Coach screws have a hexagon head and must be tightened with a socket, wrench, or spanner. You will find the appropriate tool under the heading 'Corresponding to this product' for every wood screw or in our socket and open-end wrenches category.
We also recommend that you always pre-drill. This ensures that the coach screws turn easily and straight into the wood. For M6 coach screws, use a 4 mm hardwood drill and a 6 mm hardwood drill for M8 coach screws.
Do you use Construction Lag Screws or Coach Screws?
Is speed an important factor for you when doing odd jobs? Then use our popular construction lag screws with Torx drive! These are extra grippy due to the Torx drive, where they can be screwed in faster than coach screws.
Ordering Hot Dip Galvanized Coach Screws
Order your extra-strong hot-dip galvanized coach screws from Wovar today, and take advantage of our volume discount by ordering larger quantities in one go.
Renewable Energy and Renovation contractors, such as Handyman companies, construction companies, and gardeners, receive extra benefits at Wovar, such as fixed discounts with a business account.
Are hot dip galvanized coach screws not quite what you are looking for? Then, take a look at our full range of coach screws. In addition to hot-dip galvanized coach screws, Wovar also supplies normal galvanized coach screws, coach screws made of stainless steel, and black coach screws!