i need some advice not sure whether welding or other solution is better in the backyard i have a concrete wall approx 1m high and i want to attach galvanized pipes/posts 33.9mm o.d / 3mm wall thickness for a fence trellis for kiwis to the wall. i was thinking of having the pipes 0.5m in the ground add some rock/gravel in the hole and 2m above ground fixed bolted or other means of
fastening a fence to block wall using tapcon concrete screws, order on line at www.concretefasteners.com/anchors-fasteners/tapcon-screw/pricing.aspx
attaching timber posts to top of concrete block wall just want to know the best way to attach a timber post on top of a concrete core filled block wall. would you. 1. either use a bolt down post support or a high wind support bracket which would be concreted into the wall. or.
note these stucco corners are called stucco corner aid, attach to the grout line. the corners reinforce the strength of a corner and equally important gives us guides to stucco up to.
you take a 2' steel post and sink it into the wall. then you attach an accessory called an ez bracket to the top and the bottom of the steel post. after this is done, you can slide the vinyl post over top of the steel post with the brackets attached. these brackets are either 4' or 5' wide so the vinyl post will barely slide over. 2. steel post with a welded plate: purchase 2' steel posts that already have a square plate welded to the bottom.
i would like to build it independenly but the sewer line run along the house next to the wall. the whole first floor is concrete block so a there is no rim joist. there is an existing covered porch over where this deck will be built. also the inside of the block wall is finished room so through bolts are out of the question.
the process to attach wire mesh to a block wall is daunting for many but is not as difficult as it looks. any homeowner is capable of attaching wire mesh to a block wall with the right tools. 1
attach a driver bit to the hammer drill and set the drill to driver mode. hoist the gate upright and align the fence's rails with the loose sides of the hinges. drive wood screws through the hinges screw holes to secure the gate to the hinges.
re: attaching a ledger to a block foundation this may not be a popular answer but i never trust brick or block with any kind of concrete fasteners. if there's not solid concrete to attach to i don't attach a ledger. you can avoid rolling the dice by setting posts close to the foundation and cantilever the framing to the wall.
galvanized and stainless steel are acceptable for outdoor use. stainless steel should be utilized for areas subject to possible contact with chemicals. will the fixture be fastened to a floor, wall or ceiling? different stresses are applied to a fixture in different applications.
hammer-set anchors are perfect for attaching metal electrical boxes, wood furring strips, conduit, and shelf brackets to concrete, block, and brick. keep in mind that they are not removable.
step 2. install screws in the wall wall plugs are colour coded which indicate how much weight they can bear or what type of screw they can hold. make sure you choose the one you need. with the right sized masonry bit for your wall plug and screw size, predrill a hole using the hammer drill to the depth of your screw.
through-bolt drill a hole through the width of the cinder block, using a plate washer and nut on one side and a nut and washer on the fixture side. this fastening method probably gives the best most consistent holding values and is easily done if both sides of the cinder block are accessible.
these blocks are then layered and stacked vertically to form a wall and are held together using concrete mortar. determine where in the block the anchor should be placed before choosing the correct anchor for an application, it is necessary to consider where in the block the fastener should be positioned.
how do i re-attach a metal gate to a cinder block wall? it is a cinder block wall with a metal/wrought iron ? gate tenants have pulled the bolt braces out of the cinder block wall. how can i fix this? attach metal anchors to support the bolts of the gate and your set. 0 3 1.
step 3. attach a concrete drill bit into a hammer drill. use a concrete drill bit the size of the concrete anchor. place a piece of painter's tape on the drill bit to indicate the depth of the concrete anchor, the thickness of the metal and an additional 3/8 inch.