Stainless Steel Deck Screws

Stanless Steel Screws

For projects based in wetter climates, coastal applications, or purely pressure-treated lumber; look no further than stainless steel deck screws to help you deliver a design that lasts. A variety of sizes and threads are in-stock and available to fit the task you need.

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Stainless Steel Deck Screws

Both versatile and rugged, Stainless Steel Deck Screws from top decking manufacturers such as Starborn, Fiberon, GRK Fasteners, and Simpson Strong-Tie are a solid choice for nearly any decking or construction project. The highest-quality fastener for creating a gorgeous outdoor living space made from hardwood, such as cedar and redwood, or pressure treated lumber, Stainless Steel Deck Screws hold up to all weather conditions.

Stainless Steel Deck Screws - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Learn more on how you can benefit from our wide array of structural screws, deck screws, and lags.

Are all deck screws stainless steel?

The majority of screw and lag options for deck jobs are required to be made of high-quality material, like stainless steel or a coated steel. Decking screws, whether composite decking or natural lumber, are more than likely to be exposed to all sorts of weather elements, so these screw decking essentials need to be tough!

What are the best deck screws?

Decking screws need to have these important factors: weather resistance, a countersinking screw shaft, and a solid head to fasten into deck boards. Overall, stainless steel screws are the best option as they will last the longest and hold up to corrosion.

What screws are used for composite decking?

Typically, composite decking installations aren't much different from your typical wood decking projects. The same screws can be used for both, however, special care and attention need to be used when handling composite deck boards. Depending on the type of wood, you just may end up splitting through the material, which would be a waste of resources!

Thankfully, some composite boards do come with grooves to guide craftsmens in their jobs. These grooves can help you line up screws to fasten other boards. Additionally, other composite boards also require spacing for a screw to be properly inserted. If this is the case, consider using a combination of a hidden decking fastener with your chosen screw.