Alumawood Patio Covers, Patio Arbor, Lattice Patio Cover
All of our awnings come complete with concrete "anchors". Two 1/4" or 3/8" inch holes are drilled into the concrete for each post (with a masonry bit). The anchors provided are used to mount the post brackets directly to the concrete slab. The 3" square posts are then slid over the top of the secured post brackets and a 3/8 inch bolt, washer, & nut (provided) is used to attach the post to the bracket.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions - Aluminum Fence Speci...
When you want to mount the fence atop your concrete pool apron, for example, you can use floor flanges on the posts. These are bolted down using lag bolts and anchors which are available at any hardware store. You'll need four 3/8" x 2" bolts per post. It is not unusual to have an angle other than a 90 degree corner. You can use a corner post or a line post, depending on the angle. Basically, anything wider than 90 degrees, use a line post. Less than 90 degrees, use a corner post.
above ground pools faq
For the do it yourselfer I would strongly recommend it. I would also level each one with a transit type level. Building pools on the firm Arizona ground as I do blocks are seldom used. But I know the soil and use them when needed. I also laser level and pack the ground several times during my pool installation. It is better as a beginner to use the blocks and make sure they are all level.
FAQ about Patio Covers
All of our Arbors come complete with concrete "anchors". 2 - 3/8" inch holes are drilled into the concrete for each post (with a masonry bit). The anchors provided are used to mount the post brackets directly to the concrete slab. The 3" square posts are then slid over the top of the secured post brackets and a 3/8 inch bolt, washer, & nut (provided) is used to attach the post to the bracket.
No. However there are options for post installation: Directly on a concrete slab, concrete slab with concrete footing or just a concrete footing. Read and follow the directions for properly installing posts. There isn't an engineering design to allow posts to be secured to a wooden deck.
Frequently Asked Questions
Concrete is a commonly requested material. To be honest, we don't know much about gluing to concrete. You could check with some building sites. Cement is the adhesive that holds concrete together. It will take some research on our part but we are thinking about doing concrete. A very cool and specialized glue! It does its job then you can roll it into ball and ... well, have a ball with it. The glue that is used for "tip ins" (magazine jargon) is referred to as a Peel and Stick glue.
OZ-POST Instant Post Holes
Oz-Posts™ have been tested to high levels of horizontal forces and have been found more than suitable for the majority of fencing and sign projects. A fence or sign constructed as recommended using Oz-Posts™ will be equally as strong as traditional concrete installation. A post placed in a standard 6”-8” post hole with one or two bags of concrete takes minimum of a ½ an hour to install.
Fence-All - FAQ for Wood Fences
Although there are times when an alternative might work better, the most cost effective method of installing iron fences tends to be to set them in concrete.
YouTube Stars!: FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
I will be commenting on YouTube videos and members, both old and new. I'll go back and forth between old favorites and new undiscovered gems. Most posts will contain at least one video, embedded in the post, and with a link to the video on YouTube. I'll also be doing interviews of YouTube members so that you can learn more about them!
Yes, look in static.doc and the USENET file distributed with Waffle for /spy=monitor. basically just have 'DEFAULT /spy=monitor' at the top of your waffle/system/usenet file, and you'll probably be ok (unless you drastically changed your 'forums' static file entry).
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Posts are the individual questions or replies that people submit and threads are the series of posts in reply to the original post or question.
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Find the access number or numbers you want to use-then download the file and save it to a disk the file is small so it can be saved onto a floppy disk, cd or even sent via email Then just open the file on your new computer and it will automatically configure your dial up connection the manual set up instructions which will walk you through step by step (with pictures) how to set up the dial up connection. MANUAL SET UP