Here is a link to the main differences between the two fabrics.
Single Reverse - Design is only done on 1 side of the flag but shows through to the other sided in a reverse image. The majority of flags are created this way, including most provincial flags and corporate flags. A single reverse flag is lightweight and is most cost-effective. Example Double Sided - Design reads correctly on both sides of the flag. Typically this flag is 2 single sided flags sewn back to back to make it double thickness. This type [...]
Check for underground sprinkler water lines and electrical lines before you dig. Dig a 22’’ hole with a tapered diameter Put 2’’ of gravel under base of sleeve, (allows for drainage) tamp stone. Place aluminum sleeve (bead down) with bottom section of flagpole into place so cement won’t fill bottom of sleeve. Mix bag of cement (40 pound bag) and pour into hole. Mound up concrete around sleeve to allow for water runoff. (Add rocky fill to increase concrete volume). [...]
Run the halyard, or rope, through the pulley at the top of the flagpole and the cleat at the bottom. Attach snaps (found in most hardware stores) to the halyard. Loop part of the rope, passing it through the bottom hole of the snap, putting the loop over the top of the snap and then pulling the rope tight. Place two snaps on the halyard to hold both the top and bottom corners of the flag. Tie the two ends [...]
Rope and toggle: Rope and toggle is the flag standard for flags in Canada and the United Kingdom Grommets: Grommets are the American Standard for mounting flags.
We offer over 100 fabrics to choose from but due to our machines, we do not currently print on client supplied fabrics.