Deck Jig™

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Get a Longer-Lasting Deck with this Concealed Fastening System

  • Easy-grip handle gives you a secure hold and complete control over each and every joint
  • Hardened-steel drill guides keep the stepped drill bit and driver bit at the precise, optimal angle
  • Handy spacer rings ensure accurate deck board spacing for proper drainage and longer deck life
  • Three hardened-steel drill guides let you install deck boards in a variety of hard-to-reach areas
  • Kreg hardened-steel drill guides feature a lifetime warranty



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Get a Longer-Lasting Deck with this Concealed Fastening System
Whether you’re building a new deck or refinishing an old one, you want to do the job right. With the Kreg Deck Jig, and a few simple tools you already own, you can create a beautiful and functional deck surface that is completely free of exposed fasteners and painful splinters. Traditional concealed-decking systems utilize awkward steel fasteners or thin plastic clips to hold your deck boards in place. The Kreg Deck Jig™ utilizes a more straightforward approach, creating an incredibly strong wood-to-wood bond through precisely-placed self-tapping screws.

Standard Deck vs. Kreg Deck
Get the deck you want, without any unsightly exposed nails or screws. The Deck Jig uses specialized self-tapping screws that are driven at a precise angle into the edge of your deck boards so they stay hidden from view. Where seasonal changes might force traditional fasteners out of place with time, Kreg screws stay protected safely below the surface for a longer-lasting deck. By coupling the Kreg Deck Jig with composite decking, you’ll get a deck free of cracks, splinters, or “pop-out” fasteners.

Drill. Drive. Done!
Securing a deck board with the Kreg Deck Jig takes three simple steps. First, you drill holes into the edge of your deck board using the specialized stepped bit, guided by the jig’s hardened-steel drill guides. Next, drive the specialized self-tapping deck screws through the same drill guides and into the joist as the depth collar precisely controls the depth. That’s it, you’re done! You’ve just created an incredibly strong and sturdy joint with no visible fastener.

Works with a Wide Variety of Decking Materials
For best results, we recommend composite deck boards that prevent shrinking, swelling, and splitting. Select a solid composite material without machined grooves in the edges. Also works great with native softwoods such as Redwood and Cedar, along with certain tropical hardwoods like Ipe, Red Balau, and Ironwood.

Deck Screws
Kreg Deck Screws were designed specifically for use with the Kreg Deck Jig, although they can also be used as simple face-screws for a variety of outdoor projects. All Kreg Deck Screws feature a KTX #1 Square Drive to reduce cam-out, a flat-bottom head that helps prevent splitting, and a self-tapping tip that drills its own hole as it’s driven.

Deck Screws are available in two weather-resistant finishes: Protec-Kote™ and Stainless. Protec-Kote™ screws feature three anti-corrosion layers that protect against rusting in a wide variety of decking applications. They’re a good choice for a wide variety of decking applications, including ACQ-treated lumber. For even more protection, choose Stainless. Kreg Stainless Screws provide the best protection against corrosion in the long-term.

Use standard Deck Screws with 4/4 to 5/4 (3/4" to 11/8") stock, and use 25/8" Deck Screws for use with 2x material including 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8s, etc.

ICC-ES ESR # 3258 Verifies that Kreg Deck Jig Meets Code Requirements.

Kreg Deck Jig, manufactured by Kreg Tool Company, recently received an evaluation report (ESR # 3258) from ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES), providing evidence that this concealed deck fastening system from Kreg meets code requirements. Building officials, architects, contractors, specifiers, designers and others utilize ICC-ES Evaluation Reports to provide a basis for using or approving Kreg Deck Jig in construction projects under the 2009 International Building Code (IBC) and the 2009 International Residential Code (IRC).



Standard deck screws work with 4/4 to 5/4 (3/4" to 11/8") stock

25/8" deck screws are required for use with 2x material, including 2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8s, etc.


Deck Jig, 100 Protec-Kote™ deck screws, 6" Deck Jig™ drill bit, 6" KTX square driver bit, (3) 5/16" spacer rings, (3) 1/4" spacer rings, (2) stop collars, (1) Allen wrench, instructional DVD, and complete Owner's Manual, all inside of a durable carrying case.


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Reviews for "Deck Jig™"

Average Review:

Wish I stumbled across this last year!!!

I happened upon this tool by mistake while I was looking at pinterest projects. I re-seated all the screws in my deck last year as the installer did some funky screw placement, stripped a few screws and left others sticking up. I wish I had this tool last year! After watching several of the Kreg videos, I'm headed to the hardware store to buy several for projects I can't wait to finish, and start more!


By Michelle Steidl

January 12, 2019


We removed a hot tub that was the centerpiece of a covered patio. The deck consisted of all hardwood of varying widths (white oak). When we removed the hot tub, we were left with a 7x10 hole that needed to be filled with new boards. Needless to say, the deck job was not straightforward. To make a long story short, this jig was a complete lifesaver! The existing boards were placed with the Camo system and since the boards came in varying length I would have had to buy the two different sizes of the Camo tool. The Kreg system can be used for any board width. The angled slots made it easy to reach boards that were obstructed. I noticed that on the hard to reach existing boards, the Camo screws had to be inserted directly on the board faces since the Camo tool does not have the angled slots. If you've ever worked with real wood, you know that it splits if you do not pre-drill so the extra step of pre-drilling is just part of the job; besides who wouldn't have both a drill and impact driver so that changing bits would not factor in. For most of the job, I did the pre-drilling and my 10 year old son did the screw driving. My only complaint with the Kreg system is that there is too much plastic. Even though the plastic looks and feels durable, I think the connection between the handle and the main piece should be replaced with a harder material. Overall, I would highly recommend this tool to anyone wanting hidden screws on a deck. Thank you Kreg!!


By Cesar Aguilar

July 29, 2018

Robert Young

Building a front deck and wheelchair ramp the jig worked very well. The only problem that I had was using a drill driver the stop collar kept slipping. I solved this problem by adding a second stop collar.


By Robert Young

June 7, 2017

Works Great! I Couldn't Be More Pleased!

I built a deck on top of my house's old concrete porch using the Deck Jig. While yes, it's a bit more work than just nailing in the boards or screwing in the boards from above, the results speak for themselves. I have no concerns about nail pop-out and the screws themselves are virtually invisible unless someone makes a point of looking for them. Plus, the deck is rock steady. I used the Kreg Jig HD to screw the 4X4 posts into the front wall of the house and the joists into the face plates of the deck. This deck isn't coming apart!


By Larry Wall

December 2, 2015

Deck jig

Super satisfied with the tool. My only complaint is that the counter sink bit seems to get dull fast.


By Terry bytwork

May 27, 2015

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