How can i drill my patio furniture in a concrete patio .?

I had my patio furniture stolen last year and i have purchased a new set that i would live to drill into my patio .

Asked By: jeffadelic - 10/3/2011
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Use a roto-hammer and masonry bit. 1/4" with washers should be fine. Use plastic insert anchors, they are easier to remove and patch in future. Roto hammers and bits can be rented, or can be purchased. Advise to get a multi functional drill that you can use for others projects. The DeWalt, Riobi, and Craftsman 1/2... More
Answered By: Dr. Spark - 10/3/2011
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Get a concrete drill bit and make the holes either the size of the legs, or drill holes into the bottoms and then screw them into the patio. I believe it goes without saying that a proper drill would be required for a large concrete drill bit, not your typical Craftsman but one used by professionals... More
Answered By: AmandaCat - 10/3/2011
hammer drill, masonary bit blue screws
Answered By: Dave87gn - 10/3/2011
I guarantee you this will work. The brand is called Hillman TapCon and is sold at Lowes and some hardware stores. You buy the screws and the specific drill bit (make by the same company) matched for that screw. You should also buy an extra bit the same size that is meant for drilling through metal (your patio chair... More
Answered By: Jedi Prairie Dog - 10/3/2011
I know this is not an answer to your question, but do you really want to put anchors into your patio? Perhaps it would be easier to connect your furniture with a thick steel cable. Use a padlock to connect the ends of the steel cable.
Answered By: Mr Orange Kitty - 10/3/2011
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