I have to add a handrail to the concrete steps that lead from the attached garage to the house. There are 2 steps. I would like to attach the posts to the side of the stairs. I would attach either a couple of notched 4 x 4s or a couple 2 x 4s. The 4 x 4 's notch would sit on the steps.
Drill out the posts and then rent a roto hammer and get the appropriate quick bolts. Drill into the concrete, then place the quick bolt in the hole with the washer and nut screwed n flush. Use a hammer to drive the bolt all the way in and then a wrench to tighten the nut. That will hold the board to the wall. Fordman · 1 decade ago. 0.
I was thinking of using that and attaching L brackets to the slab and then to the posts. Thanks for any thughts, M <p> I have an old concrete slab in my backyard from an outbuilding that I tore down.
My back garden backs on to a gold course and separating the two is a 6' wire fence diamond shaped netting type that the golf club own. I would like to erect a wooden fence using the existing concrete posts. Does anybody know of a product I can buy to attach the horizontal timbers to these concrete posts? They are about 100mm square.
Hello all, For a 6 privacy wood fence, inspector told me I had to attach 4x4 end post, to concrete block construction house, so I got 3 of these corner braces. If I attach the braces to the post, first and have to adjust the post a bit, to get it perpendicular, the braces, on the garage COULD en
I am also pouring new concrete around much of the area, so I will be able to sink the majority of the post in the new concrete. There will be a few places where I'll have to mount the posts to the existing concrete. I was wandering if anyone had a good method of securing a 4x4 treated post to concrete.
NOTES for all options: The options shown are illustrative of the recommended methods of attaching fence posts to concrete walls. All exposed metal is to be stainless, galvanized, or coated to prevent rust. Wood is to be treated. All exposed rebar is to be painted or coated. to be isolated from wall reinforcement.
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Install a Wood Fence Post - Pinteresthow to Install a Wood fence post. wooden fence posts are more vulnerable and fragile than metal. Spend some extra time and money on durable lumber and a well-dr. Fence post question - attach to house or not?
Plan A is attaching a pressure-treated post with 4 1/2'' lag bolts, and filling the holes in the side of the house with caulk before screwing them in. Plan B is using something like this to anchor the post into the slab.
Allow at least three days for the concrete to cure. Give the concrete some time to dry and harden before building the fence or putting any weight on the post. Seal the gap between post and concrete. Once the initial curing is complete, seal the gap around the base of the fence post.
Drill out the posts and then rent a roto hammer and get the appropriate quick bolts. Drill into the concrete, then place the quick bolt in the hole with the washer and nut screwed n flush. Use a hammer to drive the bolt all the way in and then a wrench to tighten the nut. That will hold the board to the wall. Report Abuse.
How to Install a Fence on a Concrete Surface. Depending on the strength of your concrete, you can either drill all the way through like in Solution 2, or set the chain link fence posts with hydraulic cement. If you are installing a wood fence then you will want to use the wood to steel fence brackets.
Fastening wooden batten to concrete fence post? Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Little Ern, Jun 14, 2005. Little Ern New Member.
How to Attach Wood Posts to Concrete. While concrete is a strong material, it can be altered for the application of additional materials, even after it has fully cured. The modern metal post base allows wood posts to be properly secured to just about any concrete surface, and though a generally strhtforward process,
Re: I Need A Fence Post Mounted On A Concrete Pad. How a bout core drill the deck, drop/drive in a steel post, and grout it in Then use some brackets to attach the wood post to the steel post.
These are extremely strong anchors for attaching framing members to solid concrete. They come in a variety of lengths and from 1/4 in. to 1 in. in diameter. Best uses: Concrete and stone. How to use: Drill a hole the size of the anchor through the wood and into the concrete. Thread the nut on a few turns and tap it into place with a hammer.
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