The low-height adjustable pedestal system allows for all height applications while eliminating the need for custom heights. In addition to eliminating the need for custom heights, this system also eliminates materials and shipping costs. This system also offers good height tuning and slope compensation ranging from 0% to 4%. In addition to offering easy height adjustments, this system comes with a T-Handle tool for leveling and raising while loaded with pavers.
Easy To Install
A low height adjustable pedestal allows you to build a deck without tearing up your existing deck joists. The pedestal’s adjustable head features a threaded adjustment ring that can be adjusted to the desired height without removing the joists. The pedestal head and base are press-fit together with no glue or nails required.
The pedestal system is adjustable up to three percent, allowing you to create the perfect height for your deck. You can also fine-tune the height by adding a Uni-Insert or locking a Uni-Cap. The height adjustment mechanism allows you to level and raise the pedestal while it’s loaded with pavers.
A cost-effective way to increase the height of a deck is to install a low-height adjustable pedestal system. These devices are ideal for decks, terrace roofs, plazas, and technical floors. They are made of high-quality, fire-resistant P.V.C. and are made to accommodate elevations from one-half inch to twenty-four inches.
A low-height adjustable pedestal is handy when installing pavers over a concrete surface. Its self-leveling head automatically compensates for 5% or fewer slopes and offers excellent slip resistance. It also allows for easy height adjustments from above. In the N.M. and S.E. ranges, these pedestals are also available with solid rubber support pads. These pads provide superior sound and shock absorption and are much more durable than plastic support pads.
When choosing a low-height adjustable pedestal for your deck, you should consider some essential factors. These factors can affect the overall height of the deck. For example, you need to consider the slope of the deck. If there are a lot of slopes, choose a floating-type pedestal head. This type of pedestal head compensates for up to 5 percent of the slope.
A low-height adjustable pedestal is usually about one and a half inches tall and may have a 0.5-inch variation in height. To adjust the height further, you can turn the central screwed column to adjust the height to three inches or more. If the height is more than 24 inches, you’ll need to add a brace to prevent the pedestal from tipping.
Low-height adjustable pedestals are available in different styles and materials. Some of these pedestals have reversible supporting bases that can serve as the head of the pedestal. The pedestal head can be unbolted in this reversed configuration and used as an additional sleeve. This allows the user to adjust the height of the pedestal in any direction.
These pedestals can support tiles and pavers. The height is adjustable using the T-handle hex key that is included. In addition, the pedestal can be leveled by rotating the base.