Senco Fusion F-15 15 Gauge Cordless Finish Nailer, 1-1/4" to 2-1/2
MAX CN445R2 SuperRoofer Coil Roofing Nailer, 3/4 to 1-3/4
Spotnails JS7116 22 Gauge Upholstery Stapler, 5/32" - 9/16
Stanley Bostitch Roofing Nailer & Cap Stapler Kit
Now, choose a slightly more complicated project. Purchase the additional tools needed for this project. Repeat this process and before long you will have
most of the equipment available to complete any project.
The best for you depends on the complexity and requirements of the projects you will be building. Before purchasing anything, ask yourself the following
question “will this tool grow with my needs?”
Have you wondered exactly what a hardwood floor nailer is and why it is needed for flooring jobs specifically? A hardwood floor nailer is also known as a nail gun, it is powered by an air-compressor similar to other nail guns so that it can be utilized to nail hardwood flooring in place. This is
the best tool available to perform this task and most would argue it is the only tool that can perform this job adequately. It is handier than manual hammering of the nails and is a great tool which can make any project to move
In addition to your understanding of what a nail gun is and how to use it, you will also require an air-compressor to sprint the nail gun into the hardwood
floor. As hardwood floors cannot be laid daily, you will have to let the floor nailer and the air-compressor to begin your work. Many hardware stores have
nail guns and various extra tools on hand for the community to borrow. To keep the cost down you can borrow the tool by the day only, or to cut costs even
more, you can purchase your own pneumatic nailer from Nail Gun Depot.
If you are unsure of how to use a nail gun, check out our various other how-to articles on this site. Make sure that you are fully prepared and
knowledgeable on how to use a nail gun prior to using it on your project.
Now you have an awareness of the hardwood floor nailer and the air-compressor for nailing. By the press of the trigger the compressed air drives a hammer
down, which triggers the nail to shoot within the hardwood floor. When the trigger is pulled a slight movement can be felt, which is due to the nail
surfacing out of the gun and setting off into the hardwood floor.
A big benefit of employing the floor nailer is that it will not harm the floor rather it only results in a hole from where the nail set out of it. The nail
gun was specifically designed to force the nail in an exact place with a particular angle without creating any damage to the hardwood boards.
If you have any questions about purchasing a hardwood floor nailer, be sure to call or email us today.
Nail Gun Depot is proud to announce that we will now be carrying Powernail’s new Model 2000, the industry's first trigger-pull 20 gage cleat nailer!
The Powernail 2000 has a fully adjustable Flex Foot that can install products from 5/16” to 9/16” and every measure of thicknesses in between. No matter what the composition of an element may be, the Model 2000 will install engineered products and solids alike. The Powernail Model 2000 will pierce even stand-woven bamboo due to the unique design of the drive blade and the strength of the 20 gage PowerCleats.
What makes the Powernail’s Model 2000 even more exceptional is its ability to install most of today’s click lock systems. Powernail is the first manufacturer to make a nailer that will adapt to the variety of click lock profiles with a fastener strong enough to penetrate even the densest of MDF cores without folding, bending, or curling.
The Model 2000 uses 1” and 1-¼” 20 gage L-Cleats available in 5-packs of 1000 count boxes. The 1M packages are designed for both display on shelves or they can be hung on hooks.
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