Flat Head Socket Cap Screws and A449 or A325 Flat Head Bolts
Flat head bolts feature a flat head and a measurable side height that causes the bolts to protrude above the mating surface when tightened completely. Right below the flat head is a square neck and a threaded section with a unified thread pitch, which prevents them turning after the nut is tightened. The flat head feature provides a lower profile on the front or top side of the installation.
Get The Flat Head Bolts You Need, Quickly
Flat head bolts are used in many applications, including many related to the garage door industry. No matter what you may need them for, you can trust that the sizes and types you require will be available through our catalog, including flat head socket cap screws and A449 and A325 flat head bolts. We can also provide you with these and other bolts very quickly, thanks to our delivery capabilities.
Why Source Flat Head Bolts from BACO Enterprises?
Whether you require hex lag screws, hex tap bolts, or carriage bolts, there are many reasons to source these and other components from Baco Enterprises. This includes our dedication to customer service and prompt fulfillment of every order we receive. If you’re looking for competitive pricing, our longtime relationship with the world’s most trusted fastener manufacturers allows us to pass significant savings and value on to you.
What You Can Expect From BACO Enterprises
You can expect Baco Enterprises to meet your needs fast and help you ensure that the products you get from us will meet your requirements. We're able to do this thanks to our in-house product testing and inspection practices, and our job-site surveying services that help you determine whether a fastener is properly suited to your application. We also offer some of the speediest delivery you'll find anywhere and can offer 24-hour shipment to many locations in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Virginia.