Tip for Leveling Wood Patio Furniture
By: Joe Truini
Here’s a tip from Larry, a viewer in California, to address two common problems with wood patio furniture: the tendency to rot from sitting on wet concrete, and to wobble from sitting on an uneven slab.
- Bore a 3/8-inch diameter hole into the bottom of each leg.
- Use a hammer to tap a T-nut into each hole.
- Thread a hex-head machine bolt into each T-nut.
- Adjust the bolts to level the furniture.
When I set the bench on the patio, the bolts lift the bench off the ground to prevent rot, and they are adjustable to ensure the bench is level.
Watch the video for details.
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