Hey, Lush Banners wishes this newsletter finds everyone and everything warm and safe! Per request by our many customers, we summarized all the information regarding winterization and maintenance of feather banners. All the tips also apply to Teardrop, Bowhead and Rectangular Flag Banners.
TIP #1: TAKE DOWN IN EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS
and other Flag Banners are not designed to be used in extreme weather conditions. These include but are not limited to winds in excess of 40MPH, storms and blizzard conditions. Please take down the flag banners and safely store when extreme weather conditions are expected. Failure to do so might cause premature damages on both the poles and flags.
Please bring back your banners inside during any of the above weather conditions or other extreme weather conditions.
TIP #2: ENSURE PROPER INSTALLATION
Ensure that your spike base is installed properly, keep the tip of the pole all the way inserted into the reinforced corners, and always use tension cords when applicable, but not pulled too tightly.
Keep the head of the spike base above the ground (for rotation)
Always use tension cords
Insert top pole to reinforced corner
TIP #3: MINIMIZE FORCE
Flags and hardware that have been damaged by force (whether intentional or otherwise) are not covered by warranty. For example, flags that have been caught on fencing etc and have torn will not be replaced via warranty claim. Another example is landscapers cutting the base poles.
15% OFF REPLACEMENT FLAG BANNERS HARDWARE, SAVE NOW!
Some flags or poles got damaged by winter storms? No worries! We have a promotion going on for you. This coupon applies to replacement flag banners hardware, including replacement poles and bases.
(Coupon Code: winterstorm15, ends 03/31/2021)