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INSTALLATION: SECURING TO WOOD DECKING

  1. Locate the position for your Adoorn.
  2. Practice opening and closing the Adoorn to ensure proper spacing and functionality.
  3. You will use the non-rusting M10 lag bolts, M10 washers and M10 gasket washers.
  4. Open your Adoorn and mark 4qty anchor holes on wood decking through bottom of Adoorn floor. It is recommended to use chalk or permanent marker, so it is clearly visible when you remove the Adoorn from its position.
  5. Remove the Adoorn, revealing the locations of the 4qty anchor holes.
  6. Drill the 4qty 5/16” pilot holes for the anchor holes, keeping the drill plumb and level, ensuring straight anchor holes.
  7. Clear away any sawdust/debris to ensure a clean area for positioning your Adoorn.
  8. Place the Adoorn feet overtop the drilled pilot holes, ensuring proper alignment.
  9. Place the Adoorn onto the feet, ensuring the mounting holes in the floor of the Adoorn align with the holes in the feet and pilot holes in the decking.
  10. Slide one M10 washer over the M10 lag bolt, and then slide one M10 gasket washer over the lag bolt.
  11. Place the M10 lag bolts through the bottom of the Adoorn floor, through the feet, and screw into the decking.

INSTALLATION: ANCHORING INTO CONCRETE

  1. Locate the position for your Adoorn.
  2. Practice opening and closing the Adoorn to ensure proper spacing and functionality.
  3. Hardware Needed: 4pcs mounting feet and 4pcs M10x100 wedge anchor bolts (Concrete), 4pcs M10 gasket washers.
  4. Open your Adoorn and mark 4qty anchor holes on concrete through bottom of Adoorn floor. It is recommended to use chalk or permanent marker, so it is clearly visible when you remove the Adoorn from its position.
  5. Remove the Adoorn, revealing the locations of the 4qty anchor holes.
  6. You will be drilling 2.5” deep holes in the concrete. To ensure the proper depth, it is advisable to measure off 2.5” from the tip of the masonry drill bit. Mark the 2.5” depth with a piece of blue painter’s tape or masking tape, ensuring that there is 2.5” visible from the tip of the drill bit to the edge of the tape. IMPORTANT: Do NOT drill deeper than 2.5”, otherwise, the Anchor Bolts may go too deep into the hole and cannot be tightened with washers and nuts after the feet are assembled.
  7. Drill the 4qty anchor holes, keeping the drill plumb and level, ensuring straight anchor holes.
  8. Clear away any dust/debris to ensure a clean area for positioning your Adoorn.
  9. Remove the washers and nuts from the M10 wedge anchor bolts and place the M10 wedge anchor bolts into the anchor holes. Gently hammer the anchor bolts into the drilled anchor holes, leaving the threaded part of the anchor bolts exposed.
  10. Tighten the nuts 2 or 3 complete revolutions so that the anchors expand within the holes to ensure a strong grip within the concrete.
  11. Place the 4qty feet over the exposed anchor bolts.
  12. Place the Adoorn in position, ensuring all feet and anchor bolts are properly aligned and “seated” within the Adoorn.
  13. Attach first with M10 gasket washers, then metal washers, and then tighten the nuts inside the Adoorn