HOW TO HANG A HUGE CLOCK ON A BRICK WALLS?
Woodbridge Environmental Tiptophouse.com on Mar 09, 2014You can using a masonry drill bit and drill into the mortar. Plastic anchor kits sold contain the screw, plastic anchor and the drill bit required for doing this. Ideally a hammer drill works best, but for a small hole as you need and drilling into the soft mortar that would fairly easy to do. They also do make special picture hooks that are designed to nail into brick and cement surfaces, however not knowing just how heavy and large the clock is the anchor route looks like the way to go.Helpful Reply
Amy Dauscher on Mar 25, 2014From the container store OOK® Concrete & Brick Picture HangersHelpful Reply
Betty on Mar 25, 2014Thank You and will look for this hangers and do as you mention. Thanks,BettyHelpful Reply
Adrianne C on Mar 27, 2014I use some really old nails that look like wedges of steel that my dad had years ago, and they still sell today. They hammer in quite nicely. http://www.ironwirenails.com/commonnails/masonrynails.htmlHelpful Reply
Kathi Mureen on Aug 02, 2015If your clock is very heavy, you're better off drilling a hole and using a heavy duty hanger and a Molly bolt to be sure that it is strong enough to hold the clock's weight. I used this method to install a handrail for my mother on a short set of steps, and it is holding tightly almost 10 years later.Helpful Reply
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