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4x4 Post Anchor - Single Black
Amaze Yourself. Build Like A Pro!
Quickly and easily install wood posts on any surface, wherever you wish - without ugly bulky metal brackets.
Thanks for making the Titan Post AnchorTM the most popular surface mount wood post anchor in North America!
DIYers of any skill or age are acheiving amazing results. You can too!
"We're not carpenters by any means, but my wife and I did this project entirely by ourselves. I'm 76 and she's 71 and it feels good to complete a project while adding value to our retirement home at the same time. I'm glad I found your product"
John Richard Campbell, FLA
"System is impressive - we were telling the folks at the Pro-desk at our Home Depot about them. I love them because I don't have to look at hideous lag bolts on the face of my deck. We made some decorative trim to cover the anchors so nothing it visible! We'll certainly be ordering more next year when the other deck is replaced."
"The Titan has it all. It's got the strength that is what you're looking for but the look is outstanding and combined with the other features I put on this railing system it was the right choice. And I'm happy about that."
Bob Evans, Rideau Lake
The Titan Post AnchorTM is the most versatile user friendly and engineered post anchor available. Attach posts wherever you wish on whatever surface you want!
Use with 4x4 wood posts on wood or composite decks, stairs, patios, concrete or any other hard surfaces. Guard rails, support posts, gazebos or pergolas.
Let your imagination run wild!
Check out this video
Use a 1.25" dia. hole saw (1-7/8" cut depth) to prepare post with a circular pilot cut to guide cutting edge of tube which is then driven into post as shown in installation video.
Base 5"x5"x5/8" (127mmx127mmx16mm)
Tube 1.25"x3.5" (32mmx89mm)
Base and tube size are optimally designed for nominal 4x4 (3.5"x3.5", 89mmx89mm) and true rough sawn 4x4 (100mmx100mm) post sizes.
Select a post without knots in lower 6" of post.
If used with dry wood (m.c. 12% or less) check cutting edge of tube is sharp as zinc can accumulate on edge. Use a circular metal file to reveal original factory edge to get good cutting action in drier wood.
Not intended for use with hardwoods or Doug Fir unless hardwood installation techniques are used as indicated in directions (download below). Hot dip galvanized and powder coated for superior performance.
Tested and approved according to IRC (AC273) and CBC building code procedures for use in residential guards for one and two family dwellings. Must use specified fastener package (3/8x5 and #14x3 screws). 6' max post spacing when used as guard rails.
View or download the installation instructions here.
Please contact us for USA or Canada engineering reports and conditions of use guidelines.
Check out the installation instructions or watch the video.
Installing on Concrete:
4x4 Post Anchor - Single Black reviews
Global Rating: 4.84 from 32 reviews
|Post anchor||Jul 15, 2014||Anonymous|
|Nice, sturdy system. Important to make sure pilot whole is straight into bottom of 4x4 or base will require significant shimming during installation. A bit... more...|
|Nice product and looks good!||Nov 8, 2013||James McConnell||Jacksonville NC US|
|This is a nice product that works very well. You do need to ensure the bracing below is correctly placed for maximum strength. I also noted that it is best... more...|
|Works great for interior railing||Oct 25, 2013||Randall Rupp||Swanton VT US|
|We just build a new house in which I wanted to install a railing around a large opening in the second floor that overlooks the first floor. Also needed... more...|
|Great product||Mar 23, 2013||Steven R. Saldutti||Hendersonville NC US|
|At first I thought this product was too expensive. However, it was well worth the money. I suspect if this was a simpson strong tie product, it would have... more...|
|Best Anchor I've Used||Mar 6, 2013||Alex McClure||Wylie TX US|
|We just completed our deck this past weekend and I have to say I'm extremely happy with both the performance and ease of use of the Post Anchor's. I have to... more...|
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