As the highest volume online vendor of commercial flagpoles, we get the lowest prices and pass the savings on to our customers. We will beat any advertised price for an equivalent aluminum flagpole. We ship anywhere in the US from 6 regional warehouses.
Our cone-tapered ground set aluminum flagpoles are precision fabricated, utilizing the industry's most sophisticated, state-of-the-art manufacturing process. The conical portion tapers approximately 1 inch every 5 1/2 ft. Flagpoles with overall lengths of less than 38 ft. 6 in. are shipped in one piece. Longer lengths are shipped in sections and will be factory fitted with a self-aligning sleeve, which requires no field welding. Upon proper assembly a hairline joint will occur.
THESE POLES ARE SHIPPED BY SPECIAL TRUCKS FROM LOCATIONS IN WI, FL, MD DUE TO LENGTH. SHIPPING COSTS VARY FROM LESS THAN $100 TO OVER $300. OUR CHECKOUT SYSTEM IS NOT ABLE TO CALCULATE SHIPPING COSTS. YOU WILL BE CONTACTED AFTER YOU PLACE THE ORDER WITH EXACT COSTS TO YOUR LOCATION. YOU MAY CANCEL YOUR ORDER WITHOUT CHARGE AT THAT POINT IF THE COSTS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
Most of these poles require expert installation and a crane. Please consult an engineer for proper installation. Also, read the wind speed chart before choosing your flagpole.
Great selection and lowest prices on all flagpoles from 5ft to 100ft. We are the largest direct vendor of flagpoles in the US, and we ship the next business day. We supply only the best quality products. Our flagpoles and flagpole kits are manufactured to the highest standards and are designed to last for many years. They are much sturdier than you will find in most stores. Our factory direct pricing combined with our low overhead direct sales allows us to offer better quality products at much lower prices than you can find elsewhere.
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