StarBorn DECKFAST Fascia Tool
Fascia screws sold separately.
Deckfast® Fascia System is the ultimate fastening solution for PVC and composite deck fascia boards. It is recommended by Trex®, Duralife® and other leading manufacturers. The Fascia System is specifically designed to handle the large amount of expansion and contraction that can occur with many fascia boards, keeping them securely in place. The system consists of two precisely engineered components: (1) the pre-drilling and countersinking Fascia Tool, based on patented Smart-Bit® technology, and (2) specially-designed color matched Fascia Screws. The Fascia Tool creates an over-sized hole for the Fascia Screw so that the board can expand and contract freely without applying significant force to the shank of the screw. Fascia Screws are available in both Headcote® stainless steel and epoxy coated carbon steel, in colors to match popular decking products. The Fascia System is designed for use with 1/2” to 3/4” fascia profiles. Approved for use with ACQ treated lumber. Follow the decking manufacturer’s recommendation when selecting either stainless or epoxy coated screws. For applications exposed to salt air, near large bodies of water, swimming pools or other areas where corrosion is more likely to occur, use Marine Grade 316 Headcote® or Marine Grade 316 Headcote® Cap-Tor® xd.
Free Spinning Stop Collar with O-ring
The stop collar spins free of the drill bit, prevent marring or burnishing of the fascia board surface.
Anti-clog Debris Cavity
The cavity gathers waste material, keeping it clear of the countersink.
The Fascia Tool matches the head diameter and countersink depth of the Fascia Screw for the perfect hole and fit.
Pre-set Shaft length
Together with the countersink, the overall hole depth is designed for use with fascia boards from 1/2" to 3/4" thick.
Follow the deck fascia board manufacturer's installation instructions. The DECKFAST Fascia System is designed for use with fascia boards from 1/2" to 3/4" thick. Use the Fascia Tool to pre-drill and countersink all holes in the fascia board. The hole is complete when the stop collar stops spinning. Set the fascia board in place and fasten with Fascia Screws. Drive screws until flush with the fascia board; do not over-tighten. The fascia board should hang from the screws to allow for expansion and contraction.