you can surface mount a post that will have more than one point of support, such as a post that attaches to both a concrete slab and a covered roof, or a post that supports a handrail that's also attached to a house. post bases, typically made from metal, attach directly to the surface of the concrete. you drill into the concrete and insert concrete screws or anchors.
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also, whats the best surface to build it on? i was thinking tile because it would gener do i need a anti-static wristband? but if you are working on a concrete floor and building it on a
concrete experts provide detailed information about how to choose the best anchors to fasten to concrete. toggle menu. the rebar may get in the way when trying to place a concrete anchor deeply or it may cause problems when drilling a hole. there is special rebar cutting bits that can be used when rebar is located in areas where the anchor
continue along the path, using wall scramble to reach the ledge and pull yourself up to enter the camp for a scene. follow the survivors' trail. after getting the two-way radio and a new objective, jump toward the nearby ledge. although lara does get a slight grip, you'll be unable to keep her held on and she'll fall into the coastal forest.
in this project, we show you how to anchor post to concrete. in our case, we had to build stair railings and consequently we needed to attach post to concrete. first of all, you have to take a look on the concrete surface, as to see if it is level. if the concrete flooring isn’t level, then you have to buy adjustable post anchors.
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normally this would mean i would have to dig a 5' deep hole in the ground, put a 15' post in and fill it with concrete but in my case i have decking surrounded by a 6' high concrete block wall. what is the best way to anchor attach a 4x4x10 post to a 6' high concrete block wall?