You are likely to have been inspired by this article to purchase a flagpole. There are many options online, so it is possible to feel overwhelmed by the variety of styles and prices. This article will answer the 10 most common questions you have about flagpole shopping. Each paragraph is a checklist. You can print the following article to useful reference.
1.) Budget. It is similar asking for the price on a car: What does a flagpole costs? It depends. A flagpole’s price is dependent on several factors. These include its height and diameter, thickness, and shipping options. You can purchase a flagpole online starting at $50 and ending up at $2,500 depending on how much money you have available. Most homeowners can purchase a good-quality flagpole kit for $100-$300. Be sure to add on taxes, shipping fees and contractor fees. If your brother in laws installs it, you can still get a steak on a barbecue.
My budget to purchase the flagpole: $___________.
2.) Local Codes and Neighborhood Associations. Once you have decided on a budget, make sure to look into any local restrictions such as neighborhood regulations and historic district restrictions. These may limit the erecting or erecting flagpoles. It is easy to check if your flagpole installation meets any codes by simply entering the code name and county. Some locations provide online documentation. If you have a question, there is usually a telephone number you can dial during normal business hours. If you are a resident of a neighborhood association, these details should be included in the agreement. The association can be contacted to confirm. In-ground flagpoles may not be feasible. However, you might consider a wall-mounted or postmounted flag set.
_____ I have restrictions in regards to the erecting or repairing flagpoles in this area.
In my area, _____ Flagpoles must not exceed _____ feet in height
Flagpoles in my neighborhood are forbidden. However, I am able and able to mount or post-mount a flag set.
3.) Construction. Next, decide which flagpole type you want. In the past, flagpoles could only have been made from one piece or two pieces of aluminum or stainless steel. They are still easily available. Telescoping flagpoles are easier to ship and transport than their one-piece counterparts. Sectional flagpoles feature a tapered end which fits neatly into the section over them. Up close, there is often only one seam. Each section measures approximately 5-6 feet long. Telescoping Flagpoles are in increasing demand for their ease of use, portability, and cost-effectiveness. Optional accessories like wheel stands, wheel mounts, and carrying cases make it easy to transport your Telescoping Flagpole from your boat dock to tailgate parties, RV parks, and RV parks. A telescoping Flagpole has a greater advantage than a single-piece or one-piece flagpole. It doesn’t have any clips or ropes around it.