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Decking Screws

Decking screws for your dream deck

High quality stainless steel decking screws are designed to cope with the natural expansion and contraction of timber decking boards. On Ebay you can find the right screws and other woodworking project materials for your deck and future woodwork projects.

Different types of decking screws

Stainless steel 65 mm square drive decking screws are available in a range of pack sizes. The 1000 pc option includes the addition of a Macsim countersinking clever tool with drill and bits and a hex key. The tool speeds up decking work and eliminates mushrooming, which is caused by the formation of small waste mounds near the surface of the screw.

Hidden decking screws are secured to the side of the deck for a seamless look. The 316 grade stainless steel screws are fitted with CAMO hidden fasteners. No pre-drilling is required. The decking screws are available in 48 mm and 60 mm sizes, in boxes of 350 and 700 pcs.

Stainless coated decking screws solve the problem of snapped and damaged screw heads. The decking screws boast Dacromet technology that makes the base metal 2.5 x stronger than standard stainless steel. The screws also have a unique head design that combines the features of square and Phillips socket drives. The Quadrex recess screws have superior torque and gripping strength.

Trade quality 304 grade stainless steel decking screws with type 17 thread, and square drives are typically supplied in packs of 1000. The corrosion resistant screws are ideal for decking installations and general woodworking projects.

Balustrade decking requires lag decking screws. The 316 grade 75 mm stainless steel screws have eye bolt tops. The screws are supplied in packs of 100 pcs.

Decking screws for salt water areas

Marine grade, flat head 50 mm decking screws are specifically designed for decks in coastal and saltwater pool areas. The type 17 threaded stainless steel crews are typically supplied in 3000 pcs and include SQ2 driver bits.

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