Why Choose a Telescoping Flagpole
The main advantage of choosing a Telescoping Flagpole is that there are no ropes or pulleys to replace. With the Titan Telescoping Flagpole you will never have to climb to the top of a flagpole again. The top comes down to you!
Titan Telescoping Flagpoles are portable. Only the ground sleeve is permanently installed in the ground. This gives you the flexibility to take your pole with you should you ever move, to the lake house or even to a tailgate. The available accessories allow many different options.
Proudly made in America, our Titan Telescoping Flagpole Kit comes with a Lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty and are able to withstand winds up to 95 mph for the 20′ and 25′ and 75 mph for the 15'.
The anodized aluminum tubes will not rust, scratch or chip like a painted or powder coated pole.
What Size Flagpole Should I Get
Flagpole size really depends on your personal preference but we do have some suggestions to help you decide.
If you are looking for a residential pole for a single story house, we suggest a 15' pole with the largest flag being a 3'x5''.
If your home is a single story but has a tall roof, a 20' pole would look nice as well. This will allow you to fly a 4'x6' as your largest flag.
If you have a two story home or a business that you are buying a pole for, we suggest the 25' pole. This will allow for up to a 5'x8' as your largest flag.
What Size Flag Should I Get
Choosing the right size flag that will best fit your needs really depends on how many flags you will fly and what size flagpole you have.
If you will only be flying one flag, flag size will only be limited to flagpole size.
- For a 15' pole, we suggest a 3'x5' flag.
- For a 20' pole, we suggest between a 3'x5' and a 4'x6' flag.
- For a 25' pole, we suggest between a 4'x6' and a 5'x8' flag.
If you plan on flying two flags, you will want to consider both the size of the flagpole as well as the size of each flag.
You will want to fly your American flag in the top position and it will need to be larger or at least equal in size to your second flag.
- For a 15' pole, we suggest a 2'x3' and a 3'x5' flag.
- For a 20' pole, we suggest two 3'x5' or a 3'x5' and a 4'x6' flag.
- For a 25' pole, we suggest a 3'x5' and a 4'x6' flag.
Flag Stitching Options
Vertical Stitching & Reinforced Corners
Having vertical stitching and reinforced corners on the fly end of your flag will help prevent ripping and prolong the overall life of the flag.
Each flag size has a different set of specifications when it comes to stitching. This chart will explain what comes standard for each size.