These nailers use finish nails, which have small heads and look unobtrusive when you install them correctly. They're best suited for woodworking projects like cabinets or trim and molding projects. Some material can be too delicate for finish nailers, in which case consider one of our brad nailers, which fire the smallest types of nail.
Traditional nailers attach to air compressors and utilize high pressure to drive fasteners. These pneumatic finish nailers deliver high power, but need to stay connected to an air hose to work properly. For extra portability use a battery-powered nailer to reach where you can't go when you're tethered to a compressor. Cordless finish nailers are easier to position for more accurate nail placement.
For best results, get a model with adjustable depth to ensure that your nails drive flush. If your nails go flush the first time, you won't have to worry about filling in holes with putty or driving the nail down with a hammer. Many of our cordless finish nailer kits include a charger and one or more batteries for your convenience. If you have weight restrictions, get a lightweight, ergonomic palm nailer and work with far less strain and fatigue. If you work at an industrial workshop, look at models with the highest nail capacity to reduce the time you spend reloading so you can get jobs done efficiently.
Finish nailers vastly increase your production speed so you can complete your projects quickly. They're more convenient and easier to use than hand tools and reduce labor costs for professional operations. Give our finish nailers section a thorough look to find the tool that best matches your job requirements and start working with power.