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DeckMate

Model # 115668

Internet # 204811846

Store SKU # 735068

#10 2-1/2 in. Star Flat-Head Wood Deck Screws (5 lb.-Pack)

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Model # 115668

Internet # 204811846

Store SKU # 735068

DeckMATE Wood Screws are ideal for outdoor wood deck projects. Star drive head provides better torque transfer and will not strip or cam-out. T-25 star drive bit included.

  • Reinforced neck prevents head from snapping
  • Specifically designed to drive fast and reduce splitting
  • Coating is guaranteed for the life of the project
  • Star drive will not strip or cam-out

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
0.35 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
2.50 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
0.35 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.35 
Product Height (in.) 
2.5 
Product Width (in.) 
0.35 
Screw Length 
2-1/2 in 
Details
Coated 
Drive Style 
Star 
Driver bit included 
Yes 
Fastener Callout Size 
#10 x 2-1/2 in. 
Fastener Plating 
Ceramic 
Fastener Thread Type 
Coarse 
Fastener Type 
Wood Deck Screw 
Fastener/Connector Material 
Steel 
Finish 
Tan ceramic 
Finish Family 
Brown 
Head Style 
Flat 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Measurement Standard 
USS 
Package Quantity 
393 
Primary Use 
Use in wood deck construction 
Product Weight (lb.) 
5 lb 
Self drilling 
No 
Self tapping 
No 
Size 
#10 
Tamper Resistant 
No 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Lifetime Warranty Against Rust and Corrosion 

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Screw Length: 2-1/2 in
Size: #10
Drive Style: Star
Head Style: Flat
Fastener/Connector Material: Steel
Fastener Thread Type: Coarse
Price: $20 - $30
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Are these #10 or #9 screws?

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November 23, 2015
On the shelf, with the exact part number, these are listed as #9 screws from Deckmate. Yet the Internet page shows #10.
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January 19, 2016
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These are #10 2.5 inch flat head wood deck screws.
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Better or just as good?

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April 4, 2016
Back in 2013 I installed a new pool which is saltwater(3600 ppm). I built a walking deck and platform along one side of the pool using WeatherShield wood products. This all took place June 2013.
In the last year I noticed a good amount of rusting on the deck screw heads. I'm not 100% sure but I think they were DeckMate screws. They are tan in color and were supposed to be the screws needed for the job. Now that doesn't seem to be the case.

Are these new DeckMate screws better or the drive type is the only difference? Keep in mind, I do have a saltwater pool.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Failure after 14 years When I rebuilt my deck 14 years ago, I exclusively used Deckmate Evercote screws with a lifetime warranty, upon the recommendation of a Home Depot associate. Now, after 14 years, I am starting to experience screw rust and failure. Almost all screw heads are now rusted and a number of screws have broken, resulting in loose deck boards. I have contacted the manufacturer about how they want to address the warranty issue. However, simply removing the screws and replacing them will not be a solution, as the screws have rusted and weakened to the point they will break when any torque is applied to them. This will require re-drilling each hole and replacing each screw, resulting in twice the number of screw holes all over the deck. September 28, 2015
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