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Pylex Adjustable 50 Inch Foundation Screw

Model # 10555|Store SKU # 1000746285

Overview
Specifications
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Overview

Model # 10555 Store SKU # 1000746285

Pylex adjustable foundation post, can be used for decks, tool sheds and balconies. It is frost resistant, and is not affected by frost heaving, as it is sometimes the case for other post systems. It is also an excellent and cost-effective replacement for concrete sonotubes

  1. Can support up to 5,000 pounds
  1. Resist heaving
  1. Resist sinking
  1. Easy to install
  1. Durable baked powder coating finish
  1. Adjustment range of approximately 3 inches

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
6
Assembled Height (in inches)
50
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
9
Assembled Width (in inches)
6
Packaged Depth (in inches)
6
Packaged Height (in inches)
50
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
9
Packaged Width (in inches)
6

Details

Certified
No
Country of Origin
CN-China

Warranty / Certifications

5-year satisfaction warranty, For more information please visit www.pylex.com
Adjustable 50 Inch Foundation ScrewPhoto of productPylex adjustable foundation post, can be used for decks, tool sheds and balconies. It is frost resistant, and is not affected by frost heaving, as it is sometimes the case for other post systems. It is also an excellent and cost-effective replacement for concrete sonotubes
Pylex
1000746285
Adjustable 50 Inch Foundation Screw is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 35.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fairly easy to install ... Fairly easy to install
Date published: 2019-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goodbye Sonotubes! The sliced bread of support posts! 1. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS!!! The thumb screw and bolt is removed before trying to put it in the ground! Literally written on the post. 2. Put down rebar first. Way easier than moving the post. Takes the stress out of everything. 3. If you hit a rock when putting in the post, after you got the rebar in, back off a hair and hit the post a few times with a maul. It will push it down enough to bypass what stopped you. 4. Put double lateral stabilizers in the four corners only. 5. Celebrate all the time and money you saved using these posts. Bonus Tip. If you are using triple beams instead of double talk to the pro desk at Home Depot. They can swap out the top 4x4 holder for a 6x6 holder. That easy!
Date published: 2019-08-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great Idea and Theory- Not for all Applications Bought 9 of these to use for a 8 x 12 shed that is on uneven ground. 2 of the 9 i could get deep enough in the ground . The others i couldn't get in because of rocks or debris etc. I used the optional Rebar but still had issues. Called Pylex for technical support which I will say the gentleman was very nice and gave suggestions but unfortunately I will have to rent a machine and go Concrete and Return the Pylex Screws that i can get out of the ground. Make sure your ground is clean fill or this wont work for you and waste alot of your precious time..
Date published: 2019-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have installed two of these and tested the amount... I have installed two of these and tested the amount of weight that it will support. I was able to load it up with about 2500 pounds and had less than 1/16 drop. Looks like it will perform well for me.BTW, ignore the complaints about the thumb screw not working for them. They were too ignorant to read the instructions or watch the video; you're supposed to throw the thumb screw away since it's "packing material" only.I would recommend this completely.
Date published: 2019-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked better then expected! Used two of these at my back door to support a small deck. I had to install to a depth of 6 feet under ground. I used the 50" model with 24" extensions. I live in Manitoba and have mostly clay soil in my back yard. Luckily I did not come across any big rocks or roots. They both went in, in about 45 minutes. Saved me from having to rent auger and and pour concrete. Worked great!
Date published: 2019-07-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I ordered it, and a week later I picked it up and it was missing the portion that holds the 4x4. ... I ordered it, and a week later I picked it up and it was missing the portion that holds the 4x4. I assume it was the manufacturers fault but HD sold it to me. I was so mad, it screwed up the whole job. I ended up renting a auger. Which worked nicely.
Date published: 2019-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extensions are great for back filled yards Works as advertised. A little bit to find in some store locations, I suggest ordering online and pickup in store.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Flimsy Couldn't even get one started in the ground before the thumbscrew failed and was just spinning the top around. Common sense would say to drill through and use a bolt for install instead of a pressure bolt. If they couldn't design that little detail right, can't say I trust that the rest of it was designed appropriately to support my deck. Will be returning these.
Date published: 2019-06-06
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Hi, would these works to hold a gazebo posts ? is yes, is it easy to adjust the vertical alignment after driving the screw ? OR. I should take care of vertical alignment right at the beginning of the process (risk to loose the v.ali. while turning)

