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This Is What We Do.

At East Texas Flagpoles, we specialize in the installation of both residential and industrial projects. Our flagpoles that we use range from 20ft to 100ft and can be customized in a variety of colors and finishes that are all American made.

We also offer a variety of flags including US, State, International, Historical, Military, Custom, and more.

 

We are proud to be Americans and we are proud of the work we provide to our customers. Our customers continue to do business with us because of our commitment to ensure that your flagpole remains worthy of display.

Our team provides maintenance on all parts of the flag pole, and can repair and lengthen the life of our larger commercial size flags.

Our Work

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Had a visitor during a repair job in Frankston today
T E X A S • • • Had a visitor during a repair job in Frankston today
3 months ago
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This was one of my more memorable projects. I’ve encountered a few people who have a very strong feeling about the flag. So much so that when times seem chaotic and messy in our country they develop a feeling to fly the American flag upside down signaling a country in distress. 

I have my own opinion about current events and politics, but I’ve begrudgingly learned that my personal grievances do not supersede the respect that is demanded by our nation’s  colors. 

This gentlemen told me he was going to fly the American flag upside down when we first met. I challenged him to use our brief interaction as a reason to fly it properly, because something as simple as an open conversation about politics and culture is something we take for granted here. The fact that other countries don’t have the liberty to do so without punishment is a tremendous reason to be grateful. 

I’d like to think that I changed his mind since I drive by and he hasn’t changed it. 

This is a near perfect example of why this business is important to me. 🇺🇸
This was one of my more memorable projects. I’ve encountered a few people who have a very strong feeling about the flag. So much so that when times seem chaotic and messy in our country they develop a feeling to fly the American flag upside down signaling a country in distress. I have my own opinion about current events and politics, but I’ve begrudgingly learned that my personal grievances do not supersede the respect that is demanded by our nation’s colors. This gentlemen told me he was going to fly the American flag upside down when we first met. I challenged him to use our brief interaction as a reason to fly it properly, because something as simple as an open conversation about politics and culture is something we take for granted here. The fact that other countries don’t have the liberty to do so without punishment is a tremendous reason to be grateful. I’d like to think that I changed his mind since I drive by and he hasn’t changed it. This is a near perfect example of why this business is important to me. 🇺🇸
5 months ago
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Every single day we are given reminders of how fortunate we all are to live in such a great country. That is why we take pride in providing the ultimate symbol that represents these United States to homes, businesses, parks, and more. Please enjoy a video from us showing some of our process. Thank you, and God Bless! #USA #Texas
Every single day we are given reminders of how fortunate we all are to live in such a great country. That is why we take pride in providing the ultimate symbol that represents these United States to homes, businesses, parks, and more. Please enjoy a video from us showing some of our process. Thank you, and God Bless! #USA #Texas
6 months ago
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For the past couple of months, we have been planning a way to share what we will accomplish with East Texas Flagpoles. 

Every project of ours naturally leads to a conversation about America, our heritage, and our experiences. 

So our plan is to showcase our account of indisputable testimonies that the American Dream is alive and well in The Lone Star State. 

It’s a belief of mine that grows stronger with each passing day, and I’m excited to share my experiences with you in hopes that you will have a renewed sense of pride and commonality for your fellow man.

God Bless you all, and stay tuned for more updates 🇺🇸 -Matt
For the past couple of months, we have been planning a way to share what we will accomplish with East Texas Flagpoles. Every project of ours naturally leads to a conversation about America, our heritage, and our experiences. So our plan is to showcase our account of indisputable testimonies that the American Dream is alive and well in The Lone Star State. It’s a belief of mine that grows stronger with each passing day, and I’m excited to share my experiences with you in hopes that you will have a renewed sense of pride and commonality for your fellow man. God Bless you all, and stay tuned for more updates 🇺🇸 -Matt
7 months ago
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The crew is in Waco & Longview on this fine Saturday installing 2x 40ft poles and 50ft pole 🇺🇸 #EastTexasFlagpoles #Waco #longviewtx
The crew is in Waco & Longview on this fine Saturday installing 2x 40ft poles and 50ft pole 🇺🇸 #EastTexasFlagpoles #Waco #longviewtx
7 months ago
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Daylight Savings time is fun #EastTexas 🇺🇸
Daylight Savings time is fun #EastTexas 🇺🇸
7 months ago
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This is the beginning of some big goals I have for @easttexasflagpoles. Just trying to spread patriotism and share stories that inspire one another to fly the flag. Shoutout to Jason Harrelson with @apeworx for the graphics. 

Let’s get to work! 🇺🇸🙌🏾 #Texas #USA #EastTexasFlagpoles
This is the beginning of some big goals I have for @easttexasflagpoles. Just trying to spread patriotism and share stories that inspire one another to fly the flag. Shoutout to Jason Harrelson with @apeworx for the graphics. Let’s get to work! 🇺🇸🙌🏾 #Texas #USA #EastTexasFlagpoles
8 months ago
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On this date in 1845, President James Polk signed the annexation bill that would officially accept Texas as the 28th state of the Union. 🇺🇸🙌🏾 #Texas #texasannexationday #TheLoneStarState
On this date in 1845, President James Polk signed the annexation bill that would officially accept Texas as the 28th state of the Union. 🇺🇸🙌🏾 #Texas #texasannexationday #TheLoneStarState
8 months ago
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