How to Attach a Resin Shed to Concrete
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We had some very thoughtful and helpful comments posted our video about the resin shed assembly. We though a couple of the comments had merit so we decided to implement them.
Here's what we did to improve the shed based on viewer comments.
Many expressed concern that the position of the shed with the roof angled towards the house might eventually cause water damage to the house. Yes, the water traveled towards the house with no current issues, but we agreed, that a different orientation of the shed would be a better option in the long run.
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11/12/2020 08:09:16 pm
Since those sheds are mostly “plastic” you might have considered a larger washer under the head of the Tapcon fastener. This would give more holding strength, dispersing the load over more area, in fact a “fender” washer would have been a good suggestion. The wedge anchor is a good anchor, but if you wanted to relocate the shed those anchors are hard to remove.
11/16/2020 07:26:45 am
10/30/2021 10:53:12 am
What size tapcon bolts did you use to secure the resin shed to the concrete?
10/30/2021 01:45:37 pm
Tapcon 3/8 in. x 3 in.
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