Forum Title: How to anchor posts to concrete floor?
I'm installing some closet doors along a bedroom wall. I faced with a dilemma if anchoring posts to the floor (which is concrete slab). These posts need to be solid because my doors will be attached to them.
Category: Windows & Doors Post By: O. Kheir (Phoenix, AZ), 01/21/2019

No, they are probably worn out and need to be replaced.

- GLEN ALVARADO (Champaign, IL), 03/04/2019

Is a sill plate some sort of metal piece? Have a Home Depot link? Maybe I need some sort of corner brace like this? I have yet to pull up the carpet. Not sure how the existing post (or wood or whatever you want to call it) is anchored. I need to tighten up the space between left and right in order to hang the doors in snug. Space is 52 5/8. 24' doors is the only thing they make now before jumping up to 28' or 30.

- MINNIE PADILLA (Avondale, AZ), 03/04/2019

Basically you would build the structure with a 2x4 (or 2x6 depending on the existing wall structure) horizontal on the ground and nailed into the concrete. You would then use 2x4 structures to build the frame. It would look essentially like this [ATTACH=CONFIG]77249[/ATTACH]

- BETTY THOMAS (San Antonio, TX), 02/06/2019

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