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Customer Reviews for Tapcon 3/16 in. x 2-3/4 in. Phillips-Flat-Head Concrete Anchors (25-Pack)

Internet #100152410

Model #24265

Store SKU #460246

  • Designed for fastening into solid concrete, brick or hollow block
  • Coated for corrosion protection
  • Strong enough for heavy duty projects

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 791 reviews
  • 78% recommend this product
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The Tapcon Concrete Anchors is a good choice for fastening to masonry. The fasteners come in a ve...
The Tapcon Concrete Anchors is a good choice for fastening to masonry. The fasteners come in a verity of sizes and hold fast in concrete and brick. You do have to use a masonry drill bit to make the hole for the Tapcon anchor screw. The screws can be removed easily, unlike masonry nails.
by DaveG
Really good and easy to install in a concrete wall...
Really good and easy to install in a concrete wall
by MHidalgo
Useless
Bought these in 2 3/4 inch to attach a 2 x4 to my concrete garage floor. I even predrilled holes in the concrete so they would go in easier. I tried securing 6 tapcon screws and all 6 twisted off leaving metal sticking out of the floor. Had to wreck my concrete to get the broken screws out and then fill the damaged areas with concrete patck. THANKS TAPCON.
by Hawaii
Many screws defective
Several of the screws in the package were defective and had to be discarded. Several of the screws had heads that were filled with metal, making it impossible to get the bit inside the head.
by Flagman
post install on concrete
I used these to install posts for vinyl fencing on top of concrete to anchor the posts in place utilizing one in each corner
by DannyC
Worked like it was supposed to do. Very pleased
Worked like it was supposed to do. Very pleased
by Vegan1
The screws work really well. The drill bit doesn't last too long when drilling into HARD concrete...
The screws work really well. The drill bit doesn't last too long when drilling into HARD concrete. I would get one drill bit for every 10-15 screws. Also, the drill motor used is important. If the bearings are loose or the bit wobbles, it can cause the hole to be JUST a little to wide. This causes the screw to strip the concrete. If this happens, I add a wood wedge.
by MaxGyver
Easy to use and held tight with anchoring the handrail in the masonry block
Easy to use and held tight with anchoring the handrail in the masonry block
by Rob
Just what I needed. Mounting a mantel on a fire place. Drilled six holes put in six screws in the...
Just what I needed. Mounting a mantel on a fire place. Drilled six holes put in six screws in the mounting board. Mounted the Mantel. Customer said I made look easy. It is easy when you have the correct screws.
by Luds
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I attached several boxwood panels to a block wall using a combo hammer/rotary drill. The screws...
I attached several boxwood panels to a block wall using a combo hammer/rotary drill. The screws and the included drill bit worked very well and never gave me any problems. I used about 100 screws. I will be using again for various projects.
by Fernando
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