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Deck Screws, Drywall Screws & Wood Screws

Deck/Drywall Screws & Wood Screws
Deck/Drywall Screws & Wood Screws
Value Fastener is your #1 source for deck screws, drywall screws, and wood screws in all sizes, styles, and materials. Our huge, in-stock inventory includes a broad selection of standard products, as well as specialty options like stainless steel screws, black oxide wood screws, and self-tapping drywall screws.
 
Follow the links below to find the screws you need, or use the filters at left to narrow your search by size, length, material, finish, or other factors. If we don’t have the deck screw, drywall screw, or wood screw you need, it probably doesn’t exist.
 
See individual product listings for additional information and specifications.
 
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Deck Screws

Deck screws are screws with coarse threads, sharp points, and corrosion resistant coatings that allow them to withstand outdoor use. Bugle heads allow them to depress into the wood surface without damaging it. As their name suggests, deck screws are used for securing pressure treated lumber when building decks, fences, or similar outdoor structures.

Drywall Screws

Also known as framing screws, drywall screws create threads without damaging the material as they are drilled into drywall. These screws feature a bugle head for more secure attachment. Among other tasks, drywall screws may be used to secure sheetrock to wood or metal studs.

Wood Screws

Wood screws are used to join pieces of wood. Wood screws can also be used to attach hardware to wood, as long as there is a pilot hole drilled to accommodate the unthreaded portion of the screw. Wood screws have a tapered body along with coarse threads. The upper portion of their shank is unthreaded; the unthreaded portion improves the screw’s ability to pull mating pieces of wood together. Wood screws are specially tempered so that they will bend before breaking—this is important because wood shrinks and expands over time, due to seasonal variations in relative humidity.
 
sheet metal screw can sometimes be used in place of a wood screw to attach an object to a piece of wood. However, a wood screw is generally not a suitable replacement for a sheet metal screw because the threads on wood screws are not designed to cut into metal.

Contact Us for Drywall Screws, Wood Screws, Deck Screws & More

For corrosion-resistant stainless steel screws, easy-to-use self-tapping drywall screws, specially treated black oxide wood screws, and a wide range of other fastener options, look no further than Value Fastener. Order today, request a quote, or contact us to learn more.