Fastening hardware is designed to provide those finishing touches to your workpieces, building objects, and other devices that need adhesives and security in place. Hardware solidifies those pieces together as one and makes it easier to access particular spaces with the help of fastening hardware. You can also open and close areas with ease and lock them in place using our fastening hardware. Most of our fastening hardware is made from steel for longevity and durability.
Nuts are built in a cylinder shape and are adjusted around a bolt to hold the bolt into place. The nuts work in conjunction with the bolts to add further security to the objects and fasten structures in place that are secured by the bolts. Without the nuts, however, the bolts cannot function and will fall out of place. Nuts can be tightened and loosened, depending on the needs of your structure. You likely have nuts and bolts in various structures around your home or commercial space.
The bolt is similar to a screw but is not implanted into a material to secure another but is instead used to add strength between the two materials and bind them safely without damages. Bolts work in conjunction with nuts to provide ongoing safety and durability when fastening to objects together to secure them in place. Without nuts, the bolts will fall out of place and become loose, thus, loosening up the objects and failing as a fastener.
Screws are created to implant and connect different surfaces or materials to create one larger one. You can screw in doors to the doorframe, screw-in legs to a table, and use screws to secure windows, flooring, and other pieces of building materials together for security and continued use. Without using screws, your objects could easily fall out of place when being used or slowly deteriorate over time, as the purpose of the screw is to hold it in place and keep it secure during use. When this does not occur, your screw can then be tightened or replaced for further reinforcement.
Hinges are often also made from steel and comprise brackets that are then sealed in place using nuts and bolts or screws. Depending on how the hinges are set up, they can be installed on the interiors of a frame and concealed. For smaller doors, you may only require one or two hinges, while larger doors will typically require 3 to 4 hinges. The hinges are separated and evenly spaced to account for the weight and size of the door. Having too much weight or pressure on one single hinge can result in a dragging door that fails to open properly. We can assist with the installation of multiple hinges and offer a variety of hinges, depending on the door that they are being affixed onto. When your hinges become loose, you can either adjust the screw or simply replace it with a newer and tighter one to keep your hinge in working order.