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Squeeeeek No More

Model 3232

Internet #100662994

Hardwood Squeak Elimination Kit

$14.97 /each
  • 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

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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

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

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January 4, 2015
I do not see a count in the specifications.
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February 10, 2016
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The wood floor kit ( box) comes with Qty: 50 screws.
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December 8, 2015
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The video here at Home Depot says it comes with 50 screws.
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about 40
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September 20, 2015
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The starter package contains 50 of the floor screws used for anchoring the floors, and two extra-long screws used for finding the joists. Replacement screws are available in boxes of 50 or 250.
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Can you use this on a wood subfloor covered with carpeting?

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February 10, 2016
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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.
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yes
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Yes: Google squeaky floor and you'll find a video on how to do it.
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My floor is exposed beams and joists on the level below (this is a log cabin). -.

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July 6, 2016
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?
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July 7, 2016
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The screws would have to be removed.
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Yes.The screw should go through the weave of the carpet and flush to the floorboard. The screw wont create an issue if you want to remove the carpet
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How do you get laminated flooring not to squeak?

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Never done it with Laminated floors, However , it can still work you just have to disguise the small screw hole with something that matches your lamination ..
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Hi Hardworker, sorry to hear about your floor. The problem sounds like a wooden sub-floor. Unfortunately you would have to take up the laminate flooring where the squeak is, fix the sub floor and then replace the laminate.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 69 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great to eliminate those squeaky floors and stairs. Setup is quick and easy to get the job done. Excellent product. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saved me time and money....What a great product..Ingenenious ! I had very squeaky oak steps / staircase leading to the second floor of my house. Even though the house was built in 2008 , they must not have installed the treads properly or used wood glue to help secure the steps. Anyway.. I used this squeak elimination kit and it made a tremendous difference. the 14 or so steps are now about 98 -100% % quiet.. Not sure any wood steps are 100 % squeak free. But considering the fact that I didnt want to take apart the whole staircase to then put glue and new screws or nails down.. This kit provided a low cost quick result. I like the fact that the screw heads brake off to minimize appearance of the screw.. and that there are two thread patterns in the screw itself in order to pull the stair tread to the stringer together...makes this kit a tremendous solution. Tip: After drilling the hole and before installing the screw. Rub the threads of the screw slightly on a bar of soap..this will help you drive the screw in easily-er and help prevent the head from breaking off prematurely ..especially if working with hard woods. February 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Works great some of the time Worked great and broke off when I hit a floor joist. Did not break off when it just grabbed the floor boards July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works but requires several screws Product mostly works.. Most of my squeak spots required 5 or 6 screws however 1 spot required only 1 screw. One particular squeak area still had some minor squeaks even after the 6 screws. I had one issue where the screw head broke off before it finished going all the way down and I had a heck of a time taking it out. June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by With patience, it worked With patience and care, it really works, but at first, I was discouraged. They didn't snap off as expected. This turned out to be because I was missing the joists, and I also think my hardwood is thin. I used pliers to snap them off instead, and that worked. After making Swiss cheese out of the 1st area I tried, the floor still squeaked. I had been going by the existing nail locations to find the joists, but it turns out they had nothing to do with each other. My stud finder wasn't very reliable at finding all joists, but after finding a few and measuring to find the others, it worked. Suddenly, no more squeak! The subsequent locations went well. March 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well on vinyl tile also. This product according to you tube also works on vinyl floor, so I purchased it yesterday. First screws worked as promised. 5th, had a problem: it didn't break off and like an amateur, I kept spinning. What happened was it lifted a tile slightly like a small ant hill; so I backed it out, and drilled in another. The massive squeek in my kitchen floor has 99% disappeared! My recommendation: if it doesn't break off when it reaches the guide, STOP, back it out, and visually stop at correct depth, then snap off with pliers. I used a nail hole filler to fill holes. Also, found drilling a pilot hole 1'8 inch into tile made for a clean hole to patch. September 5, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by squeek stopper easy to use. some reviews said the screws did not break off properly as designed, but I had no problems. The problem is that even with placing numerous screws for a given squeak, some still did not resolve. even in the best places, it required at least 6 screws to stop a squeak. I tried close together, spread out, multiple floor boards without improvement in some places. I assume the screws must find the floor joists for some squeaks, but that is just random luck with a hardwood floor. December 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Acceptable Results But Beware 1. Watch the instructional video first! 2. Use a good quality stud finder in combo with a measuring tape, especially if using on thick hardwood floor (stud finder alone will activate on nails; double check by measuring). 3. I managed to repair 6 squeaks using 1 to 2 screws per squeak. 4. BEWARE: Had difficulty extracting the screw top from floor within the guide, had to use pliers CAREFULLY to grip and extract without breaking plastic guide. Can't explain why, but the last 2 screws broke off while shear point was still slightly above floor, as if I had hit a nail below... but I pre-drilled length of screw, so can't explain it. Fortunately, managed to extract one with vise grips. Unfortunately, the second one was nearly flush with the floor and I had to get out the Dremel tool to cut the screw off below surface in order to fill hole. I wouldn't risk using this as a DIY'er on pristine floors, unless you're willing to risk serious blemishes. January 4, 2016
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