Professional quality staplers help secure a variety of materials on the job site. They use high-quality staples to attach thin materials to sturdy supports and boast simple designs that require little training. Heavy duty staplers withstand professional construction and repair jobs.
Fastening tools always come in handy on the job site. Staplers provide ongoing support, securing two materials together with a single action. Clamps provide temporary security. They often come in handy when a craftsman wants to hold something in place while he focuses attention elsewhere. In these cases, clamp pads provide additional security to the material. They prevent marring even when used for extended periods of time.
Hand tools always provide value on the job site and staplers work well in conjunction with the rest of the set. Start by cleaning and adjusting the surface you need to attach. Many professionals hold these materials in place with clamps before adding the permanent security that comes with rivet tools or staplers. Bolts, staples and other fasteners provide enormous security when used for basic connections, and they appear everywhere in the construction and carpentry professions.
Once you place the materials where they need to go you may use a hammer stapler, also known as a hammer tacker, to drive a staple right away. These tools work like hammers, and they require the same swinging motion to provide the force they need to insert the staple. Other hand staplers require that you squeeze the handle before driving the staple out. Hammer staplers usually need more room than hand staplers, as the tool requires swinging space to function.
Whichever style you choose, these fasteners offer enormous value to professionals at every job site. Choose the best staplers for your crew based on the materials they need to secure and the style that most comfortably fits the project.