"I am amazed by how much I was able to get done in the first 2 days, which allowed me to rock and roll afterward. I couldn’t have done it without your product. That is an absolute truth."
-Tim D., Deck Foot Customer
GROUND ANCHORED FOOTINGS IN MINUTES ARE A REALITY
Test your soil with the Deck Foot Auger only if you are concerned that there are rocks or other obstructions in the area you plan to build on. Driving an auger down to make sure your soil is compatible is an inexpensive way to check.
The Titan Deck Foot Anchor™ is a user-friendly system but is not infallible. Rocks, roots, or a weak impact wrench (we recommend a corded 350 ft-lbs DeWalt) may prevent you from driving the auger fully into the soil. Use only a 6 point socket as a 12 point socket may strip the driver head.
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.
Watch this demonstration of how the patented Terra-Shift system works to relieve stresses that may build up during seasonal changes and threaten the integrity of your deck structure.
Regardless of the harshness of your climate, the post to beam connections supporting your structure will remain strong and sturdy.
Use the 24" for most applications. Use the 36" auger when you want more wind uplift resistance or you are building on a slope. The auger length will make no difference how the Deck Foot will perform in frost as the above animation shows.
The deck will always be resting on the surface and will rise or descend marginally with the soil expansion and contraction. But it will always remain securely anchored to the ground.
Our 12mm high impact six point socket is designed to grip the hexagon drive head without stripping no matter the load.
This tiny investment can save headaches on the job site. If you use a low quality twelve point socket that does not fit as well, you are more likely to strip the drive head while under maximum load.
Anchor my alumawood patio cover
I used the four augers for my alumawood patio cover. The patio kit came with post anchors so I didn’t need the complete auger kit with cap. It took a total of 10 minutes to drill in all 4 of the augers. Saved my back from having to dig and pour concrete. I have pictures to show the whole build. Thank you decks go from me and my back!