Custom Made Flags
Why Custom Flags???
Because… No other medium can project your company or organization’s public image more effectively than an individually designed custom flag or banner. Colorful company flags project competence and permanence, the qualities that are so important to your customers. That is why the world’s largest companies like Texaco, Coca-Cola and McDonalds use custom flags as a key part of their advertising programs.
Whether individually embroidered by hand or printed in large quantities, our painstaking attention to detail assures that every piece you receive will be of uncompromising quality and durability.
With several different manufacturing techniques available, we can make any type, color mix or logo style required.
Nothing equals the rich look and feel of embroidered satin or twill cloth. Any design you require can be hand stitched into a tapestry that you would be proud to display as a luxury symbol of your organization. Suitable for indoor and parade use only.
Each made one at a time; these hand-sewn flags and banners can be fashioned from a variety of materials. Whether dressed up for indoor display with gold fringe or made from durable weather resistant fabrics and strong canvas headers for outdoor flying, we can produce sizes up through 12 X 18 feet for your business or organization.
Note: Appliqué flags are made in the United States and in Sri Lanka
Tru-Image Digital Printing
This print process can produce clean, crisp, faithful reproductions of you most intricate designs or photographs. We can do one each or large volume production for either indoor or outdoor use. Single sided or double-sided (two banners sewn back- to -back only).
This screen dyeing technique features complete penetration of dye to the fabric’s core. Your designs will be faithfully executed on both sides of the flag or banner. Available in multiple units only this process features a rich radiant appearance and extremely durable colors. Anco-dye flags or banners are made from nylon fabric and can be finished for indoor or outdoor use.
Dress up your custom flags or banners with our wide line of accessories. The finest quality mounting hardware, indoor and outdoor poles and brackets of all styles and sizes are available to compliment your personalized custom products.
Here are samples of custom made flags.
- Caring For Your New Flag
Congratulations – the flag you have purchased is one of the very finest made.
Given reasonable care it should provide maximum service and satisfaction. Here are a
few simple suggestions to help you enjoy your new flag longer:
1. Only flags made specifically for exterior use should be displayed outdoors.
2. For the best results, do not expose your flag to rain, snow or abnormally high winds;
these forces of nature can shorten its life considerably. Should the flag become wet,
it should be spread out and allowed to dry completely. Do not fold or roll-up a wet
or damp flag.
3. To keep its rich colors looking bright, clean your flag regularly, before soiling and
discoloration from dirt, smoke, dust and other airborne contaminants “set” in the
fabric. Outdoor flags can be hand-washed with warm water and a mild soap, then
thoroughly rinsed and spread out to dry. Do not let the flag stand in the wash water
or you might experience some color “make off” onto the white stripes. Professional
dry cleaning is recommended for indoor/parade flags. Incidentally, many
establishments will clean Old Glory free of charge, especially during the period just
prior to Flag Day, June 14.
4. Do not place the flag where the wind will whip it against rough surfaces, tree
branches, wires, cables, etc. The smallest tear can soon result in a tattered flag. Keep
pole surfaces free of heavy dirt, rust, scale and corrosion that could damage your flag.
5. Inspect your flag regularly for signs of wear. In particular, look for “normal wear”
fabric or thread breaks which may occur in the “fly” end. This is the end farthest
from the staff. Trimming off and re-hemming torn or frayed ends will help extend the
life of your flag.
How long will a flag last? This is no exact answer. The U.S. Government generally
expects a nylon or cotton bunting flag to last approximately 90 days, based on daily usage
from sunrise to sunset – but not during periods of inclement weather. Tests have shown
that in some cases a flag flown 24 hours a day will last only one-fourth as long as one
flown during the daylight hours only.
Regardless of how well it is constructed, a flag is, after all, only a piece of cloth and will
sooner or later succumb to the elements. However, it has been well documented that
reasonably good care can contribute greatly to longer life.
Note to Large Flag Users
(12 x 18 ft. and up)
Larger flags naturally represent a more significant investment and as such, should be
given maximum protection. Pay special attention to paragraph #5 and keep your flag in
good repair. Consider having two flags and rotating them on a regular basis. Tests have
shown that flag fibers actually benefit from periodic “rest”. Also, you will not be without