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Deck Mate #10 x 3 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (1 lb.-Pack)
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Deck Mate

#10 x 3 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (1 lb.-Pack)

  • For use with all exterior projects to connect wood to wood
  • Star drive and type 17 drill point for easier driving
  • Coating is guaranteed for the life of your outdoor projects
$9.37 /each

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Make the most of your of your outdoor project with Deck Mate brand exterior screws. Lifetime polymer coated and zinc plated for extra corrosion resistance. T-25 bit included in the box.

  • Auger thread design aggressively cuts through material
  • Star drive helps transfer torque and prevent cam outs
  • T-17 pre-drill point reduces wood splitting for faster starts
  • Nibs under head allow screw to countersink better for a smoother finish

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I'm using the #9 x 3 inch deck screw. How do I choose the the color I want?

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May 16, 2016
I'm using redish tan screws from Deckmate on my redwood deck but I don't see anywhere in the product description where it states the color. I'm 180 miles from a Home Depot and I would like to order more online.
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How much weight can the #9 x 3 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws support if I use them in roofing boards?

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May 9, 2016
How much weight can the #9 x 3 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws support if I use them in roofing boards? We are using them for securing the facia to the house for a deck roof.
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Box shows a different size then you discription on the internet

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March 18, 2016
The SKU on the box I bought shows 734 854, #9 x 3" Deckmate Star Drive but the description shows #10 x 3". Confusing? Dave
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Are they rated for pressure treated joists.

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June 27, 2016
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Of course, but these are typically Deck Screws.Deck joists (all application's)
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Apparently not since they have rusted in my projects with PT lumber.
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I used them on the pressure treated joists for my kids zip line platform and they seem to hold up well - been about 2 years now with no signs or corrosion ( last month I backed a few screws out to inspect them and they look the same as the day I installed them). However, if you're using them for anything other than a zip line platform I would double check local building code.
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I used them on the pressure treated joists for my kids zip line platform and they seem to hold up well - been about 2 years now with no signs or corrosion ( last month I backed a few screws out to inspect them and they look the same as the day I installed them). However, if you're using them for anything other than a zip line platform I would double check local building code.
If you're using these to fasten a joist to a joist hanger be aware that the nail head is tapered so you won't achieve as tight of a bond as you would with a traditional hot dipped galvanized joist hanger nail. Read Less
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#10 x 3 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (1 lb.-Pack) is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Screw Removal after 16 years is an issue I am re-decking and removal of the old cedar deck is always fun, I have several versions of deck screws. The old DeckMate ASR - 3" #9 screws are a pain to remove. About 10% are snapping and they are all very corroded. At the same time I am removing some Grip Rite Deck screws also 3" #9 and they are still intact. So they are preferred over the DeckMate. Prior to the removal I bought 15.lbs of DeckMate deck screws. I will be returning them. I concur with the corrosion comments posted on here regarding DeckMate and corrosion, I am deciding between the FastenMaster and the GripRite products. Any collaborative commentary appreciated. I mean 16 years isn't horrible but they are not a LifeTime product.
Date published: 2016-07-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These Corrode I used these screws and they corroded within six years and came out of my treated lumber deck boards. When I pulled them out they were rusted and the threads were gone.
Date published: 2016-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Screws rot out right under the head. Spent over $120 for all the deck mate screws I used on my deck project and after only 5 years they started to rot right under the head where there are no threads. They thin out in this area from rust and eventually the head pops out. Stay away from these screws and use stainless steel.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money I used 15 pounds of these screws for my deck. Noticed rust after 7 years then more breakdown every year. Contacted the company sent pics again and again - nothing . Use stainless steel screws and be done.These are overpriced and they don't stand behind the product promise.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Do not use this product. I used these 10 years ago to fasten my decking and about 90% of the screws have corroded and broken. Im replacing my deck boards now, and the screws that remain are necked down to about 1/16 and I can break them off with my fingers.
Date published: 2016-08-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I used these screws to repair some sections of my deck a few years back. Recently I had to remov... I used these screws to repair some sections of my deck a few years back. Recently I had to remove the screws on a piece and they came out like cake with my impact driver. The star bit included is of good quality too, just don't lose it!
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works well. What I like about this is that the bit doesn't slip in the head, though I miss those screws that were square drive, but these are the next best thing.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Overall a great product. No deformed screws or heads. Wold suggest picking up some better bits for the job. The "free" one will ot last long.
Date published: 2016-07-26
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