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Nails, Staples & Fasteners
Tackle various lightweight to heavy-duty projects at home and in the workplace with nails, staples and fasteners. Keep a well-stocked supply from valued brands such as Crisp-Air, Rapid and ReStor-It to make any job quick and manageable. Stay prepared for any task with a versatile collection of building materials, from finishing nails to fine wire staples. Finishing nails offer multipurpose use in everything from trim work to baseboard repair, while casing nails provide the added strength necessary for attaching mouldings.
Durable and Long-Lasting Choose nails, staples and fasteners made with high-quality galvanized stainless steel for tough corrosion resistance and the ability to withstand considerable physical resistance without rupturing. Fully threaded eye bolts offer strength to manage heavy-duty tasks, while wire eye lags are suitable for light duty applications. Sharp-edged staples encourage strong penetration for even the most rugged jobs that necessitate endurance.
Versatile Handle any job with confidence using the unique shank and leg lengths, gauges and other materials featured in this selection of nails, staples and fasteners. Use brad nails with a brad nailer for smaller, less dense home renovation projects, including basic trim work. The lightweight design demands less user fatigue, making it perfect for high-volume production application. Once driven into wood, brad nails practically disappear, requiring little to no carpenter's putty to conceal them. For larger, heavier-duty projects, such as baseboards or extensive crown molding, opt for finishing nails designed to handle more pressure.
Convenience Whether tackling cabinetry, millwork, windows or roofing, coil nails from this selection of nails, staples and fasteners offer an unsurpassed convenience, allowing users to rapidly fire lots of nails in succession without reloading. Fine wire staples work well for a variety of home and professional applications, from securing roofing to repairing a gap in upholstery. MoreLess