Welcome to The Flag & Sign Place! Your source for flags of all types, flagpoles, and signs!
Stop back often - Our website is updated frequently. Check in often!
The Flag & Sign Place
2618 West Chester Pike, Broomall PA 19008
F.A.Q. - Frequently Asked Questions
Flag Fabrics and Finishes
flag fabric should I choose for my United States and other traditional flags?
Nylon - 200 denier duPont nylon, our most popular flag fabric.Durable and sun resistant, flies easily
in a light breeze, dries quickly.Most military, historic, state and national flags are available in
Polyester - Heavy duty and long lasting.Best suited for high wind locations, does not fly well in light breezes. Deep colors, with an appearance
similar to cotton, but with superior durability.Available in 50 star US flags. Some states and
military are available in polyester also - call or email for info.
Cotton - Traditional character and authenticity.Deep colors and rich to the touch, but not as durable as modern flag
fabrics. Perfect for holiday and special occasion display, historic flags, photography and ceremonial uses.
fabrics are your decorative flags made of?
appliquéd - The durability of polyester, blended with the tradition and
richness of cotton.Our appliquéd
decorative flags are handcrafted in New England and feature original artwork in
a large variety of folk and traditional themes.Designs are visible front and
back.Lettering if used, is visible
one side only.
printed polyester - Featuring original artwork from numerous well known
artists, our printed decorative flags are made with several different
processes, such as dye sublimation or digital printing, for bright crisp colors
does sleeved or grommeted mean?
have been the traditional finish for flags for many years. Grommeted flags features
a canvas band sewn onto one edge, with two or more brass grommets
inserted.Fasten to your pole and
bracket set with flag fasteners or tie wraps, or to your upright pole with
flagsnaps.Our largest size US
other traditional flags feature canvas headings reinforced with roped
thimbles at either corner, and grommets every few feet along the heading
additional strength and support.
is a newer, modern finish.Starting with decorative flags and now available on US and other flags,
it features a folded-over or added-on sleeve sewn on one side of the flag through which you
slide your pole, much like you would put a curtain on the curtain rod.Inside the sleeve is a tab of fabric or
leather, with a button-hole or slit.Just button your flag onto the hook or fastener of your pole, mount it
in your bracket and your flag is flying beautifully in a jiffy!Our garden flags feature a
smaller, more fitted sleeve, which slides onto our garden posts with no