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Model # TIDF442600

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4 in. x 4 in. to 24 in. Steel Deck Foot Anchor

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  • Designed to install ground anchored footings for sheds
  • Ideal for creating low or high elevation decks from ground level
  • Features a minimum weight capacity of 19,000 lbs.
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About This Product

Ground Anchored Footings in minutes are a reality. The Deck Foot Anchor gives you strength and security similar to a poured concrete footing without the labor, time and cost. Quickly and easily install ground anchored footings for freestanding decks, pergolas, sheds, ramps and more - in minutes.

Highlights

  • How does frost affect the anchor the Deck Foot Anchor does not heave up from the ground like a fence post that is literally popped out of the ground a little bit each year, the Deck Foot Anchor remains anchored to the ground and moves with the soil as it expands up or settles down during freeze or thaw cycles, use only with freestanding decks, unless the soil does not freeze in your area
  • Tested to a minimum of 19,000 lbs. independent compression load testing has confirmed that each Deck Foot Anchor can support a minimum of 19,000 lbs. this is far more than your soil will ever support, so the Deck Foot Anchor is not the weakest link. your soil bearing capacity is the limiting factor
  • Low or high elevation decks, ground level: you can build your deck with joists as low as 2 in. to 3 in. above grade if you wish, simply hang the joists from the perimeter joist if you want to extend the deck beyond the footing, extend the side perimeter joists 6 in. to 10 in. and fill with blocking joists along the length
  • Easilly up to 6 ft. with proper bracing in both directions from 6 in. x 6 in. posts to beams, you can make a 6 ft. H freestanding deck as solid as a rock, it's possible to go even higher but it is not intended to support decks at a second-floor elevation
  • Securely anchored: ready for high wind, decks supported by concrete blocks that rest on the surface are susceptible to uplift in high winds and have to be secured to the ground with a webbing of cables and ground spikess the titan deck foot anchor holds your footings securely to the ground, almost 2/3 of the United States and parts of Canada are in high wind zones, for maximum uplift resistance, consider using the 36 in. auger
  • Contains: 1 TIDKP, 1 TIDP442, 1 TIGA600
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Product Information

Internet # 315703225

Model # TIDF442600

Store SKU # 1006019877

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 5 in, W 4 in, D 27 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

27 in

Product Height (in.)

5 in

Product Width (in.)

4 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type

Accessory

Fasteners included

Yes

Finish

Steel

Hub Required

No hub connection available

Material

Steel

Package Quantity

1

Remote Access

No Remote Access

Requires Hub?

No Hub Required

Returnable

90-Day

Works With

No additional compatibility

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Limited

Questions & Answers

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Q:What size is the hole in the load plate.
by|Aug 11, 2023
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Q:I have South Carolina red clay soil? lots of rain and etc. would this be a good fit for a deck?
by|Jun 28, 2023
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Q:Can i drill into the load plate to attach a pergola post mounting plate to it-see photo The pergola mount holes are 5.5 inches apart and the mount is 7 x 7
by|May 18, 2023
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A:  This is what I did. I used 4x6 posts to build the pergola. The posts stick out 1 inch on each end and I have them secured with 2 screws on each side. They work great and saved me from digging through rocky soil. Just make sure you're using an impact gun with extra batteries.

by|May 19, 2023
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    Q:I live in Massachusetts. Would these deck footings support a small, freestanding pool deck during these harsh winter months?
    by|May 31, 2022
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    No contest the easiest way to create footings for a deck or a shed.
    Used 6 of these to build a 12x8 shed. They are in the ground. They will support two 4x6x12 between which we will hang the joists. It took longer to stake out where they needed to be than to put them in. Despite the recommendation to use a corded driver, we used a battery driver (Milwaukee 2767-20 M18 Fuel High Torque 1/2-Inch Impact Wrench with Friction Ring) and it worked fantastically well. My soil is good dirt and lower down it is a sandy mix of dirt, but there were a lot of root at the top, but no stone and pretty much no clay. Each anchor was in in less than a minute and we did not need to even change battery. I dug a 2'x2' well to lay some gravel as indicated on the instructions. That was a lot of work and since our soil drain really well I think we will do without on the next project.
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    A bit pricey but great product to hold a greenhouse...
    A bit pricey but great product to hold a greenhouse sturdy
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    Good quality and easy to use. Time and back saving...
    Good quality and easy to use. Time and back saving anchor. Used to construct pergola and looks great.
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    These anchors work excellent, and achieve their purpose very easily....
    These anchors work excellent, and achieve their purpose very easily. Installation went well with a small impact gun. The website states, and I will stress to also, there is no lateral support with these, only support for the uprights. I would definitely recommend them, and it will be purchasing them for future projects as well.
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