Raised wooden fence on Weasyfix foundation screws
Creation of a concrete-less raised wooden terrace with the aid of Weasyfix foundation screws.
Weasyfix foundation screws are sufficiently resistant for supporting raised constructions.
They are available in various sizes to reach the depth at which the ground becomes load-bearing, and compensate for any differences in level above the ground.
Their hot-dip galvanized steel composition guarantees the durability and stability of the foundations.
Here are several steps involved in a creation using Weasyfix foundation screws.
The screws and connectors are installed in a way which distributes the load evenly over the entire surface.
The following products are used in the order of installation:
- Weasyfix foundation screw FS750-F® (A2)
- Connect 60® (C12)
- Galvanized steel tube (E3 - E4)
- Top 60® (C13)
- Wood PRO® (C1) connector
The construction rests on 750 mm foundation screws to which galvanized steel tubes are attached.
These tubes are connected to the screw via the CONNECT 60 (C12), and to the structure via the TOP 60 (C13).
Installation of the load-bearing structure.
The structure is attached to the WOOD PRO® (C1) connectors.
Installation of spacers on the load-bearing structure.
Installation of railings.
This raised wooden terrace was built very quickly thanks to the solutions developed by Weasyfix.
Weasyfix provides advice
A2 stainless steel connector specific for wooden and composite structures, adjustable in 3 axes: height, horizontal position and vertical position.
“Cap” connector for a tube with a maximum diameter of 60 mm which is attached using 3 x screws M12.
Kit for fastening Connect 60 (C12) to a foundation screw requiring adjustment of its vertical position.
Cast-iron connector for attaching a vertical tubular post with a max. diameter of 60.3 mm to a concrete slab or a standard foundation screw FS XXXX-F.
Accessory used for fast correction of up to 10° of the foundation screw’s vertical position without having to use any particular tool.
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