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#8 Bronze Star "BTX" Flat Head Screws #8 Bronze Star "BTX" Flat Head Screws

ACQ Compatible - Treated Fence Wood
Triple Ceramic Coated - Corrosion Resistant

High Performance Exterior Wood Screw #9 Bronze Star "BTX" Flat Head Screw

ACQ Compatible - Treated Fence Wood
Triple Ceramic Coated - Corrosion Resistant

High Performance Exterior Wood Screw #10 Heavy Duty Bronze Star Flat Head Screw "BTX" - 2" Thru 6"

ACQ Compatible - Treated Wood
Triple Ceramic Coated - Corrosion Resistant

#14 Timber Hex Black Log Wood Screws #14 Timber Hex Black Log Wood Screws

Excellent Screw for Landscaping Timbers,
Log Construction, etc.
Triple Dipped
Timber Screws for Superior Corrosion Resistance

#10 x 2-3/4" High Performance Composite Decking Wood Screws #10 x 2-3/4" High Performance Composite Decking Wood Screws

#10 x 2-3/4" High Performance Composite Decking Wood Screws

ACQ Compatible Decking Screws - Corrosion Resistant
Triple Ceramic Coated - 7 Colors

   
 
Wood screws have a wide rang of different types of screws such as wide heads, drives, gauges, lengths. Most all wood screws feature an tough heading that is great for holding attachments. At Jake Sales, we offer a huge selection of wood screws for sale that allows you to find exactly what you need, no matter the nature of your upcoming project. When you need wood screws, trust the quality products and wide selection you’ll find at Jake Sales.

Using Screws for a Wooden Fence

Screws are the are a more effective choice for wood fencing as they last longer nails. Even better, it is much simpler and efficient to remove screws holding a fence together to make repairs or to replace a few boards than to try to pull out nails and make adjustments. One damaged plank is much more easily unscrewed and replaced than pulling out several nails that have been pushed deeply into the wood. Screws are also a better idea for the boards that have doors or gates. These areas of the fence are frequently used, resulting in more wear-and-tear, damage and replacements. Screws allow these adjustments with a few quick changes.

Picking the right Screw for a Wood Fence

The size of screws you'll want to build your wood fence with will depend on the type of wood and style of fence. As for the type of screws for wood fences, Galvanized screws. When working with redwood, cedar or other types of untreated wood, we highly recommend galvanized screws. They have a zinc coating that keeps the wood from rusting, discoloring or staining.