stop shop for ensuring the longevity of your flagpoles. Whether you require spare parts, repairs, installation, or maintenance, our team is ready to assist. We also proudly stock top-quality Australian-made flags suitable for all occasions. With a variety of designs, sizes, and styles to choose from, we’re here to serve you.

Colin and Sam, the owners, are committed to delivering quality products and efficient services throughout South Australia.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we can. We can install it for you too.

Yes, we provide a full repair service and have a complete range of spare parts in stock.

Its up to you – both are manufactured to withstand Australian outdoor conditions. The tapered flagpole is slightly more expensive due to the manufacturing process.

Generally flagpoles over 6mtrs are made in two sections.

No. Our flagpoles are installed in the ground, if the pole was hit by lightning the charge will go straight into the ground.

If the pole is a stand-alone pole over 10 metres tall you will need permission. But it’s a good idea to contact your local council to double check with them.

It’s a rope that is used for raising and lowering a flag on a flagpole – or a sail on a ship.

An internal halyard is more secure as it’s enclosed inside the pole, and only accessible through a secure hatch. This helps prevent theft of your flag.

External halyards are positioned on the outside of the pole and are easily accessed. External halyards are exposed to the weather and environmental conditions and may deteriorate faster than an internal halyard.  If your flagpole is in a public place there is a risk of the flag being stolen.

Regular maintenance will help prevent this problem, but if it does happen here’s what you can do.

  1. Call us to come and fix it.
  2. If you want to fix it yourself and the halyard is external – lower the flagpole to the ground so that you can undo the rope and replace it with a new one.
  3. If you want to fix an internal halyard problem – the pole needs to be lowered to the ground to remove the rope. The rope needs to be unsecured from the bottom of the pole and a new one threaded along and out of the top.

Yes – if it is illuminated. We have solar light options available.

Yes – we have information on flag etiquette – including the correct way to raise and lower flags.

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