This Flagpole comes with gold leaf copper ball, wire-core rope halyard, brass hardware, and flash collar.
30-foot is a good size Flagpole. One of our more popular Flagpole heights. Which Flagpole is right for you?
Among many things, Flagpole height can be a factor of geography. If your Flagpole is high up on top of a hill; you can go with a shorter Flagpole and still get a big effect. This is because the hill is an added height to the Flagpole. Just a big base.
But if low risen land. Then taller is a must. If too low you might want to pick a different set up or site.
Trees too need to be taken into consideration, especially young trees. Many, upon many, U.S. Flagpoles have become obsolete because trees the were planted small have now grown up to the height and girth the Flag. A Flag made of threaded material which laps up against leaves and tree branches tattering faster then should be expected. Suggestion; plan accordingly your trees in relation to the Flagpole.