I secured the gazebo to the concrete slab with concrete anchors bolts. Drill the proper size hole (diameter and depth) with a hammer drill and pound the anchor bolt into the hole. Secure with a washer, lock washer and nut. It is pretty easy if you have a good hammer drill.
Heavy weights: Using heavy gazebo leg weights is the most popular method for anchoring gazebos down on hard surfaces. Any heavyweight should be strapped directly to the gazebo, try and avoid using straps to a weigh down a short distance away from the gazebo in case the weight moves and the strap can loosen.
The recommended minimum seems to be around 24 pounds per leg. For a standard 10 x 10 gazebo, 40 pounds per leg is a good weight to aim for to be extra safe.
If you are going to pour a concrete pad for your patio, make sure you specify 6” depth of pour. With that in place, anchoring is a simple matter of hammer drilling the holes for the fasteners, hammering the fasteners into place, and bolting down the mounting brackets for the pergola posts.
Choose a location for your gazebo. Drill 1/2-inch holes in each gazebo leg for the thread rods. Dig a 14-inch hole for each gazebo leg.Pour about 12 inches of concrete into each hole. Secure your gazebo in the concrete holes and allow the concrete to dry.Landscape your yard so you cannot see the concrete.
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