This is an internal rope halyard Flagpole. This Flagpole has a flagged windspeed of 75 mph and an unflagged windspeed of 110 mph. This is a solid Flagpole. We have sold many; and customers love the look and price. A beautifully tapered pole.
Internal halyard Flagpoles have many advantages including a 360-degree turning top which keeps your Flag flying perfectly in any direction wind. Internal halyard Flagpoles also have a locking access door for added security.
If you want the perfect flying Flag; with the piece of mind of a locking door to prevent unauthorized lowering of your Flag; then get an internal halyard Flagpole like this 30-footer.
Many clients wonder if they should get an internal rope halyard with cleat Flagpole, like the one on this page; or an internal wire cable Flagpole with a winch.
Here is the reality. For any Flagpole under 40-feet tall we recommend internal rope and cleat halyards, they are less expensive and do the job perfectly. For Flagpoles over 40-feet tall then we recommend internal winch halyard Flagpoles.
The main reason for a winch once your go above 40-feet is due to the weight of the Flag and hardware to be raised. For large 12-foot high or higher Flags; you'll want the winch to help raise and lower your Flag.