Internet #100634584

Model #VA80205

Bolt-Down Bracket System

  • For surface mounting pergola posts
  • 13-Gauge galvanized steel
  • Easy installation
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
4.625 in
Assembled Height (in.)
6 in
Assembled Width (in.)
4.625 in

Details

Color Family
Metallics
Outdoor Living Product Type
Pergola/Gazebo Accessory
Pergola Accessory/Part Type
Hardware
Product Weight (lb.)
11 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years limited warranty

Product Overview

The Bolt Down Bracket System enables pergola owners to mount their pergola safely and securely to a wood deck or cement patio. Simply measure your footprint and bolt the galvanized steel brackets into place. Insert 4 x 4 (10cm X 10cm) pressure treated wood posts (purchased separately) into the brackets and screw them in place. Slide your pergola posts over the wood posts, and screw the pergola posts into the wood. The result is a lasting installation that is safe and rigid. This mounting system was specifically designed for Vita brand pergolas. We highly recommend that if you are installing any of these vinyl pergolas on a flat surface, you purchase this kit. The mounting system comes with brackets and 1.5” (3.8cm) self-tapping screws. The Bolt Down Brackets are guaranteed for 5 years against defects. Important Note: DO NOT use the bolt down bracket system for installing the pergola over concrete pavers, patio stones, or interlocking bricks
  • Extra Materials Required Depending on the type of installation, you will be required to purchase the following hardware: If mounting Pergola onto an existing concrete surface: • 1/4” x 2 3/4” Cement Screws – Countersunk head (12) • 3/16” Concrete drill bit. Minimum 3” long (1) • 4x4x ?* pressure treated wood posts if using for a pergola (4) *(length depends on the pergola selected) 1/2” x 3 1/2“x 12” long wood shims to “build out” posts (32)
  • If mounting Pergola onto a wooden or composite deck with AN ACCESSIBLE UNDERSIDE: • 1/4” x ?” Bolts and nuts – Countersunk Head (12) • 1/4” Washers (12) (length depends on blocking material) • 1/4” Wood drill bit. Minimum 3” long (1) • 4x4x ?* pressure treated wood posts if using for a pergola (4) *(length depends on the pergola selected) • 1/2” x 3 1/2“x 12” long wood shims to “build out” posts (32)
  • Material: Steel
  • Mount your pergola safely and securely to a wood deck or cement patio
  • Color: Steel
  • 5-year warranty
  • Posts: 5 x 5
  • Tools Required: Power or Hammer Drill (Impact) with proper bit according to installation preference
  • Approx. Time Commitment: 1 person, 1-2 hours
  • Number of Boxes: 1
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Questions & Answers

17Questions28Answers

Why does Home Depot suggest these bolt down brackets? They fit 4x4 posts but the pergola has 6x6...

Asked by weeone February 17, 2018
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Will a 6" X 6" Cedar post fit in these brackets?

I'd like to install a vinyl pergola on my composite deck, but the underside of the deck is not ac...

Asked by hengwen March 1, 2018
4
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We bolted ours the the deck boards and into the joist in the deck. We were unable to get under our composite deck as well

I have a concrete patio in So. Florida. How would I mount the posts to the concrete?

Asked by Jerry October 6, 2019
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I bought bolt-down brackets from inside the store. They were easy to mount. Once everything was measured and we had correct distance between the posts, I drilled through the holes on the bracket with the concrete drill bit and then screwed in the concrete screws. Make sure you had a good impact drill to drill in the concrete screws. measuring took longer than the drilling. Easy. My pergola is not moving, very secure.

I do not understand what I am looking at? Looks like you put 4x4 wood posts into this and then at...

Asked by tara May 16, 2019
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You attach the brackets first then you insert the 4x4. The the brackets are also attached to the 4x4

What is about color ?. The pergola's post is white color , a Bolt-Down Bracket system is metalli...

Asked by Hal June 12, 2018
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With my pergola the metal bolt down went inside of white post so you can’t see metal. If utilizing wood I am not sure.

will these brackets support a pressure treated wood pergola (12' X 8') custom built on top of a d...

Asked by sandy March 9, 2017
2
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Yes

I need brackets for 8x8 post. Can't seem to find any?

Asked by PJ03 March 19, 2016
2
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Sorry these are the only size of bolt down brackets we make.

Ca these or another bracket be used to secure a vinyl New England Arbors Pergola to a concrete pa...

Asked by mojo April 4, 2018
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Yes, but keep in mind they are for a 4 by 4 post. I bought them not knowing that. My pergola post measured 6 by 6. I’ll use them for something.

Can these be attached to concrete

Asked by John April 22, 2020
2
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Yes, our Bolt Down Brackets are made to attach to wood or concrete decks to provide a measure of stability for our pergolas.

What size post will fit into this?

Asked by James May 11, 2015
2
Answers

4x4

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.6
    out of 62 reviews
  • 85% recommend this product
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You need to make sure you use washers. The screws went right thru the bracket
You need to make sure you use washers. The screws went right thru the bracket
by CraftyMom
2 people found this helpful
This product did the job I expected it to do.
We purchased these brackets to bolt our Pergola to our cement patio. the hardest part was drilling through the cement for the screws, but once that was done the brackets work great for stabilizing the pergola.
by puppymom
12 people found this helpful
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We just completed the install of the Camalot Pergola and...
We just completed the install of the Camalot Pergola and overall are very satisfied with the quality and look. The louvers are larger in scale than they appeared on the website photos which in my opinion was a pleasant surprise. We needed to retrofit the kit for our second level deck area, so we hired a handyman for the installation. With all of the additional measuring and cutting, it took a week to complete, but if you are setting up the kit with no adjustments to its size, then it can be completed over a weekend. I would suggest two people for the job if we had to do it over again. Mandy
by Mandy
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Wrong size advertised with arbor and I have no idea...
Wrong size advertised with arbor and I have no idea how to return it..
by HomeDepotCustomer
They did not fit the Pergola post so I returned...
They did not fit the Pergola post so I returned them.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Your site recommended these to go with Pergola, they were...
Your site recommended these to go with Pergola, they were too small so had to be returned.
by Johnd
These were recommended to buy with the pergola I bought...
These were recommended to buy with the pergola I bought which already came with shoes. Furthermore, the pergola legs came as 6x6’s and these brackets are made for 4x4s
by Sue
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