Pro-Tect Pool Enclosure Kit - White

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Pro-Tect Pool Fastener Kit - White

PRO-TECT Pool Enclosure Kit - White

Buy the kit and SAVE! - This kit includes all items necessary for your installation - 100 Pro-Tect Sleeves, 100 Pro-Tect Caps, 100 1/4" x 3-1/4" Blue-Tap concrete anchors, and a Pro-Tect auger. For a limited time - you also get a free 5/16" drive bit!

This pool enclosure kit is available in a choice of finishes; white or bronze.

The PRO-TECT* Fastener Protection System design allows for a sleeve to repel down to the firm concrete giving rigidity to the aluminum around the fastener reducing the risk of over torque and creating a gully in the aluminum where water will collect. This shaft encases the fastener and protects from salt, air and water intrusion.

With the added protection of the color matched glass reinforced nylon cap, water and salt is now repelled away from the fastener head. This Pro-Tect cap and sleeve system also solves the problem of electrolysis or aluminum deterioration and fastener corrosion due to dissimilar metals touching, as they are not in contact. Now a more cost effective, stronger, Miami-Dade Approved ceramic-coated Carbon Steel BLUE-TAP can be used, adding strength and stability to a now worry-free installation process. Please refer to our "How To" Videos tab for easy installation tips.

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  • 5
    Pro-Tect Pool Enclosure Kit - White

    Posted by Mark on Jun 4th 2020

    The bottim frame of my screen enclosure had become weathered and the original metal screws were rusted. I purchased new 1" x 2" frames rails from Lowes and installed them with the PRO-TECT Pool Enclosure kit. These tapcons were easy to install and cap and will never rust again. Very good product.

  • 5
    Best investment and worked exactly as described

    Posted by Bill on Apr 23rd 2020

    Easy to do and adds that concealed element

  • 5
    Pro-Tect Pool Enclosure Kit - White PRO-TECT

    Posted by Hec on Apr 15th 2020

    Purchased the Pro-Tect Pool Enclosure Kit-White. Excellent product, what a diference it make. Extra bits included for my 96 screw replacement project, Thank you!

  • 5
    This is the kit to get

    Posted by Charles Thompson on Jul 30th 2019

    I purchased the Pro-Tect Pool Enclosure Kit on a handyman friend's recommendation. He said they were a dramatic upgrade to the brittle, rusty screws our pool cages were built with. The dude was right! The Pro-Tect kit is a truly high-end product. The blue screws are super-long and much tougher than the builder-grade screws. The sleeves and caps add further measures of protection against the harsh Florida climate. The installation tools are first-rate, as are the instructions. They even tell you what to do if the old screw heads break off, which of course mine did. Everything worked like a charm. I did have one question for Florida Fasteners Direct, and they came through like champions. Once my pool cage foundation project is complete, I will be back for the Nylo Tech kit.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on May 24th 2019

    Made our Florida room look like new! Highly recommend

  • 5
    This kit supplied more than enough product to complete the project. The screws are easy to install and seem to firmly anchor the enclosure rail to the concrete slab. The drill bit dulled after drilling only 6 holes. This probably was due to my slab t

    Posted by jim secrest on May 5th 2019

    This company produces a great product at a very reasonable price. Given my experience I would rate their customer relations way above the norm.

  • 5
    Lania anchor kit

    Posted by Archie. Parsons on Apr 24th 2019

    Not often am I 100% satisfied with a product. In this case 100% happy. Easy to use and install

  • 5

    Posted by Arnie on Apr 11th 2019

    Great Product, Great people to work with!

  • 5
    Perfect Solution to Rusted Screen House / Lanai Anchors

    Posted by SteveS on Mar 27th 2019

    This kit contains everything you need. The video shows how to do it and 90% of my screws came right out. The drill lasted for the entire job but there was a spare just in case. I had a couple stubborn screws where the head was so rusted, the driver just spun. I managed to grab hold of them with a vice grip and either snap the head or work them out. I had a couple 1/8" brackets which mounted directly to the floor. They offer special order version of these but for the few I had, I just used a scissors and clipped off the guides to the depth of the brackets. I'd recommend a pretty good driver for drilling and torquing down the screws. I used a Ryobi 18V 1/2" hammer drill which was perfect.