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  • Getting Ready For The Holidays

    The holiday season is now in full-swing, so what are you doing to make merry this year? Depending on where you live, it's probably too cold to work outdoors (unless absolutely necessary) - which means it's the perfect time to get projects done around the house, in preparation for visiting friends and family. You might not have time to renovate the entire bathroom or put in a new kitchen, but consider these simple weekend projects that can spruce up your home - and even add value.

    Add a chair rail in the dining room:

    The dining room is one of the busiest rooms in many households during the holidays. Between family dinners and holiday parties, it's certain to see a lot of traffic from your guests.

    Installing a chair rail can serve more than one purpose in your home - it not only adds detail to the room, it also helps to protect your walls from scrapes and scratches. Using a Finish Nail Gun, such as the Paslode IM250A-Li, can help you complete this project with ease. Depending on the size of your dining room, installation can be completed in a relatively short amount of time, leaving your room with an added detail that improves its form and function.

    Tip: Make sure the rail is level before attaching. This is a simple step that is often overlooked, but can save time and money in the long run. If your home has crown molding, try to match the color and style of the rail for continuity.

    Redecorate with reupholstered furniture:

    Whether you're sick of that beat up coffee table, or just need more pizazz in your home, creating an upholstered ottoman, from a salvaged pallet, is an easy weekend project. It's a little bit carpentry and a little bit upholstery. The biggest benefit in creating your own upholstered coffee table (or dog lounger) is that it's custom - you choose the fabric and the details. Inspiration can come from a photo. It can be as simple as that.

    For step by step instruction, Shelly Leer of ModHomeEc (soon to be Home Room) breaks it down from start to finish in her guest post: "How To Build & Upholster Your Own Salvage Pallet Ottoman". Be sure to pay careful attention to the way she uses her BeA 71/16-436LN long nose upholstery stapler.

    Build a new mantel for the fireplace:

    This might be a bit harder for the average DIYer, but can add tons of character to your home if completed properly. If you don't have a fireplace, you can improvise by building shelving to display decorations and other knickknacks.

    Design the mantel to fit your style and character - there are a lot of sites online that can fuel your inspiration. Once you have selected the perfect design for your home, plan to invest at least five to ten hours (or more) into this project.

    A Finish Nailer, such as the Bostitch N62FNK-2 will most likely be your tool of choice when assembling the big parts - although you might also consider a Pin Nailer, such as the Grex P650L 23ga. Pinner, if attaching smaller, more intricate details - such as trim.

    Tip: Some people prefer to paint their mantel rather than stain it; keep this in mind as you visualize what the finished project will look like. Depending on the design you choose, you might have to paint or stain the materials prior to assembling.

    Good Luck & Happy Holidays,
    The Team at Nail Gun Depot

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  • What's New In Innovation?

    As part of our ongoing mission to supply the construction trades with the latest and greatest innovation in tools, we like to update our loyal customers with important trends and product information. As part of our evergreen, growing inventory of tools and accessories, we are proud to offer the following new products:

    • Meet the Dewalt DCN690B (replaced by Dewalt DCN692B) and the DCN690M1 (replaced by Dewalt DCN692M1), 100 percent battery operated cordless framing nailers - the first of their kind. Revolutionary to the nail gun industry, these tools operate on battery power only. The DCN690M1 uses a powerful Lithium Ion battery to maximize output and increase productivity with its versatile design. As with all of the tools offered on NailGunDepot.com, we offer these nailers at a price significantly below many of our competitors. Check out the specs on these nail guns by clicking the above links.
    • Are you familiar with the Spotnails Crossfire Cap Stapler? If so, then you will love the revised and updated version of this tool, now offered as the Stinger CS150. The CS150, much like the previous Crossfire model, can handle 7/8” and 1-1/4” staples, but can now work with up to 1-1/2” staples. It features the same lightweight and durable Crossfire technology, but revised and improved for better service on the job site. The CS150 is perfect for house wrap, roofing felt and foam board. Get yours today at NailGunDepot.com.
    • Have you heard? Senco is now offering a five-year limited warranty on ALL of their Xtreme Pro products. Xtreme Pro models can be found by the “XP” notation at the end of the model name. Senco, known for offering well-built, professional grade tools, stands behind their reputable name by offering this industry-leading warranty on XP models. Keep this in mind when looking for your next nailer or stapler, especially if you are looking for long-term value in your tool.

    Have a product or idea that you would like to see on Nail Gun Depot or this blog, contact us at sales@nailgundepot.com and let us know your thoughts! Check back regularly, as we will update every Tuesday with tips, tools, project ideas and more!

    The Team At Nail Gun Depot
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  • Fasco's Pneumatic Fence Stapler

    Nail Gun Depot will now offer Fasco's pneumatic fence stapler, the F46 40-315. This tool saves time by eliminating the need to hammer staples by hand. Durable and powerful, like all Fasco products, it is also balanced and lightweight in design. It also includes a one-year manufacturer’s warranty and a non-slip rubber hand grip - for peace of mind during use. The F46 40-315 is excellent for livestock batten fencing, snow control fencing, light mesh and woven fencing, electrified single wire fencing, coaxial and fiber optic wire installation, and more.
     
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  • How To Load A Pneumatic Stapler

    Learn how to load your air stapler properly. Loading a pneumatic stapler varies slightly from tool to tool, but the following instructions demonstrate how to load most common models. Learn more on Nail Gun Depot.

    First, you must ensure you have the proper staple - this will determine whether or not the tool can even be used. After identifying the correct staples, you are ready to load them.

    Most staple guns are either top or bottom loading. Medium and heavy wire pneumatic staplers generally load from the top, while most fine wire staplers are bottom load. Before loading, be sure to disconnect the air supply and keep the stapler pointed away from you.
    A top loading stapler is fairly straight forward. Pull the magazine follower back until it locks into position. After the follower is locked into position, place the strip of staples over the magazine rail. The staples should move freely back and forth on the rail. The last step is to unlock the follower and release it so that it pushes the staples into the nose of the staple gun for firing.
    Bottom load staplers operate differently. First, locate the magazine release, generally found at the rear of magazine. Depress its release and slide the magazine rail away from the nose. Turn the stapler upside down and insert the staples into the channel toward the nose of the stapler. After the staples have been loaded, slide the magazine rail back toward the nose until it locks into place.
     
    Now you are ready to connect your air supply and test fire.
     

    The Team At Nail Gun Depot

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