How to Use Wall Anchors

It’s important to know how to use wall anchors so there are no issues with them loosening up or damaging the wall. At Fasteners, Inc. in Denver, we offer a broad assortment of standard and specialized fasteners like the perfect wall anchor for every surface, as well as bolts, nuts, washers, screws, rivets, clips, clamps,…
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Get to Know the Various Fastener Materials

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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Common Fasteners for Common Repair Jobs

If you need common fasteners for common repair jobs, including nails, screws, and bolts, our staff at Fasteners, Inc. in Denver can help you decide what will work best for your project. We have them all. According to a How Stuff Works article, the particular purposes of nails, screws, and bolts vary depending on your…
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The Fascinating History of Fasteners

You can get all the nuts, bolts, and screws you need at Fasteners, Inc. in Denver but do you know the fascinating history 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…
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Know Your Screws and Their Uses

Our fastener experts at Fasteners, Inc. work hard to help you know your screws and their uses. Screws are one of the most popular and often used fasteners and although they may look alike, there are differences. Depending on your project, you will need different types of screws. According to a Bob Villa article, there…
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Know Your Bolts and Their Many Uses

There are so many kinds of bolts, but Fasteners, Inc. can help you get to know your bolts and their many uses. Basically, a bolt is a small metal rod with threads and a head and it uses a nut fastener with a threaded hole to assemble two unthreaded components. It may seem simple, but…
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Vibration Used in the Process of Sorting Fasteners

As the experts in fasteners, Fasteners, Inc. in Denver likes to share insight with our customers, such as how vibration used in the process of sorting fasteners. You might not know about it, but machines for inspecting and sorting fasteners require a smooth, constant flow to prevent stops and time-consuming handling by workers. Suppliers are…
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Solid Rivets Are Ideal Fasteners

Solid rivets are ideal fasteners and 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…
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Nails Versus Screws-When is it Right to Use a Screw?

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…
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How Strong Are Rivets?

If you’re looking for fasteners for your construction project, come to Fasteners, Inc. in Denver. We will answer your questions like: how strong are rivets? Then we can help you decide if rivets will work for your construction needs. Rivets fasten together two or more pieces of material of varying thickness. They won’t loosen once…
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Choosing the Right Fastener for Your Construction Project

At Fasteners, Inc. in Denver, we know that choosing the right fastener for your construction project is important. Our extensive inventory of over 30,000 products includes materials ranging from aluminum to stainless, to heat-treated steel. And, we are an industrial distributor for the Huck Fastening System, including Magna-Bulb, C6L, C50L, Magna-Grip, BOM, Huck Automatic Rivets,…
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