Decking Screws and Deck Fasteners Installers Kits

We’ve just released the first of our decking screws installers kit comprising everything you need to for screw fastening your deck in one cost effective convenient pack, all inclusions are high quality branded professional deck fixing products and offer a substantial cost saving over buying separately

decking screws installers kit

Our 10G kit includes :

  • 1 x Smartbit auto countersink with replacement bits.
  • 1 x Irwin adjustable countersink for angle drilling, board ends and obstructive areas where a Smartbit won’t fit.
  • 1 x 3.5mm HSS ground drill bit for freehand pilot hole drilling.
  • 1 x 5mm HSS ground drill bit for freehand clearance hole drilling in deckboards preventing jacking/splitting etc.
  • 2 x No2 25mm square drive torsion impact drive bits.
  • 2 x No2 50mm square drive torsion impact drive bits.
  • 1 x No2 100mm square drive impact drive bits for restricted access areas.
  • 1 x No2 150mm square drive impact drive bits for restricted access areas.
  • 2 x 5mm 32mm long hex impact drive bits for batten screws.
  • 1 x Bordo Quick Release driver.

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2 comments to Decking Screws and Deck Fasteners Installers Kits

  • The UN doesn’t need to be here, the Liberal Left needs them here in hopes that they can steal a few votes in some way… I don’t know if it is going to happen in ALL states but I know what will happen if it goes down in Texas… The Gov and AG will dispatch Rangers, localities will deputize patriots and it’s GAME ON!

  • I think Acers would shrivel up in your hot sun Christina, this is one of the benefits of living in a cool country!! I think the colours this year must equal anything in the States, I have never known such wonderful colours everywhere, in the fields and at the sides of motorways. The problem with organising a trip would be the timing and the weather, both unpredictable here! I’m wondering why the colours seem so much brighter and later this year, could all our rain in the summer have anything to do with it?

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