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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you connect landscape timbers together?

Drill a hole into the top corner of each end of the top landscape timber. Use a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the landscape timber spike. The spike will permanently connect the two timbers together so they do not fall off each other.

What are timber to steel and timber to timber connectors?

Timber connectors are building accessories, specially designed to provide enhanced bolt performance in timber to timber and timber to steel connections.

What are shear plate timber connectors made of?

Shear plate timber connectors are round, malleable iron discs that are inserted in precut grooves and are completely embedded in the timber when in position, being flush with the surface of the timber. They are also known as timber washers.

What kind of joinery is used for a wood frame?

Joinery is the way timbers are held together to form a timber frame or post and be structure. Joinery can be traditional – made with mortises and tenons held together with wooden pegs, or steel connections can be used the bolt the timber together. It can be simple or complex.

How big of a hole to drill for timber connectors?

Drill holes in timber 1.5mm larger than diameter of bolt. Assemble components and tighten nut to embed connector. If timber is dense or there are more than three connectors on the same bolt use special high-tensile steel bolt and 6mm large washers (for embedding only).

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