Innovative Banner Flag Brackets for Your Porch Columns
This banner flag bracket design allows you to easily install your flag or banners on your porch columns or railings without screws or nails.
Mary and I think this is the perfect solution for those who want to maintain the integrity of their front porch columns.
It is equally useful for those who have wrought iron railings or balconies that normally lack columns.
The Ultimate Flag Bracket
Created especially for those who want to fly flags, banners, or wind socks from balcony railings, pool fences, and porches,
this banner flag bracket mounts quickly and easily to your existing columns without damaging the structures.
Made from aluminum and stainless steel, the bracket will not only look great but also last a very long time.
Banner flag bracket installed on wrought iron railings
Looking for a better mouse-trap, John Kemmerling sought to find a way to fly the American flag from his balcony railing.
As a partner in a sheet metal fabrication shop, John and his partner set about to create a flag holder that would alleviate screws, nails, or "muffler clamps".
If you wish to order one, please email John at firstname.lastname@example.org
His website is currently down (at the time of this writing).
Flag bracket installed on front porch railing baluster
A Before and After
Before: Typical installation of flag bracket - holes in porch column
After: Installation of a flag bracket by FlagBracketPA
Motivated by friends and family who wanted this innovative flag bracket, John spent about 2 years testing out different flag pole holders to mount on their flag brackets.
His desire was to create a holder that would hold up to both wind and salt.
Flag bracket accommodates wind socks on aluminum railings
The banner flag brackets are made from aluminum and can be painted to match the color of the porch column, fence, or other railing.
The flag holder is adjustable and made from heavy nylon with a feature to accommodate wind socks too.
Flag bracket securely fastened to post
Mary and I like how secure the bracket fastens to the post or column.
Because they are made to fit 1-1/2, 2, 2-1/2, 3,4, 4-1/2, 5, or 5-1/2 inch posts, you can easily attach them to almost any standard size post and porch columns.
And, the folks at FlagBracketPA can make one to fit any size square post in case your columns are larger.
If you live in an HOA (Homeowners Association) you may not be allowed to attach anything directly to your railings or posts.
The solution - a banner flag bracket from FlagBracketPA.
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Old Glory flying from balcony
Check out this video to see how easy it is to install
Perfect for all types of railings
Shareon shares a picture of her bracket from FlagBracketPA
Karen shares a picture of her bracket from FlagBracketPA
We recently held a contest where two winners received a flag banner bracket from FlagBracketPA.
Both Karen and Shareon shared their pictures with us.
We are appreciative of John Kemmerling sponsoring our contest!
And our congratulations to both Shareon and Karen.
Where to Order
If looking for a way to easily attach a flag to your porch railings or columns, or perhaps to a fence or balcony,
These innovative banner flag bracket are from FlagBracketPa.
If you are interested in ordering, you may contact John by email at email@example.com
He also has a Facebook page called flagbracketpa where you could touch base.
Otherwise, their website (flagbracketpa.com) has been down at the time of this writing May 2018 and we hope it comes back up.