Anchor Rod Chairs allow for easy and precise placement of anchor rods prior to pouring concrete. Reference Series: . All Thread Rods for anchoring USP's holdowns, tension ties, and wood structural panel shear walls to concrete. Reference Series: Wall ties secure brick or rock veneer to wood frame walls. Reference
Another technique is for the post to remain attached only to the deck but the top rail to continue over the post top and butt up against the wall of the home. The top rail is then secured to the wall of the house but mechanical brackets and fasteners. The fasteners would pierce the building envelope and would
If the deck is to be located higher on the wall, you can secure the ledger board to the studs inside the wall. If the deck is to be located along a section of poured concrete or concrete block, you can secure the ledger board to it but you must drill into concrete with a masonry drill, insert masonry anchors and then lag screw the
Mark anchor locations on your ledger and drill through the board with a ½” bit; Position the ledger against the wall and mark the anchor positions through the hole onto the wall. Drill through the brick veneer with a ½ inch masonry bit in a hammer drill, until you reach the wood frame behind. Do not drill into the wood.
Use 6mm plastic packers between the beam and the wall to leave a clear drainage gap to allow rainwater to run down the wall. If you are joining two cut deck boards together in a long run, screw them down at an angle 10mm from the end of each board to securely fix them to the joist beneath. 5. Building a raised deck.
Drill the correct pilot hole (see package instructions), tap the shield into the hole and screw the wood or metal piece to the wall. Tighten the fastener until it's secure. These anchors in the large 3 8-in. to 1 2-in. dia. versions are perfect for anchoring heavy, weight-bearing framing members such as deck ledger boards.
IBC 2006, Section 2308.8.1. Joists framing into the side of a wood beam shall be supported by approved framing anchors or on ledger strips not smaller than 2"x2". IRC 2006, Section 502.6.2. IBC 2006, Section 2308.8.2. Cantilevered Applications. Decks with cantilevered framing members, connections to exterior walls
Readers of this magazine likely know how to safely secure a deck ledger to most houses. But what about the oddball situations? To attach a ledger to an ICF wall, the IRC calls for direct concrete-to-wood contact, which is usually accomplished with "anchor tunnels." These plastic inserts thread into
Encouraging rot and deterioration of your house wall is a distinct reality if you don't anchor your deck properly, and long-term success depends on simple, often Installing your deck floor against brick requires that you drill right through the masonry, then install lag bolts into the underlying wood frame.
A structural brick wall is one that's built as a support; anchor bolts are used to attach the ledger board directly to the brick. However, if a house has a brick veneer wall, the brick is not solid enough to support any additional weight, and a professional should be consulted to determine how best to proceed.
When it comes to building your wooden decking, it is vital that you ensure your deck is completely safe and secure. Wooden decking structures can be attached to your house (or an existing building) using a ledger board or built unattached, as a free standing deck. Build decking using a ledger board eliminates the need for
The ledger wall plate should be securely fastened to the house using suitable fixings. The ledger is made from a length of timber that is being used to construct the deck frame and is made from 150mm 50mm treated timber. Most places only sell this size timber in 3.6 metre lengths and so it may be necessary to join the
FWA foundation anchors connect the foundation or basement walls to the floor system to resist out-of-plane forces imposed by soil pressure using our own Titen HD heavy-duty screw anchor. Ensures the accurate and secure placement of anchor bolts on concrete-deck forms prior to concrete placement. Nail the locator
If there's a gap between the ledger board and house foundation, cut filler pieces from pressure-treated wood to fit snugly into the space. Use a hammer drill fitted with a ½-inch-diameter masonry bit to bore a hole through the ledger and into the foundation. Insert a ½-inch x 10-inch masonry wedge anchor into the hole and