Wood Screw Is Now Available in Red for Use with Redwood

Simpson Strong-Tie, a manufacturer of engineered structural connectors and building solutions, offers its Deck-Drive DSV Wood screw in red, designed specifically for use with redwood.Simpson Strong-Tie, a manufacturer of engineered structural connectors and building solutions, offers its Deck-Drive DSV Wood screw in red, designed specifically for use with redwood.

Simpson Strong-Tie, a manufacturer of engineered structural connectors and building solutions, offers its Deck-Drive DSV Wood screw in red, designed specifically for use with redwood.

Simpson Strong-Tie, a manufacturer of engineered structural connectors and building solutions, offers its Deck-Drive DSV Wood screw in red, designed specifically for use with redwood.

Simpson Strong-Tie, a manufacturer of engineered structural connectors and building solutions, offers its Deck-Drive DSV Wood screw in red, designed specifically for use with redwood. The screw is already available in gray and tan to match other types of lumber.

The DSV Wood screw makes preservative-treated wood decking projects and other exterior applications faster and easier with up to 35 percent more screws driven per battery charge. With its fast-start high-low tip, the DSV screw easily pierces deck boards, and its flat head with under-head nibs ensures easier countersinking. The screw’s heavy No. 10 shank diameter helps withstand the expansion or contraction that is common with fast-growth lumber, and its Quik Guard coating provides added corrosion resistance.

The fastener is offered in a variety of sizes to fasten decking, fascia and trim. Contractors can choose from hand-drive screws or collated screw strips for use with the Simpson Strong-Tie Quik Drive auto-feed screw driving system.

To find a dealer near you, download the Simpson Strong-Tie Dealer Locator mobile app to your iPhone or iPad from the App Store or iTunes.

www.strongtie.com/deckdrive

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