Proudly display your organization’s logo or message! Flags are a wonderful 24/7 marketing medium to feature your corporate, city, or organizations logo! Most poles will accommodate two flags so fly the United States flag with your organization’s flag below it or on a separate pole for even greater impact. Do you need an honor guard, processional or parade flag? We can help.
Here is what is needed: the size of the flag, the colors of the logo, and how you would like to use your flag. It is helpful to e-mail the logo in color so that we can determine the most cost effective way to create your flag. Do you need help creating your flag design? We have an excellent graphic department that can help you. Our art e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Call us for the information that you need to make an informed decision regarding your custom flag at
Flag sizes are determined by pole height. Take a look below to find the right size for you.
|Pole||Flag Size||Pole||Flag Size|
|15‘||3’ x 5’||50’||8’ x 12’|
|20’||3’ x 5’||60’||10’ x 15’|
|25’||4’ x 6’||65’||10’ x 15’|
|30’||5’ x 8’||70’||12’ x 18’|
|35’||5’ x 8’||80’||15’ x 25’|
|40’||6’ x 10’||90’||20’ x 30’|
|45’||6’ x 10’||100’||20’ x 30’|
From our experience, it is nearly impossible to answer the question correctly. There are many factors that contribute to flag wear including wind, rain, sun, and smog. Enemies of a flag are sleet, hail, freezing rain, pollutants and abrasion. With a little care, you can extend the life of your flags: avoid flying your flag in rainstorms if possible. Repair at the first sign of fraying. Wash by hand in cool water with mild soap occasionally and drip dry or dry flat. Never put a flag in the dryer. Very large flags may need to go to a professional cleaner. Because conditions vary, the life of each flag is different. Our suggestion to extend the life of your flags and save you money is to have three flags: one to fly, one being cleaned or repaired, and one in reserve for special occasions.
We offer many flags poles for a variety of applications including commercial and residential flag poles, in ground, house sets and poles for temporary display. Flagpoles incur shipping charges which vary according to their length and weight.
Polyester – Best for High Wind
Made of 100% 2 ply spun polyester construction combines durability, strength and rich, vibrant color. These flags are ideal for extreme weather conditions and high wind areas.
Nylon – Best for Most Areas
Our flags are constructed of durable DuPont 200 denier nylon. This type of nylon is the longest lasting and most versatile flag fabric available. It combines strength, brilliant display, and ease of flight. This quick drying fabric is great in rainy areas and its lightweight and close weave enables it to fly in the slightest breeze with the greatest visual impact.
Duratex – Good for Windy Areas
Duratex is a Tricot knit polyester that is lightweight and more flyable than 2 ply spun polyester. It is designed for wet and windy conditions and repels water like nylon. The flags have a beautiful sheen and rich color.
Official Government Sizes – G-Spec, 1:1.9 Hoist Ratio
G-Spec flags are made to specific government sizes and specifications. If you are flying flags on government property, you must fly a G-Spec flag. There are four government sizes are also available. G-Spec flags come in high tensile, industrial strength 70 denier nylon or traditional 2 ply mercerized cotton and feature lock-stitched seams, with material and thread color matched. These flags also feature heavy canvas duck heading and #2 rolled rim and solid brass, toothed grommets. G-spec flags are sold through authorized dealers only and Display Sales maintains a large ready-to-ship stock of all flags.
State flags for outdoor use come with a canvas heading and grommets. All state flags now come in Polyester as well as standard nylon.
Indoor Flags and Parade Flags
United States indoor and state indoor flags are simply an outdoor flag with the addition of a pole hem and fringe.
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