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Crime & Punishment. 'You and Tippy can take a long walk off a short pier,'" said Lewis. The concrete anchors needed to hold up the fence post were unlike anything Parker had ever seen
Galvanized post anchors prevent lateral movement and keep the ends of wood support posts from direct contact with the concrete, which gives a post longer life. Building a Deck 02:48 In this series, Chip Wade shows you how to build a deck from the ground up.
I build decks for a living. Setting your post in concrete as you would a fence post will work just fine, as long as you use Sono tubes or The Post Collar. You want no earth to wood contact! Or use pier blocks. In the pic you have a ledger securing the deck to the house. You can use 6" pier blocks.
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Every Deck Rests On Post Anchors That Are Connected To A Foundation And because of that it is very important that a structural connector is firmly anchored to a concrete pier or foundation. The most common types of anchors for supporting compression or resisting tension loads are simple and stamped or formed from sheet metal.
my deck is fully floating, 36" high. i used 4x4 post on simpson strong tie ancor into concrete pier. i was also worried about lateral movement due to no ledger.. but when i installed hurricane ties between all beams & joists it made a HUGE difference.
If you are building a deck, you will need to mount the wood posts on concrete piers. First the concrete piers must be in the proper location or the support beams won't be lined up. The deck must also be supported for side forces and uplift forces.
The Millau Viaduct, the world's tallest bridge and the cables--as well as the deck--the bridge wouldn't be possible without the seven piers that anchor it to the ground. And while all