FastenMaster - Precision-engineered for faster fixing

The FastenMaster range of self-drilling timber screws are precision-engineered for industrial-strength wood fastening. Manufactured from heavy duty heat-treated steel finished with a special anti-corrosion coating, FastenMaster structural screws, decking screws and timber screws carry a lifetime guarantee for complete peace of mind. With FastenMaster, when the job’s done, the job’s done.

FastenMaster self-drilling screws are designed to take on the toughest of timber challenges and are as suitable for industrial construction projects as they are large DIY jobs. So whether you’re working on a timber frame building project, carrying out a loft conversion or installing decking, FastenMaster screws will help you save time and get the job done right.

The FastenMaster range includes a screw for every situation. The heavy duty TimberLOK wood screws are strong enough to pull even the most warped wood together and are extremely easy to remove and re-use; the ThruLOK system combines the speed of a LOK product with the strength of a through-bolted connection; and the Guard Dog timber decking screw features a special coating to withstand alkaline copper quarternary (ACQ) and copper azole timber treatments.

Every pack of FastenMaster self-drilling screws comes complete with the correct drive tool for the size of screw. No more fitting and swapping drill bits, no more worrying about warped boards, no more pre-drilling holes. FastenMaster timber screws will help you save time and money and will last for the lifetime of the project. For more information on our FastenMaster products and to order online, please visit our FastenMaster store.

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