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I am looking to install privacy screens on my concrete patio. I just want to put up two 6x6 posts with Titan Wood Post Anchors, either 35 or 70 apart,
I see the recommendation to secure the Titan Wood Post Anchors into concrete is concrete screws like tapcon or GRK. Is it overkill to use sleeve anchors
I am finishing a deck started by the previous owner. I am finished with everything except guardrails and stair handrails. From all I've found online
I am planning to build a deck and patio cover over the next several months. But I'm not exactly sure which to do first. Any thoughts on how to tackle this
Eight months ago new decking was built with vitex hardwood and was never oiled. We have so far used a mould remover (sodium hypocloride) and a deck cleaner.
Great site, learned a ton here for footings/loads/psf etc. When i use the load calculator I get numbers for the tributary area and their actual loads vs
I'm replacing a small ground level porch with composite decking. I'm researching all of the different brands and getting overwhelmed. Looking for a little
I've read a few posts asking about the sandy Florida soil and installing the Titan Deck Foot Anchor™ system. The deck I'm looking to build is 18'x30'.
Can use your product to build a 14'x 14' shed. basically build a deck for the shed to sit on. Editor's CommentsThe Titan Deck Foot Anchor is a great
Okay, so I have a client that wants a 8x10 deck built at ground level to put his grill on. Problem is, the ground tends to pool water whenever it rains.