The signature blue concrete screws are made of carbon steel and wrapped in a corrosion-resistant coating that holds up against chipping, weather, and other abrasions.
These brick screws can be installed quickly, with a simple 2-step process. Create a pre-drilled hole using the correct Concrete Drill Bit and screw slowly through your lumber or fixture into the hole in the concrete base. It is important that the masonry screws are anchored at least an inch into the concrete surface to ensure a strong, long-lasting hold. These screws are available in lengths from 1 1/4” to 6” inches long.
The hex head concrete screws provide a reliably strong hold with the increased surface area that the head covers. Additionally, they resist stripping and are more immune to issues that arise with dust and debris.
The star flat head concrete screws, commonly known as Torx flat-head screws, save time on big jobs due to the number of entry points in the star screw pattern making it easier to align the driver. Flat head screws can also handle a lot of torque and are more resistant to camming.
The Phillips flat-head self-centers, making it easy to install with both powered and manual screwdrivers. The countersunk nature of this screw creates a clean look once installed.
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