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Flagpoles are an excellent way to display national, local, company or team pride. We offer various shaft, model and finishing options to create the product that best suits your corporate headquarters, golf course, hospital, hotel, college or home.

Tapered aluminum shaft flagpoles can accommodate almost any application. They range in size from 15 to 80 feet high, allowing you to be as subtle our demonstrative as you like. You may choose among models that are free standing or project off of your building. Finishing options include powdercoat, clear anodized, bronze or deep luster. All of our aluminum flagpoles are 100% American made.

Fiberglass Flagpoles offer a less “industrial” look. Ours range from 20 to 40 feet of exposed height. We apply a gelcoat finish that guarantees the white surface will not dull and that the pole will not pit or corrode over time. Our internal hazard system eliminates the possibility of hardware clanging and thunking in the wind. Their heads rotate 360 degrees to prevent tangling.

What flagpole shaft options are available to me?

A: Lafuente Sign and Awning offers fiberglass and aluminum shaft flagpoles. From our aluminum shaft flagpoles, we provide several finishing options including: Natural Anodized, Satin, Bronze, Black or a Powdercoat Paint finish.

Is there any limit on how high I want my flagpole to be?

A: Our aluminum shaft flagpoles are fabricated to be as little as 20’ high and as much as 80’ high. Our fiberglass flagpoles can also be as little as 20’ high and as much as 40’ high.

What will determine the cost of my flagpoles?

A: There are several factors that we take into consideration when pricing out our flagpoles. They include: height, wall thickness, butt diameter, shaft finish, halyard system and difficulty of installation.

How many flags am I allowed to fly on my flagpoles?

A: In most cases, no more than two flags are flown on the same flagpole at any given time; however, it is acceptable to, at the most, fly three. Not all flagpoles will be able to handle the wind load of three flags so it is important that your flagpole shaft is properly engineered to sustain that many flags.

If two flags are being flown on the same flagpoles, can the second flag be larger than the U.S. flag?

A: When flying a flag alongside the U.S. Flag, the U.S. Flag Code and industry standard is that the U.S. flag always fly on top and the flag beneath must be the same size as the U.S. flag or smaller.