There is still time to buy and install that flagpole you always wanted. Paul did just that. Please “like” to tell Paul how beautiful his flag and flagpole are. Thanks
House Flag Mounting Kit Deluxe
This set is tangle free because the flagpole spins. This flagpole has been tested to stand up to the strongest wind and the slightest breeze and still end up untangled. We are providing this internet special with the 2 piece aluminum flagpole, with gold ball, to keep shipping to a minimum. This quality house mounted flagpole and our best selling Nylon American Flag, with sewn stripes and embroidered stars, will be held to your house using the ultimate multi adjustable house bracket, again our best bracket.
Instructions for EZ mount clips
30′ Fiberglass HB Flagpole that was installed into ledge in good old NH.
If you live in an area that has ledge and would like to put a great looking flagpole, with no doubt call Flag-Works we can make it happen.
Flag-Work Fiberglass Flagpoles comes with GS or HB. What a great investment to add to your property. Flag-Works is tax free state based out of Concord, NH.
Composite fiberglass is by far the superior material for the construction of loadbearing poles: Fiberglass will not rust, rot or corrode. This of course enhances the pole’s long term strength and appearance, particularly in salt water or corrosive environments. Fiberglass Flagpoles has a significantly greater strength to weight ratio than competitive materials and therefore its lighter weight lowers shipping and on-site handling costs. Fiberglass is non-conductive, therefore enhancing safety from electrical hazards. All PLP poles are computer designed based on NAAMM and AASHTO standards. Loadbearing and deflection performance is verified through extensive and on-going destructive testing. The coating materials on all PLP poles are of the highest quality and standard to ensure long lasting and maintenance free beauty. Unlike metal, fiberglass is maintenance free. Flagpoles made of this unique material have a multi-coated high luster finish that is durable and soil resistant. Since fiberglass absorbs sound, the noisy clanging of snaps on metal is not a problem. Because fiberglass is non-conductive, grounding is not required unless wire halyards are used. Even the installation is simple. The lightweight characteristics of fiberglass flagpoles make it easy for a homeowner to install the residential models. All that is needed is a little help and a few household tools. Made in the New Hampshire. Flag-Works has the PLP Fiberglass Flagpoles in stock.
We have been very busy here at Flag-Works in downtown Concord, New Hampshire.
There have been a few holidays so far this year, that are important to many Americans. One of them was Flag Day, which was on June 14th. . We would like to thank the many patrons who have brought in their old and worn out flags. Flag-Works donates these flags to some of our local Boy Scout troops, and local American Legions. In this way, the flags can be put to rest in flag ceremonies that are usually held on this holiday.
Another important holiday for many out there is Father’s Day, celebrated only a few days after Flag Day. We have had many customers purchase a variety of aluminum flagpoles and, fiberglass flagpoles, in all sizes as they make great gifts for Dad. If you need a new flagpole or always wanted one, give us a call, we still have many in stock and would love to help you.
It’s time for all of us to celebrate our independence with Fourth of July decorations, flags and banners. There is still plenty of time to purchase a new American flag and flagpole for your yard. So come on by, or click a link and get everything you need for the upcoming Fourth of July.
Again we would like to thank all of our past, current, and future customers who celebrate their independence by flying flags from us, here at Flag-Works. Remember all flags purchased online ship for free. Fly your flags with pride and have a great summer.
When you purchase a flagpole to fly the American flag you should consider the installation as a landscaping project. First take a look at your yard and home in combination with garage and driveway, the big picture.
Now ask the question, where should I put the flagpole? Remember balance! Different height flagpoles will look better at different distances from the home. Some homes lend their features to the right or left of the home, some right in front, with others in front of the breeze way. All in all this is you first and main consideration. Please consider the first and second rule when determining a location.
First rule: Flagpole should not put the flag above the roof line. Certainly a 35′ flagpole in front of a small ranch will not look as good as a 35′ flagpole just off the side of the same house creating its own display with maybe a garden around the flagpole. Second rule: Keep the flagpole away from obstructions, ie tree branches, gutters etc. With this rule remember trees grow. After flagpole installation remember to dress up the base of the flagpole with your choice of vegetation from landscaping blocks, flowers to bushes. Let your imagination go! For all your flag and flagpole needs visit Flag-Works over America
The last time Flag-Works put out a catalog was in 2007-2008 our first catalog was produced in 1997. If you still have one you will be happy to know that we have decided to make a new catalog for 2013. First we are going to edit the prices of the old catalog. When each page is done it will be posted here on Flag-Works blog. Once all the prices are corrected we will add new items and spice up the catalog. We will be looking for ideas on a cover photo. If you have any pictures you may want to submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you. This is page two Flag-Works 2013 Catalog page2 and three Flag-Works 2013 Catalog page3 of our American flag page.