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The Different Types of Foundations you can use for a Gazebo

This post describes the different types of foundations you can use for a gazebo such as patio stones and cinder blocks. This post describes the different types of foundations you can use for a gazebo such as patio stones and cinder blocks. Call 888 How to Pour Concrete Footings for a Cedar Pergola ; How to Install Post Saddle Brackets for a

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Building a pergola with 6x6 posts onto a 4" thick slab. Have post saddles but wondering if drilling a 5/8" hole in the slab for the saddles is such a good idea. A thin slab like that would probably be more prone to cracking over time with the hole through it. Wouldn't it be better for the concrete

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The ultimate how to guide for properly mounting pergolas to any surface, including decks, paving stones, poured concrete, and more. Mounting Pergolas to Poured Concrete Patio. Planing to pore 16 × 30 ft patio do I need still footings for a pergola that I am planing to built on top of the patio and if yes what kind of footings do I need?

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How to Build a Pergola on Concrete Patio Horizon Structures

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Building Over a Patio Slab. First, the patio slab may not be safe to build on. Just because it's concrete, you can't assume that it will provide a suitable foundation for framed walls. Building codes require a reinforced floor slab at least 3½ inches thick. Plus, it has to have poured-concrete footings beneath the perimeter to hold the

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Building Detached Pergola On Concrete, Need Advice

Re: Building Detached Pergola On Concrete, Need Advice The blocks were not poured solid, they have the holes and were already in place when the new slab was poured, and they have been left hollow.

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This video shows how to install a galvanized post bases onto a concrete patio for installation of pergola posts.

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Pergola footings beneath and flush with pavers - Bob Vila

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Pergola Post Information Pergola Kits by Pergola Depot

This will connect the pergola posts to the footings or slab, and also hold the bottom of the post up 1 from the concrete surface to keep the bottom of the posts out of water that may accumulate on the patio.

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Concrete Footing Fundamentals - The Concrete Network

Concrete footings may also be needed for projects such as a deck, pergola, retaining wall or other types of construction. If you know your soil bearing capacity, following these practical guidelines will ensure strong footings.

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Pergola Footings For New Concrete Patio Slab - Building

Re: Pergola footings for new concrete patio slab Your footing is deep for frost protection but the slab will be on the surface where it could be moved with frost. We try the get the top of the concrete pier level with the slab. you can fill the top of the tube sides to make it square and about the size of the post for the top 6".

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