The proper inground flag pole installation is essential. This type can be placed directly into the ground. The flagpole can withstand wind speeds of up to 130 mph if it is installed correctly. In-ground flagpoles with feather flags will add aesthetic value to your home, just as in other home improvement projects find here.
When installing your inground type, wind speed will be a crucial variable. Simply hold a flag that is fairly large during windy weather to understand the importance. If you are unsure about the size of your flagpole, check with your dealer.
Preparing the foundation for an In-ground Type Flag Pole is as simple as digging a hole on a site and then wetting it with water before concrete is poured onto it. The concrete will settle before a cylindrical flagpole cover is inserted. Ground sleeve for the foundation of flag pole is a thick, steel-made cylinder with an open end and wide base. The ground sleeve protects the flagpole from corrosion that can occur when concrete is in contact with it. Steel plates hold the ground sleeves in place when concrete has been poured. There are also wedges in the inner ground sleeve, which firmly settles flag poles at the foundation’s center. You can also find a ground spike on the ground sleeve that can channel off the lightning.
The flash collar is added to the ground sleeve and will be attached to the foundation. It is attached at the bottom, just above and below the ground sleeve. The flash collar protects the foundation from damage and gives it a clean look. The concrete is used to fill the gap between flag pole and flash collar to prevent water from infiltrating into foundation.