Flagpole Ideas?

Answer When winter turns to spring and finally summer, it's time for the flag to go back outside. Instead of putting the flag on a small pole mounted on the side of the house, a free-standing flagpole can... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Flagpole Ideas

How do I tie off a flagpole?

Tying off a FlagpoleRaise the flag to the top of the pole. Pull both ends of the rope as tight as possible. Wrap both ends around the hook in a figure-8 pattern, and keep going until you reach the ... Read More »

How tall is a flagpole?

Flagpole heights range anywhere from 15 to 80 feet. The minimum flag size for flagpoles is 2 by 4 feet and the maximum is 20 by 30 feet. Flagpoles are used outside of people's houses, education bui... Read More »

Where is the Flagstaff flagpole?

The earliest records of flagpoles being erected in Flagstaff are by the first groups of settlers arriving from Boston, with one of them using a stripped pine tree for a pole in 1876. A memorial mon... Read More »

What is in the ball of a flagpole?

The inside of the ball at the top of a flagpole is either filled with solid metal or is hollow, and they are some times called ornaments. The top piece of a flagpole doesn't have to be a ball. Meta... Read More »