Hex Lag Screws

Plain, Zinc, HDG, And Stainless Steel Hex Lag Screws

Hex lag screws are also known as lag bolts. This type of fastener features a hex head and sharp pointed threads that extend a minimum 2/3 of the length of the shaft. A hex lag screw or bolt is used in wood construction and is meant to securely connect wooden materials to any other type of wood or metal material.


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Name
Spec
Finish
Length
Dia
Min-Qty
Price
A307
Plain
10"
1/2"
A307
Plain
11"
1/2"
A307
Plain
12"
1/2"
A307
Plain
1-3/4"
1/2"
A307
Plain
2"
1/2"
A307
Plain
2-1/2"
1/2"
A307
Plain
3"
1/2"
A307
Plain
3-1/2"
1/2"
A307
Plain
4"
1/2"
A307
Plain
4-1/2"
1/2"

Hex Lag Screws And Bolts To Meet Your Needs

Our inventory includes a comprehensive selection of hex lag screws and bolts in many different sizes. We also offer these fasteners in a range of finish options that include plain, stainless steel, zinc and hot dipped galvanized (HDG). We can easily provide hex lag screws that meet with A307 or TP304 specs and others.

Why Source Hex Lag Screws From BACO Enterprises?

When you source hex lag screws from us, or similar components such as plain hex cap screws and zinc self drilling screws, you can trust that you’ll receive speedy order fulfillment and dedicated service that’s focused on your requirements. Our practices include on-site testing and inspection in order to assure all products meet with careful performance standards. We can even travel to your job site and provide surveying services to make sure these fasteners will meet with your specific needs.

What You Can Expect From BACO Enterprises

Our customers have come to expect attentive service and a speedy response to their needs. Our longtime relationships with the world's leading fastener manufacturers allow us to offer our customers highly competitive pricing on quality products. We also provide some of the quickest delivery you'll find anywhere-as little as 24 hours to many locations in the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Virginia.