Construction Fasteners, There are So Many

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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When to Use a Nail, Bolt or Screw

Where do you go for help when deciding on a nail, bolt or screw? Fasteners, Inc. in Denver has an inventory of over 30,000 items and if we don’t have the perfect choice of a nail, bolt or screw for your project, we’ll get it. When you are securing, attaching, and fastening it’s hard to…
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Your Quick Guide to Different Fastener Types

One of the hardest parts of construction projects is choosing the right fastener types to complete that project. There is a vast variety of fasteners though. Bolts, nails, and screws come in a wide range of designs and can be used for just as wide a range of projects. Knowing the right kind to use…
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Fasteners for Home Decoration and Repair

Today, Fasteners Inc. in Denver discusses common fasteners for home decoration and repair. As an industry leader, we carry a massive inventory of the best fasteners available, and we have the insight you need to determine the best fasteners for all those jobs around your home or for your next project. So, let’s get to…
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Are Fasteners Reusable?

As you plan a project, you may be asking yourself, “Are fasteners reusable?” If so, here are helpful tips from Fasteners, Inc. in Denver on how to determine if a fastener can be reused or not. It is always better to know ahead of time whether your fasteners are suitable to be used again or…
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Fasteners for Building a Deck

When choosing fasteners for building a deck, Fasteners, Inc. in Denver has the most extensive selection of fasteners to select from and over 100 years combined experience. Our expertise enables us to offer all the products you need, whether you’re building a deck for your home or operate a business building decks for homeowners across…
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How to Choose Wood Screw Length

At Fasteners, Inc. in Denver, we believe that knowing how to choose wood screw length is going to help you determine a better fastener to use and hence create a better product. We’d like to share some tips on just what to look for, depending on your specific project. The American Wood Council offers a…
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Bolts and Thread Galling

At Fasteners Inc. in Denver, we would like to share some pointers on bolts and thread galling. Thread galling is also known as cold welding and although that may sound like a good thing, it’s actually not! Once galling has taken place, the only way to get the bolt out again is to split the…
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Deciding on a Nail, Bolt or Screw

Where do you go for help when deciding on a nail, bolt or screw? Fasteners, Inc. in Denver has an inventory of over 30,000 items and if we don’t have the perfect nail, bolt or screw for your projects, we’ll get it. When you are securing, attaching, and fastening it’s hard to know which fastener…
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Choosing the Right Fastener for the Build

At Fasteners, Inc. in Denver, we know that choosing the right fastener for the build is a key decision. If you have a construction project, the right choice of fasteners means a successful completion of your work, so it’s important to understand the type and scope of the project and role the fastener plays in…
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All About Bolts, Nuts, and Washers

No matter the project, it’s important to know all about bolts, nuts, and washers, so you choose the right fastener. Fasteners, Inc. in Denver can help you determine what length, gauge, shape, strength, and material that you will need for your project. Bolts Bolts go through a pre-drilled hole in two or more materials. Bolts…
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Basics of 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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