We’ve talked about before how you can fly your pennant flags from Dori Pole year-round, but, given the crazy weather that we’ve experienced this winter, we have some suggestions to make your flags last. If you live in an area dealing with heavy sleet, winds, or worse, Dori Pole wants to help you keep your equipment in the best condition possible and has advice to do so.

Start with the base

The most important part of any Dori Pole setup is the base of the pole. Without a strong foundation in the ground, your pole has a higher chance of falling and damaging either your pole or pennant. The mounting hardware ground stakes provided by Dori Pole can give you that foundation, but remember that the ground is frozen in winter, and may be harder to install where you want it. With high winds blowing this winter as well, keep in mind that your pole may need to be relocated more frequently if the stake is moved too much.

Pennant care

The Dori Pole pennant flags can be flown anywhere year-round, within reason. Keep in mind that the flags are made from nylon, so they can withstand most conditions, but will experience wear and tear faster when in extreme conditions. With the freezing rain and heavy snowfall we’ve experienced this year, it can be worth keeping an eye on upcoming weather and temporarily taking down your pennant to preserve its long lifespan.

Poles stand strong

The fiberglass pole of Dori Pole can withstand temperatures as low as -50°F, meaning it can withstand almost any temperature that it reaches in the United States. The fiberglass poles we offer won’t let you down if you want to keep flying your pennant flags this winter or winters into the future.

Dori Pole is the premier provider of dependable and elegant pennants and poles. With over 30 years of experience flying our pennant system for events, lakefronts, and more, Dori Pole has the visually-pleasing solutions you need.

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