What is the custom order process?
  1. Submit Custom Form to receive an initial Estimate.
  2. Approve Estimate.
  3. Review & Approve Proof.
  4. Wait patiently while flag is in production.
  5. Receive Order Pick-up or Shipment Notification Email.
  6. Pick-up or Receive order.
How long does it take to make a custom flag?

Once you approve the proof, a flag is generally in production for 7-10 business days. Production times will vary based on quantity, size, and construction.

How much will my flag cost?

There are 3 main factors that affect the cost of a custom flag:

  1. Size
  2. Quantity
  3. Construction

The most commonly purchased custom flag is a fully printed 3×5 ft. 1-layer flag with heading and grommets.

How long does it take to make a custom flag?

Once you approve the proof, a flag is generally in production for 7-10 business days. Production times will vary based on quantity, size, and construction.

What is a heading and grommets?

Most flags are finished with a heading and grommets. Flag finish refers to the way the flag is affixed to a flagpole. The heading is a strong canvas material that is sewn to the left side of the flag with a brass grommet in the upper left and lower left corners of the heading. A flag finished with a heading and grommets is most commonly used for outdoor use but can be used for indoor, parade, and display use as well. Below is an example of a custom flag finished with a heading and grommets.

What’s the most common flag size?

The most common outdoor flag size is 3×5 ft. When selecting a size, consider overall use for the flag and the height of the flagpole it will be displayed on.

How long does a flag last?

Flag longevity will vary based how you care for it and overall exposure to the elements. The US government expects a flag flown 24 hours a day outdoors to last approximately 90 days. To extend the longevity of your flag:

  1. Make sure your flag is designed to be flown outdoors.
  2. When possible, avoid exposing your flag to rain, snow or high winds. If it does get wet, spread it out fully until dry.
  3. To prevent tattering, do not allow the flag to be whipped against rough surfaces like trees or cables.
  4. Flags can be washed. For outdoor flags they can be washed in warm water with mild soap and spread out to dry. Do not dunk the flag into water or colors may run. We recommend dry cleaning indoor flags.