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Thread: Deck Mounted Umbrella Stand In Concrete

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    Deck Mounted Umbrella Stand In Concrete

    Anyone have or know I can get or make a umbrella stand that I can bury under my deck or put into concrete.

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    Re: Deck Mounted Umbrella Stand In Concrete

    Stick a piece of pvc pipe in the wet concrete. If you are worried about it pulling out drill a hole through it and put a piece of rebar through the hole, then pour concrete around it. Actually a better idea would be to get one of the ones that are used for beach umbrellas - they are designed to be screwed into the sand. You could paint it any color you wanted.
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    Re: Deck Mounted Umbrella Stand In Concrete

    Do a search, I have seen thsi subject come up a few times, one I recall had links to ones you can buy on line and they were happy with them.
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