Dec 7, 2014 . Subgrade slope and compaction. . Form work. . Sleeves. . Base materials, compaction. . Uniform slab thickness. . Vapor Barrier. . Post-tension cables. . Key Joint. . Expansion joint with cap. . Isolating posts, fence, bench, shade structure, sleeves. . Access for concrete placement. . Clean out container
Hello, I have a broken 4x4 fence post that is cemented into my patio that has broken level to the concrete. Can someone offer me some tips on how I go . the post is in the concrete slab, second pot from the corner. the slab is not rotten but the post cracked right at the base. I can try to get some photos later
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What resources are available online or otherwise for finding out about mounting corner posts into concrete. Is this, like, possible? I mean, I know I could get brackets and drill holes into the concrete slab and just screw those suckers down, but that can't be strong enough, can it? Has anyone done anything..
Is there an anchor that can be used to install a 6x6 wooden post to concrete? This is a new installation and the concrete will be poured in forms 24
The 5.5 in. x 5.5 in. x 6 in. Vinyl Fence Post Concrete Mount features innovative design. This comes with durable, low-maintenance vinyl construction. It includes mounting hardware for convenient installation
CONCRETE MOUNT. 3/4" bolt holes . Easy quick installation on concrete floor. Takes 4 - 1/2" x 3-3/4" Concrete Wedge Anchors not included., put the post in tighten the screws and you are done. Heavy malleable commercial and industrial grade. FLOOR FLANGE - MALLEABLE. FFLM20 2" for 1.900" OD Pipe FFLM21..
Cut the hole in the slab, dig down 18-24", put in the concrete and then push the base with the post already installed in until it is just above the surrounding slab. Secure the post vertical and put a nice finish on the concrete. Leave it alone for 48 hours before removing the supports. Wait another 5 days if..
Like it says, I am building a fence for the owner of a concrete plant. Almost his whole backyard is . Anyway, I've never needed to do this before but I need to somehow set a fence post ON the concrete walkway. It is a gate, and I will ... I did about 25' or so of fence on a slab a few years ago. I mapped out my..
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Jun 20, 2016 . A fence post has very little vertical force.mainly just the weight of the post and panels it holds. Your driveway slab would work fine as a footing for that. HOWEVER, the primary force on a fence is typically lateral--especially a 6' fence. The reason posts are put into the ground is to counter lateral forces on the fence (typically..
Mark exact location of post on concrete. Drill two (2) - 1/2 inch holes in the concrete slab in opposing corners. Epoxy 2 lengths of 1/2 inch rebar into the concrete. Insert rebar into holes and add expoxy cement to hold in place. Place vinyl post over rebar and install rails and pickets. Put a piece of duct tape on the end of each..
This how to set of instructions will teach you how to cut a hole through a concrete slab, such as a driveway, sidewalk, or patio, to install a fence post
Nov 12, 2007 . I am istalling a 6 ft., vinyl fence around my pool area. . If you have a very good concrete slab you can use a 6" square base plate and anchor it with a single 5/8" fastener in the center. . Finally, as Bob suggested, maybe you should look at a steel fence system or a hybrid with steel posts and vinyl rails