Does Titan Deck Foot Work in sand?

by Jason
(Pensacola, FL)

I am building a floating deck (low deck - 5" off ground) at my kids school for them to put a small swingset on and for the kids to play. It will be a large deck, 30' x 16'.

I'm in Florida, so the ground is of course very sandy, but still pretty hard.

Will the Titan deck foot work on this ground or does it have to go into hard ground like soil or clay?

We're on a tight budget so I'd prefer to use them over having to get augers and cement and all that.

If you're not sure I'll try ordering one and see how solid it is in the ground. Thanks for any help.

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Mar 15, 2014
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Should work just fine
by: Editor-Rich Bergman

The augers will dig in and hold just fine. The one issue you may have to consider is roots. Tree roots can cause problems and you would have to back out the auger and try another spot but within the line of the beam still.

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