A broad definition of fasteners, including their types and uses

Fasteners have so many uses and purposes that a specific definition is difficult to achieve. But an easily recognizable and understandable definition of fasteners would be “nuts, bolts, screws and washers”. Fasteners are used to hold something in place, be it a water pump on a pickup, the tin on a roof, a dry wall…
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What to Know About Construction Fasteners

Fasteners Inc knows all about construction fasteners, as well as how to decide on the correct material to use for the job. Here is some information on types of fasteners and how to choose the right one. When deciding on which fastener to use, the following factors should be considered: – Material weight – Area…
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How to budget for your construction project with affordable fasteners

If you are starting a small construction project or are ready to break ground on an entirely new structure, creating an accurate budget if of the utmost importance. Before you put in the cornerstone, you need to have a definitive statement on the amount of money available to spend for the duration of the project…
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The main types of construction fasteners

No matter what type of construction project you undertake, the trickiest part is finding the right fastener for the job. This guide will help you select the right fastening system. Bolts Bolts work great for things you need to disassemble, such as a shelf. However, bolts require a nut to hold them in place. Screws…
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How to Choose the Right Fastener for Your Project

Nails, bolts, screws… there are many types of fasteners that you can choose from when completing a construction project. How do you know which fastener to choose to get the best quality finished product? Let’s get a better understanding of the fasteners and what type of fastener works best with different materials. 1. Nails Nails…
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The Evolution of Fasteners, BC to the Present

You can get all the nuts, bolts, and screws you need at Fasteners, Inc. in Denver but do you know the evolution of fasteners? If you think about it, almost everything built requires some type of fastener, like appliances, cars, doors, airplanes, houses, and even computers. So how did we get to this modern world…
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Fastener Materials, What are Bolts and Screws Made From?

At Fasteners, Inc. in Denver, we know that the world couldn’t exist without fasteners. So, let’s get to know the various fastener materials. It’s really amazing how fasteners can do so many different things depending on what they are made out of and their design. Most people have no idea that fasteners can be made…
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Which Fastening System Should You Use to Build a Large Deck?

If you are building a large deck, the first thing to determine is how you want to secure the material. There are many types of hardware with which to fasten your decking material together, but which one should you choose? Each fastening system has advantages and drawbacks, depending on the location, size, and materials of…
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Construction Fasteners

At Fasteners, Inc. in Denver, we know that the basics of construction fasteners include figuring out the type of material for the job, such as carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel and others. The construction industry uses fasteners to join two or more things together, and that could be just about anything. That’s why we…
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Nails Or Screws

Need information about fasteners, including the common question of nails versus screws-when is it right to use a screw? Just ask our staff at Fasteners, Inc. in Denver to help you find the fastener that will work best for your project. Because we’ve been in the fastener business since 1965, we know when it’s time to reach…
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Rivets…A Great Fastener

Let talk about Solid rivets, Fasteners, Inc. in Denver has solid rivets for any application. If you need them, we can help you decide which rivet will work best for your project. As for news out of the rivet world, a manufacturer known as the GESIPA group has created a new business unit for solid riveting…
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Welcome to our new website and blog

After a couple of months of planning and work, we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website.  We wanted a website that was geared to our clients and informing them of our products and services. We value your opinion We hope you like the look of the website, so feel free to…
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