It’s an age-old question. . . how does one extend the life of their flag when wind, the very thing that makes flags fly so beautifully, is also the cause of their demise?
Flags are an excellent way to show your patriotism, support your favorite sports team, or even advertise your business. However, flags that are not properly secured can be torn or damaged by strong winds. In this article, we will discuss some tips on how to make your flags more wind-resistant
1. roperly Secure the connection between Flag and flagpole:
Ensuring proper security for your flag is crucial in making it wind-resistant. To do this, make use of a sturdy flagpole and ensure that the grommets are firmly connected to it. It’s important to note that all flags come with at least two grommets. In the event that one of the grommets is not securely hooked, the other grommet will be left to bear the full force of the wind, leading to potential damage in no time.
2. Reduce the size of the flag
The larger the flag, the more surface area it has to catch the wind. If you live in an area with strong winds, consider using a smaller flag to reduce the wind load.
3 Reinforece the edge (FREE AT ANLEY FLAGS)
At Anley Flag, we are committed to providing high-quality custom flags that are not only visually stunning but also built to last. That’s why we are proud to offer a FREE flag reinforcement option for all of our custom flags. This option upgrades the fly-end edge to 4-row stitching, which helps to reinforce the area that is most susceptible to wear and tear caused by the wind. We also sew two rows of stitching on the corners, which further reinforces these critical areas. With this free reinforcement option, our customers can rest assured that their custom flags will stand up to even the strongest winds and continue to look great for years to come. So contact us via email@example.com to enjoy this free grade!