Can someone suggests me a set of drill bits to work in concrete?
I found so many sets online but I am not sure if they really work in concrete or not. Most of them are for wood only.
Can you please help to provide me a link for the right product?
- yLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Masonry bits will be clearly labeled. Drill may also depend on the bits you need.
Mine probably won't fit your drill
- Jim WLv 74 weeks ago
Depending on the size of the hole either masonry bits used with a hammer drill or roto-hammer bits with the correct chuck for the tool SDS is one style. Once again the big box stores have complete kits.
- Aussie DevilLv 51 month ago
They need to be masonry bits. These drills have
- Anonymous1 month ago
Carbide tipped masonry drill bits plus a hammer drill does wonders. I got a 1/2" 120 Volt corded hammer drill (no faith in battery drills and a contractor extension cord of 100 feet. I am good to go in my own house in the concrete floors to put in lead inserts for wood screw that held the wall in place. Finished concrete floors are the hardest to drill into. Rebar and rocks are also not penetrable by masonry bits. Just drill another hole...and maybe this time you won't hit a "stop".
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- ron hLv 71 month ago
Unless you're going into the drilling business and will need a bunch of these. Lowes, Home Depot, Ace and Tru-Value will get you to work TODAY. For a couple of these, the cost difference, will be minimal.
- zipperLv 61 month ago
You want Masonry bits, they are out there, standard bits will not work!
- PoppyLv 71 month ago
Buy masonry drill bits for your project.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 71 month ago
every home improvement store and hardware store that I know of carries these in stock all the time. the salesman will help you. Note: they work best with a hammer drill
- champerLv 71 month ago
Yes, what you want are "masonry bits". They're made for the job. You should find them in any DIY place or tool store.
- Mr. SmartypantsLv 71 month ago
Regular drill bits won't work very well. What you want are 'masonry bits'. Look for 'masonry drill bits' on Amazon or EBay. Or at your local Lowe's or Home Depot. You can buy individual bits or a set.