Services

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.

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California State Capitol

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

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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.

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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.

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Shoreline Amphitheater

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

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Springfield Armory National Historic Site

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

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