Construction Screws come in all shapes and sizes. Not all applications are alike, which means it’s important to choose the right fastener to meet your specific needs. If you’re unsure which type of construction screw is right for your application, please contact our product specialists at 888-794-1590. We’re here to answer any product questions you have and will work together to find the right fastener for your next job.
Here is a brief overview of the types of construction screws we have available. Be sure to check out the individual subcategories for even more information on each product type.
Masonry Screwsare a strong, reliable, and convenientConcrete Anchorused for the fastening of wood or other fixtures into concrete, bricks, and blocks.
Metal Roofing Screws(also known as Pole Barn Screws) are a necessary component to any pole barn or metal building construction project. They create strong, secure connections in both Metal-to-Metal and Metal-to-Wood applications.
Structural Wood Screwsare a strong and efficient type of construction screw and convenient alternative to traditional lag screws. You can install them without needing to drill a pilot hole, saving you precious time on the job site.
Deck Screwsare made of coated steel or copper, making them corrosion-resistant and ideal for decking applications and feature a have deep and sharp threading for high-strength connections.
Drywall Screwsare designed to attach drywall or sheetrock onto wood and metal framing. A drywall screw has deeper threading than other screws to help prevent them from losing grip from the drywall.
Self-Drilling Screwsare typically used in steel applications and eliminate the need for pre-drilling with a pointed end that acts as its own drill bit.
Cement Board Screwsare designed to attach cement backer board to wood or light-gauge steel studs. They provide a flush finish and are corrosion-resistant making them suitable for both interior and exterior applications.
Specialty Stainless ScrewsincludeMarine ScrewsandTruss Head Stainless Steel Screwsboth with specific purposes. UseMarine Screwsto secure fiberglass, plywood, and wood-substitute materials such as trim, rub rails, and molding on fiberglass boat hulls.Truss Head Stainless Steel Screwsare a multi-purpose screw, suitable for fastening a wide array of materials to wood or wood-substitute material.
Underlayment & Subfloor Screwsprovide strong and long-lasting holds for securing both underlayment and subfloor in subfloor installations. Using screws over nails helps ensure a strong and tight connection, while also preventing squeaks in flooring.
Quik Drive Screwsbring speed and efficiency to the job site. Collated-screws are gaining popularity over nails for their speed, reliability, and power. They are easy to use with the appropriatecollated screw gunand are available in several different construction screw options such aswood screws,deck screws, anddrywall screws.
Threaded Rod Hangers For Wood And Steelare used for suspending 1/4" or 3/8” threaded rod, providing reliable attachment points to hang pipe, fire protection, electrical conduit, and cable-tray applications.
Sheet Metal Screwsare designed for metal-to-metal fastening jobs and feature a sharp piercing point to easily penetrate through metal, eliminating the need for any pre-drilling.
Pocket Hole Screwsare specifically designed to fit in pocket hole applications and prevent wood splitting at the joint.
Don’t see the type of construction screws you’re looking for?We’re here to help and can do special orders, too! Call one of our knowledgeable product specialists at888-794-1590for any product or special order questions today!
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