Pneumatic Flooring Tools
Pneumatic flooring nailers make fast work of most heavy-duty flooring installs. Most are similar to framing nailers, but they also feature a long handle that lets you nail into the floor without kneeling or crawling, saving your back and your knees from a great deal of strain and making the job go by quickly.
Hardwood flooring nailers are about the same size as finish nailers, and like those models, they drive small fasteners, usually 18-gauge, to avoid splitting hardwood. These tools have the power to ensure a tight fit with delicate precision. One essential feature in a hardwood flooring nailer is a depth adjustment tool. This lets you make sure your nails drive flush with the floor so you don't have to go over them with putty or hammer them down and risk striking the beautiful floor. Make sure to test the depth adjustment on a scrap piece or one that isn't going to be visible in your final project.
If you want to work very quickly, grab a pneumatic flooring nailer with a bump- or contact-fire mode and get your job done in a fraction of the normal time. In bump-fire mode be extra careful to check that your work area is clear and that you're nailing only where you need. Pneumatic flooring nailers with ergonomic grips let you work for long periods without fatigue in your hands. Get the lightest-weight model with the penetration power you need to vastly reduce your overall workload.
Pneumatic flooring nailers increase your productivity and save you hours of labor. Our pneumatic nailers consistent performance delivers professional-looking results on virtually every project. Take the time to research the features and performance levels of our various flooring nailers for sale to determine which one you need for your next installation job.