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Duo-Fast DFCR175C Cordless Roofing Nailer, 1-1/4" to 1-3/4" #904600

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Stanley Bostitch MCN150-STRAPSHOT Metal Connector Nailer, 1-1/2 #MCN150

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Paslode Li-Ion CF325Li Cordless Framing Nailer 2"-3-1/4" #902600

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Porta-Nails 460A Concrete T-Nailer, 5/8" to 2-1/2 #460A

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Hitachi NV65AH Coil Siding Nailer, 1-1/2" to 2-1/2 #NV65AH

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MAX CN445R2 SuperRoofer Coil Roofing Nailer, 3/4 to 1-3/4 #CN445R2

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Senco Fusion F-15 15 Gauge Cordless Finish Nailer, 1-1/4" to 2-1/2 #5N0001N

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Paslode F350S PowerMaster Plus Framing Nailer, 2" to 3-1/2 #501000

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Nailers Articles & Resources
Tools And Projects That Are Worth The Investment

Tools And Projects That Are Worth The Investment

Are you getting ready to start a new home improvement project, know the category of tool you need, but can't decide whether it's worth spending extra to get a top of the line model? We usually talk about tool categories for a project, but what about the features of a tool that makes it unique to the competition? Today, we're going to focus on a few of our favorite tools to splurge on, paired with the projects they are built to tackle. Learn which tools and projects are worth the investment, on the Faster Fastener Blog.

What's The Difference Between Brad Nailers & Finish Nailers?

What's The Difference Between Brad Nailers & Finish Nailers?

Are in the middle of a home improvement project, but caught on which fastening tool you need to complete it? If you are doing simple upgrades around the house, you are most likely shopping for either a finish or brad nail gun - but which one is right for you? To the untrained eye, these tools would appear to be the same, but in reality, each has a very different purpose.

Repairing Nail Pops - There's No Joke About This Tricky Project

Repairing Nail Pops - There's No Joke About This Tricky Project

It might be April Fool's Day, but we aren't joking around with this tricky project, repairing a nail pop. Nail pops occur over time, when a nail begins to separate from the stud it is anchoring drywall to. As the nail begins to work itself out, it eventually applies enough pressure to the spackle or putty above it, to force the putty away from the drywall - eventually exposing the nail's head. Nail pops can be caused by a variety of reasons - from wood beams that swell with humidity to a settling foundation.

How To Install Hardwood Floors

How To Install Hardwood Floors

With the housing market slowly taking a positive turn, many consumers are beginning to once again buy and sell houses. At the same time, many house hunters are looking for homes they can rehab - giving them a chance to put their personal style into the home they will live in. A popular trend in rehab and renovation, and one of the first things many home-buyers will add to their home if it's not already there, installing hardwood floors can enhance your home's appearance - and even add value. Learn how to install hardwood floors on the Faster Fastener Blog, by Nail Gun Depot.

Specialty Fastening Tools You Need To Know About

Specialty Fastening Tools You Need To Know About

We talk a lot about the mainstream fastening tools that most of our customers can relate to their job site, but what about the specialty tools that go beyond a traditional finish nailer or flooring stapler? That's right, we're talking about the big-guns. These tools are not available at your big box stores. They are custom built - designed with the capability to function above and beyond the norm. Sometimes, it takes a little bit more to get the job done right. Now is your chance to discover some of these tools that can make your job easier - tools that you can't just find anywhere.

Troubleshooting Air Leaks on a Pneumatic Tool

Troubleshooting Air Leaks on a Pneumatic Tool

Have you ever tried firing a pneumatic nailer, only to hear the air leak when pulling the trigger? If so, you're not alone. Over time, wear and tear will take its toll on any tool, regardless of the brand. The best way to prevent an issue on the job is to practice preventative maintenance on your tools. Keeping them oiled and cleaned regularly will help to prevent wear. Also, storing them in a climate controlled, dry environment will be beneficial to keeping your tool up and running. But what about those unavoidable issues, such as the occasional air leak?

Practicing Nail Gun & Power Tool Safety

Practicing Nail Gun & Power Tool Safety

You have your nailer, stapler or screw gun; you have the proper accessories to tackle your project – but do you practice safety awareness when using your tools? Most job related accidents can be avoided, if you take the proper measures to ensure safety on the job site.

Nail Components (Pt 2)

Nail Components (Pt 2)

Welcome to the second part of our series on nail components. Last week, we talked about nail types, shank types and point types. If you missed part-one, you can check it out here. In the second half, we are going to look at finish types and the importance of angle.

Nail Gun Basics

Nail Gun Basics

Using a nail gun can be an intimidating experience if it is something that you have never done beforel. A nail gun or nailer saves you time and energy, speeding up that project that you are spending your hard earned weekend completing!

How to Choose a Nail Gun for Your Project

How to Choose a Nail Gun for Your Project

You’ve decided to use a nail gun on your next project, but what type of nailer do you need? Nail guns come in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the project you need it to complete. To learn what makes each type of nail gun unique, let’s look at some of the main ones homeowners use.

How to Remove Damaged Tiles

Need to know how to remove damaged tiles or how to fit floor tiles in odd corners? We’ve got you covered in today’s installment of our DIY home improvement tips.

More DIY Flooring Tips

Here are some more tips on how to solve some of your home's minor annoyances. Remember, if you're looking for a high quality nailer at a great price, Nail Gun Depot has everything you need, it's all just a click away.

Home Improvement Tips and Window Screens

Welcome once again to our series on home improvement tips. This week we are focusing on screens in your home. Many of these repairs can be made pretty easily with the right tools and a little bit of know-how.

Home Improvement Tips and Staple Guns

Are you looking for some tips and tricks for making this weekend’s projects around the house a little easier? Well then it’s time to find your pneumatic nailer or staple gun and check out our blog on some of the best tips we’ve rounded up this week.

Shingle Repair and Flooding Prevention

Home Maintanence Tips and Tricks For Roofs

Nail Gun Depot is where smart men and women go for all of their nail gun needs, it’s also where they go for tips and tricks on how to keep their home in tip top shape. Below are some of those tips, remember to always exercise caution when partaking in any of the activities mentioned in our tips and tricks sections.

How to protect yourself when using a nail gun

How to protect yourself when using a nail gun

The first and most important rule to adhere to when it comes to nail gun safety is to always read and understand the manual before operating the tool. This will give you an overview of each of the individual parts of the tool, as well as making you aware of any special circumstances that are called for when using the nail gun.

How a Nail Gun Works

How a Nail Gun Works

The most common type of nail gun is a pneumatic, or air powered nail gun. Compressed air is supplied via a separate air compressor, which is powered by either electricity or gasoline. The air from the compressor is pushed through a hose into a holding area in the nail gun; this is called an air reservoir. The typical pneumatic nail gun uses a piston with a long shaft attached to it called a driver. The driver is what makes contact with the head of the nail and forces it into the work surface. The piston is located in a cylinder inside the main body of the nail gun. The air in the reservoir is held in place by a valve, which is located above the piston.

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