Asked by: hayder
Hello Sir, For your gazebo post I would recommand to use either the Regular Pylex or the Pylex-L. The Adjustable Pylex 50" doesn't have any lift resistance as it is an load bearing device (used for decking). Regular Pylex : https://www.homedepot.ca/product/pylex-foundation-screw/1000110907 Pylex-L : https://www.homedepot.ca/product/pylex-l-anchor-screw-for-fence-black/1001312349 Anything else, please let us know. Thanks
Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
Date published: 2019-08-06

How can we drive them near fence in corners? I don't have enough room around to use 2x4 as shown in video.

Asked by: Bill675
Then these will not work for you....
Answered by: LandonTh
Date published: 2019-06-06

building a 14 x 20 deck attached to the house along (20' side. Joist spans are roughly 78.5". Will have 2 beams 3-2x8. How many of the adjustable 50 foundation screws should I use under each beam and what spacing between each for clay soil?

Asked by: Paul
The saddle on top will not be wide enough for 3 2x8... you will have to customize your beam. I usually like to be a bit safer, so I would use 3 screws per beam leaving about 24inches at each end.
Answered by: Martin
Date published: 2019-03-07

Are these approved under the Ontario Building Code?

Asked by: Pierre
You will probably have to check with your municipality for approval.
Answered by: GJMM
Date published: 2019-03-02

Can these be installed in frozen ground in the winter time? Temperature here is around -10°C right now and I would like to install the piles right now (if possible) so that I can start building my deck right away when the weather gets a little warmer.

Asked by: nauman_gti
Hello Sir, If your soil is frozen, it is impossible to screw them in as you need unfrozen soil to do so. I would recommand to test your soil, otherwise you should wait at spring. Anything else, please let us know. Thanks
Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
Date published: 2019-01-15

Does the Pylex 50" foundation screw meet the Canadian Build Code to support freestanding cabin shed/carport 1’ above ground with front and rear support beams, low slope, the size will be L 13.5’ x W 8’ x H 7.5’ (higher). Can you provide dwg. sign by Eng?

Asked by: Djordjo
Hello Sir, We did send you the engineering document by email on October 15th. We also reply to your email, the engineering document sent doesn't included testing for an carport application. Anything else, please let us know. Thanks
Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
Date published: 2018-10-29

I have a 20'x24' cabin with front, middle and rear support beams. Specs say a post is needed every 4 ft on the supports & 1 every 8 feet elsewhere. I want a total breakdown on what I will need for this project & cost. Local HD store has no info.

Asked by: lessonlearned
Hello, We recommand to use one piles every 4 feet under the bearing walls ( wall that will support the roof weight ) and one every 8 feet elsewhere. If the 20' wall will support the roof weight : you will need 6 piles under each 20' walls and 2 rows of 6 in the middle. IF the 24' walls will support the roof weight you will need 7 piles under the 24' walls and one row of 4 piles in the middle. Let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks
Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
Date published: 2018-09-02

I'm building a 16' x 16' freestanding (not attached to house) deck in sandy soil. Are these suitable? Do I need to add lateral stabilizers?

Asked by: Deckless
Hello Sir, No problem to use the adjustable pylex 50 in for an 16' x 16' freestanding deck. You can built your deck and see at the end of the installation if is it woobling a little you can install the lateral stabilizer afterwards. Anything else, please let us know. Thanks
Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
Date published: 2018-05-23
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