Using the right kind of screw is essential to any construction project, large or small, whether you are a contractor doing a renovation or a builder erecting an entire residential subdivision or office complex. You need screws specifically manufactured for the material to be fastened — whether it’s concrete, wood, metal or something else — and that will hold up for their designated use. At Fastener SuperStore we provide a wide range of options for customers looking to buy wholesale screws of virtually any type. Below is a list of screw categories and some common uses, along with information about what Fastener SuperStore can do for you.
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Hardened with Ceramic Coating; Cuts Its Own Threads into Concrete & Masonry.
Coarse Threads & Sharp Points; Used for Attaching Pressure Treated Lumber.
Coarse, Fine, Self-Drilling & Hi-Lo. For Attaching Drywall to Wood or Metal Studs.
Hex Head with Coarse Threads and Sharp Points; Used in Wood Applications.
8,000+ Parts with Size, Head, Drive, Material & Finish Options. Spec Sheets Linked.
Machine, SEMS & Thread Forming Screws with Metric Threads. 900+ Size & Style Options.
Self Drilling Screws
Also known as TEK Screws, "Drill-Bit Points" Eliminate Pre-Drilling.
Self Piercing Screws
Metal Roofing Screws with Extra Sharp Point. Hex Heads with Neoprene Washer Option.
Self Tapping Screws
Type A, Type AB, Type B and Type U Drive, also known as Sheet Metal Screws, are ideal for applications that have pre-drilled holes.
Machine Screws with Pre-Attached Lockwashers to Save Assembly Time.
Serrated Hex Flange Screws
Serrations Under Flanged Hex Head Provides Locking Action. In Steel, Grade 5 & SS.
Thread Cutting Screws
Sharp Cutting Tip Creates Mating Threads in Unthreaded Material. Available in Type F, Type 1, Type 23, Type 25.
Thread Forming Screws
Plastite-Style, Taptite-Style & High Low Screws Form Their Own Thread in Unthreaded Material.
Knurled & Standard Type P Styles; Each with Washer Face / Shoulder Options.
Three Unique Styles in Plain Steel Allow for Welding to an Assembly.
Cold Forged & Stamped Styles Offer Hand Turning when Strong Torque is Not Required.
Standard with Coarse Threads, Sharp Points & Unthreaded Shoulder, also Deep Thread Wood Screws.
Screws and Their Uses
Fastener SuperStore, Inc., is your best bet when you have to buy bulk screws for practically any application. Here are some of the most common uses for various types of screws that we carry:
- Concrete screws are incredibly tough and made specifically for firm placement in concrete and masonry. They are excellent for use in heavy-duty construction when something has to be anchored to a cement wall or foundation.
- Deck screws are common fasteners used for a wide range of applications, notably decks and outdoor woodwork. They are well suited for use in pressure-treated lumber.
- Drywall screws are specially made to hold securely in drywall or other typically weak surfaces. They also can be used in wood studs.
- Lag screws also are used for wood and are especially useful in heavy lumber that will bear a heavy load.
- Machine screws are used with size matched nuts for attaching metal parts and materials.
- Metric screws are sized differently than US standard screws and come in several different styles.
- Self-drilling screws are ideal for applications in which you need to fasten materials without pre-drilling a hole.
- Self-piercing screws, like self-drilling screws, do not require pre-drilling. They are commonly used in roofing.
- Self-tapping screws are also commonly called sheet metal screws, and are used for a wide variety of applications. Pre-drilling may or may not be required, depending upon the material you are installing these into.
- SEMS screws are preassembled with a free-spinning lock washer. These screws are perfect for applications that require a washer, saving on installation time.
- Serrated hex flange screws are used in applications that require firm locking of the screw itself.
- Thread-cutting screws have a sharp cutting tip that creates threads in wood, plastics and metals not already threaded.
- Thread-forming screws, which come in different styles, also form their own threads and are best used in thinner materials.
- Thumb screws are made to be easily secured by hand.
- Weld screws are used when a screw must be permanently welded to a metal surface.
- Wing screws are similarly made for easy turning by hand, making them useful in assembly and machinery.
- Wood screws are ideal for wood applications.
What Fastener SuperStore, Inc., Can Do for You
At Fastener SuperStore, Inc., we supply only the highest quality stainless steel screws and other fasteners — from nuts and bolts to spacers and standoffs. We make it our business to supply you with durable hardware in the quantities you need. Contact us today to learn more about what we offer and how we can work with you to deliver quality screws in bulk for all of your projects.