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Attaching plywood to concrete block through foam

Posted by macgyvers2000 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 9, 08 at 16:18

I have 1.5" foam board glued against concrete block, but a framework has not yet been erected in front of it. I want to attach a 2'x3' piece of plywood to the wall (it will act as a homerun point-of-contact for all cable aplifiers, phone, and ethernet hub wiring), but I'd like a second opinion on an effective mounting tactic. I was thinking four toggle bolts, one through each corner of the board, foam, and into the block. Everyone's thoughts?

Thanks,
Dan


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RE: Attaching plywood to concrete block through foam

How about glueing it?


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or this...

..or, if you're worried about it falling, then get a larger piece and let it reach the (standing on a piece of foam).


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RE: Attaching plywood to concrete block through foam

Use concrete screws, such as Tapcons.


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RE: Attaching plywood to concrete block through foam

After thinking about it, I'll probably go with some form of standard anchor bolt. I'll make sure not to hit a seam, but other than that it should be pretty straightforward.


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