Model # 3232

Internet #100662994

Squeeeeek No More Hardwood Squeak Elimination Kit
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Squeeeeek No More

Hardwood Squeak Elimination Kit

  • Screws help to stop the squeaking sounds in hardwood
  • Blends in - looks like a nail when finished
  • Fill the hole with putty for a finished look
$1497 /each

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Walk across hardwood flooring without annoying squeaks by using the screws in the Squeeeeek No More for Wood Floors kit. These steel screws feature the holding power of a number 8 screw with the look of a trim nail when installed.

  • Helps stop squeaks in hardwood floors
  • Fiberglass fixture
  • Number 8 screw size looks like a trim nail that is counter sunk
  • Snaps 1/5 in. below the surface
  • Fill the hole with putty to finish
  • Very easy to use in hardwood or softwoods
  • Instructions on how to find the joist included

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Customer Questions & Answers

How many screws come in the box and which type? (There are two types).

I do not see a count in the specifications.
Asked by: capod
The wood floor kit ( box) comes with Qty: 50 screws.
Answered by: 808
Date published: 2017-03-18

Can you use this on a wood subfloor covered with carpeting?

Asked by: southflbuilde
Yes..as long as you find the floor joist to screw into and also sink the score line of the screw just into the sub floor below the carpet.
Answered by: 808
Date published: 2016-06-22

My floor is exposed beams and joists on the level below (this is a log cabin). -.

The flooring is laid on the beams and joists The second floor level is carpeted. If I use screws through the carpet, how do I remove the carpet in the future? Or is the theory that headless screws will not trap the carpet?
Asked by: Treehouse
The screws would have to be removed.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-11-30

What should the distance be between the screws? Seems like the whole floor squeaks.

Asked by: Al
There's no real formula to this, it's not like securing new subfloor. I'd suggest to start in the middle and work your way outwards, dividing the distance in half each time to minimize the number of holes needed.
Answered by: rafb
Date published: 2017-03-12
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Hardwood Squeak Elimination Kit is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 95.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sooooo very happy we gave this a try, It worked great our house is squeak free :) Sooooo very happy we gave this a try, It worked great our house is squeak free :)
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have had a squeaky spot on my hard wood floor for over 15 years. When I saw this kit, I wanted ... I have had a squeaky spot on my hard wood floor for over 15 years. When I saw this kit, I wanted to give it a try. The trick to get the screws to break off properly is to pre-drill a pilot hole smaller than the recommended 1/8 in. size drill bit. I started with a 7/64 in. drill bit and the screw did not snap off properly. I then went down to a 3/32 in. drill bit and the screw snapped at the score line every time (put in about 12 screws). The squeak is now gone and I was happy that it worked as advertised.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as easy to use as advertised. If you drill a pilot hole smaller with recommended size, the sc... Not as easy to use as advertised. If you drill a pilot hole smaller with recommended size, the screw will not snap and you just end up with a hole in your floor. If the hole is too small, the screw will pop before being fully in and you end up removing a screw with no head. If you try to break it manually (as recommended if it does not snap), you end up with a bigger hole as the screw snaps in the hole by bending it. So at the end it works, but you need to experiment with the combination wood floor+Subfloor before you start working on your real floor.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from some places were fixed.... some weren't......50/50.... very happy with the boards that it worked... some places were fixed.... some weren't......50/50.... very happy with the boards that it worked on....
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stops squeak Product is excellent,you will need to know exactly where squeak is or you will just be drilling away.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, brilliant invention, i will take it with my next... Excellent, brilliant invention, i will take it with my next move
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I drilled & use the thin floor application. Used 6 screws in an 8" square of the floor. I found ... I drilled & use the thin floor application. Used 6 screws in an 8" square of the floor. I found using a pliers was easier to snap off the screw. The floor still squeaks, didnt help a bit, plus I have a scratch when trying to use the screw remover.
Date published: 2017-05-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I just installed a package of these screws in our old squeaky floors and they helped reduce the n... I just installed a package of these screws in our old squeaky floors and they helped reduce the noise level! The kit is easy to use and works pretty much how they describe it, although I did have a few screws not bit into the underlying plywood very well so you might want to use a slightly smaller drill bit. I don't know if this solution will work long term or when the weather turns hot and the wood naturally expands a bit, but for now I'm glad I did it.
Date published: 2017-03-21
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