Titan Deck Foot Anchor
$75.89 – $80.49
Now you can quickly and easily install ground anchored footings for free standing decks, sheds, ramps and more* – in minutes!
The Titan Deck Foot Anchor gives you the strength and security similar to a poured concrete footing without the labor, time and cost.
You are going to love it!
Turn a week long job into a weekend project.
Save money on labor, materials and time.
Install in the morning and build in the afternoon.
• Post Saddle Of Your Desired Size
• Deck Plate
• Auger Of Your Desired Size
Using a lightweight handheld ½” electric impact wrench and a 12mm six point socket, drive the auger deep into the soil
Tighten the nut and compress the load plate against stop washer below the load plate.
Place the post saddle in the desired location. Tighten the upper nut to attach the saddle to the auger and load plate. A 24mm socket bit or wrench can be used to tighten this nut.
EASILY DRIVE IN OR OUT
It’s dependable Direct Drive system ensures you can drive the anchor forward or reverse for quick installation. Installs with a handheld ½” impact wrench.
- Turn a week-long job into a weekend project.
- Save money on labor, materials and time.
- No sledge or jackhammers or heavy machinery.
- Install in the morning and build in the afternoon.
*For floating or free-standing structures where freezing soil conditions exist.
Deck Foot Anchor Instructions
Grab a copy of our installation guide and use it to help plan your project.
HOW MANY FOOTINGS DO I NEED?
The Rule of Thumb is 6′-0″ apart for each footing. This corresponds to a design load of 50 psf and tributary areas over each footing of 36 sqft.
So the total load imposed on the soil below each footing would be a maximum of 1800 psf as the footing is just slightly larger than 1 sqft.
If you have a large deck where three or more beams are going to be used, consider adding one additional footing along the interior beam. This is because the tributary loads of any structure are always greatest in the middle.
WARNING: Your experience with the Deck Foot Anchor is entirely dependent on your soil type. Rocks or roots or a weak impact wrench can prevent the auger from driving fully into the soil and an improperly sized socket can strip the driver head. Continuous torque for an extended period of time on the auger, once it has been stopped by a rock or immobile obstruction, can destroy the auger. The footing does not provide any significant lateral load resistance and should be used for compression load applications only.