We use Tapcons. Pre-drill with a hammer drill, and masonry bit, and be sure to use washers on the Tapcons to make them easier to remove.
whats a tapconWe use Tapcons. Pre-drill with a hammer drill, and masonry bit, and be sure to use washers on the Tapcons to make them easier to remove.
Valerie,If you use Leonard Pickel's triangle design you should be fine. Every Horrorfind Con haunted house we did was made with his design theory and put up in a hotel meeting room. Meaning NO attachments to structure, period. The haunts were sound and maintained their placement even with multitudes of rowdy convention drunks.
When we built the Fearfest haunt Trevor used a squared design and had problems keeping walls on long hallways maintain stability.
I know your haunt is not as big as that one was, but having worked with both designs I'll swear by Leonard's. And the lack of 90 degree angles confuses patrons and makes scare zones easy to hide.