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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Florida free standing deck

I am about to start a deck project of about 18'x18' with concrete footer posts every 6 feet apart. When I went on YouTube to check out alternatives to cumbersome concrete in tubes I saw a few videos about your Titan deck foot and want to purchase them.

I would need 15 for my project which would make the job a bit easier on my back. Problem is, I can't find anywhere to purchase them or even a price per footing.

I need to know where I can go to get them or even order them and have them shipped to me in Tampa Florida. Only reservations I have will be if it will be stable.

This is Florida sand and although the ground is sandy, once you get down about 4-6" the ground is more like compacted soil. We are not near the shore but are inland away from beaches.

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