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Which is better for attaching furring strips to framing for hanging shiplap siding? Ceramic screws or stainless steel? They'll have to go through 1/2 playwood + 2" polyiso rigid foam + 3/4" furring strip itself before they hit the framing. 3/4" -1" into framing should be fine. So a 4" or 4 1/2" screw...which material for holding up in weather?

Stainless Steel.
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went to home depot for metal roof screws but they only had max widths of 4mm, same as what my roof currently uses. Need a wider diameter (not longer) screw for the roof holes in the wood that have been compromised over the years and will no longer hold a standard size screw. are they available? 
    

what size shank are your old screws?
    

hang on 
    

here is a pdf that shows shank size dimentions 
    

shank is 1", diameter is 1/4".  diameter of 3/8" would be ideal 
    

ok, more difficult because #14 or 1/4" shank is pretty standard. 
    

you would need to replace it with a #17. i have to see if a 1 inch is available.
    

since you are replacing a screw, you do not need to replace with another self drilling screw   
    

correct, but i do need the type with the rubber washer
    

maybe people just fill the oversized holes with some type of wood hardener that's waterproof? i used silicone but it doesn't hold the screws 
    

i have never heard of anyone doing that in 35 years. they always jump to the next size so the threads can tap again
     
#17 would be your best bet
   

i do know that some people who have to replace #14 screws, will jump to a 5/16 lag type screw and put a bonded neo washer on it to seal
    

thx! 
    

no problem. good luck!
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Hi, we are going to use dacromat coated screw in one of our project, should we consider any consideration during fastening the screw in order to prevent coat damage?

no

Thanks
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