Do you simply have too much patriotic spirit to limit it to a single flag? Worry not, because Federal Flags has got you covered.
Our flagpole halyard components allow you to fly two flags on a single flagpole, provided that it has an internal halyard system. Our internal halyard flagpole arrangements help you fly your state or city flag in addition to the iconic stars and stripes.
To determine which flagpole halyard arrangement you will need, know the dimensions of the flag you want to fly and choose the corresponding halyard flag components. Keep in mind that these components are for flagpoles with an internal halyard only and are not compatible with external halyard systems.
Choose a flagpole rated at the recommended wind speed rating for your area of the country, or higher.
Why does windspeed matter?
This is really one of the most important aspects of your flagpole purchase. Buying flagpoles that are too weak for your area means gusts or storms can bend or break them.
So let's find the perfect commercial flagpole for you! Start by locating your area on the map below and decide what minimum wind speed rating your flag pole needs to have. Then, scroll up and find the pole that meets both your height and wind speed requirements. And by all means, let us know if we can help!
We know that buying flag poles can be intimidating, so we are here to answer any questions you may have. Just click the chat icon at the bottom of this page (if our chat department is online) to ask us your flagpole questions. If we are not online at the time you are shopping, you can also call us at1-404-409-9737orsend us a message. We’ll answer your flagpole questions as quickly as possible.
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