Internet #203429611

Model #19594

Store SKU #709561

Floor Repair Kit

  • Helps remove unwanted floor squeaks
  • All inclusive kit
  • Highly rated for quality and value (see reviews)
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$1995

Product Overview

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

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Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Drill bit included
Yes
Drive Style
Square
Fastener Type
Wood Screw
Finish Family
Metallic
Number of Pieces
55
Number of uniquely sized fasteners
1.0
Package Quantity
50
Product Weight (lb.)
2
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
N

Questions & Answers

32Questions42Answers

Where can I get additional joist finding screws? Unfortunately the joist finding screws eventuall...

Asked by Pman November 10, 2020
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Additional screws are available as Internet part# 203540689, Store part#19604, Store SKU #709284 sold as Yellow Wood Screw Replacement Pack (50-Pack).

is this available in Canada

Asked by crocket September 11, 2020
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This product is distributed in the US. Currently we are unable to ship outside of the US.

Would this product cause a problem if I later, in a few years, decide to pull up the sub floor she and replace them?

Asked by Ashley May 22, 2020
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So usually you don’t just pull up a sub floor and decide to replace them. (Unless there is water damage that comprises the sub floor). Subfloors are usually glued and screwed down, and you might run into issues removing screws already If you had to remove it. With this product your really only tighten down a few spots in between well connected sections so you usually won’t use alot. The way it works is you can use the tool and screw the screws in and then with the tool snap the head off just below the surface of the sub floor so it doesn’t poke thru the carpeting or interfere with laying down vinyl or tile etc. if in the rare case you remove the sub floor and it can’t be pulled up with a pry bar (as the sub floor would be weakened) you could just cut the very few of these with a reciprocal saw. If you have squeeks, and can’t access underneath the floor from below,(I.e. there is a ceiling below) these are a great fix for tying down those squeaky spots. Hope that answers it for you!!

How well does this work on linoleum kitchen floors? Ours is squeaky in several places. Also, we c...

Asked by Scott January 25, 2019
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I screwed the subfloor through the linoleum into a joist just as the directions said to do and it worked just fine.

how many screws are in it?

Asked by cathy January 24, 2019
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how many screws

I have recently bought a new house and the floors squeak. I have a very light colored barber car...

Asked by Debbie January 20, 2019
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I've only used this on plush carpet so I can't say for certain that the pile won't pull on barber carpet where the pile is much tighter together. You could test it in an inconspicuous spot (like a corner or closet) to see how the carpet reacts. The screw will be countersunk underneath the floor once finished and you should not see it after you've finished installing it.

I have aluminum floor joist in my rv will I need to drill a pilot hole before I try to screw the ...

Asked by gary August 2, 2018
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I would think that would be wise since these screws are made for wood and not metal

Screw sticking up too far

Asked by Andy June 17, 2018
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May be not out, but use a small grinding wheel in a hand held grinder. Don't forget your safety glasses

howto find out where the floor joists are from up above

Asked by ladd May 5, 2018
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I used an electronic floor sensor. It was able to sense enough to help. Since my floors were 1 1/2 inch thick it was hit and miss but it helped a lot. I then used a very small drill bit to drill 1.6 inches deep and used a straightened paper clip in the hole to make sure I was on the joist. Wood filler filled all holes which are now basically undetectable.

Can you use an impact driver, or does it need to be a drill?

Asked by Curious February 19, 2018
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I used a cordless drill and it worked fine.

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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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Stopped the squeaks in our oak wood floor.
Stopped the squeaks in our oak wood floor.
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Amazing tool! Does exactly what they say it does!
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I worked so well and easy to use! I couldn’t wait for my husband to get home,ha! And I did this m...
I worked so well and easy to use! I couldn’t wait for my husband to get home,ha! And I did this myself it was simple fast and VERY EASY! Worth every penny
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