Flagpoles commercial of standard length measure 30 to 60 feet in length and are made out of one piece either of aluminum or stainless metal tubing, click resources here.
You may need more than one flagpole, depending on how dramatic the look is. You may need more space if you want to hang larger flags.
There are two types available: pulley and rope systems. An external halyard is found on the pole’s exterior. The flag is attached by a rope, which is then looped through an truck at the flagpole. The flag is secured to rope by wrapping it around its bottom. This will help to keep the flag in place, and also prevent it from moving upwards and downwards. The problem with external halyard security is its simplicity.
For safety and durability, a better halyard system will have an internal structure. It places the cable/rope on the pole’s internal. You can access the winch through a hinged opening near the shaft base. Make sure to choose a revolving vehicle, as the flag will not be wrapped around the pole in the direction of the wind.
Commercial flagpole materials can be a good choice. Steel flagpoles can last the longest and are easy to maintain.
Bronze alloys have a more traditional appearance. Bronze alloys are best used in historical and national architecture projects. This material is prone to color changes over time.