White Cleat with Screws for Vantage Flagpole
Plain white flagpole cleat and screws. The cleat is simply screwed onto the flagpole, using the two screws provided.
- White Flagpole Cleat
- Complete with 2 screws to position
- Designed for use with Vantage flagpoles.
Plain white flagpole cleat and screws. The cleat is simply screwed onto the flagpole, using the two screws provided. The cleat is designed to hold the rope in position and provides the facility to determine the height at which the flag flies.
The cleat is the small but mighty part of the flagpole! Without the cleat to tie the halyard (rope) around the flag would not be held in position securely. Be sure to learn how to best knot your halyard around your cleat once it is installed.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need planning permission before installing a Flagpole?
To install a flagpole permanently, you will need planning permission from your local council.
Under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, flags come with the definition of an ‘advertisement’ and their display is controlled by the Town and Country Panning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1992.
However, under Schedule 2 of the regulations, the national flag of any country, including the Union Flag, is exempt from advertisement control provided ‘Each flag is flown from a single vertical pole and neither the flag nor the displays any advertisement additional to the design of the flag’.
Our experience is that in general planning permission is straight forward to obtain, particularly if there are other poles in the area which form a precedent. Our team can help you with this and provide all the information you will need for your application.
Internal or External halyard?
You can choose from either an external or internal halyards on a flagpole. The internal halyards are vandal proof and also aid with noise reduction. With the rope rigged on the inside of the flagpole, it gives the advantage of added security, durability, and does not interrupt the flowing line.
Do I need a rotating arm?
A rotating arm is used typically for portrait orientation flags. It is a light metal arm at the top of the flagpole which holds the flag out even when there is no wind.