Hardwood Flooring Nailers

If you are looking to install a hardwood floor then a hardwood flooring nailer could be the tool you need to get the job done quickly.

Hardwood flooring nailers are used by professional builders and DIY enthusiasts to drive nails in wood easily.The advantage of using a nail gun instead of a hammer is that less manual force is needed which reduces the risks of injury. Further to this nail guns can hold over 50 nails at once so you will not need to store or carry them.

There are many different types of hardwood flooring nailers for sale listed below:

Stanley Bostitch FLN-200 Hardwood Flooring Cleat, 2"

Stanley Bostitch FLN-200 Hardwood Flooring Cleat,  2"

Price: $32.73 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 8h 25m
Bostitch Hardwood Floor Nailer

Bostitch Hardwood Floor Nailer

Price: $199.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 20h 14m
Senco SHF50 Pneumatic Hardwood Flooring Nailer NIB

Senco SHF50 Pneumatic Hardwood Flooring Nailer  NIB

Price: $651.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 1d 48m

Hardwood Flooring Air Nailers: Tips on Finding the Right Power Tool

Hardwood flooring air nailers are the best tools to professionally install floors for those do-it-yourself jobs with ample power to drive in nails. But why switch to a serious investment when you can just complete a flooring job with traditional hammer? Hardwood flooring air nailers are designed to position the nails by the first blow so you could cleanly drive in nails with additional strikes. Another upside of using this type of nailer is that it has a rugged base to eliminate damage to virtually any wood type, whether you prefer to install pre-finished or unfinished wood.

Read on to know more about hardwood flooring air nailers and know why it is the best tool both for novice and the pros.

Features and Advantages of Hardwood Flooring Air Nailers

Cleat nails compatible. Most, if not all, hardwood flooring air nailers use cleat nails to fasten flooring. Unlike other type of staples, cleat nails are perfect for contraction and even expansion of the flooring materials. So if you are planning to have more kids in the future (and, therefore, need more rooms), fixing the flooring materials with cleat nails allows home owners to easily add and adjust materials. Using cleat nails minimize wood splits and, of course, the need to re-do the whole project.

Rachet drive system, to cleanly and accurately drive cleat nails. This drive system is perfect for adjusting in the angles so you could drive in the nails by allowing multiple blows, as compared to driving nails with just one shot. Adjust your aim and shoot more nails accurately.

Mallet-triggered. This feature also allows simultaneous cleat firing so you could easily set floor boards so you could drive in nails at the perfect 45 degree angle.

Buying Guide for Hardwood Flooring Air Nailers

If you’re new to hardwood flooring air nailers, it is important that you consider these factors when choosing which brand you need to purchase:

Convenience. Though you would not be lifting this nailer that much, as compared to other types of nailers, convenience is one of the most important factors that you need to consider when you are purchasing a hardwood nailer. Handling this type of nailer requires a lot of bending and adjusting to drive a cleat nail accurately, so it would be advisable to choose a brand that is designed to accommodate extension handles so you don’t have to hurt your back, shoulder, and even arms.

How to get the perfect nailer…

It is important that you check in your department store before bargaining on some hardwood flooring air nailers online. Check in a number of brands in the department; hold them with your hand and check its height. If you feel awkward and uncomfortable in using a particular nailer, chances are you will be when you start working on it.

Durability. You would be firing in cleat nails with hardwood flooring air nailers with mallet a lot, so it is important that you check the power tool’s durability. It would be better for you (and, of course, your money) if you stick with a trusted brand.