|Fig.1 Wood shim|
Supplies and Tools:
Fencing post with flange
Pencil #2 (marking cement)
Dewalt sawall with electric cord
Sawall metal blade (torch blade -
6 inch 10 TPI (teeth per inch) double duty))
rotary hammer 10 amp variable speed SDS (Slotted drive system)
Tyler Zowat lives in Perris, California. He wanted to install a little privacy fence near his patio. He purchased all the parts from The Home Depot.
This post shows the five steps to drill into cement for each fence post and to install cement anchors.
Step 1: Above right fig.1 shows a wood shim that is being used to level the metal post.
Step 2: First use the metal flange post and use a #2 pencil to mark the hold to be drilled. Fig.2 shows a metal punch that will be hammered into the cement for the metal flange holes.
|Fig.2 Punching hole|
|Fig.3 Cement punched|
|Fig.4 Rotary drilling cement drill|
|Fig.5 Holes drilled for anchors|
|Fig.6 Holes ready for Red Hot anchors|
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