About Framing Nail Guns
There are many ways to hammer your way out of or into a problem, but when it comes to the strength of the walls that keep you and your family sheltered from the cold and disaster, there is a preferred way to hammer those walls together by using a framing nailer. Any do-it-yourself builder attests to the fact that taking a hammer to a house frame, especially a house frame of a couple thousand square feet or greater, is like waiting for grass to grow. Whether you live in a region partial to coil framing nailers or you don&rsquo;t want something as unwieldy and prefer a stick nailer, which is lighter and stores nails linearly instead of a coiled fashion, the effectiveness and speed of using a framing nailer that punches thousands of 3-1/2-inch nails are undeniable. Testing your vulnerability to arthritis and the cost of wasting countless nails from fatigue are good reasons, besides the speed of nailing, to go with a pneumatic (shooting nails via an attached air compressor) or cordless framing nailer (shooting nails via flammable gas ignition). Reliable eBay sellers offer a long line of brands and types. Highly rated names such as Bostitch, Hitachi, Dewalt, and Paslode, noted for qualities ranging from maneuverability, to durability, and even to the economy of the type of nail they require, give the homebuilder a variety of choices. No matter the choice you make, all of these nailers ensure a sturdy house and unfatigued arms or hands.
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