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Plastic fasteners to hold the vapor barrier permanently to the foundation wall. These pins have a one way spine to keep them from being pulled out.

Available in 100 piece bag and 1000 piece bag.

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The Foundation Pins™ are used to permanently secure the vapor barrier™ to the foundation wall. These pins are inserted into a 1/4" hole drilled by a hammer drill. They are to be installed every two foot, two in each corner and anywhere is cut around obstructions. These pins come in packs of 100 pieces or 1000 pieces and are required for a lasting bond to the foundation wall. The heads of our pins will not break off nor will the pin come out of the hole as with other pins on the market.

**Remember to figure enough pins for 1 every 2' and 2 in each corner (one for each wall about 2" out of the corner). It is not necessary to install Foundation Pins in concrete supports (piers).

  • 1.25 inches long
  • Inserts into a 1/4" hole
  • One way spine keeps them secure
  • Lasts a lifetime+
  • Matches all of our vapor barrier/liners
  • 1 bag of 100 pins for 100pk
  • 1 bag of 1000 pins for 1000pk
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Pins were easy to tap into place. I used an inexpensive 1/2" 7amp hammer drill with a 1/4" drill bit for masonry. Once the hole was drilled the pin pushed in place and tapped in with a hammer.

Clarksville TN

quality product, does the job

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Used it for the support of 15mil vapor barrier. We put it approx every 12" although you can space them further we just had plenty. There is no removing them so make sure you drill deep enough to install them all the way in.

MN

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These pins go hand in hand with the foundation tape. Really easy to drill in to your walls and pound these pins in. Luckily I didn't have any concrete block to drill into, but with wood its super easy.

PA

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The pins worked exactly as described and made a tricky job much easier. The large heads made it easy to hit the mark, as well as being a large surface to better secure the vapor barrier. The quality and design was very good and the price was much less than a tapcon. This was my first crawl space experience (hopefully my last), but the products purchased were perfect and the tech support was professional, courteous, very helpful.

Savannah GA

Simple Effective Solution

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I was thinking about skipping these and securing the liner to the walls with a batten strip instead. I'm glad I bought them. They work great; you just need to drill a 1/4 hole and push them in.