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How to Properly Display the Flag

Many want the patriotic privilege of having the American flag flying in their yard. While anyone can build a staff, there are certain rules that the government has set out in regards to how the emblem should be treated. Below are the most common questions citizens have and their answers.

  • Are there any rules that should be followed when displaying the flag?
    There are four rules to keep in mind. No matter what country in the world it is from, no banner should be hung on the pole above the American flag. The second is no other flag should be larger than the national emblem. The third is this country’s pennant should be raised first and lowered last. The fourth is that the flag should always be lit, either by the sun or electric lights.

  • Do I really have to destroy my flag if it touches the ground?
    No. If the flag touches the ground, it does not matter. If it is dirty or in need of repair, clean it with mild soap and fix any tears. If you have a flag that is very dirty and tattered, the code stresses the importance of retiring it from service. It is suggested that you burn it and your local fire department can help you with this.

  • Why are flags flown at half-mast?
    This is usually a sign of mourning. Out of respect for the services they provided for the world, when the death of a President, Vice President, Chief Justice, or Speaker of the House occurs, the banners of all the government buildings are lowered halfway down the poles.
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    SignARama Write review for this local business
    6909 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19135
    (215) 333-3337  
    We are a premier flag poles company located Harrison. We gladly offer a variety of flags as well as light boxes, awnings, channel letters, and more. Give us a call for information about our high-quality illuminated signs.
    Humphrys Flag Co
    1 review: *****
    238 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    (215) 922-0510 Write review for this local business

    "I bought a flag bracket for my American flag from Lowes, borrowed a drill from my friend, drilled the holes into the brick and installed the bracket. For two weeks my flag was being displayed proudly. Then I come home from church to find it on the ground because the cheap bracket (the most durable one Lowes had) broke in half! With my flag defiled I had to go out looking for a durable mount. I ..."
    A Truesdale Write review for this local business
    450 Orange Rd, Orange, NJ 07050
    (973) 676-3210  
    United Decorating Co Inc Write review for this local business
    421 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
    (201) 659-1283  
    Sungard Information Syst & Srv Write review for this local business
    100 Delawanna Ave, Clifton, NJ 07014
    (973) 773-0640  
    Art Flag Co Inc Write review for this local business
    8 Jay St Frnt 1, New York, NY 10013
    (212) 334-1890  
    Axiom Build + Print Collectives Write review for this local business
    147 W 35th St, New York, NY 10001
    (212) 244-4610  
    Nautique National Flag Write review for this local business
    22 W 21st St Bsmt B, New York, NY 10010
    (212) 462-4000  
    Ace Banner and Flag Write review for this local business
    107 W 27th St, New York, NY 10001
    (212) 620-9111  
    AAA American Flag Decorating Co Inc Write review for this local business
    36 W 37th St Fl 9A, New York, NY 10018
    (212) 279-4644  
    Scans Nancy Write review for this local business
    304 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10010
    (212) 590-2502  
    North Flags Write review for this local business
    105 Eisenhower Pkwy, Roseland, NJ 07068
    (973) 364-8254  
    Gates Flag & Banner Co Write review for this local business
    6 E 1st St, Clifton, NJ 07011
    (973) 478-7600  
    City Ladder Co Write review for this local business
    162 Getty Ave, Paterson, NJ 07503
    (973) 684-3416  
    Pole Mc Carthy Co Inc Write review for this local business
    98 E 8th St, Brooklyn, NY 11218
    (718) 854-7653  
    Gravensen Flag Co Inc Write review for this local business
    215 Avenue U, Brooklyn, NY 11223
    (718) 265-6325  
    Stewart-Morris Inc Write review for this local business
    71 Kings Rd, Madison, NJ 07940
    (973) 822-2777  
    New York Flag & Pole Co Inc Write review for this local business
    33 Algonkin St, Staten Island, NY 10312
    (718) 948-1062  
    Premier Banner Write review for this local business
    360 Sylvan Ave Ste 2, Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
    (201) 567-5112  
    Red Feather Marketing Group Inc Write review for this local business
    332 Main St, Madison, NJ 07940
    (973) 966-1399  
    Heroes of America Battle Flags Write review for this local business
    83 N Beverwyck Rd, Lake Hiawatha, NJ 07034
    (973) 316-1776  
    Mr Quick Sign Write review for this local business
    111 N Maple Ave Ste 1, Ridgewood, NJ 07450
    (201) 670-1690  
    Vital Signs Write review for this local business
    1 Hollywood Ave Ste 15D, Ho Ho Kus, NJ 07423
    (201) 612-0491  
    Glendale Industries Write review for this local business
    192 Paris Ave, Northvale, NJ 07647
    (201) 767-0233  
    Eich of Bedford Flags & Banners Inc Write review for this local business
    90 Drake Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10805
    (914) 636-6173  

    Some choose to fly the American flag outside their homes or offices to show their patriotic pride. Others invest in decorative pennants that celebrate their alma maters or banners that promote their businesses or favorite teams. To meet this demand, a number of flag and banner companies have been founded which create special interest options, like Confederate flags, custom models for corporate events, and world flags that celebrate one's heritage.

    While American flags continue to dominate the market as emblems of United States identity; it is possible to procure the emblem of any country of the world through online and local stores. Such stores typically carry all the necessary accessories for displaying the banner, including aluminum or fiberglass poles and kits containing string to hang them with ease. Larger poles, such as free-standing models outside public or religious buildings, will often require professional installation of the mast and surrounding lighting, which can be carried out by most contractors.

    For those who wish to further display their patriotic pride, decorations that feature the colors of a country's flag are also available. For military parades, bunting and bows in red, white and blue are a common sight. These decorations need not adhere to the strict customs regarding the display of a country's official flag, and can therefore be used in more creative ways.

    Professional repair and cleaning services are available for those who own flags with special historical or personal importance. These companies take pains to restore old national banners, state and Confederate flags to their former glory, while treating them with respect and maintaining their original materials. For many, the symbolism behind flags merits an extra degree of respect in terms of the way they are treated and displayed. Companies that manufacture, install and repair flags work to ensure that respect is maintained.

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