Door Hinge Screws

  • Extra Long Door Hinge Wood Screws

    From $104 Each
  • Steel Flat Head Philips Screws, 100 Pack

    From $500 Per Pack
  • Solid Brass Door Hinge Screws

    From $065 Each
  • Stainless Steel Screw #7 x 3/4"

    $009 Each
  • Large Stainless Steel Pan Head Screws

    $193 Per Pack
  • Steel Screws for Door Hinges

    $035 Each
  • Large Flat Head Stainless Steel Screws

    From $059 Per Pack
  • Large Flat Head Brass Screws

    $212 Each
  • Medium Flat Head Steel Screws

    From $155 Per Pack
  • Extra Screws for Iron Hinges and Dummy Straps

    From $029 Each
  • Large Flat Head Steel Screws

    $155 Per Pack

You simply can't complete the installation of a hinge without having the right accessories on hand. At HardwareSource, we carry a wide selection of door hinge screws that are specifically tailored to fit most of the hinges we keep in stock. Whether you are in the market for flat head screws or pyramid head screws, we have all your needs covered in one convenient place. We try to make it as easy as possible for you to find the hardware you need for a fair price. We are also here to answer any questions you may have while exploring our inventory. Shop by screw length, head type, drive type, base material, or finish group to narrow your search and find the perfect door screws for your project.

We offer solid brass screws in many of the most common and popular finishes, such as oil-rubbed bronze, polished brass, and satin nickel, just to name a few. Brass fittings and fasteners are highly durable and extremely tolerant of high temperatures. Brass is also resistant to corrosion, which means that it can hold up well in coastal areas. We offer large flat head brass screws as well as extra-long wood screws for door hinges that are longer than normal. Extra-long screws are also used to increase the holding power of a hinge by anchoring deep into the wood frame behind the jamb.

We also offer steel and stainless steel screws, which offer a handful of benefits over other base materials. Steel is just one of those materials you can always count on to last. This sturdy material is resistant to corrosion, which means that it will not rust or tarnish over time. Steel is also remarkably strong and will hold up well in harsh, corrosive environments as well as areas with very high or low temperatures. Another advantage of choosing steel is that it is easy to maintain and clean, so you can keep the clean appearance of your door hinges for many years to come. Our steel door hinge screws are available in a variety of finishes, including polished or satin chrome, satin brass, satin nickel, and primed for painting. Our large flat-head steel screws are sold by the pack and available in a wide range of sizes. If you need extra screws for iron hinges and dummy straps, we offer door screws in a flat black finish in three head types.

Please feel free to contact us or chat online with one of our hardware experts if you have any questions or concerns.