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1 in. Steel Zinc-Plated Corner Brace (4-Pack)

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  • Easy to install for added secure fit on right-angle corner joints
  • Countersunk design lets screws sit flush with surface
  • Perfect for use on wood both indoors and outdoors
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The Everbilt 1 in. Corner Braces (4-Pack) are ideal for reinforcing inside of right-angle corner joints. Countersunk design allows screws to sit flush with material. Easy to install.
  • Made of steel
  • Zinc-plated finish
  • Ideal for use with wood on indoor and outdoor applications
  • Screws not included
  • 1 in. H
  • 2 mounting holes

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Product Depth (in.)0.070.060.50.06
Product Width (in.)0.51.5 in1.5 in3 in
Product Length (in.)121.53
MaterialSteelZincGalvanized SteelZinc
Brace typeAngleAngleAngleAngle
Fasteners IncludedFasteners Not IncludedFasteners IncludedFasteners IncludedFasteners Not Included
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Connector FinishNoneNoneNoneNone
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.07
Product Length (in.)
1
Product Width (in.)
0.5

Details

Brace type
Angle
Builders Hardware Product Type
Mending Plates
Color
Zinc
Color Family
Silver
Connector Finish
None
Fasteners Included
Fasteners Not Included
Features
No Additional Features
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
4
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

179Questions18Answers

are these brackets strongest point up with the supported item sitting inside of the bracket as di...

Asked by DM June 22, 2021
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These brackets are small. I only use them as extra or temporary support. No matter which direction you choose, don't depend on these to hold a lot of weight.

What is the thickness of the material of this corner brace (not size but thickness)? 1 in. Steel ...

Asked by KathyH May 26, 2021
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Answer

The thickness of the 1 in. Steel Zinc-Plated Corner Brace (4-Pack) is 0.8mm..

8inch ones are 4inch on each side?

Asked by mike May 21, 2021
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Each side of the 8 in. Zinc-Plated Corner Brace is 8".

Are these braces 3" on each side of the bend or 3" total?

Asked by Bracer April 26, 2021
1
Answer

The Everbilt 3 in. Black Corner Brace is 3 inches on each side.

What is the thickness of the stainless steel?

Asked by Brace February 16, 2021
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The thickness of the Everbilt 3 in. Stainless Steel Corner Brace (4-Pack) is 2.5 mm.

What size (#8, #10, ?) and how long are the screws included with the corner brace?

Asked by Papabear February 11, 2021
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Answer

The screws included with the Everbilt 1-1/2 in. Galvanized Corner Brace (4-Pack) are #6x3/4”.

How Can you call it a brace if we do not know how much weight it can brace? Is it for show only?

Asked by SAMMY February 2, 2021
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How much it can hold, will vary based on what fasteners you use, and even what materials you're joining together. I used these as supplementary help, not to intended for anythimg that needs to be structurally sound. Maybe if you want to keep something square, that would be another good use.

will 1/4 bugle head screws fit inside the predrilled holes?

Asked by Roy January 29, 2021
3
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I think too big. By it and try it.

Exterior use ok?

Asked by BadaBoom January 24, 2021
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The zinc plating on the Everbilt 4 in. Zinc-Plated Corner Brace (2-Pack) will provide a very mild rust resistance. This will rust when exposed to outdoor conditions. For better rust resistant performance, please consider the options in galvanized and stainless steel. The links are provided below: 4 in. Galvanized Corner Brace (4-Pack) https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-4-in-Galvanized-Corner-Brace-4-Pack-15270/202033930, or 4 in. Stainless Steel Corner Braces (4-Pack) https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-4-in-Stainless-Steel-Corner-Braces-4-Pack-14559/203339962?NCNI-5.

Does this come with the screws?

Asked by Joe January 22, 2021
1
Answer

The 1 in. Steel Zinc-Plated Corner Brace (4-Pack) does not come with screws.

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Customer Reviews

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These brackets served their purpose. They do bend under...
These brackets served their purpose. They do bend under some pressure, but with a few in place, they hold steady.
by Kurt
Used them to fix kitchen drawer. Easy to use, fixed...
Used them to fix kitchen drawer. Easy to use, fixed well. very sturdy
by ALAN
I've used these in the past. Very sturdy. I hang live edge oak bars and I use these brackets for ...
I've used these in the past. Very sturdy. I hang live edge oak bars and I use these brackets for wall mount and hairpin legs underneath. Perfect, sturdy, simple!
by Lisalou63
I used these to hang a small shelf in the bathroom. We used sinkers with it.
I used these to hang a small shelf in the bathroom. We used sinkers with it.
by Avril
1 person found this helpful
These braces are well-made, no rough edges, uniformly bright and with an even finish. I used them...
These braces are well-made, no rough edges, uniformly bright and with an even finish. I used them to construct a shelving unit to support a heavy television set. The shelves are functioning well, with no wobble or sway, held securely in place with these corner braces. A very good value and totally functional.
by ReadyEddie
Well, they're just corner braces, but they're good ones. I've used these many times to stiffen c...
Well, they're just corner braces, but they're good ones. I've used these many times to stiffen chair legs and other corner joints that were wobbly. They are inexpensive, do a good job, and are available in just about any size you need. And, the cool thing is that they can also be bent a little to fit a joint that isn't quite square, but still make the joint rigid. (See attached photo) So, based on my experience, I would recommend them.
by BakoRider
I bought 7 packs of these, at least. They work great! They are very sturdy and hold my shelves in...
I bought 7 packs of these, at least. They work great! They are very sturdy and hold my shelves in place. Out of those 7 packs, only one brace was defective. Great odds.
by dandeliondogs
Perfect for small areas, perfect for corners, surprisingly strong, can be bent for odd angles, co...
Perfect for small areas, perfect for corners, surprisingly strong, can be bent for odd angles, compatible with several sizes of screw
by ryan
Fairly strong for the size, perfect for small areas
Fairly strong for the size, perfect for small areas
by ryan
These are great steel corner braces for tricky jobs. I generally secure joints with a Kreg Jig or...
These are great steel corner braces for tricky jobs. I generally secure joints with a Kreg Jig or screws from the outside but these braces come in handy when I dont want to put screw holes on the outside of the piece and cant use my Kreg Jig. They are made of tough steel and zinc plated so they can take some weather. The 5/8" screws they come with are a great depth for the usual 5/8" and 3/4" thick wood I tend to work with. I pre-drill with a 5/64th for soft woods and a 3/32nd for hard woods. When using these, I aim to pre-drill the holes slightly away from the opposing surface (usually towards me) so when I secure the screws, they pull the brace and wood together nice and tight. If I dont do this, the braces can force separation between the two pieces you are joining which is not good. I most recently use them to secure an oak top to a desk I made for my daughter. The skirt on the desk was too small for a Kreg Jig, so I used these braces.
by SteveVA
3 people found this helpful
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