Flagpoles Etc. Tidbits

How to Clean Your Aluminum Flagpole

May 14th, 2015

Although aluminum flagpoles are almost maintenance free and rain will generally wash it clean, any outdoor object will experience a buildup of gunk such as dirt, grass and other debris over time.

How to Choose a Residential Flagpole

Apr 23rd, 2015

The Grand Union Flag (1775 – 1777)

Mar 17th, 2015

The Grand Union, also known as the Continental flag, the Cambridge flag, or the First Navy Ensign, was the first flag of the United States colonists. A committee was authorized by the Second Continental Congress in late 1775 to create a symbol of unity of the thirteen American colonies.

How to Show Respect for the American Flag

Mar 12th, 2015

The National Flag Code was adopted by the National Flag Conference to provide guidance for the care and display of the American flag on June 14, 1923. It was not until December 22, 1942, that Congress enacted a federal law based on the National Flag Code.

The History of American Flags

Mar 10th, 2015

The American flag has been a symbol of the United States strength and unity, and the source of inspiration and pride of its citizens, for over 200 years. Its history is as fascinating as the country that it represents.


The History of Flagpoles

Mar 4th, 2015

Since the first known fabric flags date back to approximately 2,000 years ago, it can be argued that flagpoles also date that far back since a the flag needs to be attached to a pole of some kind for it to fly freely. What we do know is that the first known flagpoles were made from wood.

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Feb 9th, 2015

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