While all of our aluminum flagpoles require little maintenance to retain their natural shine, our anodized flag poles offer an even simpler solution. Our satin brushed finished poles will generally keep clean with the rainfall in most areas, however; because the exterior of the flagpole is aluminum, it will continue to oxidize throughout its lifetime. Special cleaning agents may be required to remove the discoloration caused by this process of oxidation. Our anodized aluminum flag poles do not encounter this problem. The process of anodization actually creates a barrier on the external surface of the aluminum flagpole, thus eliminating the oxidation process. Because the aluminum is not exposed to the elements, it cannot oxidize. The anodized finishes allow you to clean your flag pole with simple soap and water. For this reason, we recommend the purchase of an anodized finish on all of our poles. Anodized aluminum poles take maximum time to ship because they are made to order.
Great selection and lowest prices on all poles from 5ft to 100ft. We are the largest direct vendor of flag poles in the US, and we ship the next business day. We supply only the best quality products. Our flagpoles and flag pole 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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We offer a large variety of flagpoles in many different heights. Just browse our huge selection below and if you can't find what you are looking for please give us a call at 1-877-734-2458.
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.