attaching 4x4 to side of concrete wall

Since you are covering the post with vinyl, you could weld 3.5" square x 1 8" wall steel tube to a base plate and bolt the base plate to the concrete with really good anchors. The steel tube is the same dimension as the 4x4 posts. You might be able to get less expensive pipe and put spacers on it to fill out to 

12 concrete blocks 4 4x4 = outdoor bench Cinder Block Bench The Concrete Block Wall With Wood Framing For Anchoring The Bench. .. Construction: Privacy Trellis Added to Cinder Block Wall- Maybe I could do something like this on top of my existing cinde rblock wall for added privacy along the side of my yard.

Concrete experts provide detailed information about how to attach a sign to concrete.

Installing Ledger to Concrete wall. A 2X8 ledger is fastened to the concrete foundation wall using ½”X4” sleeve anchors, or other concrete anchors. Anchors should be installed at staggered heights in between joists. Follow the instructions above, substituting the appropriate anchors.

Before fitting the fixing stiles it is always a good idea to get at least one coat of your chosen finish on the stiles, especially on the rear of the stile (the side that would be against the wall) and underneath the stiles as you will not be able to access these once fitted. When fitting keep the fixing stile up from the ground approx 

Foundation Anchors. The UFP provides a retrofit method to anchor the mudsill to the side of the foundation in applications where minimum vertical clearance exists. The smooth transition angle positions the head of the anchor in the optimum location in the concrete stem wall to maximize performance. ABL. Anchor Bolt 

The instructions for building a retaining wall out of 4x4 treated post aim to help ambitious homeowners and do-it-yourselfers tackle this task. Three Parts:Laying the FoundationBuilding the First CourseConstructing the WallCommunity Q&A Install full length posts to complete the course cutting only the end post.

If you're looking to attach a railing to concrete steps or a concrete wall, we're here to help. To attach your railing to concrete you will need a hammer drill to drill into the concrete, a standard drill for drilling into the pipe, an Allen wrench to tighten the fittings, a hammer, a tape Bring the flange up and put it to the side.

You would really need to notch the posts (so that the post's length continues down vertically) and lag them onto the sides of the concrete or the block wall using galanized concrete sleeve anchors and galvanized lags or bolts. I would also suggest that you use the appropriate epoxy when installing the 

Fastening posts to concrete involves drilling or boring into the existing concrete in order to safely attach the posts.

6 days ago Decorating your home with pictures, hanging a mirror in the bathroom, or installing shelves for displaying heirlooms requires the correct fastening system to support the weight. Here are 10 tried-and-true ways to hang items. Before you start, review this story that shows how to determine what's behind a wall 

For end post, am planning on attaching it (4x4 PT) to the edge of a concrete block wall. Dunno if the blox are filled or not, so would assume not. The fence is a low (~5' high) "woven-wood" job, made with 1 4" bender boards and 4x4 posts. powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral.

Attach the Wall to the Other Walls. Nail the wall frame to the walls on either side. If attaching to a concrete block wall, drill pilot holes and nail into the center of the concrete blocks, where the blocks are the strongest. Don't nail into the joints between the blocks; it's not secure. When attaching to a wood-frame wall, make sure 

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