Hardware used to attach two or more objects to each other. A common example is a nail.

Things you need to know

Fasteners used in outdoor applications should be able to stand up to the weather conditions to avoid rust and corrosion. Some examples include galvanized, ceramic, and polymer coated fasteners.

Cost Considerations

Make sure to choose the best fasteners for the job even if they cost more, because removing and replacing rusted ones will cost more than buying corrosion-resistant fasteners to begin with.

Costs vary greatly by region (and even by zip code). To get free estimates from local contractors, please indicate yours.

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