concrete anchor bolts work best to attach metal to concrete. steel can be attached to concrete without screws or glue by using concrete anchors and bolts. alternatively, you could cast the concrete with the metal embedded in the concrete.
how to attach something to concrete without drilling holes? i want to add a trellis to my balcony to hold plants, but like most rentals i cannot drill holes into any of the walls. i would just like to know the best way to secure something to a concrete wall without having to use nails or screws.
depending on the shape and depth of your spread footing, i would look for a sonotube, or excavate around an irregular footing with the approximate size of a concrete footing. you could attach a post base footing, similar to your referenced product, which should be able to fit fairly close to your house exterior wall standard gap is 4' .
set the lattice or trellis panel over the wood strips. center it in place. screw the panel to the strips with 2-inch wood screws, spacing the screws 8 inches apart. the strips hold the panel off the wall while firmly anchoring the lattice in place.
on the concrete, mark where your holes will be drilled. remember that anchors must be placed a minimum of five anchor diameters from any unsupported edge, and there should be a minimum of ten anchor diameters between any two anchors. using a hammer drill, drill your holes using a carbide-tipped masonry bit.
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2. post with a welded plate : this is the 2nd best method of installing on top of a wall. a square plate with holes at the corners is welded to the bottom of the post to create a stable connection between the post and plate. you would then use concrete/masonry anchors to bolt the post down into the wall. 3.
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?
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place a pat powder-actuated tool charge into the chamber of the pat gun. load a pat nail into the tip of the pat gun. refer to the labels on the box of nails and charges to determine the correct ones for your application. the strength of charge is determined by the thickness of material attached to the concrete and its hardness.
drill into the concrete. put your drill into hammer mode by flipping the switch on the side of the tool. hold the hammer drill perpendicular to the concrete and press the bit against the concrete. once it's in the correct position, pull the trigger while applying pressure on the back of the drill.