In-Ground Flagpole Hardware
About Flagpole Parts
Shopping for flagpole parts can be overwhelming. There are many flagpole parts to chose from, but the experts at Gettysburg Flag Works are here to help. If you don't find the flagpole accessories that you need, please call or email our customer service department, and a flag hardware expert will gladly guide you through the process.
Snaps or clips are essential pieces of your flagpole hardware. Clips (or snaps) are available in many materials, sizes and styles to meet your flag hardware needs. To attach to the halyard, pinch your halyard into a loop and push the loop through the hole in the snap, pull through and push the whole snap through the loop. When tightened, this will keep your snap from sliding up or down the halyard and your flags can be attached and removed easily. Call or email us anytime for help with your flagpole hardware.
Flagpole Hardware: Halyard
What is the difference between the nylon flagpole halyard and the polypropylene halyard? It's the chemical make up of the materials. For that reason, the polypropylene can be dyed silver, bronze or black and the nylon comes in white. There is no notable difference in durability.
Wire center flagpole halyard is cut to length and usually used on commercial, internal halyard flagpoles. How to determine what size diameter and how much halyard you need for your flagpole: The diameter of the halyard depends on the allowable rope diameter of the pulley on the flagpole. Please confirm this diameter BEFORE purchasing. How long should my halyard be? Typically, this is the height of the flagpole multiplied by two (2). For example: a 30' flagpole, multiply by 2 = 60' of halyard. It is better to have a little extra then not enough. As with many of our flagpole accessories, halyard is available in a range of colors including silver, white, bronze and black.
More Flagpole Parts
Flagpoles are easy to maintain if you check your flag hardware and flagpole accessories regularly for wear and tear. Typically, you will replace the flagpole halyard every couple of years and other flagpole parts after many years of use or after a damaging event. Typical flagpole parts that will wear out are the pulley on the truck, the halyard, retainer rings and clips and snaps. Flag hardware, like finials, cleats and caps typically last the lifetime of the flagpole.
Flagpole cleats mount to the bottom of your flag pole, and are used to secure the bottom of your halyard and keep your flags in place. This is one of the flagpole parts that you will find that has many other applications.
Beaded retainer rings attach to the end of the halyard on an internal halyard flagpole. This keeps the bottom of the flag against the pole. Retainers are not meant to attach directly to the flag, as this can rip your flag. Retainer rings are an optional piece of flagpole hardware. Scroll through the many items in this category to see all of our flag hardware.
Flagpole counter weights are coated steel. This piece of flagpole hardware attaches to the end of the flagpole halyard on an internal halyard flagpole. This keeps the bottom of the flag down, and pulls the flag down when lowering. Weights are not meant to attach directly to the flag, as this can rip your flag.
- Halyard, Cable & Arrangements (6)
- Snaps & Clips For Flagpoles (16)
- Lawn & Curb Sockets (5)
- Sectional & Telescoping Pole Parts (14)
- Lighting For Flagpoles (4)
- Trucks & Caps For Flagpoles (7)
- Retainers & Weights (3)
- Anti-Theft Flagpole Hardware (10)
- Cleats For Flagpoles (2)
- Pulleys For Flagpoles (3)
- Flagpole Finials (7)
- Flag Size
- Business Needs (54)