Attaching a post to a concrete block wall Need to repair a fence. For end post, am planning on attaching it 4x4 PT to the edge of a concrete block wall.
Concrete block is strong, and it can support a great deal of weight. Compared to solid, poured concrete, blocks are lighter and less dense. Hammering concrete nails or driving concrete screws can easily crack or crumble a concrete block. The trick to mounting a
How to Attach Wood to a Concrete Block. Attaching a wooden board to concrete is a project that many amateur builders dread. In reality, however, the project is surprisingly simple. It doesn't require concrete anchor bolts or other or any other finicky equipment; according to AskTheBuilder.com, you can complete the job with
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
When connecting wood fencing to a brick wall, the concrete foundation of the wall presents problems with regard to installing a fencepost foundation at the connection point. You connect a wood fence to a brick wall using hardware found at fencing supply outlets.
Hi there, I'm looking for advice on the best type of fixing to secure 6x2 timber as my uprights for a closeboard fence that will be 6ft above a concrete retaining garden block wall. I will be fixing to the face of the wall, with 3ft attached to the wall and the remaining 6ft
I wanted to post this to maybe help someone save a little time if they ever need to replace a fence, which has wooden posts that are set in concrete,
How to Attach Wood to Cinder Blocks By Tom Nari SAVE Cinder block is a difficult medium to attach anything significant to; its porous, baked-hard surface that tends to break away when drilled. One fastener for the job is an epoxy bolt, manufactured for use in
Disconnect the post from any fence panels or wires. To gain access to the specific post you want to remove, you’ll first need to detach any fasteners securing the post to a wood fence panel or wire mesh. These fasteners may include: Nails placed through a wood
Secure a concrete drill bit into a hammer drill. Place a piece of painter's tape on the drill bit 3 inches from the tip to give you a visual indication of how deep you need to drill through the wood and block. Hold the furring strip against the block at the 16-inch-on-center
A 4' Fence On Concrete Wall Also check out this case study from someone who built a beautiful 4' cedar fence along the front of their home
If your fence is wood one thing is certain: it will eventually rot and need repairs or to be replaced. Place a pre-cast concrete biscuit block . It should be a couple inches thick and can be square or round, but the round ones usually fit the hole more easily.
How to Choose and Use Concrete Fasteners, Masonry Screws Modern solutions for fastening wood and metal to concrete Next Project Solve your concrete fastening problems with our favorite concrete anchors. We show you how to install light-duty, medium
Install the furring strips onto the wall by aligning the holes in the furring strips with the holes in the wall and securing them with the concrete anchors.