attaching a gate to cement wall

Many times the fastener location is predetermined by the holes in the fixture being attached to a cinder block. Fastening into the strength of the epoxy. The second technique is achieved through the keying action of the epoxy once hardened in the screen tube and hollow inside wall of the cinder block.

A typical modern house has walls of drywall over wooden studs, on which you can use drywall anchors to add shelving. Older homes may have walls of wood lath, which accept shelving screws or nails. An industrial loft or an avant-garde construction might use walls made of cement. You need to use special procedures to 

I used cement screws to drive in the mortar cement between the bricks, but over time, the weight of the gate has pulled the screws out of the cement between the Miles, that sounds like a smooth way of securing the 2x4 to the side of the house, but I'm not sure I can go with that option, as I have the hooks to hold the gate up 

With posts that are sunk into the ground the bigger the post size the better, however with wall fixing posts the narrower (to an extent) the better as the gate post or . work), you drill a hole for the main shaft of the bolts screws and then as you tighten the fixings they cut their own thread into the brick stonework as they go in.

There is another hole at the top of the post that is used for attaching to a wall or other post that would greatly strenten the post. I will try and post some pictures(edit: and dimensions) later. The wheel might not be an option as I want the bottom of the gate to be close to the groud as it has to keep a small dog in 

The simple answer is YES we can absolutely install fencing and gates into brick paving or concrete. There are a couple of different ways this can be done which will be explained below. But first, it is important to understanding a couple of things. Whenever you are installing fencing or gates it is extremely 

An Iron Gate and Fence with Posts Core-Drilled into the Concrete Patio Surface. So which is the better option for mounting fence on a concrete surface or wall? Well, that really depends on your layout. Core drilling is far stronger than a flange post. However, flange posts are easier to install and do not 

Assemble the vinyl fence gate following the manufacturer's instructions. Many manufacturers offer kits that can be used to construct a gate from a fence panel. Typically, all you need to do is cut down the panel, then add the gate kit components with vinyl cement. Other manufacturers require that you purchase a specific gate 

Drill the correct pilot hole (see package instructions), tap the shield into the hole and screw the wood or metal piece to the wall. Drawbacks: At times, soft metal Using concrete screws is the fastest method for attaching furring strips, windows and doors, conduit clamps and electrical boxes. Drill the special-size pilot hole 

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