A Canadian Flag For Business
Just like other companies, your company hates wasting money. You want to purchase well-made products at a good price. Our Canadian flags are Made in the USA to the highest standards of quality. In fact, they are made in and ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturing facility. They are durable and beautiful. And our prices are hard to beat. (If you do find a lower price on an identical Canadian flag, we’ll match it.)
Crafted from SolarMax Nylon by DuPont, our Canadian flags are built to withstand the destructive effects of sun and wind. The fly end (the part that’s farthest from the pole when the flag is flying) features 4 rows of stitching (where many competitors only have 2) and boxed corners (where many competitors have no additional reinforcement) which gives our Canadian flags the maximum resistance to fraying. And did we mention these flags are beautiful? Even the most discriminating Canadian will find much to love about this top quality Canadian flag.
What do we do to make sure that your Canadian flag is the best flag you can buy?
We buy only from trusted, US manufacturers. An unfortunate fact about flags is that cheaply made Canadian flags can often look just as good to the naked eye as those that are well made. Much like counterfeit watches, Canadian flags can be made of very cheap materials and yet still look like “the real thing”. And as the purchaser, you won’t know that you’ve bought a “knock off” Canadian flag until it’s too late. How will you know? Because it will begin to fall apart – rather quickly, in fact.
At Standard Flags, you have our guarantee that we will never sell you a poorly made Canadian flag. All of our flags are made in the USA by manufacturers with whom we have a well-established relationship of trust.
That means that with every flag we offer (Canadian flags, American flags or otherwise) you get our 100% guarantee of satisfaction. If, for any reason, you feel that your Canadian flag didn’t live up to your expectations, you can return it to us for refund or replacement.
Learn more about the Canadian flag at Wikipedia.