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SENCO 23LXP 1/2″-2″ FinishPro Nailer 8L0001N

November 2, 2013

Tough Tool for Those Who Need Power   Gone are the days of needing to arrive to the party sporting a big clunky nailer with a cord that ran the length of the local football field. Remember during your Grandpa’s generation, when a man was measured by the severity of his carpel tunnel syndrome? Whereas, ...

ITW Ramset Red Head TrakFast Fastener Gun TF1200

May 2, 2013

Top Choice For Interior and Exterior Contractors Since its applauded introduction way back in 1991, the ITW Ramset Red Head TF1200 TrakFast Fastener Gun has been the tool of choice for both interior and exterior contractors, all around the United States. The reason for the high regard and popularity that the TrakFast 1200 Automatic Fastening System has received, revolves ...

DeWalt 18 Gauge 2″ Cordless Brad Nailer DC608K

March 25, 2013

Precision Placement Design and Consistent Nailing in Soft/Hard Joints The DeWalt 18 Gauge 2″ Cordless Brad Nailer DC608K has a unique engine design that allows the brad nailer to keep up with it’s user. With a sequential operating mode that allows for precision placement, it produces consistent nail penetration into both soft and hard joints. Additionally, It has a ...

DeWalt Heavy-Duty XRP 18V 15 Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Kit DC628K

March 24, 2013

An Engine Design That Allows Fast Work The DeWalt Heavy-Duty XRP 18V 15 Gauge Angled Finish Nailer Kit DC628K  has a unique engine design that allows the tool to work as fast as the end user, all while providing consistent nail penetration into both soft and hard joints. In addition and in order to provide an even ...

How to Build a Dog House: Part Two

July 10, 2012

 Continued: How to Build a Dog House In 10 Steps: Part Two. Step Three The roof and frame come next in your dog house project. Begin with the  struts, ridge board and rafters and cut them  from 2 x 4 boards. Once you have determined the pitch of your roof, cut the roof struts to correspond ...

Installing a New Picket Fence In Five Easy Steps: Part Two

June 27, 2012

Step Three Now the posts will begin setting and you can proceed to cut the 2 x 4′s into twelve 8-foot lengths. These horizontal fence rails will be the support for the pickets. Measure 12 inches from the base of the posts for the lower rail and 36 inches for the top rail with your ...