Quickly calculate concrete slab and footing pours by entering the depth, width and length to find the number of cubic yards or bags of concrete needed for your project. Give these calculations to your ready-mix supplier or use them to estimate how many 40, 60 or 80 lb. bags of concrete to buy.
Using the deck posts/railings as anchors are recommended because they go right down to the footings or the sub structure. Please make sure that the screws used are long enough to reach the support beams underneath. Mounting Pergolas to Poured Concrete Patio. Hammer set fasteners for concrete are easy to set and are very strong.
Whether you can see the thinset mortar to a plain concrete a concrete patio here are subject to produce their green products acting over time choose from day to concrete patio without mortar using ditra and layout first clean surface. Can you tile over concrete patio, lot easier than tile. Balcony patios and waste it a.
Attachment In the planning stage of a gabled roof pergola Pavilion . Pavilion will have a 22' x 23' covered roof. Held up with 6-8x8 Cedar post attached to patio concrete slab with stirrups
This video shows how to install a galvanized post bases onto a concrete patio for installation of pergola posts. How to Install Pergola Post Bases On A Concrete Patio How to Pour a
Since the pergola, itself, has a 20% chance of being built, I don't think I'm going to pour the footings now. Instead, I'll just block out the spots for the rear post footings along the house, pour the slab, and then just fill those in with concrete so they're separate from the main slab.
I have an existing concrete patio slab, that is almost 20 years old at this point and I am considering adding a pergola to our patio. The slab is in good shape and has no signs of any problems. I am trying to determine if I should cut the concrete and pour footers or if mounting on the slab is sufficient? I am located in the Midwest.
Concrete Footings. If you wish to install your pavilion or pergola in an area without a concrete slab foundation, you will need to dig post holes to accommodate concrete footings. Footings are also useful if you wish to install your pergola or pavilion over an existing paver patio. All structures need to be anchored to concrete footers. The
Building a pergola with 6x6 posts onto a 4" thick slab. Have post saddles but wondering if drilling a 5/8" hole in the slab for the saddles is such a good idea. A thin slab like that would
My question is should I cut the concrete and put down a footing. Or would the Simpson fasteners work. With the curved patio I will have to put some post in the ground. But I really dont want to cut the concrete if I dont have to. And Im wondering if the fasteners will crack the concrete in time. The pergola will be roughly 15x 35.
Two videos showing how to convert the layout rectangle into a concrete patio with a paver border, and adding concrete piers as a foundation Sketchup Pergola Planning Project 4 : Patio and Pier Foundation ProTradeCraft