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3 in. Stainless Steel Corner Brace (4-Pack)

$1193
  • Easy to install for added secure fit on right-angle corner joints
  • Countersunk design lets screws sit flush with surface
  • Rust resistant; Suited for both indoor and outdoor applications
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The Everbilt 3 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 stainless steel
  • Rust resistant
  • Ideal for use with wood on indoor and outdoor applications
  • Screws included
  • 4 hole design

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Product Depth (in.)0.62 in0.7 in0.875 in0.7 in
Product Width (in.)2 in3 in4 in3 in
Product Length (in.)2 in3 in4 in3 in
MaterialStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless SteelStainless Steel
Brace typeAngleAngleAngleAngle
Fasteners IncludedFasteners IncludedFasteners IncludedFasteners IncludedFasteners Included
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Connector FinishNoneNoneNoneNone
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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.7 in
Product Length (in.)
3 in
Product Width (in.)
3 in

Details

Brace type
Angle
Builders Hardware Product Type
Braces
Color
Stainless Steel
Color Family
Silver
Connector Finish
None
Fasteners Included
Fasteners Included
Features
No Additional Features
Material
Stainless Steel
Package Quantity
4
Returnable
90-Day

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Manufacturer Warranty
None

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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.
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Used them to fix kitchen drawer. Easy to use, fixed...
Used them to fix kitchen drawer. Easy to use, fixed well. very sturdy
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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!
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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Fairly strong for the size, perfect for small areas
Fairly strong for the size, perfect for small areas
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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.
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I use them making cornhole boards. They have not failed yet.
I use them making cornhole boards. They have not failed yet.
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I use stainless steel corner braces when I want to attach a base for shelving to a concrete floor...
I use stainless steel corner braces when I want to attach a base for shelving to a concrete floor. No rust & should last longer than the treated lumber it is attached to.
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Ruined my cabinet project… see image… had to straighten them manually
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    Used these to add plywood shelves to garage storage cabinets that came with 3 shelves but had mou...
    Used these to add plywood shelves to garage storage cabinets that came with 3 shelves but had mounting locations for 6. Cut the plywood 1/8" narrower than the inside width of the cabinet, slot the corner braces into the shelf mounting locations, drop in the plywood and install 2 screws through the brace into the shelf. I did not find it necessary to install screws in the other holes, gravity will keep the shelf in place.
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    These little braces work pretty well for as small as they are. I got them to secure the inside co...
    These little braces work pretty well for as small as they are. I got them to secure the inside corners of a flower planter box I made. I liked the small size because they are not easily seen, but they are thick enough that they hold tightly and kept it sturdy when filled with soil. They are zinc plated which is nice because they will hold up outside and in the weather.
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    This corner brace is priced great! I got them to use as an alternative to pricey shelf supports. ...
    This corner brace is priced great! I got them to use as an alternative to pricey shelf supports. The least expensive shelf brackets I found were $12. These work great for the open shelf. industrial style that is so popular right now. They are extra special corner braces because they are zinc plated, so they will not rust and can be used indoors or outdoors. The three holes are off set as to add more stability and the screw holes are counter-set so the screws finish flush.
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    Repaired a Post
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    The braces worked perfectly on my 83" narrow sofa table legs, giving them extra stability.
    The braces worked perfectly on my 83" narrow sofa table legs, giving them extra stability.
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    This five inch corner bracket will hold up to most any task. Quality throughout. The zinc plating...
    This five inch corner bracket will hold up to most any task. Quality throughout. The zinc plating will slow down if not stop any rusting. Screws DO NOT come with this product. The ninety degree angle is just that...ninety degree. I recommend a #10 size screws. The bracket holes are countersunk-tapered to accommodate flat head screws for flush fitting, though it will accept whatever you can fit through the hole.
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    Quality throughout This three quarter inch corner bracket will hold up to most any task. The zinc...
    Quality throughout This three quarter inch corner bracket will hold up to most any task. The zinc plating will slow down if not stop any rusting. Screws DO NOT come with this product. The ninety degree angle is just that...ninety degree. Recommended screw is a #6 x 3/4". The bracket holes are tapered to accommodate flat head screws for flush fitting though it will accept whatever you can fit through the hole.
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    5 Inch Corner Brace. One inch wide and zink plated for corrosion protection. Three mounting hol...
    5 Inch Corner Brace. One inch wide and zink plated for corrosion protection. Three mounting holes per side with chamfer on the inside to have the mounting screw head even with the brace surface. About 1/8 inch thick and has a tight bend. I use these braces to mount flower boxes I make so its not technically a corner brace. I mount the brace on the outside of the house and lay the flower box on the bottom of the brace. Then screw the brace from the bottom into the bottom of the flower box. The braces shown in one of the photos are from a previous project and are larger than 5 inch.
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    The braces would be perfect for supporting an inside 90 degree angle. However, I was trying to us...
    The braces would be perfect for supporting an inside 90 degree angle. However, I was trying to use them as a corner protector/support on an outside 90 degree (really a 270 degree) angle. As such the two holes near the corner were too close to allow screws in both holes. So I was only able to insert 3 screws. But the brace seems to be working out okay for what I need. The cost per brace was much better in the bulk packaging.
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    Well-made 3” corner angle braces with hardware! Easy installation, with both written and diagram...
    Well-made 3” corner angle braces with hardware! Easy installation, with both written and diagrammed instructions for this set of four braces (see picture). The braces were well-coated in black paint on all sides, and the screws were Phillips head for maximum grip when installing. The instructions make a point about marking each screw location with a pencil before drilling and that is good advice (see picture). I pre-drilled the holes (see picture) so it would be easier to screw in each Philips head screw. It turned out really well (see picture). I highly recommend these “Everbilt” brand corner angle braces for any job!
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    I used these corner brackets for a little bit of an unorthodox purpose - a picture stand. I made ...
    I used these corner brackets for a little bit of an unorthodox purpose - a picture stand. I made a picture frame out of 1x2s that I'd originally intended to hang like a wall sign, but then decided to stand up in a windowsill in my office. These corner braces made for an inexpensive solution. They're very sturdy & will not bend - ideal for a number of applications.
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    good corner braces
    good corner brace, sturdily helps build up a 3 level shelf of ikea lack tables together.
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      Shower Curtain Rod holder
      I paired a corner brace with 1/2" 1-hole EMT strap, small screw, #10 flat washer, and #10-24 machine screw nut to make the shower rod holder - very inexpensive, doesn't corrode (unlike the previous shower curtain systems), and adds brings in a slight touch of "industrial feel" to the space.
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      Sturdy little buggers
      I bought a handful of these for a standing desk I built. The entire project (including dry erase work top!) was around $50 and I love that it's tailor-made to turn my awkward office space into a functional work station, so that I no longer have to battle severe neck pain to get my job done. These brackets are super sturdy, and were the perfect size for my purposes. They made the building project easy for an apartment dweller, who lacks fancy tools and a workshop. Hooray for DIY!
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      Stronger than it looks!
      I used this to anchor 1x2 ledges to the wall to lean picture frames on. Worked great and very strong.
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      Very Strong Brackets!
      I love these brackets and have used them all around the house on building/repair projects. Recently I used them to attach lumber pieces together on a new bed frame. They work great and make connections easy!
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