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Attaching wooden posts to a poured concrete slab - Fine
Apr 28, · I have an old concrete slab in my backyard from an outbuilding that I tore down. I’d like to put a pergola on this slab. What would be the best way to attach the posts to the slab? I think I remember seeing a product that you pour into concrete after drilling a hole in it, when it dries you can drive regular hardware into it. I was thinking of using that and attaching L brackets to the slab
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Posts in Homesteading. Pan Loaf Experimentation. Justin thoughtfully bought two Pullman pans and a copy of the new Meyers Bakery cookbook for my I didn't reveal this in my previous post on beet brownies, but the reason I had a a few extra beets - the perfect quantity for those brownies - was
cracks in concrete around support posts in carport | DIY
Sep 04, · In my carport I have cracks in the concrete around the support posts. There are cracks around all of the posts but this is the worst as it's cracked on 3 sides. The concrete in the first pic is a little loose and I can wiggle it a bit. Can I use an epoxy to seal the cracks in the
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May 14, · The Shade. May 14, . #167. Well, as of today we have 65,000 square feet of construction under way. It’s a big load for an old man a woman and a kid. I actually checked the kid out of school early today and put him to work. One of the customers we are building a home for saw him working on the job and was impressed with his work ethic and
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Jan 19, · General Homesteading Forums. Homesteading Questions. Concrete around fence posts? Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 20 of 28 Posts. 1; 2; Next. 1 of 2 Go to page. Go. Last. Bubbas Boys · Registered. Joined Apr 11, · 1,706 Posts . Discussion Starter · #1 · Jan 18
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Late-stage, post-contract projects can be done by the homeowner rather than by the contractor. Clear the building site of brush and other debris, down to ground level and at least 25 feet around the If electrical lines will run through the concrete slab via metal conduits, now is the time for these
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Life of fence posts and sleepers in the ground | Screwfix
Jan 30, · Or put the concrete posts on the back: And no, not my work, stolen from Google Only issue doing it this way is the neighbors might not be happy with great big concrete posts on their side, particularly if they have little ones running around. When using pressure treated wood the timber is completely sealed, right into the center.
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Jun 02, · Next is sand in multiples of two. 1-2-3, 2-4-6, etc. Rake that smooth. Next is the Portland Cement in singles. Rake that smooth. Add a half a gallon of water to one corner. Mix that corner top to bottom. Add more water and pull in more of the dry stuff. Keep mixing in