Internet #202820094

Model #8053112

Store SKU #314224

Concrete Pier Block with Metal Bracket

  • Supporting/mounting post for foundation or masonry walls
  • Weighs 50 lbs.
  • Complies with ASTM C 90 guidelines
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Product Overview

This Concrete Pier Block with Metal Bracket is ideal for building raised decks, walkways and floors. It is durable and offers up to 1,900 psi compression strength.
  • Durable concrete block
  • Use as a 4 in. x 4 in. timber support
  • Ideal for building raised decks, walkways and floors
  • Up to 1,900 psi compression strength
  • Gray color
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Block TypeDeck BlockDeck Block
Product Width (in.)10 in12 in11.5
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
11.5
Product Height (in.)
11
Product Width (in.)
11.5

Details

Color Family
Gray
Compression Strength (psi)
1900
Product Weight (lb.)
62

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

51Questions7Answers

can the bracket be raised or lowered in the block

Asked by joe October 29, 2020
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Sorry no !!!

I was thinking of using these as footings for fence posts (6') for a quickie fence to put up befo...

Asked by Katy October 3, 2020
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How many blocks does the Everett WA store have. Internet says to call Store SKU #314224

Asked by John September 26, 2020
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Hey John, I tried to call the store for you , what a bad experience trying to get someone to help with your question! Had to hang up after about 10 minutes.........Sorry bro!

what are the dimensions minus the bracket?

Asked by kyak September 16, 2020
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Base 12" top 7-7/8" hight 7-7/8"

Any idea how to cover these block so that they add elegance tonpatio

Asked by Punu September 3, 2020
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Flowers?

What bolts are used to secure the 4 x 4 posts ?

Asked by Rox August 20, 2020
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If you secure a 4x4 post to the the metal brackt, wouldn't the post wiggle or move in any way at ...

Asked by MT August 14, 2020
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If 4x4 is put on this with screws/nails, wouldn't the post wiggle/move at all? You answered it mu...

Asked by MT August 11, 2020
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Hey my, I would drill through the 4x4 so that you can use the largest diameter bolt with washers and nut. And then look on YouTube for proper way to install it.

If you secure 4x4 post to this, is the post firmly set erect, with no wiggling or movement?

Asked by MT August 10, 2020
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It could be if you don't touch it! LOL For best results you have to anchor the pier block !

What is the width of the bracket (for size of deck support wood that slips into it)?

Asked by DF July 23, 2020
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It's 3 5/8 at the base hope that helps!

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DO NOT BUY if you need any lateral shear stregnth. These used to be made with a long anchor bracket cast into the concrete (similar to the picture). Now the bracket is glued on with only a flimsy 1” concrete anchor in the center. Every one I attached a 4x4 post to broke free.
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Some of them had chips, so I had to dig and find the best ones. Also product does not look like t...
Some of them had chips, so I had to dig and find the best ones. Also product does not look like the one in this picture.
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Good alternative to support my posts without pouring concrete....
Good alternative to support my posts without pouring concrete.
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The anchor in the cement is about 1 inch long...
The anchor in the cement is about 1 inch long so it does not hold. Don’t waste your money on this item. Now if they inserted longer anchors when the cement is poured into the mold then this probably would be a good product.
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