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Tips for Choosing the Best Residential Flagpole for Your Home

Tips for Choosing the Best Residential Flagpole for Your Home

Choosing a flagpole for your home should not be taken lightly because once it is installed, removing it becomes a cumbersome process. Wanting a flagpole on your property is a great way to show pride in our nation, local communities, and other things we care about. Once installed, these flags and poles make homes look distinguished and beautiful. Once you decide a flagpole is right for you and your home, you need to consider the best pole for your home, needs, and property.

Below, we want to highlight some of the most important aspects of choosing the right flagpole for installation:

Flagpoles come in several different materials and construction types. Of course, material and construction largely determine aesthetic properties, but there are more important factors to consider. Fiberglass flagpoles are a low-maintenance option because they are lightweight and durable. They are often seen as the best option for residential homes. Aluminum would be the next most popular option, especially for nostalgic homeowners who prefer a more period-correct look for their homes. A third option is steel, a material used for tall commercial flagpoles (80’ in height).

The size of the flagpole is probably the most important consideration to make. The general rule of thumb is to match the top of the pole with the gutterline of your house. However, there are always exceptions to this rule. To properly determine a reasonable size, you must first determine where the pole is installed on your property. Once you have the spot, you want to ensure that the pole and flag are visible from all angles. Think about avoiding these common obstacles:

  •     Shrubbery
  •     Trees
  •     Nearby Homes/Structures

Most commonly, one story ranch houses require a 15 foot flagpole, two-story residential homes will call for a 20ft flagpole, but for homes that are three stories or more, you may want to consider a 25-footer or larger. If this choice is still difficult, you should not hesitate to reach out for the best flagpole installation Monmouth County NJ offers.

Other important considerations include the following:

  •     Wind Speed
  •     The number of Flags on a Single Pole
  •     Function and Purpose of the pole

For more information on flagpole installation in Monmouth County NJ, you should not hesitate to give our talented team a call. We specialize in installing residential flagpoles near you.

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