Flagpoles at Oates Flag Company
Flagpoles can be installed in your yard, on your house or indoors in your office or lobby. Oates Flag Company will find the right flagpole to fly your flag proudly.
Oates Flag Company offers flagpoles for:
- Flagpoles for Corporations
- Flagpoles for Governmental Organizations
- Flagpoles for Schools
- Flagpoles for Banks
- Flagpoles for Automobile Dealers
- Flagpoles for Fire Departments
- Flagpoles for Police Departments
- Flagpoles for Homes
- Many more uses for Flagpoles
Flagpoles have many options. Flagpoles may be made from aluminum, fiberglass, steel or wood. Aluminum flagpoles are popular since they are cheaper than steel. Oates Flag Company has the right flagpoles for your needs and budget.
Telescoping Flagpoles Offer Easy Installation
Telescoping flagpoles do not have a halyard. This will eliminate the need to replace the halyard when the flagpoles rope becomes worn. A release button allows telescoping flagpoles to extend or retract. These flagpoles are fitted with swivel rings to mount the flag. Telescoping flagpoles should not be used in areas that experience high wind conditions.
Aluminum & Fiberglass Flagpoles
High-pressure fiberglass flagpoles are made using a high strength method. These flagpoles are lightweight, strong, slender and graceful. Fiberglass flagpoles can withstand wind speed of 120 mph. Fiberglass flagpoles are not conducive to corrosion. Fiberglass flagpoles can be used near a factory with a lot of emissions or regions with acidic rain and will hold up well. Fiberglass flagpoles can be gel coated to be any color.
Aluminum flagpoles are less expensive than steel. Aluminum flagpoles are produced with government standard ASTM B241. These flagpoles have a high tensile strength. Aluminum flagpoles usually have a satin or brushed finish. Anodization can be used to coat flagpoles. Anodization is a chemical reaction that changes the color of flagpoles to gold to dark bronze. This coating can help protect flagpoles from corrosion.
Height of Flagpoles
Check with your city or county planning department to verify requirements for the height of flagpoles. There may be limits to flagpoles and the size of the flag that can be flown. Oates Flag Company can help you determine which flagpoles will meet your needs and meet regulations. They will make sure you receive the flagpole that will work best for you.
Halyards on Flagpoles
Flagpoles can be fitted with two types of halyards. An external halyard is a rope looped over a pulley system on flagpoles. By pulling the end of the rope down, the flag raises up the flagpoles. A drawback to an external halyard system on flagpoles can be weather and vandalism. The polypropylene rope used on flagpoles halyards can corrode from the elements over time.
An internal flagpoles halyard can be safer and more weather resistant. An internal halyard has a crank located inside a lockable box above the base of flagpoles. The internal halyard uses a steel wire to raise and lower the flag on flagpoles.
Oates Flag Company offers Many Flags, Flagpoles, and Kits:
- Commercial Grade Flagpoles
- Residential Flagpoles
- Wall Mounting Kits
- Indoor Flags and Flagpoles
- Garden Flags and Flagpoles
- Street Banner Flags and Flagpoles
Oates Flag Company offers Residential and Commercial grade Flagpoles, Flags and Accessories!
Let the experts at Oates Flag Company find the right flagpoles for your location, climate, and budget. Oates Flag Company is your one-stop shop for all types of flagpoles, flags, and accessories. Best quality and price on flagpoles. Oates Flag Company offers expert installation of flagpoles and flagpole repair.
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