McDonald's Flags

McDonald's Flags 3X5' Nylon: Only available to McDonald's operators
Quantity Item #MCFLAGN Price Per Flag
1 $42.00
2-7 $39.00 per flag
8-23 $38.00 per flag
24+ $31.00 per flag

 We sell one size only:3x5',Check your size

Red/Yellow Nylon Pennants
Quantity 2x3' #MP23 3x5' #MP35
1 $16.00 $25.00
2-7 $14.90 $23.00
8-23 $13.00 $20.00
24+ $12.00 $19.00
Rooftop Flagpole Kits

Benefits of Our Rooftop Flagpole Kits
1. They greatly improve restaurant visibility - especially for low lying locations.
2. They allow the display of your bright, pretty corporate flags which are attractive and further promote your trade name.
3. NO MAINTENANCE!! All aluminum, cannot rust.
4. Easy delivery via UPS.

The flagpoles shown in the photographs have been used successfully at many locations coast-to-coast and provide many benefits as listed below. These are high quality, functioning flagpoles not to be confused with low end "stick" type sets which are often discarded after a season. Just look at our specifications below.

NOTICE  THE HEAVY CAST ALUMINUM PAIR OF BRACKETS

SPECIFICATIONS:
MATERIAL- Silver anodized aluminum tubing, will neither rust nor corrode. No maintenance!!!

LENGTH- Eleven feet - two equal length sections simply fit together, providing a smooth satin finish.

DIAMETER- Two inches top to bottom (no taper).

FITTINGS: Each Pole Kit Includes The Following:
-3" diameter gold aluminum ball
-Cast aluminum stationary truck w/nylon non-rusting pulley
-Halyard with 2 nylon snaphooks for flag attachment
-Cast aluminum cleat
-PAIR cast aluminum vertical wall brackets. Just look at how heavy they are. Mounting lag bolts & lumber are NOT included.

IN ADDITION, WE GIVE YOU YOUR FIRST 3X5' McDONALD'S FLAG OR NYLON USA FLAG FREE

Quantity #MCPOLE

Price Per Flagpole Kit

1

$169

4-7

$150

8-23

$143

24 or more

$136

Actual Shipping/handling costs are additional and depend on your location.
INSTALLATION
This simple installation can often be performed by restaurant operator's own maintenance person. If not, any good local carpenter should find it a breeze. Per photo included, we recommend first bolting two 2x6" pieces of treated lumber to the restaurant's mansard wall. This will prevent concentrating all of the wind's stress on only two small areas of the wall's plywood. The brackets then bolt to the 2x6" lumber, thus spreading out the stress over a larger area. You want to be sure to "catch" the framing behind the wall with lag bolts. Mounting the brackets directly to the wall would likely mean that only one bolt in each bracket would hit a stud because the distance between the bracket's bolts are wider than a 2x4" stud.

REMEMBER, YOUR POLE SETS NEED TO BE SECURELY TIED INTO YOUR WALL
Use lag bolts, NOT NAILS OR SMALL SCREWS. Be sure to attach everything into the framing BEHIND the wall, not just to the wall's plywood.
USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN INSTALLING FLAGPOLES NEAR POWER LINES! TOUCHING A POWER LINE WITH A FLAGPOLE IS A TERRIBLE IDEA! IT CAN CAUSE INJURY AND DEATH. ALSO BE AWARE THAT RAISING A FLAGPOLE ON A WINDY DAY CAN BE DANGEROUS.
Once the brackets are installed, the other pieces simply fit together. The pole sections just slip into each other. No cutting or welding is needed. Be sure to tighten down the set screw which holds on the "truck" (pulley assembly) and the nut on the gold ball. The brackets also have a set screw. Attach the flags to the halyard (rope) using the snap hooks per the diagram supplied with them.


Tips On Getting The Most Out Of Your Poles
1. People notice flags! You will get a bigger impact from your display by rotating your flags with a changing selection of holiday, novelty, armed forces, and other patriotic flags.

2. Keep your flags in good shape. Flying worn out flags is worse than flying none at all.
3. Care of your poles: Please only one 3x5' flag per pole. Never use your poles as "uprights" from which to span banners or attach anything other than one 3x5' flag. Note that flag size recommendations do NOT constitute a warranty that flags can be safely flown in ALL wind speeds. Flying flags in high winds can result in damage to the flagpole. If it gets bad, or especially if there are bad storm warnings for your area, removing the flags from the pole can prevent damage.


Flag Tips: As with your landscaping and other outdoor amenities, your flags can help your operation "look like a million bucks." But if not kept up, they can have the opposite effect. Are they in good shape? Has the winter beat them up? Be sure to notice them. You can bet that the public will.
Select the right size flag for the job. Putting too large a flag on too small a pole can look strange. It can also cause your flag to wear out sooner and damage your pole. Too large a flag on a rooftop pole can drape itself over a nearby sign which doesn't look right. 3x5' is the correct size for our rooftop flagpoles. Not 4x6'. Protect your poles. Use 3x5' only which will stress the pole less. We also recommend not using our heavier grade "Iron Man" USA flags on rooftop poles. Use nylon which is much lighter, especially when wet. Nylon will tax your poles less.
Keep an eye on the rope in your main flagpole. Is it looking frayed? Remember, it is much easier to change when the OLD rope is still in it. Once it breaks, it's time for a bucket truck. We can supply you with "Halyard" (flagpole rope) by the foot. Just measure your rope's thickness first, then tell us how long a piece you want.

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