Pathway's concrete block+brick steps with water catching surround gravel, path covering pergola & lush vegetation details
ah, love this. white brick. concrete wall texture. cove lighting. exposed joists. nice detail.
Trying to screw or nail into concrete sounds like a near-impossible task. But attaching to concrete really isn’t much more difficult than fastening to wood—if you use the correct tools and specialized fasteners. These four types of fastener are specifically designed for attaching to concrete, and most can also be used in brick, stone, and concrete block as well. Before installing most concrete fasteners, you must first drill a hole using a carbide-tipped masonry bit. The quickest, easiest ...
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Greenlee 84019 Conical Anchor Kit Plastic, Greenlee Conical anchor kit contains light duty multi size anchors for use in concrete, block, tile and brick. It features plastic construction for durability. It is designed for use with concrete, block, tile and brick/sheet metal, wood and lag screws. Kit comes with collar for hollow materials. It includes 100 anchors, 100 screws and one masonry bit. Kit provides resistance against moisture and chemicals. Kit can be used for both indoor and outdoor applications.