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  • Helps remove unwanted floor squeaks
  • All inclusive kit
  • Highly rated for quality and value (see reviews)
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Product Details
  • Helps remove unwanted floor squeaks
  • All inclusive kit
  • Highly rated for quality and value (see reviews)
About This Product

This Squeeeeek No More kit quickly and permanently stops annoying floor squeaks. Works for hardwood, vinyl and carpet. Installation bit, special screws, alignment and depth control fixture for carpeted floors, hardwood floor fixture, joist finders and instructions in kit.

  • Easy to use
  • Works for hardwood, vinyl and carpet
  • Includes installation bit in kit
  • Screwdriver not included
  • Screw replacement kit available
  • Included in the kit: 1 complete Instructions 1 driver bit with a stop 2 alignment and depth control fixtures 2 joist-finding screw tools 50, #10 x 3-inch scored screws. The screws have 8 threads per inch for one inch, then 9 threads per inch for one inch followed by the score of the screw. From the score to the thread is one inch.
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Specifications

Dimensions: H 8 in, W 5.5 in, D 3.25 in

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)3.25 inAssembled Height (in.)8 in
Assembled Width (in.)5.5 inLongest fastener length (in.)3.0
Shortest fastener length (in.)3.0

Details

Drill bit includedYesDrive StyleSquare
Fastener TypeWood ScrewFinish FamilyMetallic
Number of Pieces55Number of uniquely sized fasteners1
Package Quantity1Product Weight (lb.)2 lb
Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyN
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Can this be used to fix squeaky stairs!
by|Oct 3, 2023
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A:  Yes, instructions are provided.

by|Dec 13, 2023
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    Q:I live in a very old house that the floor squeaks so bad, my floors have tile in each room and I wanted to know will the Everbilt floor kit work on my floors? And if not what can I do?
    by|Sep 17, 2023
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    Q:Can I use this kit to repair a squeaky linoleum floor?
    by|Apr 27, 2023
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    A:  It should fix the squeaky sub floor, but the downside is that it will leave visible holes in your linoleum floor. It works well with carpet because the the holes and tops of the screws are hidden in the base of the carpet or within the carpet pad, but for linoleum you wouldn't be able to hide the hole it would create.

    by|Jan 6, 2024

      A:  Yes. It can be used for squeaky underlay. But it will leave a hole in the linoleum.

      by|Apr 28, 2023

        A:  Everbilt Floor Repair Kit is recommended for hardwood, vinyl, and carpet floors. We would not recommend for linoleum floors.

        by|Jan 10, 2024
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          Q:What's the package quantity?
          by|Mar 4, 2023
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          A:  The Everbilt Floor Repair Kit package quantity is the screws and there are 50 of them. The number of pcs include the screws and the repair kit pcs. We have submitted this information and pending an update to the information on the webpage. Thank you for your input.

          by|Nov 7, 2023
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            Customer Reviews

            3.8 out of 5
            • 3.8 out of 450 reviews
            • 70% recommend this product
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            Wrecked the carpet
            Beware this is a one size fits all product that does not necessarily fit your situation. The screw broke off ABOVE the level of the padding & it puckered the carpet too. I screwed down to the set point in the fixture but it was obviously too high for my carpet & padding thickness. Now I'm left with a broken off screw that's impossible to get out without causing more damage to the carpet. You can even feel the screw when you walk across it. Waste of money and now our perfect carpet is ruined too.
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              screw did not snap as designed
              Screw would not snap, and could not back it out either, finally had to use a cats paw to pry it and the plastic part off the floor, chipped the hardwood and left about 1/4" of screw sticking out. ruining the floor. product should be taken off the shelf's. please spare yourself the pain of trying these. did not even minorly help the squeaks either.
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                Using is Believing
                As my wife and I say, "120-year-old house, 120-year-old problems." One problem was the hardwood flooring in the recently de-carpeted bedrooms. The wood used wasn't the highest quality, and there were squeaks and some boards had come slightly loose at the ends. I saw this product on YouTube and decided to give it a try; I'm absolutely happy with the results. The floor in the current project room in good shape in only a couple of hours; it would've been less if it hadn't been my first time using it and if the joists were evenly distributed! As other reviewers have said, this "reduces" squeaks; it doesn't eliminate all of them. I'd say my improvement is 80-90%! I only had 2 problems: 1) my 3d screw snapped off before countersinking, leaving 1/4" of screw exposed. I forgot to drill the guide hole first. A pair of locking pliers backed the screw out. 2) I had to angle some screws into the floor to hit the joist in a few places, and I couldn't use the guide in those instances. Just make sure the break point is a few millimeters below the floor and break the head off with some pliers. Frankly, after the first 15 or 20 screws, you may not need the guide -- especially if you have better vision than I do. Highly recommend a deep scan stud finder. I used the Studsensor HD70 and it worked well. Have 2 drills on hand: one for drilling and one for screwing in the screws. Switching between drill bit and screw head is a pain. Note: I haven't used this system on carpeted floors, but it seems well-suited to the task.
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                  I saw Tommy Silva from This Old House use a product like this and it inspired me to search the pr...
                  I saw Tommy Silva from This Old House use a product like this and it inspired me to search the product. Happy Home Depot carried it. Kit was very complete and worked perfectly! No more squeaky floor. I have berber carpet with no padding. Used tape around the screw as recommended and the carpet was not damaged. Can't feel screws.
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                  Finding the joist in an old house is "fun," since most are not 16" on center. But, aside from th...
                  Finding the joist in an old house is "fun," since most are not 16" on center. But, aside from that, the smooth shank screw helped a lot. After getting everything screwed down, I was ready to snapped the head off the screws. Following the instructions and using the 3-prong clamp due to having carpet, I rocked left to right. Well, the screw held its ground and the 3rd arm of the 3-prong tool snapped right off. At this point, I just grabbed a hammer and gave the screw head an angular hit left and right. Pop! Good as gold......but the quality of that 3-prong tool could be improved (maybe metal vs plastic). That's the reason for the 4/5.
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                    Just Measure Correctly
                    This system works great - measure exactly where and how your under floor joists run. Run a line and start drilling - I drilled across the entire room from wall to wall - establishing a straight line of holes. Then I followed with the tool and snap off screws.. in a few instances I could feel my floor being pulled tight. My wife is blown away. Our home is all hardwood.. and built in 1970. I purchased extras for stair treads and some other rooms. Plan first, measure twice and use the system.
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                      Very simple design, easy to use with with great results!!
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                      Easy to follow instructions. Best if 2 drills are used especially if you're doing multiple stairs. My hardwood stairs are so old that after using 40 screws most of the stairs still creak. It silenced only a few stairs.
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