3'x5'The usual size of a flag used at home is 3'x5'. A casket flag is 9-1/2'x5'. The table below shows the appropriate size flag to fly on flagpoles of several heights. According to Executive Order 10834, official flags (not personal flags) must meet these standards.
Selecting a FlagpoleHeight of FlagpoleMinimum Flag SizeMaximum Flag Size20 ft2ft x 3ft3ft x 5ft25 ft3ft x 5ft4ft x 6ft30 ft4ft x 6ft5ft x 8ft40 ft5ft x 8ft8ft x 12ft
Furthermore, flagpoles have limits to the size of flag which can be safely flown. For instance, a flagpole of 20 feet can only fly a three by five foot flag safely....Selecting a Flagpole.Height of FlagpoleMinimum Flag SizeMaximum Flag Size80 ft10ft x 19ft20ft x 30ft
When flying 1 flag on a single flagpole the length of the flag should be at least one quarter the height of the pole. For example, a 40-foot pole requires at minimum a 6'x10' flag with max being 8'x12'.
The typical height for residential areas is 20 feet. If your home is two to three stories tall, you may want to consider a 25-foot flagpole. The choices of material used to construct your flagpole include aluminum and fiberglass.
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