The standard option is hot-dipped galvanized nails, which provide more corrosion-resistance than electro-galvanized or hot-galvanized materials. The most reliable material for pressure-treated wood is stainless steel. Use 6-d (2-inch) rink shank nails to fasten pickets and infill boards.
What's your preference? Screws or nails for a PT wooden fence? Options below. 1) 1 5/8" deck screws 2) 1 5/8 hot dipped galvanized screws .
I'm finishing a fencing job, and I need a suggestion for what nails and nail. They used 2in 6d smooth shank nails to attach the 1×6 to the rails.
Are galvanized nails ok or should I use stainless?. If you get a fencing company install a fence, they are going to staple/nail it.. what kind of wood are the pickets and 2×4's, and what kind of finish is going up on this fence?
Deck screws work fine for securing pickets though as they are lightly stressed.. hand driven nails may not match the results I have gotten over decades of fence .
You can use staples or nails to install the fence boards, but the Western Red Cedar Association has some definite ideas about which one to choose.