For residents from sea to shining sea, we at Liberty Flagpoles offer beautiful, brightly colored American-made flags to show off your pride. We carry an extensive catalog of nylon and polyester flags that perfectly capture your American pride and spirit, from state representation flags to supporting family members in the Air Force. Our heavy-duty flags for sale come in a variety of sizes for your property, from as small as 3 by 5 to as large as 30 by 50. If you wish to inquire about our American-made flags, please contact us today for your upcoming flag purchase. We strive to help you show off your pride in your country.
All of our flags are 100% made in the USA. The poly-cotton US flag is a great value and perfect for indoor use. Our fully stitched, nylon American flags are the most durable, longest lasting flags on the market!
Subscribe to our American Made Flags
We are now offering flag subscriptions options that also provide you with a discount. We all love to display our flags in pristine condition, but at times it can become a headache to remember to buy a new one.
We now have the solution to your problem. Our flag subscription offering gives you three timely options each with varying discounts for choosing to subscribe. The subscription offering is for all of our American Flags, State Flags, and select Military flags. If there is a flag you would to subscribe to and do not see the option, just let us know!
We hope to be your one stop shop for all flag purchases.
How long will my flag last:
There is no exact answer to that question. The U.S. Government generally expects a flag to last approximately 90 days based on daily usage from sunrise to sunset - but not during periods of inclement weather. Tests have shown that in some cases a flag flown 24 hours a day will last only one-fourth as long as one flown during daylight hours only. The major enemies of a flag are the wind and sun. Neither you nor we can control the weather, but you can take care of your flag and lengthen its life. #1. Occasional washing in warm mild detergent water will prevent dirt and pollutants from attacking the fabric. #2. Have your flag repaired at the first sign of fraying.
Our flags are manufactured to give maximum service in return for reasonable care. No two flags wear the same. Because weather conditions vary, most flags flown 24 hours a day 7 days a week will need to be replaced two or three times a year. The best way to stretch your "flag dollars" is to have three flags: one flying, one in the wash, and a clean one in reserve for special occasions. Or simply subscribe to our flag subscription offering and take the guess work out of it.
Learn more about America's use of flags below:.
For many Americans, the flag is a symbol of freedom, justice, and unity. It represents the ideals that our nation was founded upon, and serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made by those who have fought to protect our freedoms.
But the use of the flag as a symbol of American pride is not a new concept. In fact, the flag has been an important part of American culture since before the country was even founded.
The first flag to represent the United States was the "Grand Union" flag, which was flown by George Washington's Continental Army in 1776. The flag featured thirteen red and white stripes, along with a Union Jack in the corner. This flag represented the unity of the thirteen colonies as they fought for independence from Great Britain.
In 1777, the Continental Congress adopted the first official flag of the United States, which featured thirteen stars and thirteen stripes. The stars represented the states, while the stripes represented the original thirteen colonies. This design has remained largely unchanged over the years, with stars being added to the flag as new states were admitted to the Union.
During times of war and national crisis, the flag has served as a unifying symbol for Americans. In World War II, for example, the flag was often flown in homes and businesses to show support for American troops. And in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, the flag became a symbol of national resilience and unity.
Today, the flag is a ubiquitous symbol of American pride, and is flown on government buildings, homes, and businesses across the country. While some may argue about the appropriate use of the flag in political or social contexts, there is no denying that the flag has played an important role in shaping American identity and culture.