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    Replacing decking nails with screws on large deck

     · These appear to be bullet head nails. I would concur with the other postings that yes it will take some time & effort but very do able. SS decking screws installed & countersunk will hold the boards down securely. They never pop up again and as you walk on the deck it …

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    Nails or Screws for Deck: Which Is Better and When?

    30 · The answer to this question is neither nails or screws. The answer is both. You should use nails to attach the deck’s joists and stair stringers to its framing. You should use screws to attach decking …

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    Replacing decking nails with screws on large deck

     · These appear to be bullet head nails. I would concur with the other postings that yes it will take some time & effort but very do able. SS decking screws installed & countersunk will hold the boards down securely. They never pop up again and as you walk on the deck it …

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    DECK decking nails vs screws ... | DIY Home …

     · 436 Posts. #4 • . Screws are far better for deck boards. Deck Mate are pretty good. Although not the best they are decent. Nails have their place in framing the deck especially when sheer strength is needed. If you are concerned about using screws and it being more work. If you use a screw gun the work is much easier.

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    Difference between floor screws and deck screws ...

     · Received 15 Votes on 13 Posts. Deck screws will not rust over time and therefore may be a more favorable long term solution. I usually try to remove those nails that are causing the squeaks and cracks in the subfloor. Most likely, they missed the joist below and …

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    Deck Nails vs Deck Screws | dadand.com

    A 5lb box of Deckmate star drive deck #9 x 1/2″ deck screws holds about 350 screws (MY ESTIMATE) and costs about $30/box. A 5lb box of Grip-Rite 1/2 in. 8D Hot-Galvanized Spiral-Shank Deck Nails has 530 nails costs about $17/box. A 15’x24′ deck is 360 square feet. That would be about 600 screws.

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    Substituting Screws for Nails

     · The closest I’ve come was a USP Structural Connector website that said the correct screw to replace an 8d common nail was a #8 1.5″ wood screw. ... No way frenchy, not buying it. I've seen hundreds of deck screws break going into wet pine. ... Keep in mind that one of the basic differences between nails & screws is that nails have shear ...

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    LOOSE DECK NAILS

    14 · If you’re deck is topped with 5/4 deck boards (which are 1″ thick), then the nails will probably be 1/2″. Replace them with 3″ screws. If your deck is topped with 2x framing lumber (which is 1/2″ thick), you’ll probably need 1/2″ screws. As mentioned, all replacement screws …

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    Screws Vs Nails: Which One Is The Most Preferred …

    12 · Screws Vs Nails: An Overview. Hi guys! Do you know, between the screw vs nail, which one is come first on the earth? According to history, nails (more exactly bronze nails) were first seen in ancient Egypt in 3400 BC and Screws, on the other hand, date back to the 3rd century BC in Greece.

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    Screws vs nails in wood.

     · Screws, when compared at the same outside diameter as nails, have GREATLY less section thickness to resist shear. So when people replace #11 hanger nails with #8 screws, for instance, they're not getting a detail with the same strength. Screws are far easier to …

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    Deck Nails vs Deck Screws | dadand.com

    Deck Nails vs Deck Screws Pete 4 min Read If you’re building your own deck you’ll find there are a ton of ways to fasten down the decking. You can go high-end and use hidden fasteners, you can go middle-of-the-road and go with screws, and you can go low-end and use nails.

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    Rebuilding an exterior deck is it better to use screws …

    7 · I have a deck that is old and falling apart so it is time to replace it. To replace the deck boards I plan to remove existing, measure boards, cut new board and put the same size and board back into place. The deck hasn't been replaced in twenty years and it currently has nails. Many tutorials and research show using screws.

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    Rebuilding an exterior deck is it better to use screws …

    7 · I have a deck that is old and falling apart so it is time to replace it. To replace the deck boards I plan to remove existing, measure boards, cut new board and put the same size and board back into place. The deck hasn't been replaced in twenty years and it currently has nails. Many tutorials and research show using screws.

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    Replacing decking nails with screws on large deck

     · These appear to be bullet head nails. I would concur with the other postings that yes it will take some time & effort but very do able. SS decking screws installed & countersunk will hold the boards down securely. They never pop up again and as you walk on the deck it …

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    Replace Loose Deck Nails with Screws » The Money Pit

    22 · The deck screws that are available today are, first of all, galvanized or otherwise plated so they’re not going to rust. And secondly, because they’re a screw, they just hold a lot better, they’re a lot stronger than the nails.

