Pneumatic Specialty Nailers

Pneumatic specialty nailers save you time by using air power to drive nails into your workpiece. These tools can make quick work of your trickier projects.
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Coil siding nailers are your best bet for exterior siding projects. They feature non-marring tips that keep the siding damage-free. These tools drive the nails flush to the siding. Besides making your siding look better, flush nails help to prevent holes in your siding that let in moisture and possibly damage your home. Coil siding nailers use coils like those you find in pneumatic roofing nailers instead of clips to hold nails, which lets you install more nails before you need to reload.

Hanging joists with a hammer is a tricky proposition. You have little room to swing, which vastly reduces your power. Use joist-hanger nailers to reach between joists and make each drive in under a second. These tools resemble framing nailers, but are angled for more ergonomic performance when you're nailing upward. Use a concrete pinner to drive into hard concrete or cement. Concrete pinners are safer, quieter and more efficient than using powder actuated tools.

Cap nailers let you install roofing paper, house wrap or similar materials. They're easy on your material, and cap nails are longer than staplers for a stronger hold. Use them to keep your project dry and free from mold during rainy weather. They have wide heads to keep from damaging the paper and giving you complete coverage.

Pneumatic specialty nailers are more accurate and safe than using a hammer. They ensure consistent results for a professional finished look, and prevent damage during the construction process and rot from developing later. Check out our pneumatic specialty nailer models and see which is ideal to use on your next project.
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