• Headcote® & Cap-Tor® xd Deck Screws

    Headcote® & Cap-Tor® xd Deck Screws

    Stainless Steel Color Coated Screws for Hardwood, PVC and Composite Decking
    by Starborn Industries

    Headcote Screws are stainless steel with a color match head. Engineered for hardwood, Redwood, Cedar and Pressure Treated decks. Available in 305 stainless steel and saltwater-safe 316 stainless steel.

    Cap-Tor xd is a color match screw that has been designed for PVC and Composite deck boards.

    Check out the Deck Matcher Tool to find which screw color you need to match your deck.
  • Quik Drive® Collated Screws

    Quik Drive® Collated Screws

    Stainless Steel collated screws for Simpson's Quik Drive System. Collated screws allow for a faster and easier installation. All collated screws are offered in stainless steel for superior corrosion resistance.
  • NailPro® Ballistic Pins & Washers

    NailPro® Ballistic Pins & Washers

    NailPro stainless steel ballistic pins, washers and attachments by Jaaco.
  • NailPro® Collated Nails & Staples

    NailPro® Collated Nails & Staples

    Stainless Steel selection of Nail Pro collated nails and staples.

    Refer to the Nail Gun Reference Tool for information about matching collated nails to the correct nailer.

    Refer to the Staple Gun Reference Tool to match staples to their corresponding staplers.
  • Sheet Metal Screws

    Sheet Metal Screws

    Stainless Steel Pan Head Type "A" Square Drive

    Sheet Metal Screws (or SMS Screws) are used to attach wood, very thin sheet metal, or plastic to wood, where a flat under head bearing surface is required. Also excellent for fiberglass panels! Available in screw sizes #6 - #14 in 18-8 stainless steel.

  • Fiber Cement Siding Screws

    Fiber Cement Siding Screws

    Salt water safe type 316 stainless steel fiber cement siding screws, for seaside applications.

    All fiber cement screws offered have a wafer head with self-countersinking nibs.

    Use our 316 stainless steel fiber cement siding screw to attach fiber cement siding to wood or stress skin panels.

    The fiber cement screw made from 410 stainless steel should be used to attach fiber cement siding through furring strips to steel studs.

  • Self Drilling Screws

    Self Drilling Screws

    Type 410 stainless steel self-drilling screws

    Self-drilling screws have their own drill point that bores a hole and proceeds to cut its owns mating threads — no need to drill a pilot hole. Use these screws to attach thin pieces of metal to a metal or wood frame.

    Use stainless steel self-drilling screws for applications where you need extra corrosion resistance. Made from type 410 stainless steel, these screws are heat-treated and hardened to drill more effectively. They are sturdier than screws made of other grades of stainless.

    However, even type 410 stainless has its limitations. When you need extra protection, look to Marutex. Marutex self-drilling screws are specially formulated with 2% molybdenum (the same element that gives type 316 stainless steel its salt water corrosion resistance). When corrosion is a concern, Marutex screws offer superior protection over regular 410 stainless steel.

  • Truss Head Screws

    Truss Head Screws

    Truss head screws with type 17 point.
  • Marine Screws

    Marine Screws

    Screws made from 316 grade stainless steel are made to resist corrosion that comes when building close to the ocean. Salt water is especially corrosive and will destroy most materials. When working on houses, decks, docks, boats and other seaside projects, it is best to use type 316 stainless steel fasteners.

    Sharx brand screws are best used in composite materials, fiberglass & engineered wood products: such as plywood, OSB, laminated wood veneers and wood substitutes.
  • Stainless Steel Staples

    Stainless Steel Staples

    Stainless steel staples are ideal for a variety of indoor/outdoor applications where wet or damp conditions are a concern. They are perfect for using in cedar, redwood and ACQ lumber (learn more about ACQ lumber). Stainless steel staples are rust resistant and avoid streaking or staining. Choose type 316 stainless steel staples for boat, marine, and waterfront applications.

    Stainless steel staples are commonly used for installing or repairing carpeting and upholstery (including marine upholstery), securing plastic sheeting and vinyl to wood, attaching vapor barriers in a crawlspace, outdoor screening repair, flooring installation, golf cart seat repairs, and more! We carry stainless steel staples in both type 304 and marine grade type 316 stainless steel to fit most popular staplers.

    Find out Which Staples Fit Your Gun: Stapler Reference Tool

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