Install your hardwood floor the way the pros do --with an air-driven floor nailer that drives 1 1/2 to 2 inch nails on hardwood floor installations using boards from 5/8 to 7/8 inches thick.
You're laying your new hardwood floor. Your surface is flush and flat. You've stacked the boards in the middle of the room so they can acclimate. Now comes the reward -- nailing down the hardwood. Do as the pros do -- rent a small compressor and a pneumatic floor nailer, and knock the work out! You still can tap boards into place with the rubber hammer, and hit the nailing tool. But it's a good feeling to let the power of compressed air do the hard work. Plus, strictly from a comfort perspective, the air nailer keeps your knees off the hardwood. A lot can be said for that! With a smart toe kick or two and a tap of the rubber hammerIt's easy to set the boardsand tap the nail tool from a standing position from f you've ever spent much time on your knees using a traditional manual floor nailing tool, you'll absolutely love how this ergonomically designed tool , allows you to precisely set and nail floor boards while standing. Capable of operating with 15 gauge nails from 1-1/2 to 2 inches in length, this tool is designed to install hardwood flooring from 5/8 to 7/8 boards.
|Weight :||11 pounds|
|Height:||17 3/4 inches|