0009066400113

Model 100014754

Internet #100321948

Store SKU #619302

8-3/4 in. x 10-3/4 in. x 10-3/4 in. Concrete Pier Block

  • Solid, pre-formed concrete foundation blocks.
  • Blocks are manufactured with 3000 PSI concrete.
  • Block Porosity wicks moisture from slot/lumber to ground.

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Pier blocks make it easy to create a deck, porch or patio. The average do-it-yourself homeowner with minimal carpentry skills can easily create a good-looking, functional deck in a day's work. The piers are simple to install and provide adequate stability for wood decks.

  • Square concrete block with no large chips or breaks
  • Sturdy support for decks, patios or porches
  • Uniform in shape, color and texture
  • Concrete is resistant to moisture and bugs

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Is the wooden top piece embedded in the concrete block or just on top. How is the wood connected to the block? What are the measurements of the wood?

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October 29, 2015
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I bought 30 of these. None were glued as far as I could tell. All were nailed.
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The wooden piece is glued to the block. It is not inset in to the block as it seems pictured, it only rests on top. The wood pieces are 5 3/4" square, and 1 3/4" deep.
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how many deck block i need for 23X12 deck

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August 15, 2016
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If you put them every 8 feet then you would need 12 minimal. Each 12 foot span you would need 3. At 8 feet spans that is 4 for 24 feet so 4 times 3 is 12. You can add more if you like but 12 would be adequate.
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Does this concrete pier block require addtional concrete reinforsment around

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when placed on/in ground...?
We have use it for new deck in backyard but don't know if we need to pour additional concrete around piers?
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November 9, 2015
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No additional concrete is needed. The blocks just need to be set level, on undisturbed or heavily compacted soil.
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Are the wood blocks replaceable when the old wood goes bad and the concrete is still in good condition?

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I have some concrete pier blocks with the wood block have deteriorated over the years and am rebuilding the structure. Can I replace the wood block? It seems to be made from a piece of 2" X 6".
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No problem, if you can safely raise ( one inch is fine ) and temporarily support the load sitting on the pad. The key word here is "SAFELY". If you have successfully raised and safely supported the load, you can go ahead and remove the wood block and chip off the adhesive that held it in place. Now just replace the block with one the same size as the original. If it's likely to get wet, use redwood or Read More
No problem, if you can safely raise ( one inch is fine ) and temporarily support the load sitting on the pad. The key word here is "SAFELY". If you have successfully raised and safely supported the load, you can go ahead and remove the wood block and chip off the adhesive that held it in place. Now just replace the block with one the same size as the original. If it's likely to get wet, use redwood or treated lumber. As an alternative, you can use just about any type of lumber, just put a couple of coats of wood sealer or exterior primer on it first. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Picked up 7 of these today. All of them were uniform in dimensions and all of the wood blocks were securely attached and in great shape. April 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Just as described. Good qualify. Solid construction. June 18, 2013
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