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If you do not know what to do when it comes to making something secure in cement then the best thing to do is to mount it on top of the cement. I have found this to be a lot easier than drilling a hole and having to fill it up with cement. These Tapcon’s are the perfect thing, unless you want something to be more permanent. You can find these at any hardware or home improvement store in different lengths and thicknesses. The most important thing that you will need is a hammer drill and the Tapcon drill bit to make sure that the Tapcon will fit into the hole properly. These also come in different lengths, but you should make sure that the Tapcon protrudes into the cement at least 1-½” to work securely. If you do not secure your project properly, you could get an injury from one of these Tapcons not being long enough or seated enough to hold your project down. The other thing is that you have enough of these to hold your project down, more than one is usually needed to hold something securely in place. These also range from $3.00 for just a couple dozen, to $25.00 for a couple hundred.
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Tapcon Concrete Anchor
If you do not know what to do when it comes to making something secure in cement then the best thing to do is to mount it on top of the cement. I have found this to be a lot easier than drilling a hole and having to fill it up with cement. These Tapcon’s are the perfect thing, unless you want something to be more permanent. You can find these at any hardware or home improvement store in different lengths and thicknesses. The most important thing that you will need is a hammer drill and the …
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