Flag Pole Services
We specialize in all flag poles and repairs. Our services are based on geographical location and specialty needs of the pole(s).
Please contact our office at (615) 746-3446 or (931) 980-6146
Visual Inspection of Pole(s)
We inspect retainer loops, rope, cable, snaps, hooks and pole hardware. These services are based on onsite location of pole
Repairs are based on each poles specifications. They can include but not limited to:
Locking Door Mechanisms
U.S. flags must be illuminated when flown at night. Visibility is dependent on the relative positions of the luminaire, flag, and viewer, as well as on ambient light levels and contrast ratios with respect to other objects in the field of view.
Flag Pole Etiquette
The Flag Code, which formalizes and unifies the traditional ways in which we give respect to the flag, also contains specific instructions on how the flag is not to be used. They are:
The flag should never be dipped to any person or thing. It is flown upside down only as a distress signal.
The flag should not be used as a drapery, or for covering a speakers desk, draping a platform, or for any decoration in general. Bunting of blue, white and red stripes is available for these purposes. The blue stripe of the bunting should be on the top.
The flag should never be used for any advertising purpose. It should not be embroidered, printed or otherwise impressed on such articles as cushions, handkerchiefs, napkins, boxes, or anything intended to be discarded after temporary use. Advertising signs should not be attached to the staff or halyard
The flag should not be used as part of a costume or athletic uniform, except that a flag patch may be used on the uniform of military personnel, fireman, policeman and members of patriotic organizations.
The flag should never have placed on it, or attached to it, any mark, insignia, letter, word, number, figure, or drawing of any kind.
The flag should never be used as a receptacle for receiving, holding, carrying, or delivering anything.
When the flag is lowered, no part of it should touch the ground or any other object; it should be received by waiting hands and arms. To store the flag it should be folded neatly and ceremoniously.
The flag should be cleaned and mended when necessary.
When a flag is so worn it is no longer fit to serve as a symbol of our country, it should be destroyed by burning in a dignified manner.