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Wood Screws

Wood screws, sometimes referred to as "construction screws" or "production screws," are screws with have deep, coarse threads with sharp and robust points to fasten two or more pieces of wood securely. They are used to clamp and strengthen construction joints or to attach hinges, hardware, or locks. Wood screws come in a wide range of head types, including flat head, bugle, and round washer head styles. In some instances, they have a self-drilling point, which is a notch cut out of the screw to allow chipping to occur.

TPOHH wood screws provide powerful, corrosion-resistant fastening solutions to help make your outside living space as long lasting as the interior of your home.