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Monday, April 21, 2008
Paslode Cordless nailers are very versatile and handy tools that can be used in many applications from the home to the construction site. Unless you are an expert tradesman, sometimes knowing exactly what tool fits the job can be a little tough. What drill works best with which material? What nailer should I use to frame a wall or to assemble my tongue and groove flooring? There is a nailer tailored for just about any project you're are looking to do.
Cordless nailers have several benefits and can be helpful on various projects. Builders and or contractors may also choose to use a cordless nailer for the convenience it affords. The luxury of having a tool that is fast and easy to use is always a great benefit. Relying on a motor rather than an air compressor makes the cordless nailer easier to maneuver and much more portable. Their versatility is one of their greatest attributes. Being able to go from one job to the next and fitting into tight, hard to reach spots is very useful, whether you are doing a do-it-yourself project or a commercial job. Though cordless nailers can be slightly more expensive than other types of nailers the benefits of their versatility and convenience make it a worthwhile investment.
Cordless nailers can be used to fit into places that might not be as easy to get a regular pneumatic nailer into. If you have ever tried to secure cabinets to open framework or nail ceiling joists, than you know the difficulties you can face when using a traditional nailer. Some jobs require you using your nailer at hard to reach or awkward angles; this is where a cordless nailer can be very useful. With cordless nailers, you do not have to worry about depending on a compressor or having to carry it around while moving through your project area. This can also be an additional safety feature as you don't have to worry about cords getting caught on you or your other tools; or worry about you or other people tripping over cords.
You can find a cordless nailer to do any job that you could do with a conventional nailer. One can find cordless models in framing nailers, brad nailers, and even finishing nailers. A good quality cordless framing nailer can still hold the same or near capacity as the pneumatic nailer, and can be used for basic framing work or for tasks such as working on your deck or ordinary home repairs. While the pneumatic nailer is slighty faster than its cordless counterpart the convenience of not having to deal with a cord or compressor should make up for that time. One can only imagine how long normal framing or other household tasks took when using only a hammer and regular nails.
by: B&C Fasteners
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