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    Deck

     · Had to replace the whole deck instead of a few boards like he had planed Your neighbor is not very smart. Drywall screws for exterior decking is silly. Use galvanized deck screws.

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    Repair or replace: How to know when it's time for a …

    13 · Nails and screws are inexpensive, easy to handle, and suitable for nearly any material. But nails can pop loose over time, while screws are more permanent. Ceramic-coated screws come …

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    deck

    5 · A general rule of thumb is use screws when you need pull strength and nails when you need shear strength. For example use a screw to hold down a decking board, but a nail to hold the joist up. Screws hold thing tighter then nails, but screws are brittle when hit from the side giving nails …

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    deck screws vs nails

    13 · Deck Screws vs Nails DEAR TIM: Recently a deck collapsed near where I live and people got seriously injured. The report blamed the failure on the use of nails that had corroded and couldn’t hold the weight. Could this be right? Every deck I know of has been built with nails …

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    How to Replace Deck Nails With Screws | Home …

    30 · The key to replacing the nails is finding the right screw, reusing holes and returning the deck to the same state it was before. 1 Remove a nail from any one of the deck boards. If you have a...

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    Screws vs. Nails: Which Is Better for Framing, Deck, …

    5 · Use nails to connect your deck framing to the joists holding it up as that’s the part that will encounter the most “twisting” force. Use screws for securing deck boards to the frame. That way, you will be able to attach them tightly. And, if you will need to replace one of the boars for one reason or another, it will be easier to just unscrew it rather than having to pull nails out. Screws vs. Nails for Building a …

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    Deck Decking nail vs screw which is better

    19 · 161 lifetime posts. Deck screws are the best, hands down. Nails will rise up and create a hazard and they tend to corrode more quickly. Screws are …

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    deck

    5 · A general rule of thumb is use screws when you need pull strength and nails when you need shear strength. For example use a screw to hold down a decking board, but a nail to hold the joist up. Screws hold thing tighter then nails, but screws are brittle when hit from the side giving nails …

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    DECK decking nails vs screws ... | DIY Home …

     · 436 Posts. #4 • . Screws are far better for deck boards. Deck Mate are pretty good. Although not the best they are decent. Nails have their place in framing the deck especially when sheer strength is needed. If you are concerned about using screws and it being more work. If you use a screw gun the work is much easier.

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    Deck Nails vs Deck Screws | dadand.com

    A 5lb box of Deckmate star drive deck #9 x 1/2″ deck screws holds about 350 screws (MY ESTIMATE) and costs about $30/box. A 5lb box of Grip-Rite 1/2 in. 8D Hot-Galvanized Spiral-Shank Deck Nails has 530 nails costs about $17/box. A 15’x24′ deck is 360 square feet. That would be about 600 screws.

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    How to Replace Deck Nails With Screws | Home Guides | SF G…

    How to Replace Deck Nails With Screws | Home Guides | SF Gate

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    Replace Loose Deck Nails with Screws » The Money Pit

    22 · The deck screws that are available today are, first of all, galvanized or otherwise plated so they’re not going to rust. And secondly, because they’re a screw, they just hold a lot better, they’re a lot stronger than the nails.

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    DECK decking nails vs screws ... | DIY Home …

     · 436 Posts. #4 • . Screws are far better for deck boards. Deck Mate are pretty good. Although not the best they are decent. Nails have their place in framing the deck especially when sheer strength is needed. If you are concerned about using screws and it being more work. If you use a screw gun the work is much easier.

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    deck screws vs nails

    13 · The screws will cost you more money when building a deck. But the small extra cost is worth it when a serious injury or death might occur if you decide to forgo their use. If you decide to use the screws, be sure they’re approved for use with the new treated lumber that’s now in the marketplace.

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    deck

    5 · A general rule of thumb is use screws when you need pull strength and nails when you need shear strength. For example use a screw to hold down a decking board, but a nail to hold the joist up. Screws hold thing tighter then nails, but screws are brittle when hit from the side giving nails …

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