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.
Q: How do I install railing in a concrete sidewalk? A: You can mount the railing with Anchoring Cement, which is a pourable cement that expands as it hardens and develops greater strength than concrete. First, use a masonry core drill or chisel to create a hole in the concrete that is at least 1 inch larger than the size of the railing post.
The easiest would be to use a E-Z Base. You will need to drill the concrete w a masonry bit and anchor it down with galvanized lag screws. Then add your post and screw it in. If you don't want to drop that much coin, try a Galvanized Adjustable Post Base. Same deal, little less beef.
OR attach the lights to the house. For the gate stop you should drill through the gate completely and use a bolt to secure the mounting brackets of the stop. The bolts would give more support than plain screws. On the main posts; if the main posts have a decorative cover on top you should be able to pop them off.
Because vinyl fencing is made with its color all the way through the vinyl, there is never a reason to paint the fence. Installing a vinyl fence generally requires attaching posts to cement footings. Occasionally it may be necessary to mount one end of the vinyl fence to a concrete structure, rather than sinking a post.
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Step 5. Press the tip of a concrete screw through the bracket and into the screw hole. Drive the screw into the screw hole to secure the bracket to the slab. Secure the post brackets to the slab by driving screws through all the brackets' screw holes.
Water will get into the routed holes after installation from rain and you want the concrete to be up high enough so the water won't pool inside the post. If you fail at this, you could later drill a drain hole in the vinyl in an inconspicuous place to allow the water to drain, if necessary.
In the case of a sidewalk, you will typically just install a gate at that point. When it comes to a concrete patio or pad however, you may need to install the fence partially, or entirely on the concrete pad. The good news is that we carry an array of post brackets to mount fence posts to concrete. Below we will discuss a few ways to install a fence on a concrete slab.
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1. Shallow Holes. When you build a vinyl fence you have to make sure that the posts are inserted deep enough in the ground. Wood and metal fences have weight behind them that helps keep them stable. A vinyl fence is not that lucky as vinyl is a very light material.
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