Flagpole winter prep list
Outdoor Flagpoles, especially, Commercial Outdoor Flagpoles are designed to be durable, long-lasting, and to withstand heavy weather conditions. But over time, Flagpole Components can become worn out or damaged. This is especially true during the winter: strong winds, heavy snow, and rapid freezing/thawing will eventually wear out even the highest quality flagpole parts.
Damaged flagpole parts can become detrimental and dangerous to your flagpole.
Halloween is a favorite time to decorate, dress up, hand out candy, and bring out the child-at-heart. From pumpkin spice to spooky decorations, this is a great time to enjoy all the fun fall festivities while enjoying the cooler air and refreshing weather. This is also the perfect time to ready your Outdoor American Flag for the upcoming winter conditions.
On June 14, we celebrate the founding of the United States Army. From humble beginnings as a hodge-podge of amateur colonial troops assembled from various militia, the US Army has grown to become the largest branch in the US Military. On June 14, 1775, the US Continental Congress first authorized the enlistment of expert riflemen to serve the US Colonies, naming it the “American Continental Army”. Today, with troops serving and protecting over land, sea, and air, the United States Army is not only America’s largest branch of our Armed Forces, but a definitive force globally. Flying the Army Flag...
At LIBERTY FLAGS, we hope you'll be joining us. We're celebrating as we do every day by proudly flying American-made American Flags. Originally created in 1880 to celebrate George Washington’s birthday, the holiday was shifted to the third Monday of the month in 1971 and expanded to include Abraham Lincoln’s birthday as well. Now, we honor Presidents Day to celebrate the lives and achievements of all our nation’s Presidents, past and present. United States law mandates that every flag is to be labeled with its country of origin. If you are looking for a new American flag for this upcoming holiday, make...