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1/2 in. x 7 in. Internal Square Pan Head White Gutter Screws (25-Pack)

  • Use to replace old gutter spikes with a strong, water-tight fit
  • Corrosion and rust-resistant
  • Driver bit included
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GutterScrew enables you to replace old popping gutter spikes. The super-sized threads are wider than spikes, creating a tight fit with unmatched holding power. A free driver bit is included.
  • Oversized thread diameter tightly fills the existing spike hole for better holding strength and a watertight fit
  • Number 3 square drive virtually eliminates cam-out during hard-to-reach installation
  • Durable UV resistant white and brown head paint matches most gutter systems
  • Thick galvanized base coating guaranteed not to rust or react with aluminum
  • Highly versitile
  • Common project applications: roofing, HVAC, steel stud framing, gutters, and register vents

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1/2 in. x 7 in. Internal Square Pan Head White Gutter Screws (25-Pack)
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Size#10#10#101/2 in
Screw Length4 in3 in3 in7 in
Head StyleSocket Cap HeadSocket Cap HeadSocket Cap HeadPan Head
Drive Style12 Point/Triple Square12 Point/Triple Square12 Point/Triple SquareInternal Square
Fastener/Connector MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
FeaturesACQ Rated,Coated,Self Tapping,Tamper ResistantACQ Rated,Coated,Self Tapping,Tamper ResistantACQ Rated,Coated,Self Tapping,Tamper ResistantACQ Rated,Coated,Self Drilling,Self Tapping
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Specifications

Dimensions

Screw Length
7 in
Thread Pitch
0

Details

Color Family
White
Drive Style
Internal Square
Fastener Plating
Other
Fastener Type
Specialty Fastener
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
ACQ Rated,Coated,Self Drilling,Self Tapping
Finish
Powder Finish
Head Style
Pan Head
Included
Driver Bit
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Materials Fastened
Metal to Metal
Measurement Standard
SAE
Pack Size
25
Product Weight (lb.)
3
Returnable
90-Day
Size
1/2 in

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

Questions & Answers

6Questions38Answers

What tool do I use to attach the short screws into close to the seems?

Asked by Geo August 2, 2020
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What is the diameter of the screw and the threads?

Asked by aearbend April 9, 2020
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Answers

shoulder dia.: 0.204", thread dia.: 0.268"

current screws are 8 inches can i use the 7 inch screws?

Asked by Frederick December 31, 2017
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No you can not. These screws are for 5" gutters and are 7" long. You will need to find a larger size screw for your gutters. I know they make larger sizes. Hope this helps.

Where should you measure your gutter for 'size'? When installed 21 years ago, I was told I was ge...

Asked by OLDFLDUDE November 18, 2017
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Currently, they don't make an 8" Gutter Screw. If you haven't found a solution yet, maybe I can help. Look on Google for 8" Ring Shank Steel Gutter Spikes. This will hold just as well as a screw. However, they are narrower than the Gutter Screw and your current screw. So what do you do about that? Simple, put the spike through the hole in the front of the gutter. Insert it into the 6" Ferrule. Now this is important, DON'T PUT IT BACK INTO THE OLD HOLE, angle the spike about 1/2" to the right or left of the existing hole. Hammer it in and it should grab just fine. If it doesn't, pull it out and install it slightly above or below the old hole, but that seldom needs to be done. Be sure to plug the ole hole with a good Polyurethane caulking to avoid moisture getting into the old hole.

Thread lenth

Asked by JOSEPH November 11, 2015
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1-1/2"

are these for 3" or 4" gutters ?

