The typical practice for fastening decking boards to timber subframes involves pre-drilling and pre-countersinking prior to attaching the decking board to the joist with a standard decking screw. This practice is commonly used as hardwood decking boards are dense in nature which can result in splitting the deck board when fixing close to the edge. Alternatively, it can snap a typical decking screw due to the torque required to penetrate hard timbers. With a standard deck requiring up to 1500 decking screws this labour-intensive practice takes up a lot of time.
We know your time is valuable and you want to complete a job with a premium finish.
The Buildex Self-Drilling Decking Screw lives up to its name. This new decking screw incorporates several design features that delivers optimum performance for self-drilling non-split performance, speed, and ease of installation resulting in a beautiful finish & ultimately – giving you your time back.
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