As steeplejacks, we can climb structures and access hard-to-reach areas to perform a wide variety of services, including:

  • painting and gold leafing
  • performing electrical work
  • performing maintenance work on towers, smokestacks, and buildings
  • installing, repairing, and maintaining flagpoles
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De La Fuente Cadillac

Climbed and repaired 210’ ft. flagpole at De La Fuente Cadillac in El Cajon, California.


California State Capitol

Climbed and painted 70’ ft. flagpole at state capitol building in Sacramento, California.


San Francisco City Hall

Installed flagpole using gin pole, which is an efficient alternative to a costly, high arching crane. It also doesn’t require permits and lane closures.


San Francisco Giants

Performed emergency repair just before a Giants game. (You can see Giants players warming up in the outfield in the photo.) Also, installed and maintained flagpoles at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

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Atlantis Bahamas Resort

Repaired 200’ ft. flagpole, including repairing electrical system on pole’s aviation light. The pole is on the roof above resort&rsuo;s main entrance in Nassau, and is the highest point in the Bahamas.


Shoreline Amphitheater

Painted tent caps and installed aviation lighting on top of poles at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California.


Springfield Armory National Historic Site

Installed new halyards on flagpole at the historic Springfield Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts.