I really like their sawtooth screws. It will usually say in the
description for each type, if it's sawtooth.
The tips has a notch cut in it which acts like a drill bit, and the
first few grooves have sharp offset ridges that cut threads into the
wood. It means you don't have to pre-drill in many hardwoods, and you
get less splitting in all woods.
To me, that alone, makes them worth every penny.
"Playing is not something I do at night, it's my function in life"
For exterior use I try my best to find stainless fasteners (not always
possible). For interior it depends on my mood.
Stainless all the way.
McFeeley's is really good to deal with. I bought a couple of thousand
yellow zink screws to fasten the subfloor down when we recarpeted my
my previous house (didn't want squeaks when we sold it). I send an
order off to them anytime I start a project and have an assortment of
their stuff just in case.
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