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Nail Guns


Like most power tools, when it comes to nail guns there are a lot of choices. When you have lots of choices it’s important to really think about which nailer is best for you. 

Like any other tool, which type of nail gun you select will depend largely on how and where you are going to use the tool most often. If you’re a trim carpenter doing punch out work it is probably easier to use a cordless nail gun, no hauling a compressor upstairs to replace the casing on 1 door. But, if you are framing a house a traditional air powered nailer will outwork a cordless tool from sunup to sundown. 

Cordless or corded is just the first option. Do you need framing nailers or a finish nailer? This depends, of course, on the kind of work you are doing. Maybe what you want and need most is a state-of-the-art Li-Ion battery powered cordless finish nailer kit. With kits you not only get the power tool but also the battery and battery charger. 

Whether you doing framing or finish work your nail gun is going to need nails; smooth shank, ring shank, galvanized, stainless, full round or clipped head framing nails and on and on. The last thing you want to worry about is having to hunt for the right nail or staple to fit your nail gun. No worries, we’ve got what you need, no matter the type or size.

What about staple guns? We’ve got them, too. Wide crown, standard crown, narrow crown and specialty staplers as well. Porter Cable, Senco industrial grade staple guns, as well as Hitachi, Stanley-Bostich, Paslode, and Spot-Nail with every size and style of staple needed for any job. When your job requires a stapler, look no further.

Got a question or need some help finding what works best for your project? We’ve got experienced and trained staff that can help. Just use the questions box on the right and Bill the tool guy will get back to. Or, you can just give us a call toll-free at 866-439-8054.



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