beam/post not set in crete
After tearing down the old deck I went out front to begin hauling the joists into the back yard. I had three 4x4 posts, set on pads, that supported a 4x10 beam. When I returned to the deck the wind had blown down the post/beam construct. Whoever put the deck in had set the post holders on the pad with one 8P nail per holder. How can I set this unit in pads that are 20 years old. I am out of my depth here. Please advise. The deck material arrives Tuesday.
Even, if you are not in a "cold-zone climate", you still should have proper footing sizes to support the full structural load of your deck (especially dead and LIVE loads).
Now, aside from that, addressing your original question:
Here are examples of approved brackets that can be used:
To get more information about these type brackets, you can search the same site.
Basically: To install using approved galv. bolts: Use a hammer drill and epoxy. After epoxy dries, lock down with approved galv. bolts and washers. Look for more local building code information (requirements) regarding diameters of bolts, depth placement, etc..
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