Asked by tony July 30, 2015
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These worked great for my 4" gutters. Just remember to go SLOW AND STEADY while applying STRONG and STEADY pressure to avoid stripping out the screw heads. Follow this advice and you'll be happy.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 101 reviews
  • 94% recommend this product
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Slow and steady, drill deeper
An excellent, solid product which will resuscitate and breathe many more years into your gutter system. After removing the nails/pins, the new screws feel solid enough to hang off the gutter to do pull ups. However, as the screw threads are larger than the original nails (that's why you bought them!) you need to ensure that the depth of the hole is correct. If your screws are slightly longer, then you need to drill deeper to make sure that your large-diameter screws aren't forced into new wood. I found this with the first few and ended up almost rounding off the square hole in the head. I then used pliers to finish turning the screws the final few threads to tighten up against the gutter. This leaves a mark on the screw heads and although you can't see any difference from the ground, you know it's there and not the perfect job you wanted. So, slow and steady with the torque and drill slightly deeper beforehand.
by Oilyrag
1 person found this helpful
The screws have a larger diameter than the gutter spikes, thus I needed to enlarge the hole in th...
The screws have a larger diameter than the gutter spikes, thus I needed to enlarge the hole in the gutter to install the screws, but the screws are stronger than the spikes and won't pull out of the facial like the spikes did. The box of screws included the ferrules and square bit driver.
by JAW
2 people found this helpful
I do rain gutter installation and repair and buy these in bulk. They are good replacements except...
I do rain gutter installation and repair and buy these in bulk. They are good replacements except for poor galvanizing as I find my supply is rusting quite easily while stored in my service truck. I have found 20% of them rusting and they are not even installed on a rain gutter yet. I worry about the square drive head rusting as well just from using the drive bit which chips the paint in the drive hole. I have not had any call backs so I don't know how many may have rusted but this is unacceptable for commercial work!!
by JackofTrades
9 people found this helpful
These gutter screws are solid and provide a secure mounting of the gutter to the fascia/roof jois...
These gutter screws are solid and provide a secure mounting of the gutter to the fascia/roof joist. Where gutter nails can come loose over time, these will stay put. The ferrul is a bit flimsy in comparison to the screw, so is easy to crush if the screw is over-torqued.
by patr
Worked as advertised....
Worked as advertised.
by Matt
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Didn't buy the 25-pack, rather 6 of the 10-packs but it's all good
Like others have said, use a drill that has some power and a backup battery as you will go through some battery changes while installing these. My home is a 1-level rancher on a basement and I used 57 of these around my gutters while completing the job in a little under 2.5 hours. I probably had <5 original nails that had come out or could be pulled out easily so those were replaced with these screws in the same holes they came out of. With the others, I drilled holes beside of the existing nailed fasteners and "doubled up" the strength of the gutters. My gutters now sit up properly, have no sag at all and should be good for many years to come. I just wish I had come across this product years ago as getting up on a ladder and trying to pound the existing nails back into place is a futile, pointless exercise. Go with these fasteners and if you're just the least bit handy, you will see and feel the difference. Can't wait for the next good rain now to see how they hold up!
by WVUkayak2001
1 person found this helpful
I installed the first ten of these screws on another house about 3.5 years ago, and they're still...
I installed the first ten of these screws on another house about 3.5 years ago, and they're still doing good; I see them every spring when I clean the gutters. I recently bought this box of 25 to replace some of the spikes on my house that are getting loose. Some tips on installing these: Use a drill with a good battery. You don't have to use an electric impact, but having a modern battery (NiMH or Li-Ion/lithium) helps. The first ten of these screws I ever installed were with a 10-year-old drill that had really tired NiCd batteries. I charged the batteries up all the way, but the drill still had trouble driving them in fully; I had to finish up a few of them with the square bit in a ratchet wrench. My newer drill, with lithium batteries, does just fine. If you're working from a ladder, put the ladder fairly close to the old spike you want to replace, so you don't have to lean over too far. You need to push fairly hard on the drill to keep the bit in the screw, and that's hard to do if you are leaning way over with the drill in one hand. It may help to cut a chunk of wood to the inside width of your gutter, and put that in the gutter, before you take the old spike and ferrule out. When your ladder is close to the spike, and you take the old ferrule out, the gutter tends to bend towards the house under the weight of your ladder. It will spring back into shape when you take the ladder away, but it makes it harder to force the new ferrule in between the front and back walls of the gutter. Do use the clutch on your drill. If you leave it set on "drill" (no clutch), and you drive the screw all the way down, it's possible to bend the ferrule under the screw. Don't ask me how I know. Keep the old ferrules (the tubes that the screws go through) around until you get done with the whole job. You sometimes find a spot where the old ferrule is just a little bit shorter, and the new one won't fit between the front and back of the gutter very easily; re-using the old one from that spot fixes the problem. It's also handy if you accidentally smash a new ferrule, as above. Sometimes you get a spot where the wood behind the gutter is too rotten for even this screw to "bite" in the old spike hole. The 100% correct thing to do in this situation is pull the whole gutter down to replace the wood. What is actually going to happen is that you're going to drill a new hole in the gutter a few inches over from the old one, and install the screw there. If you do that, I find it works best to use a regular drill bit to drill through the front of the gutter first, *then* install this screw; the point of the screw is enough to get through the back wall of the gutter on its own. All of the old spikes I pulled out were aluminum, and the bent ones went in the recycling right away. I took a few of the good spikes, cut them down a bit, filed a new point on them, and used them to hang up bird nest boxes on trees; they're long enough that you can leave an inch or so sticking out, to allow for future tree growth.
by Bob
3 people found this helpful
They work good...
They work good
by HomeDepotCustomer
Absolutely the perfect replacement product for the failing nails that were used at original const...
Absolutely the perfect replacement product for the failing nails that were used at original construction. All fit properly and attached as I desired. I would absolutely buy this product again.
by KennyLee
1 person found this helpful
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