Avoid messy glues and nails with stainless steel cladding screws. These will not damage the timber should they need to be removed.
Stainless steel for excellent resistance to corrosion.
Holds cladding in place for peace of mind and security.
We recommend that you insert the screw at an angle of 30° – 45° to the exposed face on the tongue side, and start where the tongue & face intersect.
This will drive the screw through the board and out into the substrate. Make sure the head of the screw sits beneath the tongue so it does not interfere with the next board.
For a secure fix, we advise that you insert a screw every 300mm (minimum). Please note: If inserting a screw 50mm from the end of the board, we recommend that you pre-drill to eliminate splitting.